REREC Announces Permanent Job Vacancies; How To Apply
There are now 7 permanent and pensionable (PnP) employment openings, according to the Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Corporation (REREC).
The state corporation announced its need for highly qualified, results-driven candidates to fill these openings in an official release on Tuesday, July 4.
REREC emphasised the need of applicants having their own drive and commitment to the organization’s objective.
The ideal applicants will work with the teams within their departments to promote innovation and exhibit a strong work ethic and honesty.
The following roles are among those being advertised: Principal accountant, Principal Finance Officer, Senior accountant, Senior Engineer, Surveyor, Technician Design, and Accounts Assistant.
Interested individuals are asked to submit a one-page standard application letter along with a thorough CV, copies of their academic transcripts, a copy of their ID or passport, and any other pertinent supporting documentation.
Candidates must also complete the Bio Data form found on the REREC website and email the Excel file to the Chief Executive Officer at [email protected]. It’s vital to note that scanned and PDF versions of bio data forms won’t be accepted.
Unemployed Kenyans waiting in line for a job interview All applications should be forwarded to the address below:
Chief Executive Officer,
Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Corporation,
Kawi House, Block C/South C-Bellevue,
P.O Box 34585-00100,
Additionally, it was noted in the advertisement that paper copies of applications, as well as an updated curriculum vitae and certified copies of academic transcripts, should be sent in on or before the deadline.
REREC urged people of diverse backgrounds, including physically challenged people, children, members of minority groups, and women, to apply.
Only candidates who make the short list will be contacted and asked for a variety of clearance documents, including proof of tax compliance from the Kenya Revenue Corporation (KRA), clearance from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), clearance from the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB), a current certificate of good conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), and a report from a recognised Credit Reference Bureau (CRB).
By Monday, July 24, 2023, all applications must be received.