The Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs through the Ajira Digital Program is supporting the Judiciary to digitize its operations by ensuring all case files are available on the new Case Tracking System (CTS) in order to complement the e-filling system recently launched by the Judiciary.
The project is implemented by Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) with funding from the Mastercard Foundation under the Young Africa Works (YAW) – Kenya initiative.
To this end, KEPSA has engaged Stepwise to recruit on behalf of the Ajira Digital Program qualified youth residing in Kisumu, Nairobi and Mombasa for data entry and scanning jobs.
These jobs will be done onsite and hence recruited persons will be required to be residents in these towns as no relocation and/or transport facilitation would be provided.
Recruiting Data Entry Clerks and Scanning Experts
The minimum requirements
- KCSE certificate with a minimum grade of C-.
- A certificate in computer studies.
- Practical experience in computer use.
- Analytical and attention to details.
How to Apply
Apply by filling the form below or sending your Cover Letter, CV and portfolio to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also register here and film the application form below