160 Vacancies Open In Trans Nzoia County Government

The Trans Nzoia County Public Service Board is pleased to announce the recruitment of competent and qualified individuals to fill various vacant positions in the county public service.

This is an excellent opportunity for professionals seeking to contribute to the development and welfare of Trans Nzoia County. We have a total of 160 vacancies across a diverse range of roles.

If you are dedicated, skilled, and looking to make a difference, we invite you to apply.

Vacancies: 160

Available Positions

  1. Assistant ECDE Teacher I
  2. Assistant ECDE Teacher II
  3. Assistant ECDE Teacher III
  4. Clinical Officer
  5. Nursing Officer
  6. Registered Nurse
  7. Pharmaceutical Technologist
  8. Registered Clinical Officer
  9. Enrolled Nurse
  10. Laboratory Technologist
  11. Assistant Occupational Therapist
  12. Assistant Physiotherapist
  13. Assistant Public Health Officer
  14. Medical Social Worker
  15. Office Administrative Assistant
  16. Economist/Statistician
  17. County Solicitor/Deputy Chief Legal Officer
  18. Municipal Manager
  19. County Director of Health Services and Sanitation

Job Overview

At Trans Nzoia County, we are committed to delivering quality public services that meet the needs of our community. We seek individuals who are passionate about public service and can bring innovation, dedication, and expertise to their roles. Each position offers the chance to work in a dynamic environment, contributing to the county’s growth and development.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

1. Assistant ECDE Teacher I, II, III

  • Provide early childhood education, fostering the cognitive, social, and emotional development of young children.
  • Develop and implement age-appropriate curricula and activities.
  • Maintain a safe and engaging learning environment.

2. Clinical Officer

  • Provide clinical care and management to patients.
  • Diagnose and treat medical conditions.
  • Assist in public health initiatives and health education.

3. Nursing Officer

  • Offer comprehensive nursing care to patients.
  • Administer medications and treatments as prescribed.
  • Educate patients and families on health management.

4. Registered Nurse

  • Deliver professional nursing services in various healthcare settings.
  • Monitor patient health and maintain medical records.
  • Coordinate with healthcare teams for optimal patient care.

5. Pharmaceutical Technologist

  • Dispense medications and provide pharmaceutical care.
  • Counsel patients on medication use and adherence.
  • Manage pharmaceutical inventory and supplies.

6. Registered Clinical Officer

  • Diagnose and treat patients in outpatient and inpatient settings.
  • Perform minor surgical procedures.
  • Participate in community health programs.

7. Enrolled Nurse

  • Support nursing staff in patient care.
  • Monitor patient vital signs and report changes.
  • Assist in routine clinical procedures.

8. Laboratory Technologist

  • Conduct laboratory tests and procedures.
  • Analyze samples and report findings.
  • Ensure proper maintenance of laboratory equipment.

9. Assistant Occupational Therapist

  • Assist in therapeutic activities for patients with physical, mental, or developmental conditions.
  • Support the rehabilitation process to enhance patient independence.

10. Assistant Physiotherapist – Assist in the provision of physical therapy services. – Help patients with exercises and mobility training. – Support rehabilitation plans for improved physical function.

11. Assistant Public Health Officer – Implement public health programs and initiatives. – Conduct health education and promotion activities. – Monitor and control public health risks.

12. Medical Social Worker – Provide psychosocial support to patients and families. – Connect patients with community resources and services. – Assist in case management and patient advocacy.

13. Office Administrative Assistant – Manage office administrative tasks and support office operations. – Handle correspondence, scheduling, and record-keeping. – Assist in organizing meetings and events.

14. Economist/Statistician – Analyze economic data and trends. – Prepare reports and forecasts for policy planning. – Provide statistical support for county projects and initiatives.

15. County Solicitor/Deputy Chief Legal Officer – Offer legal advice and services to the county government. – Represent the county in legal matters. – Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory frameworks.

16. Municipal Manager – Oversee municipal operations and services. – Implement municipal policies and programs. – Manage municipal resources and staff.

17. County Director of Health Services and Sanitation – Lead the county’s health services and sanitation programs. – Develop and implement health policies and strategies. – Coordinate with health stakeholders and partners.

Application Process

If you are enthusiastic about public service and meet the requirements, we encourage you to apply for these exciting opportunities. To apply, please submit your application online through the provided link. Ensure that your application includes a detailed resume and a cover letter highlighting your experience and passion for the role you are applying for.

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Deadline for Applications: 21st June 2024

Trans Nzoia County is committed to diversity and inclusion and encourages all qualified individuals to apply. Join us in our mission to provide exceptional public services and improve the lives of our community members.

For any inquiries or further information, please contact our recruitment team at [contact information].

Trans Nzoia County Government – Serving the Community with Excellence

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