Kenyans now have a chance to secure permanent and pensionable jobs after the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC) announced 36 vacancies.
In a notice dated Tuesday, October 4, the state office, headed by Immaculate Kassait, advertised for jobs ranging from managerial to office assistants and accountants.
Successful candidates will pocket a monthly salary starting from Ksh23,000 to Ksh248,000 depending on the job scale and will also enjoy house, commuter and leave allowances.
The employees will also receive 30 working days annual leave per financial year and will get medical covers as well as other benefits.
For instance, those seeking to serve as assistant data commissioner in the registration or inspection and compliance wings will earn between Ksh 183,570 and Ksh 248,014 with a house allowance of Ksh50,000 as well as Ksh16,000 commuter allowance.
The principal accountant will be eligible to a pay of between Ksh 128,684 and Ksh 197,676 while regular accountants will pocket between Ksh 62,339 and Ksh 78,725.
Employees in the lowest-ranked position of office assistant will receive between Ksh 23,483 and Ksh 30,529.
Other listed positions are principal data protection officers in the regional offices that attracted 8 positions, senior data protection officers in the regional offices that has five slots as well as assistant office administrators that has five vacancies.
The application window closes on Wednesday, October 26.
How to Apply
Interested candidates are advised to create accounts on the ODPC website’s recruitment portal at recruitment(dot)odpc(dot)go(dot)ke/
While at the portal, they must populate details about their educational qualifications, professional qualifications, work history and experience as well as their membership to professional bodies.
“Please note that manual or any other form of applications shall not be accepted.
“Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted and shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates and transcripts during interviews,” read the statement in part.