48 Vacancies for Labour Inspectors in Kenya (32K)

Public Service Commission

Our Vision: A citizen-centric public

Our Mission: To reform and transform the
public service for efficient and effective service delivery.

Vacant Positions in the Public Service

Ministry of Labour and Social Protection

Applications are invited from
qualified persons for the positions shown below.

Labour Inspectors III

Forty Eight (48) Posts

V/NO. 63/2020

Salary Scale: Ksh.24,580 – Ksh.32,760 p.m.

(CSG ‘12’)

Terms of service: Three (3) years Contract
(Renewable subject to satisfactory performance)

For appointment to this grade, an
officer must have a Diploma in any of the following disciplines:- Human
Resource Management/Planning/Development, Law Business Administration,
Psychology Labour Relations, Industrial Relations or any other equivalent
qualifications from a recognized institution.

Duties and responsibilities

An officer at this level will be on
the job training and will work under the guidance of a more experienced
officer. Specific duties and responsibilities include:

(i) visiting places of employment for
inspection of wages and terms and conditions of employment to ensure compliance
with labour laws and regulations; and

(ii) Collecting labour market

Application Procedure

Interested and qualified persons are
requested to make their applications ONLINE through the Commission website
www.publicservice.go.ke or jobs portal www.psckjobs.go.ke

Please Note:

(i) Candidates should NOT attach any
documents to the application form. ALL the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form. It is an offence to include
incorrect information in the application. Details of academic and professional
certificates not obtained by closure of the advert should not be included.

(ii) Only shortlisted and successful
candidates will be contacted.

(iii) Canvassing in any form will
lead to automatic disqualification.

(iv) The Public Service Commission is
committed to implementing the provisions of the Constitution – Chapter 232 (1)
on fair competition and merit, representation of Kenyans diverse communities
and affording equal employment opportunities to men and women, members of all
ethnic groups and persons with disabilities. THEREFORE, PEOPLE WITH

(v) Shortlisted candidates shall be
required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates and transcripts during interviews.

(vi) It is a criminal offence to
present fake certificates/documents.

(vii) Serving officers shall be
required to produce the original letter of appointment to their current substantive
post during the interview.

Applications should reach the
Commission on or before 11th May, 2020 latest 5.00 pm (East African Time).
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