Curriculum Development Officer Jobs, Other Professions, KICD Jobs


The Curriculum Development Officer, Fashion and Interior Design will report to the Senior Deputy Director Curriculum Development:


Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail the following:

  • Development of instruments for data collection and mapping out research areas;
  • Undertaking data collection and analysis;
  • Preparation of education needs assessment reports;
  • Analysis of National Examinations;
  • Conducting activities of subject and course panel;
  • Development of relevant and quality curriculum and curriculum support materials;
  • Development of teacher training materials and orientation of teachers in Fashion and Interior Design and
  • Development and review of documents for evaluation and vetting of curriculum support materials


For appointment to this grade an applicant must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Education Fashion and Interior Design or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
  • Relevant working experience of at least Five (5) years;
  • Demonstrated professional competence in curriculum development in Fashion and Interior Design or related areas;
  • Proficient in computer use and application;
  • Initiative, be a team player and highly motivated;
  • Fulfill the requirement of chapter six of the constitution.

How to Apply

Interested applicants should forward 6 copies of their application letters, academic and professional certificates, testimonials, up-to-date curriculum vitae and ID card to the address below to be received not later than 20th December, 2019. All applicants should give full details of their address including mobile telephone numbers as well as names and addresses of two referees. Details of these positions can be obtained from KICD Website:

The Director/Chief Executive,

Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, P.O. Box 30231-00100


NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and any canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. We encourage people with disability and the marginalized to apply.