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Research Assistant Job in Kenya



DAILY POST: Research Assistant Job in Kenya

Kenya School of Government (KSG) is a State Corporation established under the
Kenya School of Government Act (No. 9 of 2012).
mandate of the School is to provide learning and development programs that
enhance skills and competencies in the public service; conduct research; and
offer consultancy services to inform policy. KSG has six campuses namely
Baringo, Embu, Matuga, Mombasa, Nairobi and eLDi. The School plans to recruit
highly qualified and competent Kenyan citizens to fill various vacant positions
in the Academic and Administration divisions.
Data collection, codification and
Providing technical support to
faculty in research work
Carrying literature review
Compilation of bibliographic data
Administration of questionnaires
Provide rapporteur services
Proof reading of research materials
Assisting in writing scientific
papers including literature review
Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised
university in the relevant field
A Master’s Degree will be an added
Applications are invited from
suitably qualified candidates in any of the following fields:
1.      Leadership & Management
2.     Public Finance
3.     Public Administration and Governance
5.     Project Management
6.     Monitoring and Evaluation
Demonstrate ability to conduct
Proficiency in use of computer
software for data analysis
A valid certificate of good conduct
Good interpersonal skills
If you
believe your qualifications and career objectives match the above role, please
submit your application, including a detailed CV; stating your current
position, email address, telephone contacts and the advertisement reference
number so as to reach us on or before 
January 4, 2019
using the addressed below. Minorities and people with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.
will result in automatic disqualification.
successful candidates will be contacted.
Kenya School of Government Council


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