Nairobi County announced another 121 vacant opportunities across various departments in a bid to bolster its skillset within Governor Johnson Sakaja’s administration.

In an advertisement on the county’s official website dated Sunday, April 30, City Hall announced permanent and pensionable jobs ranging from directors of research and policy development, Deputy Directors for Research and legislation development, artisans, work officers and technical inspectors.

Also advertised include mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and civil structure engineers.

Successful candidates will pocket a monthly salary ranging from Ksh15,670 to Ksh169,140 depending on the job scale and will also enjoy house, commuter and leave allowances.

For instance, those seeking to serve as Director- Research and Policy Development will earn between Ksh121,430 and Ksh169,140 with a house allowance of Ksh50,000 as well as a Ksh16,000 commuter allowance.

Part of the job requirements include a bachelor’s degree in any Science or Social Science from a recognised University.

The Assistant Director of Research, Policy and Development will be eligible for a payment of between Ksh87,360 and Ksh121,430 while Artisans will pocket between Ksh15,670 and Ksh17,570.

Works Officers will pocket a salary of between Ksh31,270 and Ksh41,260 with a house allowance of Ksh10,000 and a commuter allowance of Ksh4,000.

Technical Inspectors would earn a monthly salary of Ksh38,270 and Ksh51,170 with a house allowance of Ksh16,500 and a Ksh5,000 commuter allowance.

The application window for the various vacancies closes between May 4, 2023, and May 12, 2023.

How to Apply

Interested candidates are advised to create accounts on the Nairobi County’s website’s recruitment portal at page.

By kenyans