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JOB REF. – HR: KP1/5CB/3 – 462

 

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Kenya Power seeks to recruit Electrical Engineers to join the Company’s Graduate Engineer Apprentice Programme. We are looking for brilliant, dynamic and self-driven persons eager to make a difference in being part of result oriented teams.

The ideal candidates should have graduated from a recognized University after 2009 with a BSc Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering or its equivalent, preferably in heavy current with at least Second Class Honours. The candidates must also have registered as Graduate Engineers with Kenya Engineers Registration Board (KERB) and display potential for achieving high results and being team players.

 

Successful candidates will undergo a one-year training programme at the Company’s Training School. The training programme will cover theory in specialized aspects of the business accompanied by practical attachments within various installations and operations of the Company.

 

On successful completion, they will be absorbed in specific functions of the Company.

 

NB: Female applicants who may wish to be Apprentice Engineers are encouraged to apply regardless of when they graduated.

 

Interested persons for the above positions should send their applications for one (1) position only, together with their CVs, copies of certificates and other relevant testimonials, information on current salary, reliable daytime telephone contact and names of three (3) referees to:-

 

The Chief Manager

Human Resources & Administration

Kenya Power

P.O. Box 30099 – 00100

Nairobi.

So as to reach not later than Tuesday, 29th January 2013.

 

Quote the Job reference number on the envelope.

Only shortlisted persons will be notified.

Kenya Power is an equal opportunity employer.

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