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IEBC shortlisted candidates for recently advertised positions for August 9th 2022 Polls per county Pdf download

In April this year, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) advertised a total of 418,192 short-term job vacancies ahead of the country’s August 9 General Election.

The IEBC planned to engage deputy county returning officers (47), deputy constituency returning officers (290), presiding officers (52,481), deputy presiding officers (52,841), logistics officers (389), and support electoral trainers (47). (5,827).

The electoral body planned to hire 580 ICT clerks, 302,860 polling clerks, 47 county-based voter educators, 290 constituency-based voter educators, and 2,900 ward-based voter educators.

Each interested party was expected to apply for the positions on IEBC’s online portal, where requirements for the slots will be available, before May 6, 2022.

Following the above arrangements, the commission has since started the interviewing process of the officers to help take part in the August Elections.

Following a spot check across the country, it is now clear that a number of counties and Sub-Counties have so far invited applicants to turn up for scheduled interviews.

Following a text messages sampled from some applicants which read,“Good afternoon

 

Following your application for the DPO Position in Uriri Constituency, you’re hereby invited to attend an interview on the 20th June 2022 at the IEBC OFFICE within the Uriri DCC’s Compound at 8.00am.

 

 

 

Carry your original and copies of National ID/Kenyan Passport, Academic certificates and testimonials and this message.”

As per to the commission’s programs rolled out at county and Sub-County levels, from the Presiding officers and Deputy presiding officers interviews, IEBC will then move to interview clerks amongst other officers before embarking on the rigorous training on dates that the commission will communicate.

IEBC Shortlisted Candidates 2022

 

Did you apply for the IEBC recruitment 2022?

If yes, then you probably need to know your application status.

That is why this article is important. If you are looking for the IEBC shortlist 2022 to check your name, do not worry.

The IEBC Shortlist 2022 is yet to be out online. DISREGARD any form of advert you come across.

This page will be updated immediately after the shortlisted names are released. You can also keep visiting this website or IEBC recruitment portal @ www.iebc.or.ke, to stay updated once the list is out.

 

All Shortlisted Candidates have so far received text messages inviting them.

Our media team is working to see if there are candidates who will receive text messages later on. We shall keep you posted

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