New Kazi Mtaani Jobs Rolled Out Countrywide; How To Apply And Requirements
The government has rolled out new Kazi Mtaani phase three countrywide through the steering committee of the National Hygiene Program.
The announced new recruitment of workers and supervisors for the Kazi Mtaani programme started on 19th Friday, September 2021 and the applications are on.
All interested candidates who meet the minimum requirements are calmed upon to apply through the Kazi Mtaani Management System Portal; http://register.kms.go.ke,
The website is developed by the government to facilitate the registration and management of beneficiaries of the Kazi Mtaani programme.
Both inexperienced, experienced and semi-experienced youths are going to benefit from phase three of the Kazi Mtaani program as announced by the State Department for Housing and Urban Development.
The applicants are required to have the following;
• A valid national identification card (ID).
• Should be a Kenyan citizen of age between 18-35 years.
• KCPE or KCSE certificate ( not a must but is an added advantage).
• One must not be benefiting from any national government transfer programme.
• A signed indemnity form providing details of phone number for payment
To apply for this job visit register.kms.go.ke.
The work specifications include activities such as:
- Construction works using Appropriate Building Materials and Technologies (ABMT);
- Construction of hostels in selected TVETS;
- Construction works to complete previously stalled economic stimulus program market;
- Construction works to remove asbestos roofing in government estates.
The government promised to ensure a 50 to 50 gender balance in the program during a press briefing.
The government also encouraged those with disabilities to apply for the Kazi Mtaani jobs.
The government informed that the selection process of those who had registered will undertake a set of criteria that would consider experience, requirements of projects, availability of projects within an area, the vulnerability of application among others.
Further, the principal secretary in the state Department for housing and urban development Charles Hinga emphasised that the registration process would favour all candidates and will not be based on first-come, first-serve.
The Kazi Mtaani initiative started in July 2020, to improve hygiene and sanitation in informal settlements as well as help thousands of youth rendered jobless by the pandemic.