The Kenya School of Law is a public legal education provider responsible for the provision of professional legal training as an agent of the Government. The School is run under the auspices of the Kenya School of Law Act No. 26 of 2012 of the Laws of Kenya. The core functions of the School as currently constituted includes provision of the following services: –
a) Train persons to be advocates under the Advocates Act;
b) Ensure continuing professional development for all cadres of the legal profession;
c) Provide para-legal training;
d) Provide other specialized training in the legal sector;
e) Develop curricular, training manuals, conduct examinations and confer academic awards; and
f) Undertake projects, research and consultancies.
In order to effectively meet these expanded functions, the School wishes to recruit committed, dynamic and result oriented persons who will join the existing strong team of staff to help it realize its vision of being “A preferred centre of excellence in professional legal training, research and consultancy in the East African region and beyond”.
We are looking for independent, visionary, strategic thinkers who are customer oriented, and would effectively participate in initiating organizational transformation. Specifically, we seek to recruit: –
|POST||KSL SCALE||REF. NO||NO. OF VACANCIES|
|1.||PRINCIPAL LEGAL OFFICER – (RE-ADVERTISEMENT)||KSL 4||KSL/HR13/2019||1|
|2.||PRINCIPAL LECTURER, ADVOCATES TRAINING PROGRAMME||KSL 4||KSL/HR14/2019||1|
|3.||PRINCIPAL LECTURER, CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)||KSL 4||KSL/HR15/2019||1|
|4.||ADJUNCT LECTURERS, ADVOCATES TRAINING PROGRAMME||PART-TIME||KSL/HR16/2019||–|
Competitive remuneration package and benefits will be offered to the successful candidates.
ALL APPLICANTS are required to comply with the requirements of Chapter six (6) of the Constitution of Kenya. Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide evidence of clearance by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, Kenya Revenue Authority, Credit Reference Bureau, Higher Education Loans Board and provide a Police Clearance Certificate.
The Kenya School of Law is committed to implementing the provisions of the Constitution – Chapter 232 (1) on fair competition and merit, representation of Kenya’s diverse communities and affording equal employment opportunities to men and women, members of all ethnic groups and persons with disabilities. THEREFORE PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, THE MARGINALIZED AND MINORITIES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
All applications should include the job reference number, a reliable email address, and day -time telephone contact and must be accompanied with a detailed curriculum vitae and copies of relevant certificates. Candidates who had earlier applied for the position need not to re-apply.
Send your application to:-
Kenya School of Law
P. O. Box 30369-00100
Email applications will NOT be considered
The application should reach this office on or before 4th November, 2019.