The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has announced job openings for graduate trainees who will receive specialized training in tax administration.
Eligible candidates will be enrolled in the agency’s Graduate Trainee (GT) Programme, where they will be responsible for overseeing and enforcing tax and customs laws.
In an official announcement, KRA specified that this program is intended for individuals under 28 years of age who are university graduates.
“The Authority seeks to recruit young Kenyans of high integrity to join its Graduate Trainee (GT) Programme. The programme targets university graduates from recognised universities and is designed to develop future tax administration experts,” stated the principal revenue collector.
Applicants, besides holding a university degree, must have achieved a minimum mean grade of C+ in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) or its equivalent, with a C+ or higher in both English and Mathematics.
Candidates are required to possess strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, as well as proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite.
Interested applicants are asked to submit a valid certificate of good conduct and copies of various certificates including the KRA PIN certificate, National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF), National Social Security Fund (NSSF), and identity cards.
“All applications must be submitted online by Sunday, October 29, 2023,” specified KRA.
- Visit the KRA website and navigate to the ‘Employment Opportunities’ section under the ‘Applicant Cockpit’ page.
- Click on ‘Job Search’ under the ‘Job Search’ heading to view all available job openings.
- Select a job posting to view detailed position information.
- To apply for a position, click the ‘Apply’ button at the top of the page.
- Follow the provided instructions to complete and submit your application.
- Ensure that all mandatory fields are filled in before submitting your application.
- To finalize the application process, click the ‘Send Application Now’ button after reviewing and accepting the ‘Data Privacy Statement’.