The Public Service Commission (PSC) has announced job vacancies within its annual Public Service Emerging Leaders Fellowship (PSELF).
In a announcement released on Tuesday, December 5, the PSC revealed its intention to hire 80 young Kenyans for the year-long program.
The PSC in Collaboration with Emerging Public Leaders, USA, and Emerging Leaders Foundation-Africa, is committed to fully sponsoring the initiative.
The primary objective of the program, as outlined by the PSC, is to empower young public officers to evolve into effective leaders.
The comprehensive approach involves residential training, experiential learning, coaching, mentorship, job shadowing, conferences, assignments, and more.
“The programme aims to transform young public officers to be effective leaders through a variety of approaches including residential training, experiential learning, coaching, mentorship, job shadowing, conferences and assignments, among others. The Public Service Commission and its collaborating partners will cater for all the expenses related to this programme,” PSC stated.
How to Apply
Individuals interested in this opportunity should have been employed as full-time government workers within any state department for a duration of fewer than three (3) years under permanent and pensionable terms.
Eligible candidates must fall within the age range of 18 to 35 years.
Applicants are required to compose a 500-word essay elucidating why they are suitable candidates for the fellowship.
“Applicants will be required to submit a five hundred (500) word essay on why they consider themselves a suitable candidate for the programme. Interested and qualified candidates are requested to make their applications ONLINE through the Commission’s job portal www.publicservice.go.ke or www.psckjobs.go.ke by 10th January, 2024,” stated the PSC.
Prospective applicants are required to submit online applications before January 10, 2024.