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Vacancies in the Judiciary for Kenyans with C- in KCSE; Apply Now

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Vacancies in the Judiciary for Kenyans with C- in KCSE; Apply Now

The Kenya Judicial Service Commission has announced 961 job openings, signifying a significant step toward modernizing court procedures through technology. The Judiciary Service Commission’s head, Martha Koome, is a key figure in this project.

The JSC is actively recruiting experienced candidates to fill positions across 79 court stations in 30 different counties, according to an advertising issued on Monday, September 11.

These positions are temporary and are scheduled to last between 5 and 54 days, depending on the workload of each station.
The goal of this recruitment drive is to support the Judiciary’s ambitious digitization agenda. The goal of this tool is to convert all existing manual files to digital format. This project’s scope includes scanning all active case files, gathering case details, and transferring these digital scans to the Case Tracking System (CTS).

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One of the project’s key goals is to introduce young people to a digitally enabled work environment where they may make a living. This effort strives to bridge the skills demand and employment opportunities gap by giving young people with the tools, training, and mentorship they need to work and earn a living with dignity.

The newly hired personnel will have the following roles and responsibilities:

1. Team Leaders (79 positions)

Team leaders will be in charge of receiving files from the registry and assigning them to members of their team. They will also perform quality checks on scanned documents before uploading them to CTS.

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Team leaders must have a least KCSE grade of C- and will be paid KSh 2000 per day.

2. Digitization Agents (Scanning Operators) (79 positions)

Scanning operators will scan prepared documents, rename scanned images accurately, perform quality checks on completed scans, save them to a Network Storage System, and upload them to CTS. They will be paid KSh 1500 per day.

3. Digitization Agents (Data Entry) (803 positions)

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Data entry agents will receive files from registry in-charges and prepare physical files, including unbinding, document sorting, page separation, listing, pagination, and indexing. They would also be paid a daily salary of KSh 1500.

In conclusion, the Kenyan Judicial Service Commission is taking considerable strides in digitizing its court records and providing employment possibilities for young people, while aggressively seeking experienced professionals to fill diverse roles in this endeavor.




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