Republic of Kenya
Parliamentary Service Commission
Opportunities in the Position of Member of the Parliamentary Service Commission
The Parliamentary Service Commission is established under Article 127 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 and is mandated, among other things, to provide services and facilities to ensure the efficient and effective functioning of Parliament.
Article 127 of the Constitution provides that the Parliamentary Service Commission shall consist of, among others, one man and one woman appointed by Parliament from among persons who are experienced in public affairs, but are not Members of Parliament.
The Parliamentary Service Commission now invites applications for the two (2) vacant positions for Member of the Parliamentary Service Commission under Article 127(2)(d) of the Constitution from interested persons, other than Members of Parliament.
The person shall not be qualified for appointment as a member of the Commission under Article 127(2)(d) of the Constitution unless such person:
(a) is a citizen of Kenya;
(b) holds a bachelor degree from a university recognized in Kenya;
(c) has a minimum of ten years experience in public affairs; and
(d) meets the requirements of leadership and integrity in Chapter Six of the Constitution.
Applications, including the curriculum vitae and copies of other supporting documents, may be sent or delivered to:
The Clerk of the Senate/Secretary,
Parliamentary Service Commission,
1st Floor, KICC Building,
P. O. Box 41842- 00100,
or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org,
to be received on or before 10th July, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.
Clerk of the Senate/Secretary,
Parliamentary Service Commission.