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KNEC to give an update on the 2019 Grade 3 monitoring of learners

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Newsblaze breaking news.

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, will hold a presser at Mitihani House Caledonia on Dennis pritt road. The presser is slated for Today; August 14, 2019 at 10:30am.
The council will give an update on the 2019 Grade 3 Monitoring of Learner Progress.

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Finance Tips: How To Save More And Spend Less Abroad

Adventuring overseas? These are the best money Saving tips
Image- Adventuring overseas? These are the best money Saving tips

Visiting a foreign country is exciting. The best way to experience everything a different culture has to offer is by going out to eat, visiting museums, taking tours around, and going to events. 

Going on vacation is one thing; living abroad in a foreign country is another matter. Splurging a little while seeing the top-rated tourist sites is great for a short visit. And, while many expats feel the same desire to experience the best restaurants and museums of their new home, budgeting for living expenses and long-term savings must take higher priority. Here’s how to save more and spend less when living abroad for an extended amount of time.

Spend responsibly on living expenses

Living expenses can add up quickly, especially when you’re still finding your way in a new city or country. It’s tempting to dive right into new adventures, but keep an eye on your overall financial stability and savings goals. 

Looking for some ways to save? Cook at home, and invite new friends over, rather than going out to a restaurant every night of the week. Limit the souvenirs you buy for yourself and your family members; too often, these trinkets simply end up as dust collectors. Spend money on affordable experiences, which matter more in the long-run. And lastly, when booking your flights home or to your new country, be flexible to save on travel costs. Explore cheaper alternatives to air travel for day or weekend trips. These little things can make a big difference over time. 

Do your research on where to live

It can be intimidating to find a new place to live when you relocate for the first time. It’s tempting to sign for the first reasonably-priced apartment you see and call it a day. However, this can be an expensive mistake. Do some research to the place where you are moving to learn about public transportation options, proximity to grocery stores and other amenities, and to price out rentals in different neighborhoods. Ask some of these questions when considering where to relocate:

  • Is it cheaper to live outside the city center? (Don’t forget to factor in travel costs!)
  • Do your coworkers have any advice, insight, or leads on where to stay?
  • Where do other expats live? Find out where others from your home country have settled to give you access to a built-in community when you arrive.

Use public transportation

Many expats assume they will need to purchase a car to get around in a new country. However, many cities (and even smaller towns) offer good public transportation. Save money by getting around on existing infrastructure; it’s also a great way to immerse yourself in the rhythm and daily life of your new culture. “Some countries are big on the whole bicycling scene, so make sure you weigh up the different transportation options in order to help you save as much as possible.”

Shop local

When adjusting to life in a new country, many expats seek out the familiar. They’ll look for shops and products that are the same as where they shopped back home. Unfortunately, this can put a significant dent in your budget. In general, imports cost more than local products; supermarkets dedicated to expats tend to be more expensive than those used by the community.  

Wherever you relocate, make an effort to shop where the locals do. In Europe, for example, expats can save a ton of money by shopping at discounters such as Netto or Aldi. Even seeking out clothing stores that offer decent quality at a lower price can lead to big savings. Not only can you save money by shopping at local retailers, but expats also get the chance to learn how people in their new country really live. Immerse yourself in the sights and smells of your local market – and take advantage of the fresh produce while you’re there! 

Save on international exchange fees

Transfer fees can add up quickly. If you’re maintaining bank accounts in two separate countries or sending money to family back home, make sure to pay attention to international transaction fees and exchange fees. The best general advice is to avoid sending international money transfers via your bank. The experts at NerdWallet found that you’re likely to pay lower costs, not to mention the money will arrive faster if you use a licensed money transfer company. Here are some good options for you:

Living and working abroad is a great adventure and a big opportunity. Plan ahead for how you will save money, and enjoy your time exploring a new culture!

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Cryptocurrency: A New Investment Opportunity?

Bank notes. Read a detailed analysis on crypto-currencies, here.
Image- Bank notes. Read a detailed analysis on crypto-currencies, here.

Run a quick Google search and you’ll find all kinds of conflicting opinions out there about cryptocurrency. “Gamblers and speculators are the best candidates for the cryptocurrency market,” writes US News and World Report. “These kinds of returns are impossible to acquire within the realm of traditional investments,” crows one pro-cryptocurrency site.  

Cryptocurrency, and the underlying blockchain technology has been part of mainstream consciousness for the last few years. Today there are over 2,000 cryptocurrencies being traded. Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple may be the top three by market cap, but there are all kinds of variations, including some seriously weird ones like Dogecoin and Whoppercoin. 

Like any investment, cryptocurrency requires careful research and consideration before choosing to buy any type of coin. This market is extremely volatile, which is why it may not make the best investment option for many people. Here’s what you need to know about cryptocurrency as a new investment opportunity. 

Cryptocurrencies have posted strong returns 

If you invested in cryptocurrencies even a year ago, there’s a good chance your investment has skyrocketed. In comparison with the traditional stock market, cryptocurrencies are yielding massive returns in the last five out of six years. Here’s how Bitcoin has performed since 2011: 

  • 2011- Bitcoin +1500%
  • 2012- Bitcoin +299%
  • 2013- Bitcoin +5400%
  • 2015- Bitcoin +37%
  • 2016- Bitcoin +130%

Some of the bigger tech stocks, such as Facebook, Amazon, and Google, have all seen great returns as well – but none can compete with Bitcoin’s total returns of 22,004%. Of course, it would be foolish to expect that kind of exponential growth to continue, but historic performance shows cryptocurrencies have strong potential. 

Crypto makes a great “global currency”

For those overseas, investing in a “global currency” is a particularly interesting opportunity. “With the very real ‘war on cash’ escalating in India, Australia, combined with an uncertain macroeconomic and geopolitical environment and a monetary crisis in Venezuela, conditions for Bitcoin’s demand-side reliability have heightened. Bitcoin can provide a superior alternative for people in the developing world looking for reliable digital payment channels,” writes The Balance

Investing in equities or bonds can make it hard to access your funds when you need them. You need to wait for the stock market to swing in your favor, or for a bond to mature, before you cash out. With cryptocurrencies, you have the ability to transfer money quickly across borders to friends, family, or business partners. 

Cryptocurrencies are speculative 

While cryptocurrencies might sound like a great investment opportunity, there are some caveats to entering this volatile market. The biggest concern many analysts have around cryptocurrencies are the speculative nature of the marketplace. A coin’s price ultimately depends on the supply & demand dynamics in the marketplace. The price goes up when people want to buy it, and there are not enough coins to be sold at the current price. The future price is entirely dependent on what other people will buy it from you at,” writes Hackernoona blockchain blog. 

Investing in crypto is similar to gambling: coins like Bitcoin aren’t based on the gold standard, or any standard for that matter. Despite the value determined by economic concepts like scarcity and utility, cryptocurrencies remain dependent on market forces – which can be too big a risk for some investors. 

There’s no federal protection for your investment

When a currency is based on the gold standard or tied to a national economy, there is some protection for investors should something go wrong. However, for those in the cryptocurrency market, the SEC can’t do much to protect investors from fraud. “A December 2017 statement from SEC Chairman Jay Clayton notes that decentralized exchanges and trading can often exist and occur outside the confines of the U.S. borders. And, since a number of digital currency transactions are designed to be anonymous, recovering your investment may not be possible,” writes the Motley Fool

Investing in a global currency is a double-edged sword. On one hand, you gain the ability to make seamless transfers and protect your wealth from fees. On the other hand, you lose the protection of a national watchdog or federal banking regulations. 

Cryptocurrency and blockchain may be the answer to high transfer fees

If you’re seeking to invest in your business, then cryptocurrency, and the underlying blockchain technology, might be a good tool to help you grow. Commercial payment fees cut into many merchant’s small profit margins. Credit card processing fees range from 0.9% to 2.9%, plus other hidden fees that can eat up revenue quickly. 

Cryptocurrency facilitates direct transfer, circumventing the third party that often charges for processing payments from a bank, credit card, PayPal, or another payment method. “This crypto benefit reduces processing fees charged by banks and financial institutions for wire and other fund transfers. The widely adopted blockchain technology stores the online transaction ledger and reduces the threat from hackers, as every new block created must be verified by the ledgers of each user on the market,” writes US World News ReportFor business owners, cryptocurrency can offer streamlined payment options to vendors and supply chain partners that might help their business grow in the long-run. 

Best case? Crypto as part of a diversified portfolio

Perhaps the best use of cryptocurrencies for the everyday investor is as part of a larger, diversified investment portfolio. For those seeking to capture the benefits of this investment opportunity, while keeping their risk profile low, should consider allocation between 2% – 3% of your total investment budget in cryptocurrency. As the crypto market matures, levels out, and becomes more accessible, security should improve and federal protection may catch up. 

Cryptocurrency is here to stay. As an investment opportunity, it’s worthwhile to consider growing your wealth while still managing your risk responsibly.

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KUPPET’S 2021-2025 CBA NEGOTIATIONS WILL START ON 22nd AUGUST, 2019; DETAILS

KUPPET Logo
KUPPET Logo

As the implementation of kuppet’s 2017-2021 CBA draws towards the end, with TSC having implemented the 3rd face in July and the final face expected in July next year, it has been confirmed that the negotiations for new dispensation CBA 2021-2025 will begin on 22nd August 2019 . TSC, in response to Kuppet demands, has invited kuppet leadership for a meeting in Nairobi to kick start the process.

According Secretary General Akelo Misori, the union has already set in motion new areas for engagement post 2021, among the areas targeted in kuppet proposal submitted to TSC early this year includes
✓ Immediate Enhancement of teachers Medical cover following kuppet leadership in parliment having successfully petitioned the August house to add an additional Ksh.2B to the current 5.9B
✓ Harmonization of house allowances based on job group as opposed to region
✓ Review of the basic salary for low cadre (classroom teacher) personnel who missed out in the current CBA
✓ Clear promotion procedures for diploma, graduate and post graduate tutors amongst others

National vice chairman Julius Korir while addressing a press conference this afternoon at kuppet headquarters assured teachers that the union will engage the employer tactfully but with utmost good faith to ensure that the all issues raised by secondary school teachers are addressed fully in the next CBA.

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Harambee Starlets players in camp ahead of Ethiopia friendly and Malawi Olympics Qualifier

Image- Kenya's Harambee Starlets players at a training session.
Image- Kenya's Harambee Starlets players at a training session.

The Kenya Women National team, Harambee Starlets, is set to face Ethiopia in an International friendly match slated for Saturday, August 17, 2019, at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.

This as the team gears up for their upcoming Olympics Qualifier against Malawi, whose first leg is set to be played on August 28, 2019, with the second leg slated for September 1, 2019, at the MISC Kasarani.

Starlets kicked off residential training on Monday, August 12, 2019, in Nairobi, ahead of the match, which will serve as a build-up to the crucial qualifier. Kenya got a bye in the first round, and will have either of Gabon or Ghana in their way in the third round should they pass the Malawi test.

The qualifying tournament, which is in its fifth edition, will determine which team gains qualification to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan.

We will make every effort to ensure our youth realize their full potential- President Uhuru promises as the 2019 International Youth day is held

The international youth day celebrations; Theme and details
The international youth day celebrations; Theme and details

Every year the 12th of August is the commemoration of International Youth Day (IYD). The theme for International Youth Day 2019 is ‘Transforming Education’. This year’s event highlighted efforts to make education more inclusive and accessible for all youth and efforts to make education more relevant, equitable and inclusive for all youth, including efforts by youth themselves. 

Here is President Uhuru Kenyatta’s speech during the 2019 International Youth Day celebrations held in Kwale County;

[I am happy to join you in commemorating the International Youth Day – 2019, in Kwale County. This year’s theme, “Transforming Education” is, indeed, timely. It has been domesticated in Kenya as “Boresha Elimu, Wezesha Vijana”.

This is in recognition of the vital role played by education in creating the platforms upon which the Youth explore and develop their skills and talents, acquire knowledge and competencies for a lifetime, and guided onto the path of being positive contributors to themselves, their families, their community and the Country as a whole.

To that end, Kenya has emerged as a continental leader in the deployment of empowering youth education. We lead Africa in primary-to-secondary school transition rates, having realized 100% transition last year.

To better align our education system with the changing needs of today’s youth, as well as the new realities and opportunities of a 21st century world; the Government introduced the Competency Based Curriculum, in addition to creating 102 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) centers of excellence in public secondary schools.

In these centres of excellence, cutting-edge training in areas such as robotics and Artificial Intelligence allows our secondary schools to help mould the next generation of giants in the Digital Economy. We expect to see soon world class innovations being developed by young Kenyans that will revolutionize the world.

I am also pleased to see that the Ministry concerned with matters of Youth has commenced an ambitious plan to refurbish and operationalize a total of 152 Youth Empowerment Centres (YECs) across the Country. These centres act as ‘one-stop shops’, where youth can access key services as well as acquire skills for their personal development. Twenty one (21) of these are already fully operational, with another 60 to be fully functioning by the end of 2019.

We expect each and every Young Person in the country to be able to utilize the services available within these Centres to access online opportunities, acquire new skills and competencies.

Furthermore, the services provided in these centres will enable the youth to build collaborative networks with like-minded enterprising youth in Kenya and internationally, receive training and mentorship, to mention, but a few.

Since 2013, my Administration has implemented a progressive agenda for the youth that has focused on assisting them in accessing financial resources to drive their dreams. One of these is the “Young Africa Works Programme”, launched a few weeks, in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation, which aims to create more than 2 million jobs in the next 5 years.

Another such initiative is the ‘MbeleNaBiz’ Business Plan Competition under the Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunities Project. MbeleNaBiz aims to expand new and existing youth-led enterprises by providing them with grant funding and/or business plan training. I encourage all youth with entrepreneurial talent to take advantage and utilize these and other similar Government
initiatives, to prosper.

Finally, given our position as a Global Leader for the Young Peoples Agenda, I affirm my Administration’s commitment to remain true to the spirit of Article 55 of our Constitution. We will make every effort to ensure our youth realize their full potential and participate effectively in the advancement of the social, economic and political agenda of our Nation.

I thank you all once again for being part of these celebrations and wish you a happy “International Youth Day”.
Thank You And God Bless You.]

Latest Vacant positions in the Public Service, Kenya; Full details

Available Job vacancies in Kenya.
Available Job vacancies in Kenya.

1 VACANT POSITIONS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE

Applications are invited from qualified persons for the positions shown below. Interested and qualified persons are requested to make their applications as follows:

(i) Online through the Commission website www.publicservice.go.ke or job portal www.psckjobs.go.ke OR

(ii) By completing ONE PSC 2 (Revised 2016) application form. The form may be downloaded from the Commission’s websites.

Completed applications should be sent or delivered to: THE SECRETARY/CEO PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION COMMISSION HOUSE P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100 NAIROBI

Please Note: (i) Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. ALL the details requested in the advertisement should be filled on the form. It is an offence to include incorrect information in the application. Details of academic and professional certificates not obtained by closure of the advert should not be included.

(ii) Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted.

(iii) Canvassing in any form will lead to automatic disqualification.

(iv) The Public Service Commission is committed to implementing the provisions of the Constitution – Chapter 232 (1) on fair competition and merit, representation of Kenyans diverse communities and affording equal employment opportunities to men and women, members of all ethnic groups and persons with disabilities. THEREFORE, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, THE MARGINALIZED AND THE MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

(v) Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates and transcripts during interviews.

(vi) It is a criminal offence to present fake certificates/documents.

(vii) Serving officers shall be required to produce the original letter of appointment to their current substantive post during the interview. Applications should reach the Commission on or before 20th August 2019 latest 5.00 pm (East African Time).

2 MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFESTATE DEPARTMENT FOR TOURISM DIRECTOR OF TOURISM POLICY & PROMOTION – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 84/2019

Basic Salary Scale: KSHS. 132,000. –195,410 P.M. (Job Group ‘S’)

Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for Appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i) served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Deputy Director, Tourism Policy & Promotion, Job group ‘R’ and/or Senior Assistant Director, Tourism Policy & Promotion, Job group ‘Q’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service;

(ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism or Hospitality, Economics, Public Policy and Administration, or relevant Social Sciences from a University recognized in Kenya;

(iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields: Tourism, Hospitality, Law, Sustainable Development, Public Policy and Administration, Strategic Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Planning and Development, Public Administration, Policy Development, Risk Management, Disaster Management, Security Studies, Forensic Studies, Sociology, Safety Management, Strategic Planning and Development, Commerce (Marketing Option) and Research Methodologies, or any other relevant discipline from a University recognized in Kenya;

(iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution;

(v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance;

(vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism policy and promotion; and

(vii)demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:-

(i) guiding development, formulation and reviewing of national tourism policies, regulations and guidelines for tourism promotion and management;

(ii) Interpretation and implementation of National Tourism policies, legislation, plans and strategies; 3

(iii) developing and coordinating sectorial implementation of the National Tourism Blueprint (NTB 2030) and Kenya’s vision 2030 programmes and projects;

(iv) promotion of Kenya as a premier tourist destination;

(v) setting national goals, targets and indicators for sustainable tourism development.

(vi) development of tourism standards, norms and guidelines; (vii) developing and implementing a five year tourism strategy;

(viii) mainstreaming tourism policy issues into the National Development Policies, Goals and Objectives;

(ix) development and implementation of tourism partnership and promotion programmes;

(x) promotion of tourism security in collaboration with other key enforcement agencies;

(xi) collaborating with county governments on tourism policy and promotion matters;

(xii) overseeing the organization of meetings with stakeholders on tourism policy; and

(xiii) overseeing, monitoring and evaluation on the effectiveness of the implementation of the national tourism policies plans, strategies and tourism act by the various actors

DIRECTOR OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION –ONE (1) POST V/NO. 85/2019

Basic Salary Scale: KSHS. 132,000. –195,410 P.M. (Job Group ‘S’)

Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for Appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i) served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Deputy Director, Tourism Development & Innovation, Job group ‘R’ and/or Senior Assistant Director, Tourism Development & Innovation, Job group ‘Q’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service;

(ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism, Hospitality, Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Project Management or a relevant Social Sciences from a University recognized in Kenya;

(iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Tourism or Hospitality Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Innovation Management, Human Resource Management/Development, Information Communication Technology, Economics, Business Administration, Public administration or any other relevant discipline from a University recognized in Kenya;

(iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution;

(v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance;

(vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism development and innovation; and 4

(vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:-

(i) formulation and development of framework for tourism development and innovation;

(ii) identifying, developing, diversifying and implementing innovative tourism across the supply chain;

(iii) identification of gaps in tourism product mix and service delivery;

(iv) promotion of tourism flagship projects;

(v) development of Kenya’s tourism product directory;

(vi) facilitation and development of transfer of technologies for competitive development of tourism products and services; (vii) coordination of the development of appropriate tourism product mix; (viii)development and implementation of service excellence standards; (ix) supporting and inspiring tourism product innovation and change; and (x) development of relevant human capital for the tourism sector.

DIRECTOR OF TOURISM INTERNATIONAL & REGIONAL RELATIONS – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 86/2019

Basic Salary Scale: KSHS. 132,000 –195,410 P.M. (Job Group ‘S’) Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:- (i) served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Deputy Director, Tourism International & Regional Relations, Job group ‘R’ and/or Senior Assistant Director, Tourism International & Regional Relations, Job group ‘Q’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service; (ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism, Hospitality, International Relations, Law, Public Policy and Administration, Public Relations or relevant Social Sciences from a University recognized in Kenya; (iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Tourism ,Hospitality, International Relations, Law, Public Policy and Administration, Information Communication 5 Technology, Public Relations, Strategic management, Research Methodologies, Business administration or any other relevant discipline from a University recognized in Kenya; (iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution; (v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance; (vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism international and regional relations; and (vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:- (i) development, coordination and implementation of bilateral tourism engagement strategies; (ii) development and implementation of bilateral Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) and agreements of cooperation between Kenya and other partner states in the field of tourism; (iii) coordination and liaison with county and sub-national bodies; (iv) development and implementation of multilateral agreements in tourism; (v) establishment and support of strategic linkages with sector stakeholders; (vi) coordination of Kenya’s regional tourism engagements which include EAC, COMESA, NEPAD and IGAD; (vii) facilitation and coordination of the international and local tourism negotiations; (viii) coordinating Kenya’s participation in UNWTO meetings, programmes and activities. (ix) development and implementation of tourism related statutes, Protocols, treaties and conventions; and (x) coordination and monitoring of the implementation of county tourism engagement.

DIRECTOR OF TOURISM INVESTMENT & FINANCE – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 87/2019

Basic Salary Scale: KSHS. 132,000. –195,410 p.m. (Job Group ‘S’) Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for Appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:- (i) served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Deputy Director, Tourism Investment and Finance, Job group ‘R’ and/or Senior Assistant Director, Tourism Investment and Finance, Job group ‘Q’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service; 6 (ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism or Hospitality, Economics, Finance, Investment Banking, Business Administration, Project Management, Entrepreneurship or a relevant Social Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya; (iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Tourism or Hospitality, Business Administration, Project Management, Public Finance Management, Investment Banking, Economics, Finance, Research & Statistics, Public Policy & Governance, Policy Development, Strategic Management & Business Policy, Financial Management, Financial Risk Management, Commerce (Finance Option), Investment & Securities, , Credit Management, Finance & Accounting, Entrepreneurship or other relevant disciplines from a university recognized in Kenya; (iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution; (v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance; (vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism investments and finance; and (vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:- (i) interpreting and overseeing implementation of tourism policies on investments and finance; (ii) determining the process of profiling investment opportunities in the tourism sector; (iii) overseeing the organization of meetings with stakeholders on tourism investment and finance; (iv) development and formulation of frameworks for tourism partnerships and entrepreneurship; (v) coordinating the implementation of tourism incentives and disincentives schemes; (vi) development, formulation and implementation of special financing schemes for the tourism sector; (vii) capacity building through offering business and investment advisory services for tourism development; (viii) coordinating and promoting programmes funded under Tourism Funds; (ix) establishing and maintaining a database on tourism investments; and (x) overseeing, monitoring and evaluation of the effectiveness of the implementation of tourism investment and finance policies, plans and strategies.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF TOURISM POLICY & PROMOTION – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 88/2019 7

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 119,730. –166,780 p.m. (Job Group ‘R’) Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:- (i) served for a cumulative period of twelve (12) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Senior Assistant Director, Tourism Policy & Promotion, Job group ‘Q’ and/or Assistant Director, Tourism Policy & Promotion, Job group ‘P’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service; (ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism or Hospitality, Economics, Public Policy and Administration, or relevant Social Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya; (iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Tourism, Hospitality, Law, Sustainable Development, Public Policy and Administration, Strategic Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Planning and Development, Public Administration, Policy Development, Risk Management, Disaster Management, Security Studies, Forensic Studies, Sociology, Safety Management, Strategic Planning and Development, Commerce (Marketing Option) and Research Methodologies, or any other relevant discipline from a university recognized in Kenya; (iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution; (v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance; (vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism policy and promotion; and (vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:- (i) co-ordinating and leading development and review of national tourism policies, strategies, programmes and projects; (ii) interpretation and implementation of National Tourism policies, legislation, plans and strategies; (iii) leading development and review of the National Tourism Blueprint; (iv) coordinating and mainstreaming tourism issues in sectorial policies and strategies; (v) collaborating with stakeholders on implementation of set national goals, targets and indicators for sustainable tourism; (vi) enforcing compliance of national tourism legislations, plans and strategies in the sector; (vii) interpretation and lead implementation of 5 years tourism strategy; 8 (viii) coordinating development of tourism area management plans; (ix) leading development of county and stakeholders coordination and support strategy for tourism; (x) ensuring compliance in implementation of tourism safety and security best practices; (xi) coordinating the operations of the tourism sector crisis management center; (xii) leading development of tourism safety and security manuals; and (xiii) assessing and reporting to the sector on emerging threats and travel advisories.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 89/2019

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 119,730. –166,780 p.m. (Job Group ‘R’) Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:- (i) served for a cumulative period of twelve (12) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Senior Assistant Director, Tourism Development & Innovation, Job group ‘Q’ and/or Assistant Director, Tourism Development & Innovation, Job group ‘P’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service; (ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism, Hospitality, Business Administration, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Project Management or a relevant Social Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya; (iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Tourism or Hospitality Management, Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Innovation Management, Human Resource Management/Development, Information Communication Technology, Economics, Business Administration, Public administration or any other relevant discipline from a university recognized in Kenya; (iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution; (v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance; (vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism development and innovation; and (vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:- 9 (i) supervising and monitoring of appropriate human capacity to enhance innovation in product experience; (ii) coordinating adoption of innovative practices for competitive development of tourism products and services; (iii) leading development of diverse tourism products and value addition along the tourism supply chain; (iv) leading, identification, profiling, development and promotion of tourism product; (v) supporting and nurturing county governments to develop high quality tourism products; (vi) leading in development of niche tourism products and services and monitoring the implementation of tourism standards for quality assurance. (vii) initiating capacity audits exercise and advising on appropriate skills in the tourism sector; (viii) ensuring sector’s compliance to the tourism code of practice; and (ix) ensuring development of efficient and effective service excellence initiatives.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF TOURISM INTERNATIONAL & REGIONAL RELATIONS – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 90/2019

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 119,730. –166,780 p.m. (Job Group ‘R’) Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for appointment:

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:- (i) served for accumulative period of twelve (12) years, of which an aggregate of at least three (3) years should have been in the grade of Senior Assistant Director, Tourism International & Regional Relations, Job group ‘Q’ and/or Assistant Director, Tourism International & Regional Relations, Job group ‘P’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service; (ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Tourism, Hospitality, International Relations, Law, Public Policy and Administration, Public Relations or relevant Social Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya; (iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Tourism, Hospitality, International Relations, Law, Public Policy and Administration, Information Communication Technology, Public Relations, Strategic management, Research Methodologies, Business administration or any other relevant discipline from a university recognized in Kenya; (iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution; (v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance; 10 (vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism international and regional relations; and (vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:- (i) ensuring Kenya’s participation in the UNWTO high decision making process; (ii) coordinate implementation of UNWTO programmes and activities; (iii) leading implementation of bilateral Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) and agreements of cooperation between Kenya and other partner states in the field of tourism; (iv) ensuring compliance in the implementation of UNWTO agreements, protocols, treaties and conventions; (v) design the review of bilateral and multilateral agreements of cooperation; (vi) leading Kenya’s participation in bilateral and regional meetings and forums in the field of Tourism; (vii) leading implementation of public relations and media engagement strategy in the tourism sector; (viii) coordinating Kenya’s regional tourism engagements including EAC, COMES, NEPAD, IGAD (ix) facilitation and coordination of the international and local tourism negotiations; (x) promoting uptake and transferring of modern technology in tourism development; (xi) fostering establishment and supporting linkages with tourism stakeholders; and (xii) organizing and facilitating the sectors representation in the inter- ministerial committees to address cross cutting issues in tourism;

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF TOURISM INVESTMENT & FINANCE – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 91/2019

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 119,730. –166,780 p.m. (Job Group ‘R’)

Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Requirements for appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:- (i) served for a cumulative period of twelve (12) years, of which an aggregate of three (3) years should have been in the grade of Senior Assistant Director, Tourism Investment & Finance, Job group ‘Q’ and/or Assistant Director, Tourism Investment 11 & Finance, Job group ‘P’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the public service; (ii) a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance, Tourism or Hospitality, Investment Banking, Business Administration, Project Management, Entrepreneurship or a relevant Social Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya; (iii) a Masters degree in any of the following fields; Business Administration, Project Management, Tourism or Hospitality, Public Finance Management, Investment Banking, Economic Finance, Strategic Management, Research & Statistics, Public Policy & Governance, Policy Development, Strategic Management & Business Policy, Financial Management, Financial Risk Management, Commerce (Finance Option), Investment & Securities, Investment Banking, Business Finance, Credit Management, Finance & Accounting, Enterpreneurship or other relevant disciplines from a university recognized in Kenya; (iv) attended a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6) weeks in a recognized institution; (v) demonstrated professional competence and managerial capacity as reflected in work performance; (vi) demonstrated a clear understanding of tourism investments and financing; and (vii) demonstrated compliance with the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya and the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:- (i) profiling and promoting investment opportunities in the tourism sector; (ii) leading conceptualization and promotion of investment opportunities in the tourism sector; (iii) supporting development and implementation of tourism partnership and entrepreneurship frameworks; (iv) leading, designing and implementing tourism partnership and entrepreneurship frameworks; (v) ensuring effective implementation of tourism incentive and disincentive schemes; (vi) leading and designing special financing schemes in the tourism sector; (vii) ensuring the sector adhere to the special financing schemes; (viii) ensuring implementation and promotion of programmes under Tourism Fund; (ix) co-ordinating special funding schemes for the tourism sector; and (x) coordinating implementation, monitoring and evaluation of strategies, programs and activities for tourism business and investment.

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2019 East Africa School Games, FEASSSA, in Arusha- Tanzania; Latest Revised Fixtures and pools

FEASSSA GAMES
FEASSSA GAMES

FEDERATION OF EAST AFRICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS

18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

SOCCER BOYS

Venues: ISM, TGT, Sheikh Abeid Stadium & PRISON

POOL A POOL B POOL C
Buddo SS (Ug) Alliance High (Tz) Ruwuiko (Tz)
STAHIZA (Ug) Vwawa SS (Tz) Dagoretti High (Ke)
Lindi SS (Tz) Jinja SS (Ug) St. Mary’s, Kitende (ug)
St. Antony’s (Ke) LDK (Rw) Malawi
JKU (Zan)  

DAY 1    FRIDAY                 16th AUGUST 2019            PRELIMINARIES               

  3.00pm A Lindi SS (Tz) Vs St. Antony’s (Ke)    

SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  11.00am A Buddo SS (Ug) Vs STAHIZA (Ug)    
  3.00pm B Jinja SS (Ug) Vs LDK (Rw)    
  3.00pm B Alliance High (Tz) Vs Vwawa SS (Tz)    

DAY 2    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

11.00am C Ruwuiko (Tz) Vs Dagoretti High (Ke)    
11.00am C St. Mary’s, Kitende (ug) Vs Malawi    
3.00pm A JKU (Zan) Vs Buddo SS (Ug)    
3.00pm A STAHIZA (Ug) Vs Lindi SS (Tz)    

DAY 3    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

11.00am A St. Antony’s (Ke) Vs Buddo SS (Ug)    
  11.00am A JKU (Zan) Vs STAHIZA (Ug)    
  3.00pm B Vwawa SS (Tz) Vs Jinja (Ug)    
  3.00pm B LDK (Rw) Vs Alliance High (Tz)    

DAY 4    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           ELIMINARIES     

  11.00am A Lindi SS (Tz) Vs Buddo SS (Ug)    
  11.00am A JKU (Zan) Vs St. Antony’s (Ke)    
  3.00pm C Malawi Vs Ruwuiko (Tz)    
  3.00pm C Dagoretti High (Ke) Vs St. Mary’s, Kitende (ug)    

DAY 5    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am C Malawi Vs Dagoretti High (Ke)    
  11.00am A Lindi SS (Tz) Vs JKU (Zan)    
  11.00am A St. Antony’s (Ke) Vs STAHIZA (Ug)    
  11.00am B Alliance High (Tz) Vs Jinja SS (Ug)    
  11.00am B Vwawa SS (Tz) Vs LDK (Rw)    
  3.00pm C Ruwuiko (Tz) Vs St. Mary’s, Kitende (ug)    

DAY 6    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019           QUARTER FINALS

11.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Best Loser C or B    
11.00am   Runners-Up B Vs Runners-Up Pool C    
11.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners-Up A    
11.00am   Winner Pool C Vs Best Loser A or B    

DAY 7    FRIDAY                                 23RD AUGUST 2019           SEMI-FINALS     

11.00am   Winner 27 Vs Winner 28    
11.00am   Winner 29 Vs Winner 30    

DAY 7    SATURDAY          24TH AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY- OFF & FINALS  

9.000am   Loser Match 27 Vs Loser Match 28    
2.00pm   Winner Match 27 Vs Winner Match 28    

FEDERATION OF EAST AFRICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS

18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

SOCCER GIRLS

Venues: ISM, TGT, Sheikh Abeid Stadium & PRISON

POOL A POOL B  
Nyakach (Ke) Kawempe Muslim (Ug)
Mukono High (Ug) Kibasila (Tz)
Kihesa (Tz) Remera Rukoma (Rw)
St. Noa (Ug) Alliance High (Tz)
  Archbishop Njenga (Ke) Itigo (Ke)    

DAY 1    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  9.00am A Nyakach (Ke) Vs Archbishop Njenga (Ke)    
  9.00am A Mukono High (Ug) Vs St. Noa (Ug)    
  11.00am B Kawempe Muslim (Ug) Vs Remera Rukoma (Rw)    
  11.00am B Kibasila (Tz) Vs Alliance High (Tz)    

DAY 2    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Alliance High (Tz) Vs Itigo (Ke)    
  9.00am B Remera Rukoma (Rw) Vs Kibasila (Tz)    
  3.00PM A St. Noa (Ug) Vs Kihesa (Tz)    
  3.00PM A Archbishop Njenga (Ke) Vs Mukono High (Ug)    

DAY 3    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Kihesa (Tz) Vs Archbishop Njenga (Ke)    
  9.00am A Nyakach (Ke) Vs Mukono High (Ug)    
  3.00PM B Kawempe Muslim (Ug) Vs Kibasila (Tz)    
  3.00PM B Itigo (Ke) Vs Remera Rukoma (Rw)    

DAY 4    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Alliance High (Tz) Vs Kawempe Muslim (Ug)    
  9.00am B Kibasila (Tz) Vs Itigo (Ke)    
  3.00PM A Mukono High (Ug) Vs Kihesa (Tz)    
  3.00PM A St. Noa (Ug) Vs Nyakach (Ke)    

DAY 5    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Nyakach (Ke) Vs Kihesa (Tz)    
  9.00am A St. Noa (Ug) Vs Archbishop Njenga (Ke)    
  3.00PM B Alliance High (Tz) Vs Remera Rukoma (Rw)    
  3.00PM B Kawempe Muslim (Ug) Vs Itigo (Ke)    

DAY 6 THURSDAY                             23RD AUGUST 2019           SEMI FINALS     

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners Up Pool B    
  9.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners Up Pool A    

DAY 7    FRIDAY                 24TH AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY OFFS & FINALS

  10.00am   Loser Match 21 Vs Loser Match 22    

DAY 8    SATURDAY          25TH AUGUST 2019           FINALS

  10.30am   Winner Match 21 Vs Winner Match 22    

FEDERATION OF EAST AFRICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS

18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

BASKETBALL BOYS

Venues:  ISM & St. Constantine

POOL A POOL B  
Juhudi (Tz) Buddo SS (Ug)
Don Bosco (Tz) Seroma C H (Ug)
Laiser Hill (Ke) Lord Baden Powell (Tz)
KIbuli SS(Ug) Galanos (Tz)
LDK (Rw) Dagoretti (Ke)
College Marie Reine (Rw)

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  9.00am B Buddo SS (Ug) Vs Seroma C H (Ug)    
  11.00am B Lord Baden Powell (Tz) Vs Galanos (Tz)    
  3.00pm A Juhudi (Tz) Vs Don Bosco (Tz)    
  3.00pm A KIbuli SS(Ug) Vs LDK (Rw)    
  3.00pm B Dagoretti (Ke) Vs College Marie Reine (Rw)    

DAY 3    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A LDK (Rw) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    
  11.00am A Don Bosco (Tz) Vs Laiser Hill (Ke)    
  11.00am B Galanos (Tz) Vs Dagoretti (Ke)    
  11.00am B Seroma C H (Ug) Vs Lord Baden Powell (Tz)    
  3.00pm B College Marie Reine (Rw)   Buddo SS (Ug)    

DAY 4    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Buddo SS (Ug) Vs Lord Baden Powell (Tz)    
  11.00am B Dagoretti (Ke) Vs Seroma C H (Ug)    
  11.00am A Juhudi (Tz) Vs Laiser Hill (Ke)    
  11.00am A KIbuli SS(Ug) Vs Don Bosco (Tz)    
  3.00pm B College Marie Reine (Rw) Vs Galanos (Tz)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Don Bosco (Tz) Vs LDK (Rw)    
  11.00am A Laiser Hill (Ke) Vs KIbuli SS(Ug)    
  11.00am B Buddo SS (Ug) Vs Galanos (Tz)    
  11.00am B College Marie Reine (Rw) Vs Seroma C H (Ug)    
  3.00pm B Lord Baden Powell (Tz) Vs Dagoretti (Ke)    

DAY 6    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Dagoretti (Ke) Vs Buddo SS (Ug)    
  11.00am B College Marie Reine (Rw) Vs Lord Baden Powell (Tz)    
  11.00am A Juhudi (Tz) Vs KIbuli SS(Ug)    
  11.00am A LDK (Rw) Vs Laiser Hill (Ke)    
  3.00pm B Galanos (Tz) Vs Seroma C H (Ug)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019          SEMI-FINALS     

  11.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners-Up Pool B    
  11.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners-Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                                 23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF       

  9.00am   Loser Match 31 Vs Loser match 32    

DAY 9    SATURDAY          23RD AUGUST 2019           FINALS

  11.00am   Winner Match 31 Vs Winner Match 32    

FEDERATION OF EAST AFRICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS

18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

BASKETBALL GIRLS

Venues:  ISM & St. Constantine

POOL A POOL B  
St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Juhudi (Tz)
Nabisunsa (Ug) Machame (Tz)
Joseph & Mary (Tz) St. Noa (Ug)
Okeeswa (Tz) LST Gitega (Bu)
  Ste. Bernadette (Rw) Buruburu (Ke)    
  Kaya Tiwi (Ke) LDK (Rw)    

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  9.00am A St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Vs Nabisunsa (Ug)    
  9.00am A Joseph & Mary (Tz) Vs Okeeswa (Tz)    
  9.00am A Ste. Bernadette (Rw) Vs Kaya Tiwi (Ke)    
  11.00am B Juhudi (Tz) Vs Machame (Tz)    
  11.00am B St. Noa (Ug) Vs LST Gitega (Bu)    
  11.00am B Buruburu (Ke) Vs LDK (Rw)    

DAY 3    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B LDK (Rw) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    
  9.00am B LST Gitega (Bu) Vs Buruburu (Ke)    
  9.00am B Machame (Tz) Vs St. Noa (Ug)    
  3.00PM A Kaya Tiwi (Ke) Vs St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug)    
  3.00PM A Okeeswa (Tz) Vs Ste. Bernadette (Rw)    
  3.00PM A Nabisunsa (Ug) Vs Joseph & Mary (Tz)    

DAY 4    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Ste. Bernadette (Rw) Vs Nabisunsa (Ug)    
  9.00am A Kaya Tiwi (Ke) Vs Okeeswa (Tz)    
  9.00am A St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Vs Joseph & Mary (Tz)    
  3.00PM B Buruburu (Ke) Vs Machame (Tz)    
  3.00PM B LDK (Rw) Vs LST Gitega (Bu)    
  3.00PM B Juhudi (Tz) Vs St. Noa (Ug)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B LST Gitega (Bu) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    
  9.00am B Machame (Tz) Vs LDK (Rw)    
  9.00am B St. Noa (Ug) Vs Buruburu (Ke)    
  3.00PM A St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Vs Okeeswa (Tz)    
  3.00PM A Nabisunsa (Ug) Vs Kaya Tiwi (Ke)    
  3.00PM A Joseph & Mary (Tz) Vs Ste. Bernadette (Rw)    

DAY 6    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Kaya Tiwi (Ke) Vs Joseph & Mary (Tz)    
  9.00am A St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Vs Ste. Bernadette (Rw)    
  9.00am A Okeeswa (Tz) Vs Nabisunsa (Ug)    
  3.00PM B Juhudi (Tz) Vs Buruburu (Ke)    
  3.00PM B LDK (Rw) Vs St. Noa (Ug)    
  3.00PM B LST Gitega (Bu) Vs Machame (Tz)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019          SEMI FINALS     

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners Up Pool B    
  9.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                                 23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY OFFS

  9.00am   Loser Match 31 Vs Loser Match 32    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                                 24TH AUGUST 2019           FINALS

  10.00am   Winner Match 31 Vs Winner Match 32    

FEDERATION OF EAST AFRICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS

18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

VOLLEYBALL BOYS

Venue: St. Constantine

POOL A POOL B  
PS Karubanda (Rw) Mogonga (Ke)
Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw) Mbogo Mixed (Ug)
Lelmokwo(Ke) Dynamic (Ug)
Twangoma (Tz) IPRC Karongi (Rw)
STAHIZA (Ug) Milambo (Tz)

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  9.00am A PS Karubanda (Rw) Vs Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw)    
  11.00am A Lelmokwo(Ke) Vs Twangoma (Tz)    
  11.00am B Mogonga (Ke) Vs Mbogo Mixed (Ug)    
  11.00am B IPRC Karongi (Rw) Vs Dynamic (Ug)    

DAY 3    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  11.00am A Twangoma (Tz) Vs STAHIZA (Ug)    
  11.00am A Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw) Vs Lelmokwo(Ke)    
  3.00pm B Milambo (Tz) Vs Mogonga (Ke)    
  3.00pm B Mbogo Mixed (Ug) Vs IPRC Karongi (Rw)    

DAY 4    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B IPRC Karongi (Rw) Vs Mogonga (Ke)    
  9.00am B Milambo (Tz) Vs Mbogo Mixed (Ug)    
  3.00pm A Lelmokwo(Ke) Vs PS Karubanda (Rw)    
  3.00pm A STAHIZA (Ug) Vs Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  11.00am A PS Karubanda (Rw) Vs Twangoma (Tz)    
  11.00am A Lelmokwo(Ke) Vs STAHIZA (Ug)    
  3.00pm B Dynamic (Ug) Vs Mogonga (Ke)    
  3.00pm B IPRC Karongi (Rw) Vs Milambo (Tz)    

DAY 6    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Mbogo Mixed (Ug) Vs IPRC Karongi (Rw)    
  9.00am B Dynamic (Ug) Vs Milambo (Tz)    
  3.00pm A PS Karubanda (Rw) Vs STAHIZA (Ug)    
  3.00pm A Twangoma (Tz) Vs Don Bosco Gatenga (Rw)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY                          22ND AUGUST 2019          SEMI-FINALS     

  11.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners-Up Pool B    
  11.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners-Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                                 23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF       

  9.00am   Loser Match 21 Vs Loser Match 22    

DAY 9    SATURDAY          24TH AUGUST 2019           FINALS

  10.00am   Winner Match 21 Vs Winner Match 22    

FEDERATION OF EAST AFRICAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS SPORTS ASSOCIATIONS

18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH  – 24TH  AUGUST 2019

VOLLEYBALL GIRLS

Venue: St. Constantine

POOL A POOL B  
Kwanthanze (Ke) Cheptil  (Ke)
St. Alloys (Rw) Soweto (Ke)
Mkalapa (Tz) Trust High (Ug)
Kinawa High (Ug) GS Indangaburezi (Rw)
Makongo (Tz)
 

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  3.00Pm B Cheptil  (Ke) Vs Soweto (Ke)    
  3.00Pm B Trust High (Ug) Vs GS Indangaburezi (Rw)    

DAY 3    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Kwanthanze (Ke) Vs St. Alloys (Rw)    
  9.00am A Kinawa High (Ug) Vs Mkalapa (Tz)    
  3.00Pm B GS Indangaburezi (Rw) Vs Makongo (Tz)    
  3.00Pm B Soweto (Ke) Vs Trust High (Ug)    

DAY 4    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Trust High (Ug) Vs Cheptil  (Ke)    
  9.00am B Makongo (Tz) Vs Soweto (Ke)    
  3.00Pm A St. Alloys (Rw) Vs Kinawa High (Ug)    
  3.00Pm A Mkalapa (Tz) Vs Kwanthanze (Ke)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES 

  9.00am B Cheptil  (Ke) Vs GS Indangaburezi (Rw)    
  9.00am B Trust High (Ug) Vs Makongo (Tz)    

DAY 6    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES 

  9.00am A Kwanthanze (Ke) Vs Kinawa High (Ug)    
  9.00am A St. Alloys (Rw) Vs Mkalapa (Tz)    
  3.00Pm B Makongo (Tz) Vs Cheptil  (Ke)    
  3.00Pm B GS Indangaburezi (Rw) Vs Soweto (Ke)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019          SEMI-FINALS

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners Up Pool B    
  9.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                 24TH AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF & FINALS

  9.00am   Loser Match 19 Vs Loser Match 20    
  3.00pm   Winner Match 19 Vs Winner Match 20    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

HANDBALL BOYS

Venue: TGT

POOL A   POOL B  
Adegi (Rw)   Kakungulu Memorial (Ug)
College Gisenyi (Rw)   Gombe SS (Ug)
St. Lucia (Ug)   ES Kigoma (Rw)
Mbooni (Ke)   St. Luke’s Kimilili (Ke)
Kilombero SS (Tz)   Vwawa (Tz)
    Mwanakwerekwe (Zan)

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  11.00am A Adegi (Rw) Vs College Gisenyi (Rw)    
  11.00am A Mbooni (Ke) Vs Kilombero SS (Tz)    
  3.00PM B Kakungulu Memorial (Ug) Vs Gombe SS (Ug)    
  3.00PM B ES Kigoma (Rw) Vs St. Luke’s Kimilili (Ke)    
  3.00PM B Vwawa (Tz) Vs Mwanakwerekwe (Zan)    

DAY 3    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  11.00am B Mwanakwerekwe (Zan) Vs Kakungulu Memorial (Ug)    
  11.00am B St. Luke’s Kimilili (Ke) Vs Vwawa (Tz)    
  11.00am B Gombe SS (Ug) Vs ES Kigoma (Rw)    
  3.00PM A Kilombero SS (Tz) Vs Adegi (Rw)    
  3.00PM A College Gisenyi (Rw) Vs St. Lucia (Ug)    

DAY 4    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  11.00am A Adegi (Rw) Vs St. Lucia (Ug)    
  11.00am A Mbooni (Ke) Vs College Gisenyi (Rw)    
  3.00PM B Kakungulu Memorial (Ug) Vs ES Kigoma (Rw)    
  3.00PM B Vwawa (Tz) Vs Gombe SS (Ug)    
  3.00PM B Mwanakwerekwe (Zan) Vs St. Luke’s Kimilili (Ke)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  11.00am B Gombe SS (Ug) Vs Mwanakwerekwe (Zan)    
  11.00am B St. Luke’s Kimilili (Ke) Vs Kakungulu Memorial (Ug)    
  11.00am B ES Kigoma (Rw) Vs Vwawa (Tz)    
  3.00PM A College Gisenyi (Rw) Vs Kilombero SS (Tz)    
  3.00PM A St. Lucia (Ug) Vs Mbooni (Ke)    

DAY 6    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  11.00am A Adegi (Rw) Vs Mbooni (Ke)    
  11.00am A Kilombero SS (Tz) Vs St. Lucia (Ug)    
  3.00PM B Kakungulu Memorial (Ug) Vs Vwawa (Tz)    
  3.00PM B Mwanakwerekwe (Zan) Vs ES Kigoma (Rw)    
  3.00PM B St. Luke’s Kimilili (Ke) Vs Gombe SS (Ug)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY                          22ND AUGUST 2019          SEMI FINALS     

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners Up Pool B    
  9.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                 24TH AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY OFFS & FINALS

  9.00am   Loser Match 28 Vs Loser Match 29    
  2.00pm   Winner Match 28 Vs Winner Match 29    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

HANDBALL GIRLS

Venue: TGT

POOL A POOL B
Kibuli SS (Ug) Kawanda SS (Ug)
Kizuka (Tz) Mbogo High (Ug)
ES Kiziguro (Rw) Kilole (Tz)
Kamusinga Girls (Ke) Kirandich (Ke)

DAY 2    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  9.00am A Kibuli SS (Ug) Vs Kizuka (Tz)    
  9.00am A ES Kiziguro (Rw) Vs Kamusinga Girls (Ke)    
  2.00pm B Mbogo High (Ug) Vs Kawanda SS (Ug)    
  2.00pm B Kilole (Tz) Vs Kirandich (Ke)    

DAY 3    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Kirandich (Ke) Vs Kawanda SS (Ug)    
  9.00am B Kilole (Tz) Vs Mbogo High (Ug)    
  2.00pm A Kamusinga Girls (Ke) Vs Kibuli SS (Ug)    
  2.00pm A Kizuka (Tz) Vs ES Kiziguro (Rw)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES

  9.00am A Kibuli SS (Ug) Vs ES Kiziguro (Rw)    
  9.00am A Kamusinga Girls (Ke) Vs Kizuka (Tz)    
  2.00pm B Kawanda SS (Ug) Vs Kilole (Tz)    
  2.00pm B Mbogo High (Ug) Vs Kirandich (Ke)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY                          23RD AUGUST 2019           SEMI-FINALS     

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners-Up Pool B    
  9.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners-Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                 23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF & FINALS   

  9.00am   Loser Match 19 Vs Loser Match 20    
  3.00pm   Winner Match 19 Vs Winner Match 20    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      12TH – 19TH AUGUST 2019

NETBALL GIRLS

Venue: ISM

POOL A   POOL B
St. Noa (Ug)   Makongo (Tz)
Buddo SS (Ug)   Misungwi (Tz)
Kaya Tiwi (Ke)   Ngando (Ug)
Kilindi (Tz)   St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug)
  Nyakach (Ke)

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  2.00pm B Makongo (Tz) Vs Misungwi (Tz)    
  3.00pm B Ngando (Ug) Vs St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug)    

DAY 3    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Vs Nyakach (Ke)    
  10.00am B Misungwi (Tz) Vs Ngando (Ug)    

DAY 4    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A St. Noa (Ug) Vs Buddo SS (Ug)    
  11.00am A Kaya Tiwi (Ke) Vs Kilindi (Tz)    
  2.00pm B Ngando (Ug) Vs Makongo (Tz)    
  3.00pm B Nyakach (Ke) Vs Misungwi (Tz)    

DAY 5    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES 

  9.00am B Makongo (Tz) Vs St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug)    
  11.00am B Ngando (Ug) Vs Nyakach (Ke)    
  2.00pm A St. Noa (Ug) Vs Kilindi (Tz)    
  3.00pm A Buddo SS (Ug) Vs Kaya Tiwi (Ke)    

DAY 6    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES 

  9.00am A Kilindi (Tz) Vs Buddo SS (Ug)    
  11.00am A Kaya Tiwi (Ke) Vs St. Noa (Ug)    
  2.00pm B Nyakach (Ke) Vs Makongo (Tz)    
  3.00Pm B St. Mary’s Kitende (Ug) Vs Misungwi (Tz)    

DAY 7    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019         SEMI-FINALS

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners Up Pool B    
  11.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners Up Pool A    

DAY 8    FRIDAY                                 23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF & FINALS

  11.00am   Loser Match 21 Vs Loser Match 22    

DAY 9    SATURDAY                          24HT AUGUST 2019         3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF & FINALS

  9.30am   Winner Match 21 Vs Winner Match 22    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

RUGBY 15s BOYS (Round Robin)

Venue: ISM

Kakamega (Ke) Dagoretti (Ke) Kangaru (Ke)
Namilyango College (Ug) St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) Ntare School (Ug)
Okeeswa (Tz)    

DAY 1    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           LEAGUE

MATCH NO. TIME TEAMS SCORES
  9.00am Kakamega (Ke) Vs Kangaru (Ke)    
  11.00am Dagoretti (Ke) Vs Ntare School (Ug)    
  2.00pm St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) Vs Namilyango College (Ug)    

DAY 2    SUNDAY               18H AUGUST 2019            LEAGUE

  9.00am Namilyango College (Ug) Vs Okeeswa (Tz)    
  11.00am Ntare School (Ug) Vs St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug)    
  2.00pm Kangaru (Ke) Vs Dagoretti (Ke)    

DAY 3    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           LEAGUE

  9.00am Dagoretti (Ke) Vs Kakamega (Ke)    
  11.00am St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) Vs Kangaru (Ke)    
  2.00Pm Okeeswa (Tz) Vs Ntare School (Ug)    

DAY 4    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           LEAGUE

  9.00am Kakamega (Ke) Vs Namilyango College (Ug)    
  11.00am Kangaru (Ke) Vs Okeeswa (Tz)    
  2.00pm Dagoretti (Ke) Vs St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug)    

DAY 5    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           LEAGUE

  9.00am Namilyango College (Ug) Vs Ntare School (Ug)    
  11.00am Okeeswa (Tz) Vs Dagoretti (Ke)    
  2.00pm St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) Vs Kakamega (Ke)    

DAY 6    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019          LEAGUE

  9.00am St. Mary’s Kisubi (Ug) Vs Okeeswa (Tz)    
  11.00am Kakamega (Ke) Vs Ntare School (Ug)    
  2.00pm Kangaru (Ke) Vs Namilyango College (Ug)    

DAY 7    FRIDAY                                 24TH AUGUST 2019           LEAGUE

  8.00am Ntare School (Ug) Vs Kangaru (Ke)    
  10.00pm Okeeswa (Tz) Vs Kakamega (Ke)    
  12.00pm Namilyango College (Ug) Vs Dagoretti (Ke)    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

RUGBY 7s BOYS (Round Robin)

Venue: ISM                                        Fixtures to be done at the venue

Upper Hill (Ke) Laiser Hill  (Ke) St. Peter’s Mumias (Ke)
Kiira College (Ug) Jinja SS (Ug) Hana International (Ug)
Okeeswa (Tz)

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

HOCKEY BOYS

Venue:  St. Constantine                                               

POOL A   POOL B
St. Antony’s (Ke)   St. Mary’s, Kisubi (Ug)
Namilyango College (Ug)   FS Kamusinga (Ke)
Ntare School (Ug)   Juhudi (Tz)
Meru School (Ke)   Kawempe Muslim (Ug)
 

 DAY 2   SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  11.00am A Ntare School (Ug) Vs Namilyango College (Ug)    
  11.00am A St. Antony’s (Ke) Vs Meru School (Ke)    
  4.00pm B St. Mary’s, Kisubi (Ug) Vs Kawempe Muslim (Ug)    
  4.00pm B FS Kamusinga (Ke) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    

DAY 3    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES

  11.00am B FS Kamusinga (Ke) Vs St. Mary’s, Kisubi (Ug)    
  11.00am B Kawempe Muslim (Ug) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    
  4.00pm A Meru School (Ke) Vs Ntare School (Ug)    
  4.00pm A Namilyango College (Ug) Vs St. Antony’s (Ke)    

DAY 4    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES

  11.00am A Ntare School (Ug) Vs St. Antony’s (Ke)    
  11.00am A Meru School (Ke) Vs Namilyango College (Ug)    
  4.00pm B St. Mary’s, Kisubi (Ug) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    
  4.00pm B FS Kamusinga (Ke) Vs Kawempe Muslim (Ug)    

DAY 5    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           SEMIS-FINALS

  11.00am Winner Pool A Vs Runners-Up Pool B    
  11.00am Winner Pool B Vs Runners-Up Pool A    

DAY 6    THURSDAY          23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY’OFFS

  10.30am Loser Match 13 Vs Loser Match 14    

DAY 7    FRIDAY                 2              3RD AUGUST 2019             FINALS

  3.30pm Winner Match 13 Vs Winner Match 14    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

HOCKEY GIRLS

Venue: St. Constantine

POOL A POOL B
St. Cecilia, Misikhu (Ke) Juhudi (Tz)
Bweranyange (Ug) Kakungulu Memorial (Ug)
Old Kampala (Ug) St. John’s, Kaloleni (Ke)
Nyamira Girls (Ke) St. Mary’s, Namagunga (Ug)
Lindi (Tz)    

DAY 2    SATURDAY          17TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

MATCH NO. TIME POOL TEAMS SCORES
  11.00am A Old Kampala (Ug) Vs Bweranyange (Ug)    
  11.00am A St. Cecilia, Misikhu (Ke) Vs Nyamira Girls (Ke)    

DAY 2    SUNDAY               18TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am B Namagunga (Ug) Vs Kakungulu Memorial. (Ug)    
  9.00am B St. John’s, Kaloleni (Ke) Vs Juhudi (Tz)    
  2.00pm A Nyamira Girls (Ke) Vs Lindi (Tz)    
  2.00pm A Bweranyange (Ug) Vs St. Cecilia, Misikhu (Ke)    

DAY 3    MONDAY             19TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  2.00pm A St. Cecilia, Misikhu (Ke) Vs Old Kampala (Ug)    
  2.00pm A Lindi (Tz) Vs Bweranyange (Ug)    

DAY 4    TUESDAY             20TH AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES               

  9.00am A Old Kampala (Ug) Vs Nyamira Girls (Ke)    
  9.00am A Lindi (Tz) Vs Bweranyange (Ug)    
  2.00pm B Juhudi (Tz) Vs Namagunga (Ug)    
  2.00pm B Kakungulu Memorial (Ug) Vs St. John’s, Kaloleni (Ke)    

DAY 5    WEDNESDAY      21ST AUGUST 2019           PRELIMINARIES

  9.00am B Namagunga (Ug) Vs St. John’s, Kaloleni (Ke)    
  9.00am B Juhudi (Tz) Vs Kakungulu Memorial (Ug)    
  2.00pm A Lindi (Tz) Vs Old Kampala (Ug)    
  2.00pm A Nyamira Girls (Ke) Vs Bweranyange (Ug)    

DAY 6    THURSDAY          22ND AUGUST 2019          SEMI-FINALS

  9.00am   Winner Pool A Vs Runners-Up Pool B    
  9.00am   Winner Pool B Vs Runners-Up Pool A    

DAY 7    FRIDAY                                 23RD AUGUST 2019           3RD PLACE PLAY-OFF & FINALS   

  9.00am   Loser Match 17 Vs Loser Match 18    
  2.00pm   Winner Match 17 Vs Winner Match 18    

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA 12TH – 19TH AUGUST 2019

BADMINTON

Venue: St. Constantine

Dates    –              19th to 22nd August                           Fixtures to be done at the venue

BOYS GIRLS
Almadratus (Tz) Almadratus (Tz)
Kenya 1 Kenya 1
Kenya 2 Kenya 2
Kibuli SS (Ug) Mbogo High (Ug)
Kakungulu Memorial (Ug) Hana International (Ug)
Kinaawa High, Kawempe (Ug) Kibuli SS (Ug)

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA 17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

TABLE TENNIS

Venue: St. Constantine

Dates    – 19th to 23rd August                                         Fixtures to be done at the venue

BOYS                                                                                                     GIRLS

  1. Morogoro (Tz)                                                                           Goba Mpakani (Tz)
  2. Bagamoyo (Tz)                                                                          Babati Day (Tz)
  3. GS Rilima (Rw)                                                                           LDK (Rw)
  4. TTC de La Salle (Rw)                                                                                Kenya
  5. Kenya 1                                                                                        Mbogo Mixed (Ug)
  6. Kenya 2                                                                                        St. Michael International (Ug)
  7. Mbogo College (Ug)                                                                               Mbogo College (Ug)                                                      
  8. Sseta High Green (Ug)
  9. St. Michael International (Ug)

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

LAWN TENNIS                  

Venue  :               TGT

Dates    :               17th to 22nd August                                           Fixtures to be done at the venue

BOYS ISM SS (Tz) IPRC Kigali (Rw) Musanze Polytechnic (Rw) Kenya 1 Kenya 2 Kibuli SS (Ug) Kololo SS (Ug)   GIRLS ISM SS (Tz) IPRC Kigali (Rw) Kibuli SS (Ug) Mount St. Mary, Namagunga (Ug) Mary Hill (Ug) Kenya 1 Kenya 2

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

ATHLETICS

Venue  :               Sheikh Abeid Stadium  

Dates    :               22nd and 23rd August                                       Fixtures to be done at the venue

BOYS GIRLS
Kenya Kenya
Uganda Uganda
TANZANIA TANZANIA
Rwanda Rwanda

Zanzibar                                               Zanzibar              

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

SWIMMING      

Venues:               ISM                                       

Dates    :               17th & 18th August                                            Fixtures to be done at the venue

BOYS GIRLS
Kenya Kenya
Uganda Uganda
TANZANIA TANZANIA
Rwanda Rwanda
Burundi Burundi

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18TH EDITION      ARUSHA, TANZANIA      17TH – 24TH AUGUST 2019

PRIMARY SOCCER BOYS (Round Robin)

Venue:                                 St. Constantine                                                 Fixtures to be done at the venue

Kenya Masumbwe (Tz) Mbagala Kuu (Tz) Mahina (Tz)
Oasis Annex Arua (Ug) Ray of Grace Buikwe (Ug) Standard Junior (Ug)  
       

PRIMARY SOCCER GIRLS (Round Robin)

Venue  :               St. Constantine                                                 Fixtures to be done at the venue

Kenya Kahororo (Tz) Mangucha (Tz) Rafiki Foundation (Tz)
       

PRIMARY NETBALL GIRLS (Round Robin)

Venue  :               ISM                                                        Fixtures to be done at the venue

Archbishop Nakirebe (Ug) Heritage (Ug) Azimio (Tz) Chemichemi (Tz)
 

PRIMARY VOLLEYBALL BOYS (Round Robin)

Venue  :               St. Constantine                                                 Fixtures to be done at the venue

GS Kigeme B (Rw) CS Nyamagumba (Rw)
Adesso (Ug)

PRIMARY VOLLEYBALL GIRLS (Round Robin)

Venue  :               St. Constantine                                                 Fixtures to be done at the venue

Kenya  

GOAL BALL         

BOYS                                     GIRLS

Kenya                                   Kenya

Tanzania                              Tanzania                                             

Available job vacancies at Kisii National Polytechnic; Specifications and application procedure

Available Job vacancies in Kenya.
Available Job vacancies in Kenya.

KNP/JOB ADVERT/005/019 23RD JULY, 2019
Kisii National Polytechnic seeks to recruit competent and qualified individuals to the following vacant positions.

  1. CARPENTER (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 5
    REPORTS TO: ESTATES OFFICER

    This position is responsible for making woodwork products such as tables, desks, chairs, fitting cabinets and carries out general woodwork repairs in the institution.
    Main Duties
     Construct building frameworks like doorframes, windows and wall cabinets when needed to facilitate smooth operations in the institutions’ day to day operations.
     Inspects damaged wooden structures and repair them to enhance their usefulness and reduce deterioration.
     Select and specify the construction raw materials required to ensure the institution gets quality of required materials.
     Develop structures as instructed by user department and ensure the products meet the institutions functional needs.
     Maintain and repair wooden structures to enhance usefulness of the structures and support the institutions operations.
     Follows laid out process and procedures in his operations to ensure compliance with health and safety standards.
     Assists students during their practicals by providing direction on handling and usage of tools.
     Clean the workshop and arrange the tools to create a safe and functional operating environment.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Craft Certificate in Carpentry or equivalent from a recognized institution.
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three (3) years’ experience.
  2. FASHION AND DESIGN TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT FASHION DESIGN AND CLOTHING TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

    This position is responsible in the provision of technical support to the trainer in charge of the section, contributing to trainees’ learning experience by assisting with the preparation of equipment and machinery for practical work to promote understanding of course work and innovation

    Main Duties
     Provide support to trainers and trainees in solving technical problems and practicals
     Maintain workshop inventories by receiving, issuing tools and materials in the workshop and ensure sufficient materials in the workshop
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and accidents reported to the section head
     Requisition for consumables to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner and organize in a way that they are easily traced
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all the workshop equipment for approval by head of department and maintain requisite records on servicing schedule on various equipment and machinery to ensure the schedule is adhered to.
     Advise the head of department on the budgeting requirement of the workshop to ensure that all the requirements of the workshop are budgeted for
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machinery to promote safety in the workshop.
     Provide procurement specifications for workshop equipment to be purchased to ensure purchase of the correct equipment/machinery
     Report breakdown of machinery and equipment to the head of the section to advise on replacement needs
     Supervise cleaning of the workshop to promote general cleanliness of the workshop and equipment and provide a conducive environment for trainings and practicals
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Fashion Design from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
  3. FOOD AND BEVERAGE TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT FOOD AND BEVERAGE

    This position is responsible in the provision of technical support to the trainer in charge of the section, contributing to trainees’ learning experience by assisting with the preparation of equipment and machinery for practical work to promote understanding of course work and innovation
    Main Duties
     Provide support to trainers and trainees in solving technical problems and practicals
     Maintain workshop inventories by receiving, issuing tools and materials in the workshop and ensure sufficient materials in the workshop
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and accidents reported to the section head
     Requisition for consumables to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner and organize in a way that they are easily traced
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all the workshop equipment for approval by head of department and maintain requisite records on servicing schedule on various equipment and machinery to ensure the schedule is adhered to.
     Advise the head of department on the budgeting requirement of the workshop to ensure that all the requirements of the workshop are budgeted for
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machinery to promote safety in the workshop.
     Provide procurement specifications for workshop equipment to be purchased to ensure purchase of the correct equipment/machinery
     Report breakdown of machinery and equipment to the head of the section to advise on replacement needs
     Supervise cleaning of the workshop to promote general cleanliness of the workshop and equipment and provide a conducive environment for trainings and practicals
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Food and Beverage from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
  4. DEPUTY PROCUREMENT OFFICER (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 9
    REPORTS TO: PROCUREMENT OFFICER

    This position is responsible for procuring goods, works and services to ensure the institution’s requirements are met in accordance with the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act.
    Main Duties
     Deputize the Procurement Officer in performing the designated duties.
     Train users on the procurement rules, policies and procedures to enhance compliance by the user department and consequently the institution as a whole.
     Ensure compliance with relevant procurement laws and regulations in order to reduce exposure to risks associated with noncompliance.
     Participate in the development/revision of the institution’s procurement policies and procedures.
     Coordinate day to day activities in the procurement department to ensure smooth running of the department’s activities.
     Update of supplier master file with the qualified suppliers to enhance ease in the procurement of goods, works and services.
     Liaising with the Central stores for stock taking and to ensure that the stock levels are maintained.
     Any other duties assigned
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have:
     Degree in supplies management or its equivalent from a recognized institution
     Must be a registered member of KISM
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     Must be conversant with the Public procurement and Asset Disposal Act
     At least three years’ experience

  5. STORE KEEPER (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: PROCUREMENT OFFICER

    This position is responsible for providing support in the management of store operations.
    Main Duties
     Attend to store enquiries to ensure user departments are well informed of available stock and the corresponding stock levels to support efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of service.
     Issue and receipt of stores for storage and for timely issuance to the user department.
     Maintain accurate and up to date store records for accountability purposes.
     Label the stock as received to support easy identification and to protect against theft.
     Conduct sock checks in order to identify wear or defects to ensure such stock is replaced and accounted for in the books of account for cost management purposes.
     Provide suggestions on areas of improvement in the management of stock to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of service.
     Arrange received goods in the store to support ease in accessibility and retrieval, and to minimize accidents.
     Any other duties assigned
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Supplies management or storekeeping or its equivalent from a recognized institution.
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     Knowledge of Public Procurement and assets disposal Act and regulations
     Three (3) years’ experience in store keeping.
  6. NURSE (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: DEAN OF STUDENTS

    This position is responsible for assessing patients and clients through provision of appropriate healthcare services in the institution.
    Main Duties
     Assess, plan, implement nursing interventions and evaluate patients’ outcome.
     Examine, diagnose and treat patients in the Clinic.
     Regulate and monitor patient flow and progress by preparing patients for examination and assisting the clinical officer with procedure.
     Administer prescriptions as may be directed by the clinical officer and perform minor treatment procedures to patients.
     Keep and maintain records of patient conditions to be used as future reference point for treatment of the patient.
     Keep records of issuance of drugs to patients as a basis for subsequent requisitions
     Ensure tidiness of the clinic/dispensary to foster good hygiene and good working conditions.
     Sterilize medical tools and equipment to avoid infection.
     Ensure appropriate referral of patients in cases that require advanced treatment.
     Ensure proper disposal of used tools such as syringes and medicine to mitigate accidents.
     Prepare requisition list of medicine and medical tools for review by the clinical officer.
     Provide first aid services to a patient in cases of emergencies. Supervise cleaning of the workshop to promote general cleanliness of the clinic and equipment and provide a conducive environment for provision of health services.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Community Nursing from Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC).
     Must be registered by nursing council of Kenya.
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
  7. DEPUTY HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 10
    REPORTS TO: HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER

    This position is responsible for provision of assistance in supervision of staff in the various administrative support service areas and promoting staff welfare.
    Main Duties
     Provide assistance in the implementation of the human resource management and administration policies and ensure compliance with government legal and statutory requirement.
     Coordinate office services in the institution to ensure all operations run smoothly.
     Draft letters of appointment, probation and promotion for review, approval and validation by human resource officer.
     Administer staff appraisal and comply annual appraisal report for review by the human resource officer.
     Respond to staff’s queries on basic human resource matters to provide clarity on issues of concern.
     Maintain accurate and up to date employee records
     Gather and compile all information relating to trainings needs from all the departments to facilitate proper planning of training programmes.
     Inducting new employees.
     Administering compensation and benefits.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have:
     Degree in Human Resource Management from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     Member of IHRM.
     Knowledge of the employment Act and Labour Laws.
     Three (3) years of relevant working experience.

  8. BIOLOGY TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT APPLIED SCIENCE.

    This position is responsible in provision of technical support to the head of applied science and trainees, contributing to students’ learning experience by assisting with the preparation of
    materials and apparatus for practical work, innovating and creating new equipment.
    Main Duties
     Set up and dismantle apparatus and equipment for demonstrations and practical lessons, as requested and detailed by teaching staff.
     Run trials of experiments prior to classes and then demonstrate techniques for experiments to the trainees to ensure the practical session runs smoothly.
     Perform demonstrations and provide technical support to the trainees during the practicals
     Maintain laboratory inventory and ensure that all the required equipment and chemicals are available for use when required.
     Requisition laboratory consumable to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner to ensure laboratory operations runs smoothly.
     Maintain safety storage of laboratory chemicals and equipment to prevent incidences of accidents in the laboratory.
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all laboratory equipment’s for approval by the section head to ensure that all laboratory equipment are in good working condition.
     Ensure safe disposal of laboratory waste as per the occupational safety and health standards.
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and all accidents are reported to the section head.
     Advice the section head on the budgeting requirement for the laboratory to ensure that all the laboratory requirement are factored in the budget to promote smooth trainings.
     Maintain all requisite records on the use of various laboratory equipment’s and chemicals for accountability and future reference.
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machine to ensure safety in the laboratory and ensure they are disposed by the safety disposal guideline.
     Report any breakdown of equipment to the section head for purposes of decision making on replacements.
     Supervise cleaning of laboratory and equipment therein to ensure efficient operation of the laboratory.
     Keep up to date with relevant scientific and technical development that will save on time and improve reliability.
     Maintain workshop inventories by receiving, issuing tools and materials in the workshop and ensure sufficient materials in the workshop
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and accidents reported to the section head
     Requisition for consumables to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner and organize in a way that they are easily traced
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all the workshop equipment for approval by head of department and maintain requisite records on servicing schedule on various equipment and machinery to ensure the schedule is adhered to.
     Advise the section head on the budgeting requirement of the workshop to ensure that all the requirements of the workshop are budgeted for
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machinery to promote safety in the workshop.
     Any other duties assigned.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have:
     Diploma in Applied Biology from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
     Knowledge of Occupational safety and Health Act.
  9. FOOD SCIENCE TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT APPLIED SCIENCE.

    This position is responsible in the provision of technical support to the trainer in charge of the section, contributing to trainees’ learning experience by assisting with the preparation of equipment and machinery for practical work to promote understanding of course work and innovation
    Main Duties
     Provide support to trainers and trainees in solving technical problems and practicals.
     Maintain workshop inventories by receiving, issuing tools and materials in the workshop and ensure sufficient materials in the workshop
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and accidents reported to the section head
     Requisition for consumables to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner and organize in a way that they are easily traced
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all the workshop equipment for approval by head of department and maintain requisite records on servicing schedule on various equipment and machinery to ensure the schedule is adhered to.
     Advise the head of department on the budgeting requirement of the workshop to ensure that all the requirements of the workshop are budgeted for
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machinery to promote safety in the workshop.
     Provide procurement specifications for workshop equipment to be purchased to ensure purchase of the correct equipment/machinery
     Report breakdown of machinery and equipment to the head of the department to advise on replacement needs
     Supervise cleaning of the workshop to promote general cleanliness of the workshop and equipment and provide a conducive environment for trainings and practicals
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have:
     Diploma in Food Science Technology from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
     Knowledge of Occupational safety and Health Act.

  10. ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE

    This position is responsible in the provision of technical support to the trainer in charge of the section, contributing to trainees’ learning experience by assisting with the preparation of equipment and machinery for practical work to promote understanding of course work and innovation
    Main Duties
     Provide support to trainers and trainees in solving technical problems and practicals.
     Maintain workshop inventories by receiving, issuing animals, tools and materials in the workshop and ensure sufficient materials in the workshop
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and accidents reported to the section head
     Requisition for animals, consumables to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner and organized in a way that they are easily traced
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all the workshop equipment for approval by head of department and maintain requisite records on servicing schedule on various equipment and machinery to ensure the schedule is adhered to.
     Advise the head of department on the budgeting requirement of the workshop to ensure that all the requirements of the workshop are budgeted for
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machinery to promote safety in the workshop.
     Provide procurement specifications for animals, workshop equipment to be purchased to ensure purchase of the correct equipment/machinery
     Report breakdown of machinery and equipment to the head of the department to advise on replacement needs
     Supervise cleaning of the workshop to promote general cleanliness of the workshop and equipment and provide a conducive environment for trainings and practicals
     Diagnosis of animal diseases.
     Take care of animals.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Animal Health from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
     Must be registered with relevant professional body
     Knowledge of Occupational safety and Health Act.
  11. HAIR DRESSING AND BEAUTY TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7 REPORTS TO: HEAD OF DEPARTMENT APPLIED SCIENCE.
    This position is responsible in the provision of technical support to the lecturer in charge of the section, contributing to students’ learning experience by assisting with the preparation of equipment and machinery for practical work to promote understanding of course work and innovation
    Main Duties
     Provide support to trainers and trainees in solving technical problems and practicals.
     Maintain workshop inventories by receiving, issuing tools and materials in the workshop and ensure sufficient materials in the workshop
     Observe and ensure health and safety procedures are practiced and enforced and accidents reported to the section head
     Requisition for consumables to ensure they are replenished in a timely manner and organize in a way that they are easily traced
     Prepare maintenance schedule for all the workshop equipment for approval by head of department and maintain requisite records on servicing schedule on various equipment and machinery to ensure the schedule is adhered to.
     Advise the head of department on the budgeting requirement of the workshop to ensure that all the requirements of the workshop are budgeted for
     Segregate non-functional equipment and machinery to promote safety in the workshop.
     Provide procurement specifications for workshop equipment to be purchased to ensure purchase of the correct equipment/machinery
     Report breakdown of machinery and equipment to the head of the section to advise on replacement needs
     Supervise cleaning of the workshop to promote general cleanliness of the workshop and equipment and provide a conducive environment for trainings and practical
     Any other duties assigned.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
     Knowledge of Occupational safety and Health Act.
  12. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: DEAN OF STUDENTS.

    This position is responsible in the provision of cleanliness of the institution.
    Main Duties
     Ensure environmental cleanliness
     Handle conservation and water management
     Deal with waste and disposal management.
     Ensure quality food management
     Inspection of all human foods
     Ensure that food handlers adhere to public health regulations
     Advice management on health status of the institution.
     Carry periodical supervision of the environmental cleanliness of the institution.
    Advice measures to curb emerging health concerns.
     Any other duties assigned.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Environmental Health/Public Health from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     At least three years’ experience in a relevant field.
     Knowledge of Occupational safety and Health Act.
  13. DEPUTY LIBRARIAN (1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 10
    REPORTS TO: LIBRARIAN.

    This position is responsible to ensure that library books and reading resource materials are easily accessible by all staff in the institution for enhanced competence development.
    Main Duties
     Deputize the Librarian in her absence
     Supervise staff in the Library to ensure flow of work and ensure timely achievements of the deliverables
     Ensure security of information materials and office equipment.
     Responding to Front desk enquiries
     Coordinate with the Librarian to ensure Library computerized security system is in good working condition.
     Stock taking as authorized by the Librarian.
     Ensure catalogue of all new information materials to ensure that they are well placed in the shelves for easy accessibility by the users.
     Ensure classification of books and material on the shelf and reference for easy retrieval by the library users.
     Ensuring observance of Library rules, regulations and procedures.
     Updating of the accessions register and data entry.
     Any other duties assigned.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Degree in Information Studies or its equivalent from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     Must be a member of Kenya Library Association
     Computer Literate.
     Three (3) years of relevant working experience
  14. ACCOUNTANTS (2 POSTS) JOB GROUP KP 10
    REPORTS TO: FINANCE OFFICER.

    This position is responsible for accounting for monthly transactions, management of cash flows, maintenance of the general ledger, and for the preparation of the statutory accounts.
    Additionally, the position manages the accounting system to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of financial services to the user directorates and departments.
    Main Duties
     Prepare of statutory returns to ensure full compliance with laws and regulations in order to reduce risks from noncompliance.
     Maintain accounts records for accountability purposes.
     Coordinate preparation of timely and proper bank reconciliation statements to show the correct liquidity of the institution.
     Monitor and control the institutions expenditure as per the allocated budget for accountability purpose and to ensure that there is no misuse of funds.
     Monitor the institution cash flow to ensure availability of funds at all times, to support smooth operations in the institution.
     Generate monthly financial statements/reports/accounts for the management to make informed financial decisions.
     Preparation of final accounts and statements to present the fair view of financial status/position of the institution.
     Well versed with IPSAS accrual.
     Any other duties assigned.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Degree in Accounting or related field from recognized institution.
     CPA K and ICPAK membership
     Must have done accounting packages and able to demonstrate.
     Four (4) years’ experience in Accounting.
  15. MARKETING OFFICER(1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 9
    REPORTS TO: REGISTRAR.

    This position is responsible for marketing the institution.
    Main Duties
     Assist in developing and implement polytechnic marketing strategies.
     Organize and attend marketing activities or events to raise awareness of Polytechnic activities.
     Plan advertising and promotional campaigns for courses in a variety of media.
     Conduct market research to identify opportunities for promotion and growth.
     Prepare content for the publication of marketing material and oversee distribution.
     Liaise with stakeholders to promote success of educational activities and polytechnic presence.
     Collaborate with managers in preparing budgets and monitoring expenses.
     Evaluate success of polytechnic marketing activities.
     Keep accurate and up to date evaluation records of polytechnic marketing activities.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Degree in Marketing or its equivalent from a recognized institution.
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     Three (3) years’ experience in Marketing.

  16. DEPUTY SECURITY OFFICER(1 POST) JOB GROUP KP 7
    REPORTS TO: SECURITY OFFICER.

    This position is responsible for maintenance of security in the institution and implementation of policies and procedures in line with work plans and schedules as determined by the security officer
    Main Duties
     Coordinate security solutions in line with operational work plans and schedules in accordance to the agreed framework to facilitate effective and efficient operations in the security department.
     Confirm authorization of all equipment entering and leaving the institution to protect assets and persons in the institution.
     Resist unauthorized persons from gaining access to the institution to ensure compliance to procedures and safety in the institution.
     Direct visitors to assigned service areas to ensure seamless flow of operations and good visit experience at the institution.
     Carry out regular patrols around the institution to ensure its entire staff and assets are safe.
     Participate periodically in risk assessment and security audits in accordance to work plans, to inform on key priority areas to facilitate compliance and security standards.
     During fire safety drills, coordinate the clearance of office premises and of all persons and maintain control during emergency situations to ensure accountability.
    REQUIREMENTS
    The applicants must have
     Diploma in Security studies or a related field from a recognized institution
     Proficiency in Computer skills
     Two (2) years’ experience.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested and qualified applicants are requested to submit their handwritten applications, curriculum vitae, and copies of certificates, ID and other testimonials to the undersigned on or before 16th Aug, 2019 at 4pm. The applicant must have Computer certificate, a certificate of good conduct, HELB clearance certificate and KRA clearance certificate.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Send your application to;

The Principal/Secretary,
Governing Council,
Kisii National Polytechnic,
P.O Box 222-40200,
KISII.

Good luck.

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