The Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government is set to hire 9,000 data entry and verification clerks countrywide. The clerks will assist the Ministry to digitize its records.
Here is the circular sent to all Subcounty registrars, with complete information;
‘This is in regard to a circular Ref. No. CR/ADM/COM/091/182, where you were required to submit the number of digitized records and office space availability.
The undigitized records were compiled as per the sub counties and the total number of undigitized records are 30,059,474.00.
In this regard the Department has planned for digitization of all record which will be done in all the 112 sub-counties from 15th July to 15th August, 2019.
For the exercise to be successful we require to engage 9,000 clerks across the country. The number of clerks to be engaged was calculated based on the number of days i.e. 30 days and that each data entry clerk is expected to key in 150 records per day and verification clerk 450 records per day.
Therefore, you are required to recruit clerks in your sub county as per the attached list and identify the space within the DCC compound to accommodate the clerks for 30 days if CRS office in the sub county cannot accommodate the clerks you have been allocated.
The qualifications of clerks are as follows:
1). Must have a KCSE Certificate.
2). Having a Certificate in computer application.
3). Competency in Data Entry – A data entry clerk is expected to key in a minimum of 150 Records and a verification clerk to verify a minimum of 450 record per day.
4)./Must have a laptop – Clerks to be engaged/must come with their/Laptops.
5). Must be available during the entire period of Digitization.
A list of the recruited clerks should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and a copy to email@example.com.
You are also reminded to ensure that your records are scanned up to date as you have been trained and supplied with high speed scanners.
Number of required clerks per Subcounty
See the number of required clerks per Subcounty, below;