Mining Ministry Announces Job Vacancies for Kenyans

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The State Department of Mining has announced the opening of various job vacancies.

The openings announced include 36 posts for geologists, 76 openings for Inspector of Mines, 22 Inspector of Explosives posts, 5 posts for Chemists, 4 Drilling Inspectors, laboratory technologists, laboratory technicians, and 15 Drilling Assistants.

In the statement announcing the vacancies, the State Department for Mining has reiterated its commitment to build on the pool of professionals and expertise in the mining sector to inject rapid transformation.

 The State Department wishes to turn this critical sector into a key pillar of Kenya’s Bottom-Up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA).

Kenya’s mineral endowment has the potential to catalyze growth, create jobs, bolster exports, and improve livelihoods at a monumental scale.

The mining sector, the Ministry says, has become a central fulcrum in the quest for ushering the country into an era of prosperity and social-economic transformation.

“Such progress isn’t achieved merely by chance but through dedicated and deliberate efforts to find individuals not only qualified but have burning passion, untiring dedication, unmatched efficiency and desire to trigger positive change to turn this noble vision into a reality’, said the statement.

This will be through streamlining and enhancing service delivery, bolstering enforcement, monitoring on compliance, and promoting safety standards amongst other critical functions.

Interested parties have been asked to apply through the www.publicservicejobs.go.ke portal to apply by the 13th of February 2024.

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