POSITION: Clerk 2 at Immigration-Visa Section
The Clerk / Visa Section shall under the direction, control and guidance of the Immigration Attache perform the following duties and responsibilities regarding visa processing, mail management and banking duties:-
a) Processing Visa stickers such as filling the visa stickers details and inputting into the visa pages on passports
b) Processing Emergency Travel documents such as filling details into the documents
c) Processing of pet licences such as filling details into the documents
d) Advising callers regarding application requirements and procedures over the phone;
e) Banking all revenue:-postal orders and cheques collected from the counter services
f) Management of mails and parcels to and from the post such as act as a postman/lady;
g) Managing the mail database such as opening incoming mails, recording and distributing;
h) Post room duties including franking letters, keeping a record of incoming and outgoing mails/parcels, posting all sectional parcels and letters;
i) Alternate counter services officer
j) Perform any other duties as directed by the Head of Mission or any responsible officer.
1) KCSE Certificate with a minimum grade C- (minus) or equivalent
2) Basic professional Certificate
3) Recommendation for exemplary work performance
4) Two (2) years experience as a clerk or equivalent
This position is for a duration of twenty three (23) months, and the successful applicant(s) will be subject to Kenya High Commission Terms and Conditions of Service, as well as applicable UK laws and regulations.
Applicants should submit letter of application indicating post applied for and attach curriculum vitae, copies of academic and professional certificates, proof of residency and permission to undertake employment in United Kingdom and any other relevant testimonials to:
Kenya High Commission
45 Portland Place,
LONDON W1B IAS
and send scanned copies to: email@example.com
Applications should reach the Kenya High Commission on or before 18th December, 2020 latest 12:00pm GMT.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview during, which they will be required to produce original academic and professional certificates, proof of residency and permission to undertake employment in United Kingdom.
Successful candidates are expected to start working by 2nd January, 2021.