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HOW TO APPLY FOR NAIROBI EXPRESSWAY JOBS ONLINE

Nairobi Expressway has announced that it is hiring degree and diploma holders to serve on the highway as soon as construction is complete.

An opinion obtained exclusively by CEN Monday, September 6, reported that road managers are looking to hire 36 toll plotters and 2 bookkeepers for the service.

The highway is under construction thanks to a partnership between the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) and the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC).

The toll station attendants will be trained to take on managerial positions in the future.

Their duties will include collecting payments from customers and issuing receipts, refunds, balances and tickets to motorists.

Other roles will provide customer service, as well as accurate data entry and record keeping for cash payments.

For account clerks, successful candidates will be responsible for financial analysis and reporting as well as bookkeeping.

Other roles will include ensuring the efficient administration of the petty cash and preparing the detailed daily cash analysis. G4S SALARY SCALE AND REQUIREMENTS

Qualifications

Toll attendants should have a degree in any field from a recognized university, have strong written and verbal communication skills, good computer skills and should be willing to learn.

Applicants should also be between the ages of 20 and 35 and should be prepared to work with minimal supervision.

Candidates for account clerks must have a degree in commerce or business management – accounting option and must be good in taxation and auditing.

They must also be between 20 and 35 years old and must have a professional commitment

How to register

All interested persons should send their curriculum vitae clearly indicating the title of the position for which they are applying (whether it is a toll attendant or an accounting clerk) to nairobi.expressway.hr@outlook.com.

The expiration date is September 15, 2021.

The road, which is expected to be completed by June 2022, will have toll plazas for 27 years before being handed over to the Kenyan government.

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