Overall purpose of the job: Reporting to Manager, Quality Assurance, the successful candidate will provide support in carrying out benchmarking and research, and documentation.
- Carry out research in relevant areas on legal education and training;
- Prepare comprehensive reports on trends in legal education and training;
- Make relevant recommendations based on research carried out;
- Undertake other duties as shall be assigned.
- Bachelors Degree in Law;
- Training and experience in the areas of Standards and accreditation;
- Must be an advocate of the High Court of Kenya;
- At least 2 years post qualification experience in a relevant field;
- Experience in conducting research;
- Good report writing skills;
- A team player, high level interpersonal skills;
- Ability to work with minimum supervision and adhere to set timeliness;
- Must be computer literate;
House Allowance: Kshs.24,000
Commuter Allowance: Kshs.8,000
How to Apply
- All applicants MUST be of the highest ethical standards, integrity and professionalism and comply with the requirements of Chapter six (6) of the Constitution of Kenya.
- Candidates will be required to produce evidence of clearance by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, Kenya Revenue Authority, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) Credit Reference Bureau and provide a Certificate of Good Conduct.
- All applications should include the job reference number, a reliable email address, day-time telephone contact and must be accompanied by a detailed curriculum vitae and copies of relevant certificates.
- CLICK HERE to apply online
- or send your application to:-
- The Secretary/Chief Executive Officer Council of Legal Education P. O. Box 829 – 00502 Karen, Nairobi
- So as to reach him not later than 4th March, 2016.
- Due to the high number of applications anticipated, it will not be possible for Council of Legal Education to respond to each application and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
- CLE is an equal opportunity employer.
- Women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply and clearly state that they are women or/and have disabilities.
- Prof. W. Kulundu-Bitonye, EBS Secretary/Chief Executive Officer Council of Legal Education