The Nairobi Metropolitan Services has shortlisted over 2100 applicants for Enforcement Constable jobs, commonly known as kanjos.
In a public notice on Monday, November 29, NMS announced interview dates for the 2,113 enforcement constable applicants.
The first lot of 1,063 candidates will be interviewed at 8:00 a.m, Wednesday, December 1 at City Stadium. The remaining 1,050 applicants are scheduled for interviews on Thursday beginning at 8:00 a.m at the same venue.
The names of shortlisted candidates were published on the NMS website and can be accessed on www.nms.go.ke.
“Members of the public are advised to visit the website for the full list. Shortlisted candidates will be required to participate in physical exercises that may require appropriate sportswear,” the notice by Lieutenant General Mohamed Badi reads.
Candidates will also be required to provide original copies of their ID cards, academic certificates and valid certificates of good conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.
Successful candidates will be absorbed as enforcement constables on three-year renewable contracts subject to satisfactory performance.
Out of the 2,113 shortlisted, NMS is looking to recruit 700 suitable candidates to boost the city’s manpower and also to replace retiring personnel.
Nearly 75 percent of the personnel at City Hall are expected to retire in the next three years.