Clerk of Works
The National Fund for the Disabled of Kenya is an endowment Fund established under the Perpetual Succession Act Cap 164 of the Laws of Kenya.
Our mission is to offer best support to persons with disabilities in Kenya through provision of resources, promotion of awareness and advocacy of appropriate policies.
We seek to engage a clerk of works/inspector of works to monitor and evaluate progress on various projects funded by the organization. The applicant must meet the following basic requirements:-
Possession of an Ordinary Diploma in Building and Civil Engineering.
Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in the supervision of building construction works. Membership to the Institute of Clerk of Works Kenya will be an added advantage.
Fluent in Kiswahili and English.
Ability to read and interpret drawings and make reports.
Ready to travel within the country.
Proficiency in Computers.
Exhibit understanding of duties and responsibilities of Clerk of Works/Inspector of Buildings for Building Construction.
Each application to be handwritten stating your current remuneration package and must be accompanied by copies of relevant documents.
Applications clearly marked “Application for Engagement as a Clerk Of Works’ are to be posted or delivered to:
The Chief Executive Officer
National Fund for the Disabled of Kenya
2nd Floor, Rehema House
Standard Street/Kaunda Street
P.O. Box 47857 – 00100
so as to be received on or before 7th August, 2012 at 12.00 noon.