IEBC Jobs/Vacancies Application Form 2017 for Polling Clerks and Officials

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IEBC Jobs Advertisement for August 8th 2017 General Elections: The IEBC is looking to employ 359,958 staff and Polling Clerks for the General Election period scheduled to be held on 8th August 2017. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on its advertisement has requested interested candidates to Apply through Online Form provided in the following links; IEBC Website:

IEBC Recruitment of Election Clerks/Officials for the Fresh Presidential Election 17th October 2017

To:           County Election Managers

Constituency Election Coordinators

The Supreme Court of the Republic of Kenya nullified the Presidential Election held on Tuesday, 8 August, 2017 and ordered the Commission to conduct a fresh election within a period of 60 days as provided for under Section 88(3) of the Constitution.

Nairobi county Jobs 2017 Apply here>>

Consequently, the Commission has scheduled the Election for Tuesday, 17th October, 2017. On this date, learning will be on in educational institutions which may have significant impact on recruitment of election officials as quite a number were teachers or college students.

You are required to refer to the database of election officials engaged for the 811 August, 2017 General Elections and engage officials whose performance was satisfactory. In addition, confirm their availability for the fresh election. Where there are gaps, you are advised to select qualified applicants from the database of applicants.

The engagement of the officials will be as below:-

  S/No.    Job Vacancy Title   Rate of Payment per        Day    Number of Days
     1     Deputy Returning officer   3000     25
     2      Presiding officer (PO)    2000     9
    3     Deputy   Presiding


  1800    9
    4     Clerks   1000    5
    5     Logistics Officer   1500   15
    6     Constituency ICT Clerks   1500   15
   7    SETs (POs)    2000    13

The data of the successful election poll officials should be compiled per County and sent through the CEM to Database Management Officer, George Murigi at gmurigi to enable us share with the Political parties in the format below on or before Friday 15th September 2017;

Constituency Name Position Full Name ID Number Mobile Number Gender

IEBC Sets 17th of October 2017 for Fresh Presidential Elections

IEBC Registered Voters per County for 2017 General Elections click here

Iebc Shortlisted Candidates for Clerks 2017 Jobs click here

New Update; IEBC Jobs August 8th 2017 General electionsclick here

  1. Presiding and Deputy Presiding Officer Jobs – 91,032 Vacancies click here for requirements
  2. Polling Clerks/ Counting Clerk Jobs – 262,665 Vacancies click here for requirements
  3. Logistics Officer Jobs – 337 vacancies click here for requirements
  4. Deputy Returning Officer Jobs – 290 Vacancies click here for requirements
  5. Support Electoral Trainers (Sets) Jobs – 5,054 Vacancies click here for requirements
  6. Constituency ICT Clerk Jobs – 580 Vacancies click here for requirements
  7. Ward-Based Voter Educator Jobs – 2,900 Vacancies click here for requirements

IEBC Forms 34A and 34B

Form 34A is the first form used to compile results of the presidential election. It is filled by the Presiding Officer (PO) after completion of vote counting at the polling station. Form 34A has;

  • Details of the votes garnered by each candidate
  • Indicates the total number of registered voters in that station
  • Indicates rejected votes
  • Shows votes being objected
  • Shows disputed votes
  • Shows valid votes

Political party agents or candidates are required to sign and ratify that the contents of that form are correct before the results are relayed.

The Constituency Returning Officer (CRO) is handed the Form 34A which he fills information to Form 34B, the information in Form 34B is used for the collection and arrangement of the presidential election results.

  • Form 34B has the following information:
  • The polling station code,
  • The name of the station,
  • The number of registered voters,
  • What each candidate garnered and
  • The number of valid votes cast.

The CRO then hands over the form to the chairman of the IEBC, who is the Returning Officer for the presidential election for the results to be announced.

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) Job Vacancies

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) seeks to employ permanent staff in some designated electoral areas and temporary staff countrywide.

The temporary staff will support our field staff during the 30 day register of voters verification period (10th May to 9th June 2017).

Permanent Jobs

  • Constituency Elections Coordinator – 1 Vacancy in Kasarani constituency
  • County ICT Officers (CICTO) – 30 Vacancies Specific Counties on the website
  • Constituency Administrative Assistant (CAA) – 1 vacancy in Daadab Constituency

Temporary Jobs – 30 Days

  • County ICT Clerks (CICTC) – 290 Vacancies – One per Constituency
  • Register of Voters Verification Assistants (RVVA) – 1450Vacancies – One per Ward
  • Register of Voters Verification Clerks – 40200 Vacancies – One Clerk per Polling Station
  • All jobs are applied online. For duties, qualifications,requirements and application procedures, check back here shortly!
  • Closing Date 14th April 2017
  • The commission is an equal opportunities employer. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.
  • Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Shortlistedcandidates will be vetted as per Chapter Six of the Constitution.
  • Commission Secretary/CEO.
  • Visit IEBC website
  • Job Vacancies 40,000 CLERKS
  • These are permanent jobs– a Constituency Elections Coordinator for Kasarani, 30 County Information Communication Technology Officers and an administrative assistant for Dadaab Constituency.
  • “The temporary staff will support our field staff during the 30-day voter verification period (May 10 – June 9),” IEBC Chief Executive Officer Ezra Chiloba said in advertisement in the Nation today.
  • The temporary jobs are: 290 Constituency Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) clerks, 1,450 Register of Voters Verification Assistants and 40,200 Voter Verification Clerks.
  • This means that there will be one ICT clerk per constituency, one voter verification assistant per ward and one clerk per polling station for the voter verification.
  • “All jobs are applied online,” the IEBC said, and asked applicants to look up the duties, qualifications, requirements and application procedures on its website,