Ministry of Mining Recruitment 2024 Open Jobs/Vacancies

Welcome to this comprehensive guide on how you can participate in the ongoing Ministry of Mining recruitment for 2024. You will get to know the open jobs/vacancies and other pivotal information concerning the application process.

It is possible you arrived this page as a result of searching for NMC recruitment or National Mining Corporation recruitment, kindly note that the National Mining Corporation (NMC) is a State Corporation with the State Department for Mining in the Ministry of Mining, Blue Economy and Maritime Affairs.

If you’re a graduate of petroleum and would love to work in the Department of Mining then here’s your chance. Part of the things we will be discussing as related to Kenya Ministry of Mining recruitment are current vacancies, when the recruitment is starting, deadline for submission and other things.

About Ministry of Mining Recruitment

The Ministry of Mining is also known as State Department for Mining, it was established with the mandate to exhibit managerial skills as regards to polices, inventory and mapping of mineral resources for sustainability in the mining sector.

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Apart from her core values of efficiency, professionalism, teamwork, transparency, integrity and effective governance, the department runs with the vision of contributing broad based growth for socio-economic transformation.

Having heard this, it is necessary to note that many Kenyans have indicated interest for open vacancies in the ministry.

Sequel to this, you’re hereby notified about the commencement of 2024 Ministry of Mining recruitment exercise. See breakdown of the vacant positions, eligibility criteria and application process.

Other ministerial jobs you can apply for includes:

Application Tips

We deem it necessary to share some of the top secrets that will help you come out successful in recruitment exercise and it can also thwart your efforts.

One of the most common mistakes candidates do when applying for Ministry of Mining recruitment is to submit application for more than one position at a time. Do well to avid this because it will lead to automatic disqualification.

Another common mistake is uploading photocopies of credentials and other documents instead of the original. Remember you won’t be there when your application is reviewed as such one of the best ways to proof that your credential is authentic is uploading the original only.

Another disqualification factor is submitting your own application later that the designated deadline by the Ministry. Lastly, be sure you have all the academic qualifications required for this job.

These tips should serve as heads up in the recruitment process.

Ministry of Mining Recruitment Vacancies

Currently, the open position that mandates this recruitment exercise are; Secretary of Mines, Secretary of Geological Survey, Director of Geological Survey and Research, Director of Mineral Exploration and Evaluation, Director of Environment and Engineering Geology, Director of Licensing, Compliance and Enforcement, Director of Commercial Explosives, Deputy Director of Artisanal Mining, Assistant Director of Artisanal Mining, Chief Superintending Inspector of Explosives, Senior Principal Laboratory Technologist etc.

Eligibility Criteria

To get any of the roles announced, you must be a Kenyan citizen who have an official identification document, minimum of D plus in Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education, Bachelor’s, Master’s degree or equivalent qualification from an approved university. Candidates that are ICT inclined have an added advantage.

Recruitment Process

Candidates are to visit www.psckjobs.go.ke, navigate to career portal, create an account on the portal, login to select your preferred position, fill the application form, attach copies of your academic and professional certificates, CV and other necessary documents.

Vacancy Announcement: The process starts with the ministry announcing open vacancies either via their official website, career portal, print media or social media.

Submission of Application: Candidates who have interest in the roles announced are to then visit the the Ministry’s career portal to submit application within the period given.

Shortlisting/Screening: When the application duration elapse, the management of State Department of Mining will review submitted applications and then shortlist successful candidates for screening.

Training: After screening which involves validation and confirmation of information earlier submitted, successful candidates will be sent for training.

Final Selection: It is those that pass the training that will be finally selected for vacancies in the service.

Deadline for Submission

The application portal will be open for submission until Tuesday, 19th March, 2024. Ensure you submit your form on or before the set deadline to avoid disqualification.

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