The National Cohesion and Integration Commission was established by the National Cohesion and Integration Act of 2008. The objective and purpose for which the Commission is established is to facilitate and promote equality of opportunity, good relations, harmony and peaceful coexistence between persons of different ethnic and racial communities of Kenya and to advise the Government on all aspects thereof.
The Commission runs an intensive internship programme that targets recent graduates requiring on the job skills. The program equips interns with relevant skills in their area of specialization and helps to ease the transition between academics and the corporate world. At the time of completion of the one year program, interns will have gained valuable work experience that will positively shape their future career opportunities. The Commission currently has fourteen (14) internship vacancies that it intends to fill in the next intake.
Vacant internship positions:
1. Peacebuilding and reconciliation Interns - 2 positions
Bachelor’s degree in peace and conflict studies/peace and development studies/ or an equivalent.
2. Finance and Accounts Interns- 3 positions
Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Business Management-Finance or Accounts option- or an equivalent.
3. Human Resource interns- 2 positions
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource, Commerce (HR option) or an equivalent.
4. Civic education and advocacy interns- 3 positions
Bachelor’s degree in Community development/ Social Work/ Education or an equivalent.
5. Information Technology (IT) intern- 1 position
Bachelor’s degree in information technology / Business Information technology/Computer Science or an equivalent.
6. Research policy and planning intern - 1 position
Bachelor’s degree in Statistics, Economics or an equivalent.
7. Cyber Crime Intern -1 position
Bachelor’s degree in information technology. Should demonstrate an in-depth understanding of open source intelligence (social media platforms).
8. Legal Intern - 1 position
Bachelor’s degree in Law. Must have completed studies at the Kenya School of Law.
Applicants to these positions should have graduated within the last two (2) years.
Interns will report to the Senior Officer in the respective department.
The internship duration will be for a maximum period of one (1) year.
Interns will be paid a monthly internship allowance of Ksh. 25,000.
Applications including Cover letter (clearly stating the position applied for), Curriculum Vitae and copies of academic testimonials (degree certificate or completion letter) should be submitted not later that 18th January, 2019 to:
Commission Secretary / CEO
National Cohesion and Integration Commission
P.O Box 7055 -00100
KMA Centre 6th Floor
Mara Road, Upper Hill
National Cohesion and Integration Commission is an equal opportunity employer.