How to apply for the Judiciary’s data entry jobs
The Judiciary has scores of jobs, most of which provide a daily wage. The total 961 job opportunities are in the areas of data entry, team leaders and administration. Many of the jobs are localised to 79 different court houses from 30 different counties.
The jobs are aimed at facilitating the deployment of the Case Tracking System (CTS), which allows users to track cases assigned to the Office of Hearings, and manage caseloads and casework.
The judiciary seeks to hire 803 data entry agents, 79 scanner operators and 79 team leaders.
According to the Judiciary, the new job vacancies will mainly be considered project-based short-term contracts.
Applicants for these roles must complete their applications by the 18th of September 2023, which is when the application process closes. Applicants must also adhere to the specifications listed below. Furthermore, as many of these roles will be in local court houses, applicants must consider applying for the job vacancy in their locality.
Successful candidates will work for a period of between 5 days and 54 days based on the caseload statistics.
The digitization of case files will make historical court records and handwritten notations more readily available for Judicial Officers. The Judiciary hopes that by having all records available in digital form, its day-to-day operation will be expedited and improved for efficacy.
Qualifications for Judiciary’s data entry jobs
Some of the top qualifications for the data entry jobs include;
KCSE certificate with a minimum grade of C-
Certificate in computer studies
Ability to operate a Scanner
Living close to the court station (Desirable for ease of movement to court).
Previous experience as a scanning operator or engagement with Ajira will be an added advantage (Ajira training certificate is an added advantage)
Visit the Judiciary jobs portal to apply.