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C. LIBRARIAN/RECORDS OFFICER

LIBRARIAN/RECORDS OFFICER

The Kenya National Union of Nurses is registered under the Labour Relations Act No. 14 of 2007, Laws of Kenya, as a trade union. The union is in the process of restructuring her systems with a view of strengthening her services to over 30,000 nurses who are in her membership. As a result of this the offices of Corporate Secretary, Librarian/Records Officer, Industrial Relations and Public Relations & Communication have been created to enhance the efficiency in the fulfillment of the union objectives and mandate by bettering the services to our esteemed members, clients and partners.  We seek to fill the vacancies created by qualified Kenyans or East Africa Citizen who meet the following requirements: –

 Take Note that: –

(a)  Only Shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted.

(b)  Canvassing in any form will lead to automatic disqualification.

 

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce the following during the interviews: –

(a)  Original National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

(b)  Original letter of appointment to their current substantive posts.

(c)   Recommendation from your current employer.

 

 A completed application, together with certified copies of academic and professional certificates should reach the General Secretary on or before close of business on 30th October 2020. Kenya National Union of Nurses, Uchumi House, 9th Floor, P.O. Box 56900-00200, Nairobi, Kenya strictly via email: info@knun.org

Please Note that an Application SHOULD BE SENT to the union through email. Hand delivery or posted applications SHALL NOT BE RECEIVED or accepted.

 Kenya National Union of Nurses is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

1.  Duties and Responsibilities: –

(a)  Formulate and implement records keeping policies, strategies, and systems to enhance the ease of record keeping.

(b)  Train new employees of all titles in the proper record keeping procedures.

(c)   Keep records from both claimants and respondents’ perspectives.

(d)  Ensure that all offices to adherence to proper record keeping regulations and policies.

(e)   Oversee transition to paperless record keeping wherever possible.

(f)    Assist in all records keeping procedure for the Union.

(g)  Keep track of records for members, employers, stakeholders and other partners.

 

(h)  Retrieve relevant records when necessary and needed.

  1. 1.  Requirements for appointment:

    (a)  Posses a minimum of a diploma in records from a recognized institution of higher learning.

    (b)  Should be able to pay a meticulous attention to detail in all aspects of record keeping.

    (c)   Able to organize records in a way that shall be understandable to even those outside the records department.

    (d)  Excellent computer skills and knowledge of record keeping programs.

    (e)   Ability to lead and direct others.

    (f)    Exemplary work ethic leaving no detail undone.

    (g)  Understanding of the importance of record keeping to the success of the union as well as its clients and/or customers.

     

    (h)  Leadership skills needed to collaborate with different departments simultaneously.

A completed application, together with certified copies of academic and professional certificates should reach the General Secretary on or before close of business on 30th October 2020. Kenya National Union of Nurses, Uchumi House, 9th Floor, P.O. Box 56900-00200, Nairobi, Kenya strictly via email: info@knun.org

Please Note that an Application SHOULD BE SENT to the union through email. Hand delivery or posted applications SHALL NOT BE RECEIVED or accepted.

 Kenya National Union of Nurses is an Equal Opportunity Employer.