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Kenya Revenue Authority Industrial Attachment (Sept-Nov) 2022 for Undergraduate Kenyans

Kenya Revenue Authority Industrial Attachment 2022 for Undergraduate Kenyans

When is the application deadline?

July 31, 2022

Tell me about the price:

In support of the government’s youth initiative to develop a pool of young talent for the Kenyan labor market, KRA is seeking applications from advanced undergraduate students in their 3rd, 4th and final year of study and diploma students in their senior year for its three (3) months (September to November 2022) Industrial Attachment Program.

The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) was established by an Act, Chapter 469 of the Laws of Kenya, which came into effect on July 1, 1995. The Authority is charged with the responsibility of collecting revenues on behalf of the Government of Kenya. A board of directors, composed of experts from the public and private sectors, makes policy decisions to be implemented by KRA Management. The Chairman of the Board of Directors is appointed by the President of the Republic of Kenya. The Chief Executive of the Authority is the Commissioner General who is appointed by the Minister of Finance. PURPOSE OF KRA Review, collection, administration and enforcement of income laws.

Which fields are eligible?

The program aims to provide the young people with the opportunity to acquire practical aspects of their respective areas of specialization in partial fulfillment of their education. Opportunities are open within the various support services of the Authority in the following disciplines: Finance, Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Data Analytics, Mathematics, Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management, Marketing & Communication, Communication, International Relations, Diplomacy, Public Relations, Media Studies, Photography, Videography, Film Production, Animation, ICT, Telecommunications, Food & Beverage, Hotel Management, Household & Laundry Management, Records Management, Archives & Archives, Library & Information Science, Security & Safety, Security Management, Criminology, Criminal Law, Forensics, Business Administration, Business Management, Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, Psychology, Occupational Health and Safety, Disaster Management, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Land Economics, Property Management, Quantity Surveying, Actuarial Science, Transport and Logistics Stics, Fleet Management, Law, Education, Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Stenographers.

What kind of scholarship is this?

Internship

Who can apply?

Where will the prize be won?

Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) Nairobi, Kenya

What is the benefit of a scholarship?

KES 3,733–KES 93,343 per month

How to apply for a scholarship?

All applications must be submitted online through the process described below (Application Guidelines). Incomplete applications will not be processed. The Authority will not renew the Attachment Program. ONLY selected candidates will be contacted. The Authority does not charge any fees for this process. If selected, candidates must provide proof of valid personal accident insurance, copies of KRA PIN certificate, NHIF, NSSF, ID card and bank account details

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