Kenya Judicial Service Commission Recruitment Updates 2023
The Commission is committed to enhancing the human resource capacity of the Judiciary to deliver on its mandate of administration of justice, effectively and efficiently. Consequently, the Commission has planned the following recruitments:
1. Chief Kadhi of the Republic of Kenya: The position was advertised on 14th April, 2023 and the advert closed on 28th April, 2023. A total of 24 applications were received.
The following five candidates have been shortlisted for interview:
i) Sukyan Hassan Omar
ii) Idris Nyamagosa Nyaboga
iii) Athman Abdulhalim Hussein
iv) Kutwaa Mohamed Abdalla Omari Hassan Kinyua
2. Registrar, High Court: On 13th January, 2023 the Commission declared the vacant post of Registrar, High Court. The following six candidates have been shortlisted for interviews to be conducted on 31st May, 2023:
i) Hon. Anne Wanjiru Mwangi
ii) Hon. Mbulikah Pauline Wangari
iii) Hon. Mikoyan Denis Kipkirui
iv) Hon. Nyamora Fredrick Momanyi
v) Hon. Juma Elizabeth Nyarangi
vi) Hon. Elizabeth Tanui
3. Registrar, Magistrate Courts: On 13th January, 2023 the Commission declared the vacant post of Registrar, Magistrate Courts.
The following four candidates have been shortlisted for interviews to be conducted on 31st May, 2023:
i) Hon. Kabucho Caroline Njeri ii) Hon. Kasavuli Bernard Onziru iii) Hon. Were Joseph Maloba i) Hon. Kiniale Lilian Nafula
4. Accounts Assistants: On 21′ February, 2023 the Commission declared forty (40) vacancies for the position of Accounts Assistants JSG 8. The Commission meeting held on 16th May, 2023 enhanced the vacancies to seventy (70) to cater for external applicants from the database maintained by JSC.
This was to address the shortage of personnel in the cadre, required to effectively support the accounting function in the Judiciary.
Selection interviews for qualified and shortlisted candidates are scheduled from 23rd to 26th May, 2023.
5. Court Assistants: Following the appointment of additional judges and the advertisement of sixty (60) posts of Resident Magistrates, the establishment has a shortage of Court Assistants required to support the judicial function.
To address the existing human resource gap in the cadre and to minimize costs, the Commission further appointed 200 additional Court Assistants from the database maintained by JSC from previous recruitment exercises.