KEBS Recruitment was fair says Njiraini

  • Since he took office last year KEBS Managing Director Bernard Njiraini has been pitching for the transformation agenda that involves culture change among the personnel.

The recruitment by Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) was fair contrary to reports doing around the web.

In an advertisement dated Thursday, August 26, KEBS indicated that the bureau was looking to hire 101 individuals to occupy various positions including inspection manager, principal office administrator at the managerial level, Civil engineers, electrical engineers, pharmacists and mechanical engineers among other posts.

However a questionable undated letter with an anonymous writer that purports to dismiss the process is malicious and false.

Since he took office last year KEBS Managing Director Bernard Njiraini has been pitching for the transformation agenda that involves culture change among the personnel.

With the re-establishment of the East African Community (EAC) and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), KEBS activities now include participation in the development and implementation of SMCA activities at the regional level where it participates in the harmonization of standards, measurement of conformity assessment regimes for regional integration.

 KEBS operates the National Enquiry Point in support of the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT).