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  • Posted: Jan 11, 2023
    Deadline: Jan 20, 2023
  • Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC, KenGen  was incorporated on 1 February 1954 under the Companies Act (Chapter 486 of the Laws of Kenya) as Kenya Power Company (KPC) to construct the transmission line between Nairobi and Tororo in Uganda as well as to develop geothermal and other generating facilities in the country. Since its inception,...
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    Property Officers - Internship

    Job Summary

    The jobholder is responsible for undertaking timely conveyance relating to acquisition and purchase of land. S/he is also responsible for the preparation and administration of leases and property management.

    Job Description

    Duties and Responsibilities

    1. Acquisition of land and registration of land titles and administration of leases.
    2. Purchase of land or premises.
    3. Negotiate and obtain leases.
    4. Coordinate and administer all aspects of company property as per company policy and other requirements set by the National Land Commission, Ministry of Lands and the County Government laws
    5. Process relevant documents and approvals from County Governments and Ministries.
    6. Liaise with County Governments and Government institutions for statutory payments.
    7. Facilitate the valuation of company property.
    8. Identify and manage property boundaries.
    9. Identify cost effective office accommodation.
    10. Maintain an inventory of the company property 

    Person Specification 

    1. Bachelor of Arts (Land Economics) or Real Estate Management 

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