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  • Posted: Mar 29, 2021
    Deadline: Mar 31, 2021
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  • The Kenya Power & Lighting Company Limited, Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme 2006 ("the Scheme”) was established on 1 July 2006, following the closure of the Defined Benefits (DB) Scheme on 30th June 2006. As a Defined Contributions Scheme, the Scheme is managed by a Board of Trustees whose membership is divided equally between Sponsor nominated Trustees and Member nominated Trustees. The administrative functions of the Scheme are undertaken by the Secretariat of the Defined Benefits Scheme in an arrangement whereby the DC Scheme pays an administrative fee to the DB Scheme. The Scheme was established by the Sponsor with the main objective being to provide benefits to employees (members) upon retirement or to their dependents in the event of death in service.
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    Records Officer

    The Board of Trustees of Kenya Power Pension Fund intends to recruit a qualified professional to the position
    of Records Officer.
    The Pension Fund mandate is to provide benefits and pension for all permanent and pensionable employees of Kenya Power and Lighting Company plc, Kenya Electricity Transmission Company Limited and Nuclear Power and Energy Agency while focusing on the investment of the Fund’s assets that will ensure the preservation of capital and diversification of investment portfolio to minimize associated risks across asset classes, sectors and stocks.

    Kenya Power Pension Fund (KPPF) is a Retirement Benefits Scheme registered with Retirement Benefits Authority, responsible for providing pension benefits to permanent and pensionable employees of Kenya Power, KETRACO and Nuclear Power & Energy Agency upon their retirement or withdrawal and to their dependents in the event of death in service.

    Roles of records Officer

    • Creating & maintaining the databases to ensure quick retrieval of information.
    • Developing record distribution and storage policies.
    • Auditing the information that is created and stored within the company.
    • Analysing the company’s information needs and developing procedures to ensure these requirements are met.
    • Referring to policy & legislative requirements in order to determine the length of time company records are kept.
    • Potentially overseeing the transition from paper to electronic management systems.
    • Providing the necessary support to ensure the accountability, transparency and regulatory requirements of the company are met.

    We are offering recent bachelor’s degree graduates an exciting opportunity to gain hands on work experience and develop key employability skills. The internship attachment opportunities are available for six (6) months and may be renewed for a further six (6) months depending on the fund’s needs and individual performance.

    Method of Application

    The position available is for a Records Officer. Interested persons should submit their applications online together with supporting documents i.e. curriculum vitae, academic & professional certificates and ID card to email recruitment@kppf.co.ke so as to reach us not later than 31st March, 2021. Canvassing will lead to disqualification. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    The Ag. CEO & Trust Secretary Kenya Power Pension Fund

    P.O Box 1548 00600

    Nairobi

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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