The Agricultural Society of Kenya (A.S.K) was founded in December 1901 under the name East African Agricultural and Horticultural Society (EAA & HS). The central objective was to promote agricultural development based on European Settlement. This was the brainchild of John Ainsworth, who was the Sub-Commissioner for Ukambani Province. He believed that the organisation was to be an invaluable institution in the struggle to establish and maintain an agricultural export commodity economy. The shows were to be a very important shop window for prospective buyers both local and International. Nairobi became the Society’s Headquarters with the first show held at the Jeevanjee gardens and market in 1902.
Reporting to the respective department/section Managers, the successful applicants will undergo a six months intensive on the job training under a fast tracked development program. The Trainees will join a diverse team of
professionals in delivering high quality services to our stakeholders while creating long term value for the entire organization.
The program is designed to give the trainees exposure to various functions of the business
while participating in challenging work assignments. Upon successful completion of the program, the trainees maybe considered for substantive appointment within the organizational establishment.
Qualifications for the Management Trainee Job
If you are interested in any of the positions and meet the above mentioned requirements, please send your applications attaching a detailed CV, copies of certified academic/professional certificates and testimonial, names and contacts of three referees stating your day telephone contact to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 30th December, 2016. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.