Nairobi Expressway Toll Station Attendants and Clerks Recruitment 2021


Deadline: September 15th, 2021.

Nairobi Expressway Toll Station Attendants and Clerks Recruitment 2021

Nairobi Expressway has indicated that they are seeking to hire 36 toll station attendants and 2 accounts clerks for the service.

The expressway is under construction through a partnership between Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) and China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC).

The toll station attendants will be trained to fill in the management executive positions in the future.

Transport CS James Macharia inspecting the Nairobi Expressway on March 31, 2021

Their tasks will include the collection of payments from customers and issue receipts, refunds, balances and tickets to motorists.

Other roles will be offering customer service, as well as data entry and maintenance of accurate records for cash payments.

For accounts clerks, the successful applicants will be tasked with Finance analysis and reporting as well as bookkeeping.

Other roles will include ensuring effective administration of petty cash and preparation of the daily detailed cash analysis.

Qualifications

Toll attendants are required to be holders of a Degree or Diploma in any field from a recognised university, have strong written and verbal communication skills, good computer skills and should be willing to learn.

The applicants must also be aged between 20 and 35 years old and should be ready to work with minimal supervision.

Accounts clerks applicants must hold a degree in Commerce or Business Management -accounting option and should be good in taxation and auditing.

They must also be aged between 20 and 35 years and should have a commitment to professionalism.

How to Apply for Nairobi Expressway Toll Station Attendants and Clerks Recruitment 2021

All interested individuals should send their resume clearly showing the job title they are applying for (whether toll attendant or Accounts clerk) to nairobi.expressway.hr@outlook.com.

The road, whose construction is expected to be complete by June 2022, will have the toll stations for 27 years before it is handed over to the Kenyan government.

Originally posted 2022-08-29 20:01:28.