Applying for Vacancies

Recruitment and Employment

The provisions of the First Schedule – Recruitment and Employment Code of the Public Service Act, CAP 29 require, that all job opportunities or offices vacant for periods in excess of twelve months must be circularized or advertised and should be filled on merit, but where the nature of the work so requires, consideration shall be given to seniority and experience.

Below you will find vacancies open to the general public, and/or those for temporary and permanent public officers, only.


The People Resourcing and Compliance Directorate have provided guidelines to ensure that the submission of your application for the post to which you are applying reaches us. You are strongly encouraged to read these guidelines prior to starting your application process.

Click here to read the Guidelines for Submitting Vacancy Applications

Entry Level Positions

Persons seeking employment in posts that are regarded as entry level positions, for example, Clerical Officer, Stenographer, Messenger, Maid and Driver, may also register at the Directorate for short-term employment. 

Persons registering for employment should be at least sixteen (16) years and must provide: 

  • Documentary evidence of qualification (originals only); 
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Documentary evidence of nationality, (e.g. National Registration Card, National Insurance Card)