Apply for Kenya Forest Service(KFS) Recruitment 2023-2024 | Form, Requirements & Dates
We are pleased to inform you about Kenya Forest Service Recruitment 2023-2024
Mistake To Avoid While Applying For KFS Recruitment
A lot of people fail in many applications not because they are not qualified, but because of the numerous mistakes they make. So take note of the following:
- Apply on time, do not wait for the deadline.
- Do the application processes alone, don’t send anybody to avoid mistakes in your data
- Keep yourself updated concerning the application
- Make sure you supply all the necessary requirements
- Take time to cross-check your details before submission.
- Candidates are to apply for one job position, Candidates who attempt to apply multiple times will have their application disqualified
- The online application is free.
IMPORTANT! The Kenya Forest Service (KFS) recruitment does not require you to pay any money for its application form, it is highly prohibited and anyone demanding money from you in the form of quick entrance into the KFS recruitment should be reported, KFS recruitment is totally free.
KFS Recruitment Requirements
These are the mandatory requirement for eligibility.
- Be a Kenyan citizen
- Certified by government medical personnel to be physically and mentally suitable for appointment in services
- Don’t suffer any physical or mental disability
- Must be of good character
- The registration and selection process is free of charge.
- He/she must be a person of integrity, demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and be a team player;
- Strong managerial skills, including motivating, developing, coaching, and leading team
- Demonstrated high ethical standards;
- Competent and organized;
- Excellent communication skills;
- Ability to work in a team-modulated and collaborative environment
The Kenya Forest Service is an agency of the Government of Kenya designated by the Forest Act of 2005 as the replacement for the old Forest Department. It is overseen by the Board of the Kenya Forest Service. The former Forest Department was supported almost entirely by forest revenues, and was, as a result, chronically underfunded.
Under the 2005 Forest Act, this has changed somewhat, with, for example, the creation of special funds such as the Water Towers Conservation Fund, a portion of which goes to forest rehabilitation, and the Mau Rehabilitation Trust Fund, for the Mau Forest. As of 2003, Kenya had 1.57 million hectares of gazetted forest.
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