PSC announces 3,000 paid internship vacancies. See how to apply

3000 paid internship positions available at the PSC
The Public Service Commission (PSC) has announced 3,000 internship vacancies. Successful applicants for these internship vacancies will earn a monthly stipend that will be determined by the commission.

The vacancies will see candidates work within the public sector for a period of 12 months

“The Public Service Internship Program (PSIP) is a government initiative designed to offer opportunities for graduates to acquire and develop valuable technical and professional skills as well as work experience in the Public Service.”

 “Duties include, but are not limited to completing duties mutually agreed upon and assigned by the supervisors, documenting relevant skills acquired in their areas of deployment; and actively participating in any relevant mentorship activities and additional responsibilities designed for the program.”

The deadline for job application is on 9th August 2022.

How to apply

Interested graduates for the position should visit the PUBLIC Service Commission web portal and make the application.

However, some requirements are required of an applicant to get the job. They include;

  1. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from any recognized university
  2. Must have graduated not earlier than the year 2017
  3. Be proficient in computer skills

When the 12 months period ends, the interns will be awarded a certificate.

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Are you interested in the PSC internship and have all the requirements? Click here or here to apply for a position.

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