Employment in Kenya

563 Enumerator Supervisors Jobs at State Department of Labour

563 Enumerator Supervisors Jobs at State Department of Labour

563 Enumerator Supervisors Jobs at State Department of Labour

563 Enumerator Supervisors Jobs at State Department of Labour

Recruitment of enumerator supervisors

The State Department of Labour was established following the reorganization of Government in May, 2016. The State Department is one of the two State Departments under the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection. The State Department has existed in various forms since independence in 1963. It was under the then Ministry of East African Community, Labour and Social Service, prior to the reorganization of Government in 2016.

The State Department for Labour contributes to the country’s development through: promotion of harmonious industrial relations; safety and health at workplace; employment promotion; industrial training; productivity management; planning for human resource development and utilization; registration and regulation of trade unions.

Structure of the State Department

The State Department for Labour comprises of five (5) technical departments namely:

  • Department of Labour;
  • Directorate of Occupational Safety and Health Services;
  • Office of the Registrar of Trade Unions;
  • National Productivity and Competitiveness Centre of Kenya and
  • Department of National Human Resource Planning Development.

The State Department has one Autonomous Government Agency (AGA), the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and Two Semi-Autonomous Government Agencies (SAGAs) namely: National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) and National Employment Authority (NEA). The gazetted entities under the State Department are: National Labour Board; and National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (NACOSH).

The State Department for Social Protection and Senior Citizen Affairs will be recruiting Casuals for  twenty one (21) days to supervise Enumerators who shall be collecting data in Kakamega (98), Kajiado (67) Meru (44), Mombasa (48), Homabay (56), Nyamira (29), Elgeyo Marakwet (29), Bungoma (87), Nyandarua (33), Machakos (49), Kirinyaga (18), and Migori (5) Counties.


  • At least a Mean grade of C Plain or its equivalent in form four level of Education.
  • Computer Proficiency.
  • Candidate must be a resident of the location and conversant with the local language exception to be given to urban centres which are considered metropolitan.
  • Candidates who are Community Health Volunteers and have held positions of leadership will have an added advantage


  • Successful candidates will be paid daily wages of Kshs. 1,300 per day based on daily targets as will be outlined in the appointment letter payable at the end of twenty-one days
  • Transport allowance shall be paid at the rate of Kshs. 1000 per day to facilitate data collection
  • Airtime will be provided.

Interested and qualified candidates are requested to make their applications online through the link provided at the state department’s website: www.socialprotection.go.ke. Hard copies shall not be accepted. The deadline for application is on 24th April 2023

Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to appear in person before interview/ recruitment panels on scheduled dates, venues and time to be communicated.


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