Kenya Planters Cooperative Union Announces Massive Job Vacancies

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The newly established Kenya Planters Cooperative Union has announced 52 job vacancies as part of its ongoing revitalization program.

The state corporation, established under the State Corporations Act, operates as a public agency under the Ministry of Cooperatives, Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises.

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Through an advertisement in the state-run Mygov, the organization aims to recruit a diverse range of professionals, including top-level directors and managers.

This initiative is a crucial step in fortifying the corporation’s activities and improving service delivery following its rebranding.

Open positions in the marketing department include a Marketing Director, Sales and Business Development Director, Principal Marketing Officer, and two Marketing and Sales Assistants.

The corporation also plans to hire a Deputy Director for Agricultural Extension, a Principal Agricultural Extension Officer, and two Agricultural Extension Assistants.

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Other vacancies include a Principal Corporate Communication Officer, Senior Quality Assurance Assistant, and three Quality Assurance Assistants.

Roles in Finance and Accounts comprise a Director, Deputy Director, Principal Accountant, Finance Officers, Accountants, and Accounts Assistants.

The agency is looking to fill roles such as Director of Supply Chain Management, Principal Supply Chain Officer, Supply Chain Management Officers, Assistants, and Logistics Officers.

In the human resources department, positions include Deputy Director, Principal Human Resource Officer, and Human Resource Management Assistant.

Other openings encompass roles in production, milling, maintenance, machine operation, and company secretarial duties.

The recruitment drive aims to fill these vacancies by the April 16 deadline.

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The New KPCU emerged as the successor to the defunct Kenya Planters Cooperative Union (KPCU), which ceased operations in 2008. Rebranded in 2020 under President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration, the New KPCU commenced operations with assets worth Sh7 billion and a State-funded Sh3 billion cherry advance fund.

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