Outgoing KMJA President Judge Oscar Angote appreciated the learning opportunities offered by the workshops with KWS, which allow judges and judges to address emerging wildlife crime issues through the Conservation Practitioners Exhibit. He recognized the role of partner organizations such as AWF in facilitating meetings with the Wildlife Management Authority to share experiences and build the capacity of judicial officers. Referring to a previous KMJA-KWS workshop in Kapiti Plains, he added: “The few trainings I attended were very enriching in terms of understanding wildlife enforcement and investigation. In addition, when prosecutors present their cases to us, they can know what is expected of them. www.kws.go.ke/content/legal-officer-job-grade-%E2%80%9C7%E2%80%9D-one-1-post-advert-ref-no-kws642021 Commenting on the impact of the KMJA workshop, Kasyoki commented: “Bailiffs now recognize the need to protect the environment. Synergies have been created as a result of their desire to be integrated with other programs and their more aggressive approach to wildlife offenders than before. The announcement announces national recruitment for 22 different positions in Kenya Wildlife Service, with January 26, 2022 as the recruitment date in all counties. Advertised positions include Legal Officers, Security Officers, Internal Auditors, Co-op Soldiers, Accountants, Communications Officers, Drivers, Cooks, Conservation Officers, Wildlife Managers, Rescue Centre Managers and Wildlife Coordinators. As part of the organization`s judicial oversight programme in the Tsavo landscape, the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) facilitated a meeting between the Kenya Magistrates and Judges Association (KMJA) and the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 27 November 2021. Forty-four court officials joined KWS law enforcement and investigative experts during the one-day discussions held at the Voi Wildlife Lodge, next to Tsavo East National Park. With judges and judges representing courts from the Lower East region of Kenya, the session aimed to raise awareness among senior judicial officials about wildlife conservation challenges and highlight the importance of informed judgments on wildlife crime. AWF Chief Ecologist in Tsavo, Kenneth Kimitei, welcomed KMJA members to the landscape and provided information on current threats to wildlife conservation in Tsavo, including illegal logging and trafficking of wildlife, bushmeat trade, illegal grazing and land conversion.
He highlighted the considerable ecological impacts of species loss and habitat degradation, noting that a tree`s valuable ecosystem services far exceed the commercial price of the charcoal it can produce. With ongoing and in-depth analysis of various aspects of the Kenyan criminal justice system, the AWF Court Monitoring Programme has identified the importance of working with bailiffs and Court User Committees (CUCs) on wildlife issues as a key strategy in the fight against wildlife crime. In June 2021 and September 2021, AWF hosted the CUCs of Mutomo and Taveta respectively in Tsavo East National Park for an inter-agency outreach workshop. In August 2021, AWF 21 hosted learning events and field visits for prisoners and prosecutors at the KWS Law Enforcement Academy, during which they interacted with junior officers and other key KWS employees. After an overview of the AWF`s cyber wildlife program, the workshop concluded with remarks from the new President, the Honourable Ireri, who was elected the day before at the association`s Annual General Meeting at Voi Wildlife Lodge. Afterwards, judicial authorities visited Tsavo East National Park and attended a special gala dinner. Reporting to the Director General, Legal Services, overall responsibility is to handle legal and secretarial matters within the organization. KMJA members represented courts in the Lower East region, an administrative area that includes important wilderness landscapes, including Amboseli National Park and protected areas, as well as nature reserves of the TCA, Kenya`s largest nature reserve, which spans six counties and reaches the country`s border with Tanzania. John Were, head of the East Tsavo Survey, provided insight into the scale of conservation priorities in the Tsavo landscape and noted that in addition to illegal grazing and bushmeat hunting, emerging wildlife crimes in the landscape include the possession and trade of the endangered pangolin and East African sandalwood shrub in endangered. Kiplagat Talam, KWS Prosecution Officer, outlined recent legislative changes to the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act (2013) and how revised regulations and tougher penalties for endangered species can help deter violators. The management of the Kenya Wildlife Service said no such recruitment was planned and urged the public to ignore the announcement. KWS publishes all job postings in mainstream media and on its www.kws.go.ke website.
The Acting Director of the Tsavo Conservation Area (CAW), Captain Kenneth Ochieng, recognized the benefit of fostering harmonious working relationships with professionals from different backgrounds and government agencies at such workshops. “This type of meeting allows us to engage deeply and reach out to different institutions,” he said. Captain Ochieng commended the judiciary for its important role in combating wildlife and environmental crime. “KWS plans for increased cooperation with more members of the judiciary because you are helping to protect our heritage,” he said, “We have to do what the law tells us.” No current position that meets your requirements? Don`t worry, you can upload your CV and cover letter to our talent community and tell us what type of position you`re looking for. This fact-checking was originally published by Business Today on January 21, 2022. The announcement encourages those who qualify to apply for advertised positions and apply with their original certificates at recruitment centers across the country. Meanwhile, KWS published a public advertisement on January 9, 2022, identifying the job posting as fake and describing it as the work of fraudsters. “The management of the Kenya Wildlife Service has been made aware of the actions of fraudsters who invite job seekers to hire KWS,” KWS said of the company`s communications department.
“The ad is false and fraudulent.” [This article was produced by Business Today in collaboration with Code for Africa`s iLAB data journalism program with support from Deutsche Welle Akademie] “KWS would like to advise the public to check all advertisements they see on WhatsApp and social media websites by visiting the official website of the www.kws.go.ke service,” he added. There is also no information about mass recruitment in the career section of the KWS website or its Facebook and Twitter platforms. Ngong Road, Karen, P.O. Box 310 00502 Nairobi, Kenya KWS is committed to workforce diversity in terms of gender and culture. Women and people with disabilities are therefore encouraged to apply. IMPORTANT: Read the application instructions carefully, never pay for an interview or application. Legal Officer – Grade “7” – One (1) position – Show Ref: No. KWS/64/2021 The notification asks applicants to also forward their documents to www.kwsapplications.co.org.
It should be noted that this website does not exist and, even if it did, would not receive emails in this format. E-mail uses the @ sign to associate the user name with a destination server to enable message delivery. Board approval of higher education loans (if applicable). A recruitment ad on Kenya Wildlife Service letterhead distributed on various media platforms is fake. Applications without relevant qualifications, copies of documents/details, as requested, will not be considered. Any form of advertising automatically results in disqualification.
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