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INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

ABOUT KONZA TECHNOPOLIS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

In 2008, the Government of Kenya approved the creation of Konza Technology City as a flagship Kenya Vision 2030 project. Vision 2030 aims to create a globally competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life by 2030. As part of this vision, Konza will be a sustainable, world class technology hub and major economic driver for Kenya. Konza was initially conceived to capture the growing global Business Processing Outsourcing and Information Technology Enabled Services (BPO/ITES) sectors in Kenya. BPO/ITES business produced US$110 billion in revenues in 2010. Revenues from this industry are expected to increase three-fold to US$300 billion by 2015. Africa attracts about 1% of the total revenues accruing from this growing industry. Only a few African countries, including South Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana and Mauritius, have made an effort to develop their BPO/ITES industries. Given the robust tech industry already in Nairobi, Kenya has a unique opportunity to capture a sizable amount of the growing global BPO/ITES industry. In 2009, the Government of Kenya hired the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank, to advise on the development and implementation of a world-class technology city, which would grow the BPO/ITES and other technology industries in Kenya. The Government commissioned feasibility studies that demonstrated the viability of Konza, the focus on BPO/ITES, and its potential contributions to local economic development. The studies conducted include a Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment, Legal and Regulatory Due Diligence, and a Demand Assessment. The initial feasibility and concept master plan was prepared by Deloitte and Pell Frischmann, a United Kingdom based consultancy. Pell Frischmann proposed the establishment of Konza, a technology park with world class infrastructure that will be sustainable and have inclusive growth as key drivers. In 2009, The Konza Technology City project was initiated with the procurement of a 5,000 acre parcel of land at Malili Ranch, 60km south east of Nairobi along Mombasa-Nairobi A109 road. With this, the realization of Africa’s Silicon Savannah officially launched. In 2012, the Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology retained a team of consultants led by New York City based HR&A Advisors, Inc. to prepare a detailed business plan and master plan for Phase 1. The Master Development Partner1 (MDP1) team included SHoP Architects, Dalberg, Centre for Urban and Regional Planning, OZ Architecture, and Tetra Tech. The MDP team held extensive interviews with stakeholders, business leaders, potential investors, and led 5 workshops with government officials over nearly a year to develop a comprehensive plan for Konza. The first phase of Konza City is expected to create over 20,000 direct and indirect jobs. The city will be developed as a public private partnership, in which the Government will take a minimal role, developing the public infrastructure and regulatory guidelines.

 

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Trainees graduating from training institutions join the labor market with academic and theoretical approaches to work and hence require practical exposure in a real work environment. The Authority has put in place an internship programme as part of on-the-job training for purpose of molding interns to become responsible citizens who will contribute effectively to the socioeconomic development of the country as well as develop their ability to successfully take up employment in various sectors.

The successful candidates for internship opportunities shall be selected from applicants who possess the following qualifications:

Requirements for internships opportunities

  • Application Letter
  • A Degree/Diploma Certificate in any of the following area specialization from a recognized University or college:
    • Business Development 1
    • Knowledge Economy 2
    • Project Administration 1
    • Digital Marketing 1
    • Audit 1
    • Procurement and Logistics 1
    • Finance / Accounts 1
    • Architect 1
    • Computer Science, IT, Software 1
    • Engineering: Civil, Structural, Electrical/electronics, mechanical and Water and Sanitation 3
    • Human Resource and Administration 1

Total No of Post: 15 internship opportunities 

  • Copies of academic transcripts
  • Copy of National Identification card
  • Personal accident insurance to cover for personal risks
  • Medical insurance cover by the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) or any other reputable medical insurance firm
  • A copy of PIN certificate

 

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