The Nairobi Expressway is bringing new employees onboard to make sure that everyone who drives on it pays their fair share. They will be responsible for collecting payments, issuing receipts and tickets, as well as maintaining cash-payment records.
Applicants who are interested in serving as toll attendants on the Nairobi-Mombasa Expressway should be degree or diploma holders, have basic computer skills and aged between 20 and 35 years. Graduates seeking to fill up this position must also meet these requirements. Meanwhile, applicants for the Accounts Clerk post are required to have a college degree in Commerce or Business Management from an accredited institution of higher learning with at least 2 years’ experience running accounting systems using MS Office Suite (Word/Excel). The Expressway operator is accepting applications until September 15th through email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nairobi Expressway will be the first road in Kenya to charge drivers for use of their roads since 1966 and comes as a result of China Road and Bridge Corporation’s construction works. The 27 kilometer stretch is scheduled to begin operations by mid-2022, ushering tolls back on Kenyan roads after nearly 50 years of absence.
The project includes four-lane motorways with ten interchanges which has led officials at CRBC working on costs that total approximately $1 billion USD–$5 million USD less than initial projections made earlier this year (2018).