Database Administrator, Infrastructure/Network Administrator, Facilities Coordinator at G4S Kenya Limited

On Friday, April 11th, 2014
G4S is the world’s leading international security solutions group, which specializes in outsourced business processes in sectors where security and safety risks are considered a strategic threat.

G4S has operations in more than 125 countries and 657,000 employees.

In Africa, G4S is the largest private employer, with 110 000 employees in over 29 countries across the continent. G4S Kenya has a workforce of about 15,000 spread across all the major Urban Centres in the country.

At G4S Kenya, we place great value on attracting and retaining the best people at all levels, to ensure the continued success of the organization. 

As a result of continued growth and in order to position ourselves for sustainability of our number one position in the provision of Security Solutions, we wish to appoint qualified individuals into the following positions:-
Database Administrator
Infrastructure/Network Administrator
Facilities Coordinator
The ideal candidate in all instances shall be individuals who have a proven track record in their area of expertise, preferably in the commercial sector.
Full details of these roles and other career opportunities with G4S are available on our online careers hub.

To apply online, go to G4S offers a competitive market related salary.

The closing date for receiving applications is 23rd April 2014.

Any further enquiries may be addressed to:

Resourcing Manager
G4S Kenya Limited
P. O. Box 30242 – 00100 GPO
Tel: +254-20-6982000
Mobile: 0722 314 392/0733 873 494

G4S Recruitment Policy addresses itself to the core values of best practice, diversity and equality. 
Those who attempt to canvass will be disqualified from the process.
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