EXCITING INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2023/2024 – Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation (KDIC)


Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation (KDIC)


Join the KDIC Team!

Advert Start Date: September 20, 2023

Advert End Date: October 2, 2023

About Us: Welcome to the Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation (KDIC), a statutory institution established under the KDIC Act, 2012. We operate under the Ministry of National Treasury and Planning and serve as the country’s Resolution Authority for banks. Our mission is to promptly resolve problem banks, provide a robust deposit insurance scheme for customers of member institutions, and incentivize sound risk management.

The KDIC Youth Internship Opportunity

Are you a dynamic, forward-thinking youth eager to gain hands-on experience in your field? The KDIC Youth Internship is your gateway to practical experience in the financial sector and beyond. Join us to pave your path to a successful career.

Eligibility: Who Can Apply? If you’re a highly motivated and qualified candidate from a university or college, we invite you to explore the exciting internship opportunities outlined below. Successful candidates will be placed in the following Departments for a one-year internship:

Distribution of Internship Opportunities

  1. Resolution: 2 Positions
  2. Procurement: 1 Position

Total Internship Slots Available: 3

Basic Requirements:

To embark on this exciting journey, you’ll need:

  • An application letter
  • A relevant bachelor’s degree from a recognized university
  • Copies of Academic Transcripts
  • A Recommendation letter from your learning institution
  • Kenyan youth between 21 and 34 years of age
  • A copy of your National Identification Card
  • Medical Insurance coverage from the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) or another reputable medical scheme firm

Eligibility and Duration of Internship:

  • The internship duration is strictly twelve (12) months, nonrenewable.
  • Eligible candidates are unemployed Kenyan graduates who have completed their degree courses and have not yet gained work experience in their field of study.

Successful candidates must meet the following additional requirements:

  1. A valid Certificate of good conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations
  2. Personal accident insurance to cover personal risks for at least twelve (12) months
  3. A Copy of the PIN certificate
  4. A Copy of the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) card
  5. A Copy of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) card
  6. Two (2) passport-size photos
  7. Bank details

How to Apply:

Are you ready to kick-start your career journey with KDIC? Here’s how:

  • Send your application letter and a detailed CV, along with your National Identity card and certified copies of certificates/transcripts, clearly indicating your area of interest for the internship position.
  • Email your application to: intern_attach@kdic.go.ke
  • Applications should be received by the close of business on Monday, 2nd October 2023.

Join Our Team, Transform Your Future!

KDIC is an equal opportunity employer deeply committed to gender and disability mainstreaming. Persons living with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please note that any form of canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification. KDIC does not charge any fee for processing, interviewing, or recruitment.

Expert Tips To Be A Successful Applicant:

  1. Tailor Your Application: Customize your application letter and CV to match the internship role you’re applying for. Highlight relevant coursework, skills, and experiences.
  2. Show Enthusiasm: In your cover letter, express your passion for the financial sector and your eagerness to learn. Share why you’re excited about this opportunity.
  3. Professionalism Counts: Ensure your application is free from errors, both grammatical and typographical. Attention to detail matters.
  4. Research KDIC: Familiarize yourself with KDIC’s mission and values. Mention how your goals align with ours in your application.
  5. Follow Instructions: Pay close attention to the application process and deadlines. Missing details or deadlines can disqualify you.
  6. Prepare for Interviews: If shortlisted, prepare for interviews by practicing common interview questions and researching KDIC’s work in the financial sector.
  7. Networking: Connect with current or former KDIC interns on professional platforms like LinkedIn to gain insights into the organization and the internship experience.

To apply for this job email your details to intern_attach@kdic.go.ke

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