The Nairobi county government under the leadership of Governor Mike Sonko has announced over 2,000 job opportunities.
The vacancies cut across various departments in the county government ranging from security officers to health workers.
In a Facebook post, Sonko noted that the move to hire more staff is aimed at improving service delivery.
"In support of the Big 4 Agenda especially on job creation, Nairobi City County Government is set to recruit fresh staff to revamp service delivery," he said.
The governor urged Nairobi residents to apply for the advertised positions, adding that the process will be transparent and competitive.
"When these new staff are recruited, it will assist in decongesting traffic in the CBD, enhance fire fighting preparedness, improve medical health services as well as early childhood education improvement.
"I therefore call upon all qualified Nairobians to be set to join us through a competitive recruitment process," he posted on Facebook.
Some of the posts advertised include; City Inspectorate Officers, Traffic marshals, fire marshals, nurses, clinical officers, surveyors, ECD teachers, among others.