Moi University Tutorial Fellow - Pharmacology & Toxicology Jobs in Kenya

Moi University Tutorial Fellow - Pharmacology & Toxicology Jobs in Kenya

Moi University was established in 1984 by an Act of Parliament (Moi University Act, 1984) as the second public university in Kenya. This was on the recommendation of a Presidential Working Party, chaired by Prof.

Collins B. Mackay, which had collected views from Kenyans about the desirability of the same.

Courtesy of his deep and altruistic concern for and interest in the advancement of education at all levels in Kenya, not only as a professional teacher but as Kenya’s Head of State, President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi pioneered the idea of a university in a rural setting.

He, like most Kenyans, had good reasons for this. Among them was the need to decentralize higher education from Nairobi to other parts of the country.

The former president felt time had come to create another university away from an urban environment.

Not surprisingly Kenya’s second university bears his name. That is a modest tribute to a great and deserving Kenyan.

Core Values

  • Intellectual freedom, excellence and the truth.
  • Teamwork, networking and culture of peace.
  • Transparency and accountability.
  • Professionalism and social justice.
  • Self-respect, institutional loyalty and patriotism.
  • Continual improvement of services, competitiveness and relevance.


    Putting knowledge to work is the University’s guiding philosophy. At Moi University, the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge are synergistically balanced.

    The University is driven by the process of involvement - involvement in world affairs; in the needs of individuals and their communities, businesses, industries, and governments; in the nurturing of inquisitive minds; in the transfer of ideas from the campus to the market- place; and involvement in societal problems in our country and beyond.

    The creation of new knowledge that will benefit society is at the heart of the University’s mission.

    The distinction between basic and applied research has become more blurred as the processes of discovery, scientific inquiry and scholarship inform all aspects of the educational enterprise at Moi University.

    Students and Academic Programmes

    Moi University serves about 39,786 students via onsite and offsite courses in 233 degree programmes offered by the Institution’s 15 Schools.

    Students come to Moi University from 17

    countries and all the 47 counties in Kenya. To fully derive the educational benefits of a diverse campus, every area of the University is committed to actively pursuing an inclusive environment particularly in relation to students with disabilities.

    The University has some of the largest accredited schools of education and business in the country and one of the best schools of Medicine and Engineering in the country.

    Many of the University’s graduates are absorbed nationally and internationally and contribute further to the educated workforce that helps to fuel the economy and quality of life in our country and beyond.

    How to Apply

  • Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following positions.
  • Two (2) copies of the applications should be submitted in writing together with updated curriculum vitae, giving details of applicant's age, marital status, academic and professional qualifications, working experience, present post and salary, telephone contact, names and addresses of three referees, plus copies of certificates and testimonials.
  • The reference number of the position applied for should be clearly indicated.
  • Applications should be addressed to:-
    (Non-Teaching Positions)
  • The Vice Chancellor
  • Moi University
  • P.O. Box 3900-30100
  • Eldoret.
  • Or
  • Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics, Research and Extension)
  • Moi University
  • P.O. Box 3900-30100
  • Eldoret.
  • So as to reach him not later than 19th April, 2019.
  • Applicants are advised to contact their referees and request them to send their letters of reference to the above address.
  • The referees should write and send their recommendations under sealed envelope within three weeks from the date of this advertisement.
  • For those already in employment should channel their applications through their Heads of Departments.
  • For more information and job application details, see; Moi University Tutorial Fellow - Pharmacology & Toxicology Jobs in Kenya

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