New jobs as Tatu City starts recruitment
Tatu City Limited, the firm driving the development of the multi-billion Tatu City project, is recruiting an executive team to steer its implementation.
The recruitment plan follows approval of the project’s development plans by the National Environment Management Authority (Nema) and Ruiru council.
The company will recruit a chief executive officer, chief financial officer and chief operating officer among others, to head the Sh240 billion project.
Construction work is scheduled to start next month.
However, the project may be delayed due to cases pending in court, which have been ongoing for about a year now.
“We are optimistic that the court cases surrounding the project will be resolved soon, given the on-going judicial reforms,” Tatu City CEO Arnold Meyer said.
Other beneficiaries from the recruitment will include construction planners, project managers, civil and electrical engineers and infrastructure developers.
The project is half-owned by the Moscow-based Renaissance Partners, while the other 50 per cent is shared between local and foreign investors.