By Jael Namiganda
The Parliamentary Commission has commenced with the first phase of conducting interviews for over 4,000 applicants, who applied for various positions in the Parliamentary Service.
The interview process has commenced with aptitude exams at the College of Computing and Information Science, Makerere University and will run for two days: Thursday and Friday.
The Parliamentary Commission intends to fill 30 vacant positions in the Service, which include: Accountant, Clerk Assistant, Engineering Officer (Automotive) and Technician.
Other positions are: Administrative Assistant, Assistant Editor Of Hansard, Engineering Officer (Mechanical), Information & Public Education Officer, Librarian, Procurement Officer, Protocol Officer,
Publications Officer, Research Officer (Publication) and Research Officer (Statistician).
The recruitment will raise the number of staff in the Service from 435 to 465