Our Vision To be a world-class film content regulator. Mission To safeguard the national values and norms through efficient, effective and professional film regulatory services. OUR MANDATE The Kenya Film Classification Board, a state corporation under the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts is mandated by Films and Stage Plays Act Cap 222 of Laws of Kenya to regulate the creation, broadcasting, possession, distribution and exhibition of films in the country with a view to promote national values and morality. The Kenya Information and Communications Act (KICA) further empowers the Board to i) Impose age restrictions to ensure that content which depicts or contains scenes that are rated as adult or are of the language intended for adult audiences are not aired during the watershed period (between 5am -10 pm) and ii) Enforce the programming Code for the free-to-air radio and TV services by ensuring that all programme and non-programme matter, namely commercials, infomercials, documentaries, programme promotions, programme listings, community service announcements and station identifications are classified before they air
- Assist in the examination and classification of films in accordance to the Film and Stage Plays Act, Cap 222.
- Examine and classify film in accordance with the Board’s classification guidelines.
- Produce film examination and classification reports.
- Assist in preparing annual film classification report.
- Participate in development and review of film classification guidelines.
- Assist carrying out research on film classification and trends in the film industry.
- Promote and defend the Board’s brand, vision, mission and values.
Specifications/Requirements for Appointment;
- Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines; Media Regulation, Law, Child Development Education, Psychology, Religion, Film Production, Behavioral Science, or related field
- Relevant experience in Media Regulation, Law, Child Development Education, Psychology, Religion, Film Production, Behavioral Science or any other related field;
- Strong contemporary knowledge and understanding of the film and entertainment industry as well as a grasp of age rating issues such as drugs, portrayal of sex and violence, etc
- Critical thinking
- Excellent analytical and report writing skills
Upon offer of employment, the successful candidate must present and satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 by providing the following certificates :
- Valid Clearance Certificate from Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)
- Valid Tax Compliance Certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
- Valid Certificate of Good Conduct from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI)
- Valid Clearance Certificate from accredited Credit Reference Bureau (CRB
Submit your CV, copies of relevant documents and Application to :
Chief Executive Officer
Kenya Film Classification Board
P.O. Box 44226-00100
Closing Date : 13 June. 2023
- Salary Offer 0 ~ Ksh10000000 KES 0-ksh10000000 Month
- Address Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya