Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) Monday advertised the post of managing director.
The deadline for applications is February 27, according to a public notice.
This comes as the High Court temporarily suspended the reappointment of Joe Sang as acting managing director of Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) barely a few weeks after a Nairobi court cleared him of corruption charges over the construction of the Sh1.9 billion Kisumu Oil jetty.
Justice James Rika of the Employment and Labor Relations Court in Nairobi issued the orders last Friday, directing the board of KPC to appoint an acting managing director from the current pool of workers holding substantive management positions.
The judge further ordered that the acting managing director be appointed by the board from the pool of substantive managers who will be in office, pending the competitive hiring of an MD.
Sang controversially returned to KPC mid-last month after he was cleared of alleged corruption charges late last year.
He took over from Dr. Macharia Irungu whose contract the board declined to renew, ending his three-year tenure there.
There have been political intrigues in the corporation amid the push for the changes.