The tender document, which can be seen on the link below, seems to require the applicant to be rather more than just an heraldic artist. In the UK at least, we leave the designing bit to the herald but in today's cost cutting world perhaps the Kenyans will start a trend!
Requiring a herald to tender for his job seems a tad too 21st century for us.
|INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)|
|Entity: THE STATE LAW OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRAR GENERAL THE COLLEGE OF ARMS ACT (CAP 98)|
Closing Date:24th May 2010
The above advertisement contained a number of quite unacceptable spelling errors (given that it originates from a law office). I have taken the liberty of correcting them. [They were - specifcations (sic) (five times) - qualifcations (sic) - feld (sic) - Ground foor (sic) - who fulfll the (sic) ].
One hopes that the applicants for the post have a greater grasp of basis spelling than the law officers who placed the advertisement.