- The interviews will take place at the PSC Commission House on Harambee Avenue between 9am and 3pm.
- "Candidates should be at the venue at least 15 minutes before starting time," the notice reads.
The Public Service Commission will interview candidates for the position of Central Bank of Kenya Governor on May 9.
A notice issued on Tuesday said the shortlisting exercise has been concluded.
Six candidates are battling it out for the position to replace Patrick Njoroge whose term ends in June.
They include Dorcas Muthoni Mutonyi, Haron Sirima, Edward Sambili, Nancy Onyango, Adan Abdulla Mohamed and Kamau Thugge.
The interviews will take place at the PSC Commission House on Harambee Avenue between 9am and 3pm.
"Candidates should be at the venue at least 15 minutes before starting time," the notice reads.
Mutonyi will be the first to be interviewed at 9am followed by Kirima at 10am.
Sambili will come in at 11am followed by Onyango at noon while Mohamed will face the panel at 2pm ahead of former Treasury PS Thuge at 3pm.
PSC had invited applicants for the position on March 30.
The successful candidate will be appointed for a term of four years, renewable once, subject to performance.
Njoroge has served in the capacity as the ninth CBK Governor for two four-year terms.
Before his appointment to CBK in 2015, he served at International Monetary Fund (IMF) as an economist.
The CBK is responsible for formulating and implementing monetary policies, regulating banks and other financial institutions, issuing currency and managing the country’s foreign exchange reserves.