Kenya Rugby Union (KRU) will be conducting interviews on Friday morning for the Shujaa, the Kenya Sevens team to fill the vacancy left by Paul Feeney.
According to the union, fifteen coaches drawn from Kenya, South Africa, Australia and the UK have applied for the hot seat.
KRU advertised the position in June stating that they needed a coach with at least three years experience in a division one club or Elite Squad and a minimum World Rugby Level 2 coaching certification in either seven-a-side or fifteen-a-side rugby.
The union had earlier on said the job was meant for Kenyans but only three had applied hence it was re-advertised on June 30, which was open to coaches worldwide hence 15 coaches had submitted their applications.
Feeney succeeded Paul Murunga, Mike Friday, Paul Treu Felix Ochieng, Benjamin Ayimba, Innocent Simiyu.