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  • Posted: Feb 19, 2021
    Deadline: Mar 4, 2021
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  • The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) was established by an Act of Parliament, Chapter 469 of the laws of Kenya , which became effective on 1st July 1995 . The Authority is charged with the responsibility of collecting revenue on behalf of the Government of Kenya. A Board of Directors, consisting of both public and private sector experts, makes policy decisio...
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    Manager – Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: ADR

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job).

    • Coordinating Case Review Forums, oversee preparation of Comprehensive Information Pack (CIP) for facilitators, co-ordinate CTDR administrative operations, revenue related activities, preparing policy briefs, strategies and evaluation of ADR initiatives undertaken. Facilitating simple tax disputes.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • To ensure compliance with SLA’s;
    • Participate in case review forums;
    • Determine suitability of tax disputes for ADR;
    • Participate in development of Comprehensive Information Packs (CIP) for facilitators;
    • Participate in the implementation of Dispute Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) initiatives;
    • Develop and managing an effective feedback mechanism for tracking ADR initiatives;
    • Co-ordinate and manage tax disputes;
    • Participating and coming up with strategies for stakeholder engagement (both internal and external);
    • Preparing/review policy briefs and reports;
    • Preparing strategic and operational reports for the division;
    • Overseeing performance of Staff under his supervision;
    • Participate in sensitization of stakeholders on ADR strategies employed by KRA;
    • Maintain databases for disputes handled at ADR and other reports;
    • Monitoring of general performance targets for the Division;
    • Assist in the Administration, monitoring and compliance function of the division. 

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce; Finance or Accounting, Economics, Statistics & Law
    • Must have undertaken 20-hour training on mediation skills;
    • A member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
    • Management and Governance courses.
    • A Master’s Degree and CPA or ACCA will be an added advantage.
    • A good understanding of Revenue Statues and International Taxation;
    • Exposure to disputes management, resolution and mediation skills.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Five (5) years’ experience in dispute resolution practice, two (2) of which should be in a entry level management position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative, managerial and leadership skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.

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    Manager – Independent Review of Objections

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division:       Tax Dispute Resolution Division

    Section:        Independent Review of Objections

     

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job)

    • Developing strategies for Independent Review of Objections, coordination of administration and operations of the unit, identify changes for budget review, review of objections, review of the performance of the staff in the unit, and Providing support to the Alternative Dispute Resolution process.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Preparation of the units’ work plan and budgets.
    • Review of objection applications and offering technical guidance on matters under dispute.
    • Offer support to litigation on objections that escalate to appeal.
    • Coordinate and manage staff in the section/unit and monitor their performance.
    • Devising strategies for stakeholder engagements.
    • Review of policies and law and making recommendation for amendments/ improvements.
    • Preparing strategic and operational reports for the unit/section.
    • Coordination with key stakeholders on matters relating to objections.
    • Supporting the Alternative Dispute Resolution function to ensure faster resolution of disputes.
    • Monitoring the general performance of the unit/section.
    • Oversee the general administration and monitoring compliance of the unit.
    • Any other duty as allocated by the Chief Manager.

    Skills required:

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Law or related disciplines from a recognised university.
    • Must have a tax training and exposure to all taxes administered by the Kenya Revenue Authority.
    • Management courses.
    • A Masters Degree, CPA or ACCA and other professional qualifications will be an added advantage.
    • Must be knowledgeable and have experience in tax and/or customs administration.
    • Exposure to tax and/or customs disputes management, resolution and negotiations.
    • A good understanding of revenue statutes.

    Minimum year of experience

    • 8 years experience in tax and or customs administration, 4 of which should be in a middle level management position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative, managerial and leadership skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.
    • Must be a person of integrity.
    • Computer literate.

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    Chief Manager – Independent Review of Objections

    Department:    Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division:          Tax Dispute Resolution Division

     Section:          Independent Review of Objections  Report to: Deputy Commissioner - TDR

    Purpose of the Job

    • Overseeing the administration of the Independent Review Of Objections including developing strategies for review of Objections, offering the required technical guidance and monitoring the performance of the unit.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Development of strategies and guidelines for handling of objections.
    • Assignment of duties to and supervision of the Managers in the unit.
    • Monitoring objections by taxpayers to ensure they are resolved within the set timelines.
    • Chairing of a Technical committee (Objection Resolution Committee) to review objections and issue Objection Decision.
    • Giving technical input on complex tax, matters raised at objection stage including attending working meetings with the parties.
    • Liaison with other departments on issues pertaining to objections.
    • Coordinating feedback on lessons learnt for betterment of the objection process.
    • Signing of objection decisions for communicating to the taxpayer.
    • Liaising with stakeholders (internal and external) to gather and disseminate information of the Tax Dispute.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Law or related disciplines from a recognized university.
    • A Master’s Degree, CPA or ACCA and other professional qualifications will be an added advantage.
    • Must   be knowledgeable and have experience in tax and/or customs administration.
    • Exposure to tax  and/or customs disputes management, resolution and negotiations.
    • A good understanding of revenue statutes.

    Minimum year of experience

    • Seven (7) years’ experience in dispute resolution practice, three (3) of which should be in a management position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative, managerial and leadership skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.
    • Must be a person of integrity.

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    Chief Manager (CM) – Conveyancing and Legal Research

    Department:   Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division:         Board Coordination 

    Section:         Conveyancing

                         Legal Research      

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job)

    • Oversees the Functions and Operations of the Conveyancing, Legal Research and Opinions Section, undertaking of legal research, provision of legal opinion and preparation of legal instruments.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Formulate and oversee implementation of strategies for the Board Coordination Division.
    • Manage the Conveyancing, Legal Research and Opinion functions.
    • Manage the preparation of the Section’s work plan and budgets.
    • Review and advise Management and the Board on legal implications of internal policies and procedures.
    • Manage compliance with agreed systems and procedures to enhance efficient and effective prevention and execution of business risks.
    • Manage research and review of legislation and advise the Board, Management and the relevant Departments on changes in Law.
    • Manage stakeholder engagements (ICPSK, IOD, SCAC, AG, and Lands Registries).
    • Provide legal research services for the Department.
    • Manage the preparation of legal opinions and instruments.
    • Promote career and continuous professional development of staff in the Section.
    • Manage the general performance of staff in the Section.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Master’s degree in a relevant discipline is an added advantage.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB).
    • A Post graduate diploma in Law.
    • Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
    • Possess a valid Practicing Certificate (LSK and ICPSK).
    • Computer literate.
    • Leadership, Management and Governance courses.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Seven (7) years post admission experience in commercial law and conveyancing practice, three (3) of which should be in a management position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative, managerial and leadership skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.

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    Manager – Resourcing

    DEPARTMENT:     Corporate Support Services (CSSD)

    DIVISION:           Human Resources

    SECTION/UNIT:  Manpower Planning & Resourcing        

    JOB PURPOSE

    • This role is responsible for handling recruitments and deployments for the authority, these include promotions, upgrading and placements.

    MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Manage all the Authority's recruitment activities which include advertising, short listing, screening, interviewing the qualified candidates and deploying the successful officers to the requesting departments.
    • Ensure effective and efficient service delivery of the Employee Resourcing function of the Human Resources Division
    • Recruitment and retention of diverse staff of the highest calibre, including staff with specialized talent aligned with priorities included in 7th Corporate Plan
    • Ensure equity, transparency, efficiency and consistency are established in the recruitment of staff, and the measurable results and impacts of recruiting efforts of the Section are fully evaluated
    • Oversee due diligence/background checks with relevant educational institutions, and previous employers where applicable, to verify authenticity of certificates or information received, prior to submitting recommendations to C-CSS/CG for approval.
    • Monitor vacant posts of assigned level/group and ensures adherence to policies and procedures in filling these posts.
    • Recommend guidelines on promotion and placement of staff
    • Oversee preparation of vacancy announcements, reviews applications for submission to the shortlisting panels
    • Ensure compliance with the statutory and legislative requirements.          
    • Oversee the process of staff confirmation, acting appointment and promotions.
    • Manage the staff orientation process.
    • Review, develop sound Recruitment policies in line with the relevant Acts and Authority's corporate culture.
    • Continuous analysis of diversity status, including gender and provide strategic support to increase diversity and identification of solutions or mitigating measures
    • Develop annual recruitment plans
    • Proactively coordinate with Regional Offices with a view to identifying their recruitment needs and appropriate solutions
    • Prepare all documentation for recruitments and ensure quality control of documentation
    • Provide technical advice, guidance and support to clients on recruitment
    • Develop and monitor the recruitment budget.
    • Design, develop and maintain the recruitment process in the organization
    • Explore the market best practices in the recruitment and staffing and implement appropriate best practices in the Authority
    • Day-to-day operations, supervision, management of performance and development of staff in the unit
    • Facilitate implementation of the work plans for the following corporate initiatives in the unit: Audit, Integrity, QMS and Risk Management.
    • Drive initiatives to improve ethics, culture and facilitate change management in the unit.

     

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS

    Academic qualification:

    • A degree in Human Resource Management or related field from a recognized institution.

    Professional qualification:

    • Post graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management/ Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP)
    • Membership to a Professional Body – IHRM 

    Professional experience:

    • Minimum of 7 years work experience in a similar role.

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    Manager – Payroll & Staff Benefits (Re-advertisement)

    DEPARTMENT:    Corporate Support Services (CSSD)

    DIVISION:          Human Resources

    SECTION/UNIT: Compensation & Benefits           

    JOB PURPOSE

    • Responsible for Managing the Authority’s payroll and staff benefits, including reporting and ensuring payroll accuracy and compliance with applicable regulations.

    MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Manage payroll workload to meet operational requirements
    • Manage administration of all staff benefits
    • Oversee compliance with statutory reporting and online filing requirements
    • Oversee the maintenance of current employee data systems
    • Ensure payroll is processed in an accurate, compliant and timely
    • Prepare and review payroll account reconciliations 
    • Review and improve payroll policies and procedures
    • Ensure all payroll information and records are maintained in accordance with statutory requirements
    • Support all internal and external audits related to payroll 
    • Interpret new legislation impacting payroll 
    • Maintain employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential.
    • Produce reports for management review.

    JOB SPECIFICATIONS

    Academic qualification:

    • Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Accounting, Human Resource Management or related field from a recognized institution.

    Professional qualification:

    • Post graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management/ Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) OR CPA(K)/ACCA
    • Membership to a Professional Body – IHRM/ ICPAK

    Professional experience:

    • Minimum of five (5) year’s specific and relevant work experience in Payroll Management.

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    Manager – Appeals & Grievance Handling (Re-advertisement)

    Department:      Corporate Support Service

    Division:            Human Resource

    Section / Unit:     Employee Relations

    Location / Work station: Times Towers, Haile Selassie Avenue, Nairobi or Other Regional Office     

    Job Purpose

    • The job holder is responsible for the management of Appeals and Grievance Handling in the Authority.

    Key Responsibilities / Duties / Tasks

    Managerial / Supervisory Responsibilities:

    • Enforce the Code of Conduct;
    • Examine grievances/complaints and determine adherence to grievance handling procedure;
    • Build sustainable and mutually beneficially relationships for all stakeholders with the aim of furthering the goals and vision of Kenya Revenue Authority;
    • Advise the management on issues/matters appeal;
    • Notify concerned parties of outcome and initiate any necessary action arising from the grievance/complaint
    • Liaise with Departments on grievance matters;
    • Examine grievances/complaints and advice on the way forward;
    • Ensure adherence to grievance handling procedure;
    • Ensure accurate and timely reporting of activities in the section;
    • Ensure compliance with legislative and statutory obligations;
    • Oversees research, investigation, negotiation and resolution of all types of appeals and grievances
    • Plans, organizes, and directs the work activity of the appeal and grievance in line with organizational policies and procedures
    • Ensure implementation of regulations, policies and measures; tracking appeals; identifying appropriate modifications to processes and developing required reports.

    Operational Responsibilities / Tasks:

    • Receive analyze and forward appeal requests to appeal committee
    • Ensure the appeals and grievance committee are properly constituted
    • Analyze and review of issues raised in appeals in a timely manner
    • Prepare position papers on cases under review /appeal
    • Provide secretariat services to appeal panels and maintain records of appeals
    • Prepare communication to officers regarding the outcome of their appeals and reviews
    • Notify concerned parties of outcome and initiate any necessary action arising from the grievance/complaint;
    • Review appeal case analysis reports and submit to relevant authorities;

    Job Dimensions

    Financial Responsibility:

    • Development  of budgets

    Responsibility for Physical Assets:

    • Responsible for physical assets assigned by the institution.
    • Provide oversight for all departmental physical assets.

    Decision Making:

    • Make strategic, operational and financial decisions
    • Plans the work of subordinates
    • Assigns work to subordinates
    • Monitors subordinates work performance
    • Appraises/evaluates subordinates performance

    Working Conditions:

    • Works predominantly in a comfortable environment

    Job Competencies (Knowledge, Experience and Attributes / Skills).

    Academic Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree Human Resource Management/Relevant field

    Professional Qualifications / Membership to professional bodies

    • Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management/ Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP)
    • Membership to a Professional Body (IHRM)

    Previous relevant work experience required.

    • At least five (5) years’ overall work experience, two (2) years’ of which should have been in a managerial role.

    Functional Skills:               

    • IT Proficiency   

    Behavioral Competencies/Attributes: 

    • Effective interpersonal and communication skills
    • Strong analytical and problem solving abilities
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Public Relations

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    Manager – Independent Review of Objections

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division:       Tax Dispute Resolution Division

    Section:        Independent Review of Objections

     

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job)

    • Developing strategies for Independent Review of Objections, coordination of administration and operations of the unit, identify changes for budget review, review of objections, review of the performance of the staff in the unit, and Providing support to the Alternative Dispute Resolution process.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Preparation of the units’ work plan and budgets.
    • Review of objection applications and offering technical guidance on matters under dispute.
    • Offer support to litigation on objections that escalate to appeal.
    • Coordinate and manage staff in the section/unit and monitor their performance.
    • Devising strategies for stakeholder engagements.
    • Review of policies and law and making recommendation for amendments/ improvements.
    • Preparing strategic and operational reports for the unit/section.
    • Coordination with key stakeholders on matters relating to objections.
    • Supporting the Alternative Dispute Resolution function to ensure faster resolution of disputes.
    • Monitoring the general performance of the unit/section.
    • Oversee the general administration and monitoring compliance of the unit.
    • Any other duty as allocated by the Chief Manager.

    Skills required:

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Law or related disciplines from a recognised university.
    • Must have a tax training and exposure to all taxes administered by the Kenya Revenue Authority.
    • Management courses.
    • A Masters Degree, CPA or ACCA and other professional qualifications will be an added advantage.
    • Must be knowledgeable and have experience in tax and/or customs administration.
    • Exposure to tax and/or customs disputes management, resolution and negotiations.
    • A good understanding of revenue statutes.

    Minimum year of experience

    • 8 years experience in tax and or customs administration, 4 of which should be in a middle level management position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative, managerial and leadership skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.
    • Must be a person of integrity.
    • Computer literate.

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    Manager – Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: ADR

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job).

    • Coordinating Case Review Forums, oversee preparation of Comprehensive Information Pack (CIP) for facilitators, co-ordinate CTDR administrative operations, revenue related activities, preparing policy briefs, strategies and evaluation of ADR initiatives undertaken. Facilitating simple tax disputes.

     

    Tasks and outputs:

    • To ensure compliance with SLA’s;
    • Participate in case review forums;
    • Determine suitability of tax disputes for ADR;
    • Participate in development of Comprehensive Information Packs (CIP) for facilitators;
    • Participate in the implementation of Dispute Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) initiatives;
    • Develop and managing an effective feedback mechanism for tracking ADR initiatives;
    • Co-ordinate and manage tax disputes;
    • Participating and coming up with strategies for stakeholder engagement (both internal and external);
    • Preparing/review policy briefs and reports;
    • Preparing strategic and operational reports for the division;
    • Overseeing performance of Staff under his supervision;
    • Participate in sensitization of stakeholders on ADR strategies employed by KRA;
    • Maintain databases for disputes handled at ADR and other reports;
    • Monitoring of general performance targets for the Division;
    • Assist in the Administration, monitoring and compliance function of the division. 

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce; Finance or Accounting, Economics, Statistics & Law
    • Must have undertaken 20-hour training on mediation skills;
    • A member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
    • Management and Governance courses.
    • A Master’s Degree and CPA or ACCA will be an added advantage.
    • A good understanding of Revenue Statues and International Taxation;
    • Exposure to disputes management, resolution and mediation skills.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Five (5) years’ experience in dispute resolution practice, two (2) of which should be in a entry level management position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative, managerial and leadership skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.

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    Assistant Manager – Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: ADR        

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job).

    • The purpose of this role is to participate in the implementation of Dispute Management and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Initiatives and other activities in the Division.

     

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Participate in the implementation of Dispute Resolution Management initiatives including Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) initiatives;
    • Participate in Case Review Forum;
    • Review cases for ADR suitability/unsuitability;
    • Participate in preparing and reviewing of Comprehensive Information Packs (CIP) for facilitators;
    • Participate in sensitization of stakeholders on ADR strategies employed by KRA;
    • Review ADR settlement agreements;
    • Review/ prepare technical and other reports for CTDR;
    • Prepare strategic and operational reports
    • Prepare sector specific issues arising out of ADR meetings;
    • Assist to maintain updated reports and database for disputes handled at ADR;
    • Monitoring of general performance targets for the Division;
    • Assist in the Administration, monitoring and compliance function of the division.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree (BCom), Finance or Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Law.
    • A Master’s Degree, CPA or ACCA will be an added advantage.
    • Must have undertaken 20-hour training on mediation skills.
    • Computer literate.
    • Management courses.
    • Exposure to disputes management, resolution and mediation skills.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Four (4) years’ experience in dispute resolution practice, One (1) of which should be in a Supervisory position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative and managerial skills
    • Excellent decision making and capabilities
    • Excellent planning , organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships

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    Assistant Manager – Conveyancing and Legal Research

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: Board Coordination

    Section: Conveyancing and Legal Research

     

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job).

    •  Providing conveyancing and Legal Research services on matters affecting the Authority and follow up on compliance with statutory requirements.

     

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Make proposals on the Section’s work plan and budgets.
    • Implement agreed systems and procedures to enhance efficient and effective prevention and execution of business risks.
    • Supervise research and preparation of legislation that impact on KRA and make recommendations for any necessary amendments.
    • Participate in stakeholder engagements (ICPSK, IOD, SCAC, AG, Lands Registries).
    • Supervise the drafting of legal opinions and instruments.
    • Supervise Legal Research carried out in the Department.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB).
    • A Post graduate diploma in Law.
    • Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
    • Possess a valid Practicing Certificate (LSK and ICPSK).
    • Computer literate.
    • Management courses.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Four (4) years post admission experience in commercial law and conveyancing practice, one (1) of which should be in a Supervisory position in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative and managerial skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning , organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships

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    Supervisor – Independent Review of Objections (IRO)

    Department:  Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: Tax Dispute Resolution Division

    Section:  Independent Review of Objections

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job)

    • Review of Objections in line with the law, making recommendation for resolution of objections, maintaining communicating with the parties, preparing and updating program reports, offering desk training to officers and giving effect to objection Decisions

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Review lodged objections for validity
    • Collect information and documents from the taxpayer and the assessing department
    • Review documents submitted to support the objection.
    • Mentor, support and desk- train newly recruited officers
    • Participate in consultative meetings with the assessing department and the taxpayers
    • Presentation of findings and recommendations to the Objections Review Committee
    • Implement the recommendations of the Objections Review Committee
    • Prepare instructions to litigation division for the on appeal cases
    • Participate in discussions for cases referred to the ADR
    • Any other duties as allocated by the Manager

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Law or related disciplines from a recognised university.
    • Must have a tax training and exposure to all taxes administered by the Kenya Revenue Authority.
    • A Master’s Degree, CPA or ACCA and other professional qualifications will be an added advantage.
    • Must be knowledgeable and have experience in tax and/or customs administration.
    • Exposure to tax and/or customs disputes management, resolution and negotiations.
    • A good understanding of revenue statutes.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Three (3) years’ experience in tax and or customs administration in a comparable organization.
    • Competencies required for this role
    • Strong analytical and judgement skills
    • Good decision making skills and capabilities
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.
    • Must be a person of integrity.
    • Computer literate.

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    Officer – Independent Review of Objections

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: Tax Dispute Resolution Division

    Section: Independent Review of Objections           

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job)

    • Analysis of taxpayer objections, making recommendation on objections, communicating objection decisions, preparing and updating program reports.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Review lodged objections for validity
    • Collect information and documents from the taxpayer and the assessing department
    • Review documents submitted to support the objection.
    • Participate in consultative meetings with the assessing department and the taxpayers
    • Preparation of submissions for review by supervisor and Presentation to the Objections Review Committee
    • Implementation of the recommendations of the Objections Review Committee
    • Any other duties as allocated by the Supervisor

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Commerce, Economics, Statistics, Law or related disciplines from a recognised university.
    • Must have a tax training and/or exposure to taxes administered by the Kenya Revenue Authority.
    • Must be knowledgeable and ready to learn
    • A good understanding of revenue statutes.

    Minimum years of experience

    • One (1) year work experience in a tax or dispute resolution environment in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong analytical and judgement skills
    • A quick learner and ready to take instructions
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.
    • Must be a person of integrity.
    • Computer literate.

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    Officer – Litigation

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: Legal Services

    Section: Litigation

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job).

    • Providing litigation support services on matters affecting the Authority. 

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Offer support in the research and preparation of legislation that impact on KRA and recommendations for any necessary amendments.
    • Offer support in the preparation of Memoranda of Understandings, bilateral and multilateral legal instruments with tax implications.
    • Represent KRA in mainstream courts, Tax Tribunals, and other courts.
    • Offer support in analyzing Judgments and Rulings.
    • Drafting of Pleadings and Defenses.

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB).
    • A Post graduate diploma in Law.
    • Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
    • Possess a valid Practicing Certificate (LSK).
    • Computer literate.

    Minimum years of experience

    • One (1) year post admission experience in commercial law and litigation practice in a comparable organization.

    Competencies required for this role

    • Strong administrative skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Resilient, focused and results oriented.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships.

    Method of Application

    Note: Never pay for any training, certificate, assessment, or testing to the recruiter.

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