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  • Posted: Sep 3, 2020
    Deadline: Sep 16, 2020
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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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    Chief Manager – Construction & Property

    Department:       Corporate Support Services Department

    Division:               Facilities & Logistics Services

    Location / Work station: Times Tower – Nairobi

    Supervisor:          Deputy Commissioner – Facilities & Logistics Services

    Supervisee:         Operations and Records Manager, Clerks of Work, Consultants and Contractors for contracted works.

    Job summary:    

    • Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to conception and inception of all major construction works for the authority, fulfilling the overall technical aspects involved in the development or redevelopment of commercially viable projects for the authority in its various currently owned properties.

    Key Responsibilities

    1. Developing projects proposals and briefs.
    2. Evaluating feasibility analysis and project design.
    3. End to end project cycle management.
    4. Developing project details for costing and tendering
    5. Continuous project monitoring and reporting.
    6. Development of risk management plans for Construction and Property Development
    7. Development & extension of property strategies

    Academic and Professional qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Architecture, and Building Economics.
    • Membership of a relevant professional body is an added advantage.

    Relevant work experience required           

    • At least seven (7) years’ experience in Property Development, Construction and Project Management, 3 of which should be at management level.
    • Proven experience in end-to-end construction management of complex projects and property management.

    Skills/Competencies required      

    • In-depth knowledge of the building and construction process and understanding of the public construction planning process.
    • Ability to do detailed financial analysis of pre, during and post development.
    • Ability to do detailed analysis of construction budgeting and financing activities.
    • High levels of commercial acumen.
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with third parties and staff – stakeholder engagement.
    • Good communication and customer care skills

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    Assistant Manager – Integrity Testing & Rapid Response

    Department: Intelligence & Strategic Operations

    Division: Internal Affairs Division

    Section: Integrity Testing Programme & Rapid Response  

    Reports to: Manager, Integrity Testing & Rapid Response

    Responsible for: 

    Planning, directing and management of investigation in Integrity Testing & Rapid Response Unit.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Assisting Management of investigations and operations of integrity testing and rapid responses.
    • Coordination/implementation of intelligence to guide integrity testing and rapid response operations.
    • Defining the procedures and determining the resources required for the implementation of the Integrity Testing programme and rapid response operations.
    • Review of tactical/ investigation reports arising from the operations.
    • Overseeing regular and timely performance reporting on staff.
    • Presentation of cases before disciplinary committee/Courts.
    • Compilation of periodical reports.

    Skills required:

    Minimum qualifications

    • A Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Commerce or Law from a recognized university
    • Training in investigation of corruption, economic crimes/ fraud risk management
    • Training in intelligence/surveillance will be an added advantage

    Minimum years of experience

    • Four (4) years of progressive work experience in Integrity Testing Operations in an organization dealing with Corruption and Economic Crimes Investigations of which one (1) should be at Supervisory Level.

    Competencies required for this Role

    • Excellent report writing skills
    • High level of integrity
    • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
    • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player
    • Strong leadership skills
    • Good interpersonal skills

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    Chief Manager – Alternative Dispute Resolution

    Department: Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division: ADR

    Responsible for (Purpose of the job)

    • To effectively manage the implementation of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) initiatives and facilitating in ADR discussions.

    Tasks and outputs:

    • Provide leadership and ensure implementation of strategic initiatives in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) function.
    • Work with the revenue department to ensure seamless ADR process.
    • To oversee the Case Review Forums.
    • To analyse and review Comprehensive Information Packs on tax disputes referred for ADR.
    • Facilitate and moderating ADR discussions.
    • Review technical and other reports for CTDR.
    • Support and implement the CTDR annual work plans and ensure compliance and implementation.
    • Support and Implement the formulation of policies, operational guidelines, targets in order to optimize staff productivity in the Division.
    • Cascading of Divisional target and monitoring the same.
    • To ensure compliance with Divisional SLA’s.
    • Manage an effective feedback mechanism for tracking ADR initiatives.
    • Coming up with strategies for stakeholder engagement (both internal and external).
    • Assist in the Administration, monitoring and compliance function of the division.
    • Facilitate complex tax disputes.
    • Establish and maintain Strategic linkages and relationships with internal and external stakeholders in order to strengthen tax dispute management and resolution initiatives.

    Skills required:

    Minimum qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree (BCom), Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Law.
    • A Master’s Degree, and/or CPA, ACCA will be an added advantage.
    • A member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators will be an added advantage.
    • Computer literate.
    • Leadership, Management and Governance courses.
    • A good understanding of Revenue Statues and International Taxation.
    • Specialist in areas such as Transfer Pricing, Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, VAT, Income Tax, Excise Tax, ECCMA etc.
    • Exposure to disputes management, resolution and mediation skills.

    Minimum years of experience

    • Seven (7) years’ experience in dispute resolution practice, three (3) of which should be in a senior 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 - Operations

    Department:  Legal Services and Board Coordination                                                      

    Location / Work station: Nairobi or Other Regional Office

    Job summary:                                           

    • Responsible for supervision of the provision of operational and support services to the Department.

    Key responsibilities:     

    • Making proposals on the section’s Work Plan budgets
    • Compile the Departments Performance Contract and Work Plan
    • Compile the Department’s compliance with agreed systems, procedures and performance targets
    • Review and follow up to ensure resolution of matters related to the Departmental Committees
    • Supervise all support services related issues
    • Manage the general performance of staff in the function

    Academic and Professional qualifications             

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences or related field
    • Computer literate
    • Membership to a professional body
    • Management courses

    Relevant work experience required           

    • Four (4) years post qualification relevant work experience, one (1) of which should have been in a supervisory role in a comparable organization

    Skills required   

    • Strong administrative and managerial skills
    • Excellent decision making skills and capabilities
    • Excellent planning, organization and analytic 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 – Process Server & Court Clerk

    Department:      Legal Services & Board Coordination

    Job summary:   

    • Providing process service and offer support in the preparation and filing of court documents; searches and registration of legal instruments.

    Key responsibilities:       

    • Develop systems procedures & performance targets to enhance efficient and effective prevention and execution of business risks.
    • Make proposals on the Process Service function’s work plan and budgets.
    • Offer support in the development of the Unit’s Performance Contract and Work Plan.
    • Offer support in the preparation of the Process Service Reports.
    • Offer support in development of the Process Service function’s Performance Contract and Work Plan.
    • Supervise the preparation and filing of court documents; service of process; searches and registration of legal instruments in various registries (Ministry of Lands, Registrar of Companies and Judiciary).
    • Manage the master diary, inviting for & fixing of hearing dates, preparing mention & hearing notices and affidavits of service.
    • Maintain and account for an upto date database/register of searches, filed court documents and registered legal instruments.

    Academic and Professional qualifications             

    • Diploma in Legal Studies
    • Computer literate
    • Qualified and registered as a Court Process Server
    • Supervisory courses.

    Relevant work experience required       

    • 3 years post qualification relevant working experience in a comparable organization.
    • Skills required    Strong administrative and supervisory 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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    Administrative Assistant (Litigation)

    Department:      Legal Services and Board Coordination

    Division:               Litigation

    Location / Work station:      Nairobi or Other Regional Office

    Job summary:   

    • Providing operational and support services on matters affecting Litigation Division

    Key responsibilities:       

    • Maintain database/ record keeping of all Litigation cases
    • Provide secretarial support to the Working Teams
    • Assist in the administration, monitoring and compliance function of the Division;

    Academic and Professional qualification            

    • Bachelor’s Degree (BCom), Finance or Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Law;
    • Basic knowledge in Tax Law
    • Must be computer literate 

    Relevant work experience required       

    • Must have at least 1 years’ relevant work experience
    • Must be knowledgeable and have experience in office administration

    Skills required   

    • Strong administrative and supervisory skills
    • Excellent planning, organizational and analytical skills
    • Demonstrated professional ability and strong organizational ability;
    • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships
    • Ability to function independently and on own initiative;
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and strong oral and written communication skills;
    • Motivated, dynamic and good team player of high integrity;

    Method of Application

    Use the link(s) below to apply on company website.

     

    Note:

    1. All applications from interested and qualified candidates must be submitted online via the process below.
    2. ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
    3. All applications should be submitted online by 16th September 2020.
    4. KRA is an equal opportunity employer committed to gender and disability mainstreaming. Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.
    5. KRA does not charge for application, processing, interviewing or any other fee in connection with our recruitment process.

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

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