• Job Opportunities at National Police Service Commission - 16 Positions

  • Posted on: 9 January, 2017 Deadline: 23 January, 2017
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  • The National Police Service Commission of Kenya is an Independent government Commission established under the Constitution of Kenya to ensure smooth functioning of the National Police Service of Kenya.

     

    Supply Chain Management Officer

     

    Managerial

    1. Formulate and implement purchasing procedures and practices to ensure alignment of the commission in line with the Public Procurement Oversight Authority.
    2. Review vendor contract documents and coordinate in preparation of specifications for quotations, tenders, proposals and supply agreements for approval by the Director.
    3. Oversee the delivery of samples, testing and evaluation of new products to ensure compliance of standards are adhered to.
    4. Ensure all departments and staff in the National Police Service Commission are familiar with and comply with the procurement guidelines.
    5. Participate in the annual reporting process to ensure legislative requirements which include monitoring and tracking of procurement bid evaluation are in line with the set             guidelines.
    6. Oversee the annual physical inventory process as required to ensure policies and procedures are compliant.

    Operational

    1. Analyze purchase requests from user departments and determine the appropriate method of procurement to ensure proper management of purchase orders.
    2. Conduct in-depth analysis of all bids received in response to each tender, proposal and quotation to identify the response that best meets the needs of the user department.
    3. Prepare recommendation for award to provide supplier debriefing sessions, when requested with unsuccessful respondents.
    4. Ensures confidentiality is maintained with respect to the procurement process to ensure integrity of the respondents bid information.
    5. Oversees preparation of contracts and tender awards to ensure compliance with the processes.
    6. Participate in specialized projects and assignments related to procurement to ensure proper standards are maintained.
    7. Ensures meetings related to quotations, tenders and proposals are organized well to facilitate smooth flow of procedures.
    8. Presides over public opening of tenders to ensure compliance of procurement processes.
    9. Approver of contracts and purchase orders in IFMIS to ensure compliance of standards are being followed through.
    10. Member of Budget Implementation Committee to ensure standards are in place through the planning stages.
    11. Prepare work plans and supervise officers to ensure management of work is in line with set targets.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor’s degree in Commerce - Economics, Business Administration, Procurement and Supplies Management, Marketing from a recognized university.
    2. Diploma in Purchasing and Supplies Management/Chartered Institute of Supplies Management.
    3. Registered member of Kenya Institute of Supply chain Management.
    4. Computer literacy.
    5. Knowledge of Budgeting.
    6. Knowledge of Public Procurement and Disposal Act.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    12. Problem solving skills.
    13. Supervisory skills.
    14. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    15. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
        a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
        b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
        c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
        d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
        e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Finance Officer

     

    Managerial

    1. Participate in the preparation of financial reporting policies to conform to the existing government regulations to ensure the delivery of quality reports in the Commission.
    2. Prepare budget proposals, costs and solicit for funds for new capital development projects to ensure additional funding for the activities of the Commission and maintain longevity of business operations.
    3. Coordinate the general accounting and payables functions, such as purchasing, banking, petty cash, fixed-asset and payroll functions and ensure these functions are in line with the departments objectives and strategy.
    4. Compile and review pending bills required for approval by management to ensure timely payment in accordance to the financial department strategy.
    5. Facilitate the proper utilization, custody and maintenance of assets to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness quality of service to the department and reduce on the wastage of resources provided.

    Operational

    1. Prepare quarterly and monthly expenditure reports for review by management, to provide information on the current usage of the Commission’s budget, necessary for decision       making on budget utilization.
    2. Prepare cash requirement projections for authorization by management, to ensure timely allocation of funds for the implementation of the commission activities.
    3. Evaluate reviews on public expenditure and prepare reports for use by management to make recommendations on how to improve the utilization of funds in the Commission.
    4. Prepare financial commitments, issue local purchase orders (LPOs) and Local Service orders (LSOs), for timely payments and service delivery to the Commission.
    5. Examine the expenditure and financial commitments reports, to show the variances on the budget for further review by management.
    6. Prepare and submit the income and expenditure reports to the controller of budget and the national treasury, for transparency and audit purposes of the Commission.
    7. Ensure compliance with both the Commission’s budget control policies and government regulations by conducting regular spot checks to ensure adherence to the laid down           procedures.
    8. Coordinate budget costing activities in line with the set budget control policies, to ensure effective and efficient utilization of funds within the Commission.
    9. Determine budgetary constraints on financial expenditures on the
        Commission budget, and make decisions in line with the department’s strategy on the allocation of funds.
    10. Participate in preparation of sound financial policies in line with the government regulations to ensure proper financial guidance in the Commission in terms of reporting and           adherence.
    11. Evaluate the public expenditure reviews for use by management to make recommendations on how to improve the utilization of funds in the Commission.
    12. Review and analyze each item in the departmental proposals as recommended by the budget committee to project forecasts for the next financial year and ensure proper               allocation of funds.
    13. Examine the expenditure and financial commitments reports to show the variances on the budget for further review by management.
    14. Lead the development and performance management of staff that report to the position to ensure the achievement of both individual and commission goals.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounts or Economics.
    2. Certified Public Accountant (CPA II) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA II) or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) level II.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Knowledge in budgeting.
    5. Knowledge of relevant legislation e.g. PFM Act, PPD Act.
    6. Knowledge of Public Finance management act.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    12. Problem solving skills.
    13. Supervisory skills.
    14. Compliance with Chapter Six of the constitution of Kenya.
    15. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.
    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the
    Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Manager Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation

     

    Managerial

    1. Ensure all mandatory procedures on the quality management sector are observed while ensuring preventive and corrective actions implemented as stipulated in both the               Commission’s overall strategic objectives and government regulations.
    2. Ensure all policy planning research activities are incorporated into the organization block program within the same day upon request for timely requisition of resources to the         activity.
    3. Support specific projects and programmes with M&E systems, including tools, data flow procedures and SMART indicators, using a results-based approach with log-frame               development and other key M&E tools to ensure the best tools and systems are in place.
    4. Oversee all payment issues relating to suppliers or consultants in regards to policy planning and research to be followed with the relevant service areas to ensure timely                 payments are made.
    5. Ensure monitoring and evaluation instruments are updated and validated as per the guidelines issued in the government standards and regulations and Commission’s overall         objectives.
    6. Identify performance indicators on programmes in strategic plans and performance contracts on quarterly and annual basis to ensure timely reporting process in the division.
    7. Review, validate and disseminate the National Police Service Commission annual corporate reports to management, agents and other stakeholders and make recommendations       on the best practice findings in the report.
    8. Ensure all non-conformities identified for the organization on areas of Research, monitoring and Evaluation quality management system are addressed as stipulated in the             government regulations.

    Operational

    1. Ensure monitoring and evaluation reports on specific departments and divisional programs are generated and submitted on quarterly basis.
    2. Provide capacity building in Monitoring & Evaluation and results-based management (RBM) to project staff and partners.
    3. Conduct site visits to projects and programmes across the country, to assess data quality and to support project staff on Monitoring & Evaluation.
    4. Develop monitoring & evaluation designs for selected new projects and proposals to ensure they are in compliance with the set standards.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process.

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor`s degree in Evaluation, International Development, Social Sciences, Statistics or a related discipline.
    2. Senior Management Course.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Knowledge of statistical packages such as SPSS, EViews, STATA.
    5. Demonstrated knowledge in budgeting.
    6. Communication skills.
    7. Interpersonal skills.
    8. Organizational skills.
    9. Ability to work under pressure.
    10. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    11. Problem solving skills.
    12. Supervisory skills.
    13. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    14. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the
    Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Manager ICT Network & Systems

     

    Managerial

    1. Supervise the implementation of database systems.
    2. Supervise Information Technology Officers on day to day operational activities.

    Operational


    1. Manage contracts with external suppliers and service providers in IT purchasing.
    2. Manage a multi-user computing environment, such as a local area network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN) and Telecommunication systems (PABX).
    3. Install and configure system hardware and software, E-mail Servers administration, Carrying data backups and offering Disaster Recovery Procedures (DRP) and Business Continuity Plans (BCP).
    4. Maintain security policies; troubleshoot; train and/or supervise staff; or offer technical support for Computer systems, databases and applications.
    5. Provide first line software support & Hardware maintenance and upgrades to all NPSCs IT systems.
    6. Keep an up to date inventory of all ICT hardware & software for accountability purposes.
    7. Develop new databases on need basis and Maintaining and enhancing already existing databases.
    8. Analyse and customize proprietary systems to meet organizational requirements.
    9. Provide guidance and instructions on usage of local communication systems such as E-mails, Internet and Telephone operations.
    10. Provide optimum support and training on systems, applications and database operations.
    11. Guide on the best use of computer network and peripheral devices such as printers, copiers, scanners and other IP-based systems.
    12. Guide users on data backup and virus protection procedures to ensure business process.
    13. Coordinate routine update of the NPSC Website and monitor its full time accessibility.
    14. Coordinate the installation and maintenance of systems software, application manuals and standard operating procedures.

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor’s degree in ICT/Computer Science/Information Systems or related disciplines from a recognized university.
    2. Computer hardware Certifications such as A+ 'or'.
    3. Microsoft Systems Certifications such as; MCSA/MCSE/MCDA 'or'.
    4. Network and CISCO Certifications such as; N+/CCNA.
    5. Knowledge of Computer Literacy and Computer Networking Skills.
    6. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    7. Knowledge of professional standards.
    8. Knowledge of budgeting.
    9. Communication skills.
    10. Interpersonal skills.
    11. Organizational skills.
    12. Ability to work under pressure.
    13. Ability to work well with teams.
    14. Problem solving skills.
    15. Supervisory skills.
    16. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    17. Six (6) years of service 3 of which should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the
    Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Manager Litigation

     

    Managerial

    1. Lead the development and management of effective legal working relations with relevant public entities in national and county governments to ensure compliance with legal standards.
    2. Lead the provision of high level legal and related policy advice and analysis to ensure set guidelines are maintained.
    3. Draft and edit legal media materials, including press releases, advisories, and background memos to ensure accuracy of information.
    4. Organize and maintain qualitative and quantitative data used to develop reports used to develop policy recommendations and reports.
    5. Identify and develop legal projects and fundraise for projects to ensure growth of the legal function.

    Operational


    1. Interpret and clarify general and specific legal direction and expectations for the commission to ensure set legal guidelines are adhered to.
    2. Prepare regular reports for the Commission Board on legal initiatives and advocacy.
    3. Handle all matters related to litigation which include drafting legal opinions and briefing National Police Service Commission in all court decision to ensure compliance of all communications affecting the Commission.
    4. Participate in legal discussions and explanations of complex legal issues to assist staff to understand legal matters.
    5. Settle disputes affecting the Commission in regard to legal affairs.
    6. Identify and monitor emerging legal development and key concerns in the public sector to keep up to date with issues.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor`s degree in Law from a recognized university.
    2. Advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
    3. Post Graduate Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law.
    4. Computer literacy.
    5. Communication skills.
    6. Interpersonal skills.
    7. Organizational skills.
    8. Ability to work under pressure.
    9. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    10. Problem solving skills.
    11. Supervisory skills.
    12. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    13. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the
    Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Manager Records

     

    Managerial

    1. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of the records management strategy that is derived from the overall Corporate Support Services directorate to ensure the National Police Service Commission records systems and processes are efficient.
    2. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of divisional budgets and work plans to ensure adequate allocation of resources for the division.
    3. Oversee the formulation of policies and procedures of divisional operations to support the achievement of the records management division and the overall
    Corporate Support department.
    4. Ensure staffs are sensitized on creation and management of records management system that are appropriate for the needs of the commission, to ensure that all staff understands how the system works.
    5. Participate in the records management committee meetings that come up with records management procedures and policies to ensure properly formulated policies and procedures that add value to the records management division.

    Operational

    1. Ensure sufficient storage and effective records retrieval systems are in place to ensure efficient retrieval of documents in the commission.
    2. Mentor and coach staff members within the division to enhance work performance as set out in the appraisal schemes.
    3. Manage customer relations in the interactions with other service departments in the commission to build relations, transparency and smooth service delivery.
    4. Provide input into the identification of modern and appropriate state of the art technologies and ensure the adoption by the division to ensure state of the art service delivery in records management in the commission.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. A Bachelor degree in Information Science/Records Management or any of the
    Social Science from a recognized institution.
    2. A Diploma in Records/Information Management, Information/Library
    Science Library Science.
    3. Management course not lasting less than 4 weeks.
    4. Computer Literacy.
    5. Knowledge of relevant Acts and Regulations governing Records Management.
    6. Knowledge of Professional standards.
    7. Budgeting.
    8. Communication skills.
    9. Interpersonal skills.
    10. Organizational skills.
    11. Ability to work under pressure.
    12. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    13. Problem solving skills.
    14. Supervisory skills.
    15. Meet the requirements of chapter six of the constitution of Kenya.
    16. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the
    Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Manager Accounts

     

    Managerial

    1. Develop a unit work plan to facilitate with the implementation of the section strategy on budget control, to ensure the strategy is delivered under the set timelines and quality standards.
    2. Prepare the department activity budget for the division, and monitor the implementation to ensure efficiency in the utilization of the commission resources.
    3. Implement the financial accounting and reporting policies and procedures within the division, to ensure alignment of the department objectives with the overall Commission strategy.
    4. Implement financial controls and safeguards and ensure they are in place, to maintain the integrity of accounting systems.

    Operational

    1. Implement appropriate mechanisms to control the Commission’s exposure and enforce accounting procedures, to be in line with the government regulations and standards.
    2. Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual progress reports for the Division and forward for approval, to ensure informed decisions are made within the Commission in a timely manner.
    3. Authorize payment of suppliers, imprest and miscellaneous payments as per the allocation summary, to ensure payments are in line with the set standards and regulations of the division.
    4. Validate timely and accurate administration of all tax and statutory compliance issues and effective management of payroll, to assist in the timely remittance in accordance to the government regulations and standards.
    5. Monitor the cash flow of the commission by checking the cashbook, to ensure accurate entries are made to avoid errors and ensure efficiency and effectiveness of the unit.
    6. Oversee all accounting services to ensure streamlined accounting process across the Commission, and enhance efficiency and effectiveness of the unit.
    7. Lead the development and performance management of staff that report to the position to ensure the achievement of both individual and commission goals.
    8. Authorize allocation summary of funded activities and highlight the expenditure, to ensure informed decision making by management.
    9. Maintain financial assets and liabilities to ensure proper management of resources.
    10. Liaise with external auditors during audits to ensure compliance of accounting standards.
    11. Central Bank of Kenya authorizer and signatory in the systems.
    12. Custodian of accounts documents to ensure safe keeping and security.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
    2. Certified Public Accountant (CPA-K) finalist.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Knowledge of professional accounting standards.
    5. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    6. Knowledge of budgeting.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    12. Problem solving skills.
    13. Supervisory skills.
    14. Meets the requirement of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    15. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Manager Corporate Support Services

     

    Managerial

    1. Participate in the development, interpretation and execution of administrative policies, standards and procedures for the institution.
    2. Participate in the development, interpretation and execution of guidelines and manuals for the provision of effective administrative services.
    3. Allocate duties, supervise and appraise senior office assistant and office assistant.

    Operational

    1. Ensure that administrative support services respond effectively to the needs of the user departments. Provision of equipment, stationery, catering services for the Commission.
    2. Request of supplies and other items required by the departments in the e-procurement system.
    3. Organize and booking venues for Commission meetings, workshops and conferences.
    4. Arrange air travel, accommodation and transport for commissioners and staff when travelling out of office.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process.

    Qualifications Knowledge and skills

    1. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Social Sciences.
    2. Senior Management Course.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Knowledge of budgeting.
    5. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    6. Knowledge of professional standards.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Ability to lead and manage teams.
    12. Problem solving skills.
    13. Supervisory skills.
    14. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    15. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Deputy Director Advocacy & Outreach

     

    Managerial

    1. Participate in the development of Advocacy strategies with special reference to communications protocols in liaison with the programmes and security teams in the Commission.
    2. Develop and deliver a clear and effective system for internal communications including the dissemination of newsletters and other documents and publications for internal stakeholders including being able to scale up the delivery or robust communications material.
    3. Support program leadership and other program staff in their work, including development of a plan for achieving their priority advocacy objectives in both an emergency and development context.
    4. Oversee the implementation of the institutions communications strategy to provide effective communication of relevant information to internal and external audiences.

    Operational

    1. Develop fundraising proposals and carry out resource mobilization for civic and advocacy activities within the department.
    2. Maintain alliances with government agencies to enable effective networking within the Police Commission.
    3. Review, validate and authorize content for the newsletter and website to be published for public consumption.
    4. Oversee the delivery of high quality advocacy materials for use, to ensure correct dissemination of information is circulated within the Commission.

    Financial

    1. Provide input into the budgeting process.

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations and Advertising or related disciplines from a recognized university.
    2. Computer Literacy.
    3. Legislative areas concerning communications.
    4. Professional standards and attributes.
    5. Communication skills.
    6. Interpersonal skills.
    7. Organizational skills.
    8. Ability to work under pressure.
    9. Ability to lead and manage team.
    10. Problem solving skills.
    11. Supervisory skills.
    12. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    13. Ten (10) years of service, of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Deputy Director Planning, Research & Policy Development

     

    Managerial

    1. Develop systems and policies that aligns the overall departmental strategy with the strategic objectives of the Commission.
    2. Develop policy-related documents, manuscripts, reports and plans for dissemination to division heads according to the prescribed schedules and guidelines in the Commission and forward for approval by the Director.
    3. Undertake planning of the activities of vetting secretariat and ensure the implementation of the periodical work plans to maintain compliance of work standards.
    4. Review programs for approval in order to achieve divisional objectives and ensure alignment to the Commission’s overall strategy.
    5. Support the provision of technical services for various departments by developing long-range plans, current policy analysis and identification of gaps to ensure efficient running of the division.
    6. Coordinate the development of the annual reports of the Commission for submission to the head of public service office in line with the government standards and regulations.
    7. Conduct regular research on various issues to aid the panels during the vetting interview so as to ensure efficiency during the overall process.
    8. Undertake on regular basis the Monitoring and Evaluation of vetting secretariat`s strategies and processes to be able to identify areas of possible interventions by the commission.
    9. Conduct preview interviews to all panelists in order to familiarize them with the information of officers who are to undergo vetting to ensure alignment of what is to be achieved through the process.
    10. Coordinate the preparation of pen pictures and interview forms for the vetting secretariat to ensure accurate information is displayed.
    11. Coordinate the budgetary process for the vetting secretariat in liaison with other departments to ensure proper utilization of funds.

    Operational

    1. Analyze and process disciplinary letters for use by the panelists during the vetting interview to ensure correct processes and procedures are followed.
    2. Mentor and coach staff within the research and vetting department to enhance work performance as set out in the appraisal schemes.
    3. Ensure individual staff annual work plans are implemented and are within the estimated budget, timelines and quality standards to achieve effective and efficient performance in the division.

    Financial

    1. Preparation of divisional budget.

    Qualifications knowledge and skills

    1. Master’s degree in economics, statistics or social sciences.
    2. Certificate in Strategic Leadership Development Programme.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Knowledge of statistical packages such as SPSS, EViews, STATA.
    5. Knowledge of budgeting process.
    6. Leadership skills.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Negotiation skills.
    12. Ability to build and lead cohesive teams.
    13. Problem solving skills.
    14. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    15. Twelve (12) years of service of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Deputy Director Communication & Public Relations

     

    Managerial

    1. Monitor the execution of the communication policies and adherence to set standards across the institution to determine their utilization by staff.
    2. Develop the communication programs to support key stakeholders and media relation efforts to give the Commission the required positioning and visibility.
    3. Manage all external digital communication for the institution to ensure quality output on outgoing messages.

    Operational

    1. Oversee media commentary and analysis of the print, electronic and social media on the National Police Service Commission.
    2. Produce proactive and authoritative press releases, briefs, case studies, articles and speeches.
    3. Develop Information, Education and communication materials positively representing the Commission to the public.
    4. Drive, champion and position the National Police Service Commission brand attributes for visibility purposes.
    5. Lead the development and performance management of staff that report to the position to ensure the achievement of both individual and commission goals.

    Financial

    1. Preparation of directorate’s budgets.

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Master’s degree in Communication, Public relations, Journalism and
    Marketing.
    2. Computer literacy.
    3. Budgeting skills.
    4. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    5. Knowledge of professional standards.
    6. Leadership skills.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Negotiation skills.
    12. Ability to build and lead cohesive teams.
    13. Problem solving skills.
    14. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    15. Twelve (12) years of service of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Deputy Director Human Capital Management

     

    Managerial

    1. Develop and monitor the implementation of the human capital management strategy that is derived from the institution strategy, to ensure alignment of the department activities with the institution objectives.
    2. Develop department policies and procedures to provide guidance in the delivery of the human capital strategy in line with best practice, the commission overall strategy, and the employment laws and regulations of Kenya.
    3. Monitor compliance with the commission human capital policies and procedures, and the employment laws and regulations of Kenya, to ensure the commission is protected from litigation and risks associated with non – compliance.
    4. Develop and monitor the effective utilization of the directorate budget to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the use of allocated resources necessary for the implementation of the human capital strategy.
    5. Oversee the management of Administration services-registry services and related commission functions.
    6. Oversee recruitment, appointments, promotions, remuneration, staff training and development of staff in this function to ensure the right talent is correctly placed.
    7. Assist the Director, Human Capital Management in the management of the
    HR functions in the institution.
    8. Oversee the preparation of the agenda and minutes of HR committees and HR agenda for the Commission Board meetings.

    Operational

    1. Develop the division work plan from the human capital strategy to ensure the activities of the division are aligned with the human capital strategy for the division, and with the overall human capital strategy that supports the achievement of the commission objectives.
    2. Train, develop, and monitor the performance of staff through the performance contracting and PAS to ensure the achievement of the division and overall commission objectives.
    3. Participate in the discipline management through the provision of advice on resolution of cases on discipline, to ensure compliance with the employment laws, the commission policies and procedures, and with applicable agreements that results in improved relations between the commission and employees together with their union, and in reduced litigations to ensure efficient and effective Human Capital management.
    4. Monitor the implementation of processes and procedures in human resource management to ensure full compliance and maintenance of high quality standards in the delivery of service.
    5. Ensure the performance of staff in the department is monitored, and that the staff are trained and developed, to enhance performance and achievement of the department and commission strategies.
    6. Ensure proper preparation of design and maintenance of HR Information systems.
    7. Develop of HR planning process including budgeting, procurement of manpower documentation and placement, innovative remuneration reward systems that are appropriate.
    8. Ensure proper implementation of retirement and pensions schemes to assist in making exits manageable.

    Financial

    1. Budget for personal Emoluments.
    2. Approve HR related expenditures in the IFMIS system.

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Masters degree in HR related field, Strategic Management, Business
    Administration.
    2. Diploma in HR or Degree in any social subjects from a recognized university.
    3. CPS (k) or its equivalent.
    4. A member of a relevant HRM professional body.
    5. Computer literacy.
    6. Knowledge of relevant legislations (the constitution, labor related laws).
    7. Knowledge of professional standards.
    8. Management skills.
    9. Leadership skills.
    10. Coordinating skills.
    11. Communication skills.
    12. Interpersonal skills.
    13. Negotiation skills.
    14. Counseling skills.
    15. Meets the requirements of Chapter Six of the constitution of Kenya.
    16. Twelve (12) years of service of which three (3) should be in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION

    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Director Communication & Outreach

     

    Managerial

    1. Develop comprehensive communications and public relations strategies and policies to support the implementation of the National Police Service Commission’s strategic plan.
    2. Prepare the department’s operational strategy, policies, work plan and budgets to support the attainment of its mandate.
    3. Prepare, continuously review and update the Commission’s communications guidelines and manuals to ensure effective internal and external communication in line with professional practice.
    4. Develop and implement effective media relation strategies to maximize media opportunities.
    5. Manage the Communication’s reputation by leading the identification and prioritization of emerging issues and carrying out effective communication to address these issues in a timely manner.
    6. Oversee content development for the Communication channels including website, social media platforms and other communication documents.
    7. Design and implement Cooperate Social Responsibility (CSR) plan that supports the growth of National Police Service Commission brand values.
    8. Coordinate, monitor and evaluate the work of third party communication services providers including writers, designers, and printers, in line with agreed terms of engagement.

    Operational

    1. Implement the Office’s communication strategy to ensure effective social marketing and management of the institution brand and reputation.
    2. Manage the Commission’s brand and reputation by ensuring that the office brand standards are met in all communications both in tone and message.
    3. Drive the Commission’s internal and external communication strategy and messaging by providing counsel and message framework for all other channels of communication for the office.
    4. Edit and coordinate production and dissemination of the National Police Service Commission Information, Educational and Communication (IEC) materials and newsletter.
    5. Design, maintain and update the media resource centre for the department 6. Audit all communication activities and recommend improvement to the management.
    7. Implement effective external media relation strategies to maximize media opportunities.
    8. Responsible for social media strategy and implementation for effective social marketing.
    9. Review and provide professional input into all the communications opportunities identified for the CEO and other senior staff.
    10. Lead the development and performance management of staff that report to the position to ensure the achievement of both individual and commission goals.

    Financial

    1. Prepare Directorates budget

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Master’s degree in Mass Communications or Public relations or its equivalent from a recognized university.
    2. CISA, CIPS.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Budgeting skills.
    5. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    6. Knowledge of professional standards.
    7. Leadership skills.
    8. Communication skills.
    9. Interpersonal skills.
    10. Organizational skills.
    11. Ability to work under pressure.
    12. Negotiation skills.
    13. Ability to build and lead cohesive teams.
    14. Problem solving skills.
    15. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    16. Fifteen (15) years of service, of which five (5) must be of similar experience in a comparable position from a reputable organization.


    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION


    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Director Human Capital Management and Development

     

    Managerial

    1. Provide leadership in the development of the Human Capital strategy that ensures the commission is transformed, has optimal staffing levels, and that the human capital is           fully engaged and capable of the delivery of current and future goals.
    2. Ensure the preparation and implementation of work plans derived from the human capital strategy, to ensure that the strategy is delivered, and that the operations of the             department are in line with the overall commission strategy.
    3. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of the human capital budget, to ensure efficient allocation of resources necessary for quality implementation of the       human capital strategy, and monitor the implementation to ensure efficiency in use of resources that supports the commission objectives on cost management.
    4. Liaise with the Public Service Commission, Directorate of Personnel Management and Treasury on matters of Human Capital and budget respectively.
    5. Lead the development and implementation of human capital policies, procedures and systems in liaison with relevant commissions.
    6. Oversee Implementation and maintenance of code of conduct for staff in the
        Commission.
    7. Champion the performance of other divisions through the development of enhanced performance management systems and culture that is linked to reward and that is fully           integrated with all other people, products, and processes, to ensure the overall achievement of National Police Service
        Commission strategic objectives.
    8. Lead the development of human capital initiatives and engagement activities that develop employee career paths through organization development, to ensure a high employee retention rate and performance.
    9. Ensure periodic skills and training needs assessment evolve to support staff development in line with new demands of external and internal drivers.
    10. Oversee the establishment and maintenance of Human Capital Information Systems.
    11. Ensure that human capital effectiveness and key Human Capital metrics are monitored to demonstrate the contribution of Human Capital initiatives to the commissions overall performance.
    12. Lead risk management in human capital management, to ensure appropriate strategies are developed and implemented to protect the commission from the negative impact of risks associated with human capital management.
    13. Develop proposals in regard to Human Capital issues to the board to enhance and grow the function to enable it support the staff adequately.

    Operational

    1. Provide leadership in the administration of staff benefits in line with the commission policies and procedures, and best practice, to ensure the delivery of the overall commission performance objectives.
    2. Ensure that the performance of staff in the department is monitored, and that the staff are trained and developed, to enhance performance and achievement of the department and commission strategies.
    3. Lead the employee discipline process to ensure compliance to the employment laws, the commission policies and procedures, and to instill best practice in the management of discipline management for the commission.
    4. Review human capital management reports for quality, and present the reports to the commissioner general and the human resource committee of the board, to ensure that issues identified are addressed to support the achievement of the commission objectives.
    5. Make timely decisions through seeking out and listening to various options/alternatives offered by specialists.
    6. Work with others through building effective communication and information sharing.
    7. Lead the workforce by empowering them to meet challenging organization goals.
    8. Interpret, Advise & guide the management and the commission on all HR matters.

    Financial

    1. A.I.E. holder of personal emoluments and related items
    2. In-charge of PE Budget.

    Qualification Knowledge and Skills

    1. Master’s degree in Human Resource/Human Resource Management/Industrial Relations/Public or Business Administration.
    2. Post graduate qualifications in Human Resource and or Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Budgeting.
    5. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    6. Knowledge of professional standards.
    7. Leadership skills.
    8. Communication skills.
    9. Interpersonal skills.
    10. Organizational skills.
    11. Ability to work under pressure.
    12. Negotiation skills.
    13. Ability to build and lead cohesive teams.
    14. Problem solving skills.
    15. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the constitution of Kenya.
    16. Fifteen (15) years of service, of which five (5) must be of similar experience in a comparable position from a reputable organization.


    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION


    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    SECURITY REPORT

    In addition, the National Intelligence Service (NIS) may be requested by the Commission to provide a report on all shortlisted applicants.

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    Director Corporate Support Services

     

    Managerial

    1. Lead the development of the corporate services directorate strategy to ensure alignment of the strategy with the overall institution strategy.
    2. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of the directorate budget to ensure optimal allocation of resources in the implementation of the directorate strategy.
    3. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of budgets, policies and procedures to support the achievement of the institution strategy.
    4. Provide leadership in development of timely and quality work plans for staff at all levels, derived from the directorate overall strategy to ensure effective implementation of the strategy.

    Operational

    1. Report on the performance of the corporate services directorate in line with the overall strategy of the institution, to ensure the activities of the directorate support the achievement of the institution objective.
    2. Mentor and coach staff members within the directorate to enhance work performance as set out in the appraisal schemes.
    3. Lead the training and development of staff in the directorate in line with both individual and institution performance objectives in line with the annual audit plan.
    4. Establish and maintain relations with both internal and external stakeholders to lobby for support necessary for the achievement of the overall institutional strategy.

    Financial

    1. Preparation of Directorates’ budget.
    2. Participate in and coordinate the institution budgetary process.

    Qualifications knowledge and Skills

    1. Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
    2. Computer literacy.
    3. Knowledge of budgeting.
    4. Knowledge of relevant legislation.
    5. Knowledge of professional standards.
    6. Leadership skills.
    7. Communication skills.
    8. Interpersonal skills.
    9. Organizational skills.
    10. Ability to work under pressure.
    11. Negotiation skills.
    12. Ability to build and lead cohesive teams.
    13. Problem solving skills.
    14. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    15. Fifteen (15) years of service, of which five (5) must be of similar experience in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION


    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.
    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

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    Commission Secretary / Chief Executive Officer

     

    Managerial

    1. Lead the development of the Commission’s Strategic Plan, annual work plans and other operational documents.
    2. Accountable to the Commission for execution of all programmes and plans in line with the Commission’s constitutional and legal mandate.
    3. Oversee and ensure prudent financial management; adequate budgetary allocations; establishment of strict approvals and adherence to approved budgetary allocations.
    4. Oversee the coordination and efficient management of the Secretariat which includes managing the process of change and review and implementation of the strategic and operational plans.

    Operational

    1. As the Commission’s Accounting Officer, safeguard the Commission’s assets including prudent management of the Commission’s financial resources.
    2. Acting on the decisions of the Commission.
    3. Execute the decisions of the Commission.
    4. Assign duties and supervise all employees of the Commission.
    5. Facilitate, coordinate and ensure execution of the Commissions mandate.
    6. Ensure compliance with public ethics and values.

    Financial

    1. Approve the Directorates budget
    2. Authorize directorate expenditure

    Qualifications Knowledge and Skills

    1. Master’s degree in a relevant field from a recognised university.
    2. Certificate in Strategic Leadership Development Programme.
    3. Computer literacy.
    4. Knowledge of budgeting processes.
    5. Leadership skills.
    6. Communication skills.
    7. Interpersonal skills.
    8. Organizational skills.
    9. Ability to work under pressure.
    10. Negotiation skills.
    11. Ability to build and lead cohesive teams.
    12. Problem solving skills.
    13. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
    14. Eighteen (18) years of service, of which five (5) must be of similar experience in a comparable position from a reputable organization.

    ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR SELECTION


    If you believe your qualifications and career objectives match these exciting roles, please submit your application letter and detailed curriculum vitae stating your current position, current remuneration level, email and telephone contacts quoting reference number of the position applied for. The NPSC will be seeking evidence of a candidate’s suitability to serve in the positions advertised.

    1. Applicants should attach a copy of National Identity Card or Passport, testimonials, or any other evidence of proven relevant expertise herein being sought;
    2. In addition to the qualifications set out in the Constitution and the Enabling Statutes, applicants must further furnish clearance certificates from:
    a) Director, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC);
    b) Commissioner General, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA);
    c) Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB);
    d) Professional bodies (where applicable) to which the applicant belongs such as LSK, ICPS (K), ICPAK, AAK, IEK, etc.;
    e) Certificate of Good Conduct.


    NB: These criteria are applicable only to the Senior Positions NPSC 5 to NPSC 8.
    Women, minorities, marginalized and persons living with disability are encouraged to apply.

    DISQUALIFICATION CRITERIA

    No person shall be qualified for appointment in any of the above posts if the person:

    a) Has previously been convicted of any criminal offence;
    b) Has violated the Constitution;
    c) Is an undischarged bankrupt;
    d) Has been adversely mentioned in any report by a Commission of Inquiry or any Parliamentary Committee;
    e) Canvasses directly, indirectly, by proxy, by emissary, by ethnic or clan whipping, by pressure groups, by other associations or in any other way;
    f) Knowingly, willingly and blatantly lies, misrepresents, cheats and fails to disclose material facts.

    Method of Application

    a) Applications and Certified Copies of the supporting documentation should be delivered to the National Police Service Commission, SkyPark Plaza (Near Jacaranda Hotel) 5th Floor Westlands, Nairobi, OR posted to:


    The Chairperson
    National Police Service Commission
    SkyPark Plaza 5th Floor
    P.O. Box 47363-00100
    NAIROBI


    Applications should be received at the Commission on or before 23rd January,2017

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