Position:Deputy Commission Secretary - Corporate Services
JobGroup/Grade/Scale: PSC9, :(521,071-601,222)
|Ministry: Public Service Commission|
|Qualifications and Requirements:|
|(i)be a Kenyan citizen; (ii)served for at least eighteen (18) years in the public service; three (3) of which should have been at PSC 7 or Job Group ‘S’ and above or in a relevant and comparable position in the public service or private sector; (iii)have a Bachelor’s degree in any of the social sciences from a university recognized in Kenya; (iv)have a Master’s degree in any of the social sciences or comparable and relevant qualification from a university recognized in Kenya; (v)have a certificate in strategic leadership course from a recognized institution; (vi)have a current membership and be in good standing with a relevant professional body; (vii)have demonstrable professional competence, leadership capabilities and initiative in administration, finance and human resource management; (viii)have a thorough understanding of policies, legislation and regulations governing human resource, finance and procurement; and (ix)demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.|
|Deputy Commission Secretary is the Principal Deputy to the Commission Secretary/Chief Executive Officer and is responsible to the CEO for: (i)coordinating development of organizational policies,systems and procedures for delivery of quality services in all corporate functions at the Commission; (ii)providing guidance on security of Commission assets, facilities and inventory; (iii)ensuring compliance with relevant statutory and regulatory requirements; (iv)providing liaison services for both internal and external publics; (v)establishing clients and stakeholders engagements including initiatives for developing and nurturing a performance and results oriented culture, positive public image, staff integrity, discipline and welfare programmes; (vi)coordinating preparation and submission of statutory and other required reports to the Presidency and Parliament; and (vii)coordinating development and follow up on parliamentary questions, executive briefs and speeches.