Chief Officer, Finance - Kericho, Kenya - Kericho County Public Service Board

    Kericho County Public Service Board
    Kericho County Public Service Board Kericho, Kenya

    2 weeks ago

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    Full time


    Welcome to Kericho County - home to 926,237 people according to projections National Population and Housing Census, 2009.


    Requirements for AppointmentBe a Kenyan citizen;Be a holder of a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Commerce or related discipline from an institution recognized in Kenya.A Master's degree in Finance or Accounting from a recognized institution in Kenya will be an added advantage.Registration with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) and Registration of Accountants Board (RAB) will be an added advantage.Have at least ten (10) years relevant professional experience, five (5) years of which should have been in a leadership position or at a Senior Management level in the public service or private sector;Senior management course from a recognized institution in Kenya will be an added advantage;Demonstrate a high degree of professional and technical competence in work performance and results;Satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution.Demonstrate a thorough understanding of devolution, the County Development objectives and Vision 2030.Be a strategic leader and results oriented.Have excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills;Have capacity to work under pressure to meet timelines;


    i. Organizing, directing, controlling and coordinating the functions of the department;ii. Initiating development of the appropriate County departmental policies, legal and institutional frameworks for the implementation of the mandate of the department;iii. Handling public service matters, human resource and other issues related to the Ensuring operationalization of service delivery in all the devolved units related to the department in the County, Sub-Counties and Wards;v. Handling administration matters, assets and other required issues related to the department;vi. Preparation of the departmental plans and budgets;vii. Ensuring strict compliance with all financial, budgetary and procurement procedures;viii. Promoting and Ensuring compliance with National values and Principles of good governance;ix. Ensure timely, efficient communication and coordination of administration departmental affairs;x. Interpreting and applying National and County laws and other related statutes in line with the County goals and objectives;xi. Perform other duties that may be assigned from time to time.


    Budgeting, financial planning, Policy drafting and development, Leadership skills, Ability to coordinate


    Bachelor's degree