Government Jobs in Kenya – Nyandarua 2019
Career Employment Kenya: Government Jobs in Kenya – Nyandarua 2019
Job Description: Today Work Kenya

Principal HR Officer

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Deputizing the Director responsible
for matters of human resource.
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Applying human resource knowledge and
skills with a view to enhancing the general management of the institution.

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Supervising and coordinating other
staffers in the department;

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Developing and monitoring the
operational work plan for the department;
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Preparing, organizing and overseeing
capacity development programmes for the Service and membership of
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the county assembly;
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Preparation the institution’s payroll
and submission of statutory deductions;
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Enforcing and interpreting human
resource management policies, regulations, procedures and systems;
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Initiating and overseeing staff and
members’ social welfare programs in the context of human resource practices;
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Pension management for Members of
County Assembly and staff; and
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Performing any other duties that may
be assigned to the office from time to time.
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Must have a bachelor’s degree in
human resource management or a degree in a social science relevant to human
resource management;
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Must be a member of the Institute of
Human Resource Management (IHRM);
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A master’s degree in Human Resources
Management will be an added advantage;
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Must have served as senior human
resource management officer for at least five (5) years preferably in public
service or in a reputable private organization;
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Must have attended a senior
management course in a government recognized organization lasting not less than
four (4) weeks; and
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Demonstrate merit and ability as
reflected in work performance and outputs
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Performing duties associated with
human resource capacity development within the framework of the existing human
resource management policies and regulations;
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Providing guidance and advice on
appropriate application of human resource management practices to the immediate
supervisor;
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Preparing the institution’s payroll
and submitting of statutory deductions;
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Enforcing and interpreting human
resource management policies, regulations, procedures and systems;
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Pension management for members of County
Assembly and staff within the established policies and framework; and
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Performing any other duties that may
be assigned to the office from time to time.
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A Bachelor’s degree in human resource
management or any social science relevant to human resource management;
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Must be a member of the Institute of
Human Resource Management (IHRM);
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One must have at least three (3)
years of experience in a related position in public sector or a reputable
private organization;
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Demonstrate knowledge on the application
of human resource management; and
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A qualification in accounting (at
least CPA III) will be an added advantage.
Clerk Assistant (3 Posts)
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Three (3) Positions
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Providing secretarial services to
Committees that may be assigned from time to time;
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Providing administrative liaison with
other established departments and directorates, within the established
procedures and policies, for allocated committees;
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Providing liaison services for the
assigned committees with other entities;
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Providing procedural and technical
advice to the assigned committees;
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Coordinating the secretariat of the
assigned committees;
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Developing and overseeing the
implementation of the assigned committees’ work plans;
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Advising on capacity development for
assigned committees;
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Preparing reports on matters
pertaining to the business of the assigned committee; and
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Any other duties that may be assigned
to the office from time to time.
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A minimum of a bachelor’s degree from
a recognized university in Kenya; and
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Being a Certified Public Secretary
(Kenya) shall be an added advantage.
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Suitable applicants with a
qualification in economics, fiscal analysis or public budgeting will have
special consideration.
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General office and estate management
including beautification;
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Fleet and asset management;
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Catering and other associated
logistics;
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Perform any other duties that may be
assigned to the office from time to time.
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A bachelor’s degree in business
management or its equivalent from a university recognized in Kenya;
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Must have served in an administrative
position for at least three (3) years in a public entity or a reputable private
organization; and
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Must demonstrate ability to design
and implement short term, medium and long term plans.

Budget & Economic Planning
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Collecting and collating economic and
budgetary information from various sources for analysis;
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Assist members and committees of the
Assembly in the analysis of budgets and other planning documents;
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Undertake scheduled site/field visits
for monitoring and evaluation of county projects and programmes; and
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Any other duty as may be assigned to
the office from time to time.
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A Bachelor’s Degree in
Economics/Finance/Commerce (Accounting or Finance
option)/Statistics/Mathematics from a recognized University;
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Proficiency in computer applications
especially in spreadsheets
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A candidate who has professional
qualification in areas such as accountancy, finance and investment, monitoring
and evaluation or knowledge in use of statistical analysis software has an
added advantage.
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Performing commissioned and
ceremonial duties associated with the department in the County Assembly;
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Enforcing policies and procedures
related to admission of visitors and strangers into the precincts of the County
Assembly;
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Enforcing policies pertaining to the
security of the members, staff and property of the County Assembly;
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Supporting the Administration in the
management of its policies on motor vehicle packing within the County Assembly;
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Liaising with the relevant department
in support of the committees’ service; with limitation to the mandate of your
department; and
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Performing any other duty as may be
assigned to the office from time to time.
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Attained at least a Kenya Certificate
of Secondary Education (KCSE) or its equivalent;
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Served in a legislative institution
for at least five years with a demonstrable knowledge of the working
environment of such an institution; or
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Has served satisfactorily in a
disciplined force or attained the grade of security warden for not less than
three years.
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Undertaking independent verbatim
reporting of County Assembly proceedings and those of relevant committees
within or outside the County Assembly;
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Preparing transcripts for editing;
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Sorting, checking transcripts from
fellow officers and amending as necessary
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Assisting in classification, custody,
archiving, retrieval and cross checking of Hansard documents against
references;
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Recording, editing and segmenting
recorded Assembly sounds into takes for reporters’ transcription; and
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Any other duties as may be assigned
to the office from time to time.
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A Bachelors of Arts degree in
Linguistics majoring in English/Kiswahili from a recognized university
/institution; OR
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A Bachelor’s degree in any of the
Social Sciences plus at least a C+ in both English and Kiswahili in the Kenya
certificate of Secondary Education Examination or the equivalent qualification;
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A National Diploma in Secretarial
Studies(KNEC) with Typing II (40 w.p.m), shorthand III, Audio Typing I and II
will be an added advantage;
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Demonstrate knowledge on the working
of Hansard reporting and legislative proceedings and committee systems; and
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Excellent computer skills in Word
Processing.
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Analysing, designing, coding, and
testing of ICT Systems;
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Implementing computer programs;
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Providing user support and training;
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Receiving, installing and certifying
of Information Communication Technology equipment;
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Maintaining ICT systems;
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Repairing and maintaining of Information
Communication Technology equipment and associated peripherals; and
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Any other duties as may be assigned
to the office from time to time.
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A Bachelor’s Degree in either
Computer Science, Information and Communication Technology, Information Systems
or Information Science from a recognized university or institution;
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Demonstrate knowledge in the area of
operation; and
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At least two years’ relevant
experience.
Persons
interested in filling the above positions should submit Applications in own
hand writing accompanied by two page Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of
relevant academic and professional certificates, national identity card or
passport and any other relevant documents.
In
addition, applicants should submit certificate of clearance from ethics and
ant-corruption commission, higher education loans board, criminal investigation
department and the Kenya revenue authority as part of compliance with chapter
six of the constitution of Kenya 2010.
Nyandarua
County Assembly is an equal opportunity employer and persons with disability
are encouraged to apply.
All
applicants should Clearly indicate the position applied for in the reference
line and be addressed to:
County Assembly Service Board
County Assembly of Nyandarua
Or
on hand delivery to the office of the Clerk of County Assembly located at the
Nyandarua
County
Assembly premises not later than 
18th February, 2019.

Only
shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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