Government Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya – NuPEA 2019
Career Employment Kenya: Government Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya – NuPEA 2019
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Finance & Accounts


Job
Ref No. NuPEA /HRA/FM/2/6/2019
Reporting
to the Director Corporate Services, the job holder will be responsible for
guiding and advising the Board on prudent management and deployment of
financial resources through budgeting, budgetary control, working capital
management, financial accounting and reporting to safeguard organization’s
assets and resources by;

Responsibilities

·        
Formulating sound financial policies,
procedures, regulations and systems that ensure effective control and
accountability.
·        
Planning, implementing, controlling
of financial resources and accounting systems to enable the organization
achieve its strategic objectives.
·        
Developing, implementing and
reviewing optimal capital structure and alternative sources of financing
nuclear infrastructure, research development and innovation.
·        
Designing, implementing and reviewing
internal controls systems to safeguard the property and assets of the
Organization;
·        
Advising on funding requirement and
resource mobilization strategies to ensure that the Organization is fully
funded to meet its strategic obligations.
·        
Preparing budget estimates,
undertaking budgetary controls and assisting departmental heads in the
management of their budgets through provision of budget utilization reports.
·        
Processing of financial transactions
including commitment of funds, expenditure and revenue management, management
of debtors and creditors and providing leadership on all matters pertaining to
prudent financial management.
·        
Preparing and maintaining books of
accounts to facilitate production of timely and accurate financial statements
and reports for management decision making as well as for external reporting in
line the requirements of the Public Financial Management Act 2012 and the
National Treasury guidelines issued from time to time; and
·        
Developing, implementing and
evaluating performance goals and targets for the department.
In
the execution of this assignment, the Manager Finance and Accounts will be
expected to ensure and uphold exemplary Corporate Governance in line with the
Government’s values and promote a robust performance-driven culture.
·        
Candidates must have the following
qualifications: –
·        
Bachelors’ Degree in Commerce
/Economics/ Finance or any other relevant discipline from a recognized
institution.
·        
Master’s Degree in Administration/
Finance or any relevant field from a recognized university.
·        
CPA K or ACCA holder.
·        
Be a registered member with Institute
of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) in good standing;
·        
Must have at least ten (10) years’
relevant work experience, five (5) of which should be in a senior management
position.
Knowledge Skills and Competencies
·        
The candidate must possess the
following skills and competencies:-
·        
Demonstrable knowledge of the Energy
Sector in Kenya;
·        
Demonstrate understanding of national
values;
·        
Excellent leadership competencies
including analytical skills, excellent organization and coordination skills and
ability to make decisions;
·        
Meet the provisions of Chapter Six of
the Constitution of Kenya;
·        
Proven ability to build and manage
effective teams;
·        
Be detail oriented and have ability
to meet deadlines; and
·        
Be results oriented.
Knowledge Skills and Competencies
·        
Demonstrable knowledge of the Energy
Sector in Kenya;
·        
Demonstrate understanding of national
values;
·        
Excellent leadership competencies
including analytical skills, excellent organization and coordination skills and
ability to make decisions;
·        
Meet the provisions of Chapter Six of
the Constitution of Kenya;
·        
Proven ability to build and manage
effective teams;

·        
Be detail oriented and have ability
to meet deadlines; and
·        
Be results oriented.
Terms of Service and Remuneration
The
appointment will be for a contractual term of three (3) years, renewable
subject to effective performance and delivery of set targets.
The
successful candidate will be offered a competitive remuneration package for the
position
Ref No. NuPEA /HRA/MSC/1/6/2019
The Nuclear Power and Energy Agency,
formerly Kenya Nuclear Electricity Board (KNEB), is a State Corporation
established under the Energy Act 2019. It is charged with the responsibility of
promoting and implementing Kenya’s Nuclear Power Programme, carrying out
research and development for the energy sector.
Reporting to the Chief Executive
Officer (CEO), the job holder will be responsible for developing, planning,
implementing and reviewing procurement policies, procedures and systems to
ensure conformance with best practices and compliance with regulatory framework
and providing professional opinion on procurement to the CEO and managing all
the purchase and disposal of stores and inventory management by;
·        
Overseeing development,
implementation and reviewing of procurement procedures strategies, policies and
plans;
·        
Overseeing the development and
implementation of procurement systems to ensure conformance with best practices
and ensure compliance with regulatory framework;
·        
Guiding the management on policies
relating to tendering, quotations, public tendering, evaluation and selection,
approval, notification and contracts as stipulated in Public Procurement
oversight laws and Regulations.
·        
Managing the supply chain function
which includes among others the disposal of unserviceable/obsolete or excess
items, inventory management, contract negotiation and management together with
respective user departments, procurement of goods, services and works.
·        
Responsible for coordinating
development and implementation of Annual Procurement and Disposal Plans and
strategy.
·        
Developing, implementing and
evaluating performance goals and targets for the department.
·        
In the execution of this assignment,
the Manager Supply Chain will be expected to ensure and uphold exemplary
Corporate Governance in line with the Government’s values and promote a robust
performance-driven culture.
·        
Bachelors’ Degree in Supply Chain
Management or any other relevant discipline from a recognized institution.
·        
Master’s degree in relevant field.
·        
Be a registered member of good
standing with Institute of Kenya Institute Supply Management (KISM) and/or
Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) with a valid practicing
license.
·        
Must have at least ten (10) years’
relevant work experience, five (5) of which should be in a senior management
position.
Knowledge Skills and Competencies
·        
Demonstrable knowledge of the Energy
Sector in Kenya;
·        
Demonstrate understanding of national
values;
·        
Excellent leadership competencies
including analytical skills, excellent organization and coordination skills and
ability to make decisions;
·        
Meet the provisions of Chapter Six of
the Constitution of Kenya;
·        
Proven ability to build and manage
effective teams;
·        
Be detail oriented and have ability
to meet deadlines; and
·        
Be results oriented.
Terms of Service and Remuneration
The appointment will be for a
contractual term of three (3) years, renewable subject to effective performance
and delivery of set targets.
The successful candidate will be
offered a competitive remuneration package for the position
Interested candidates for the above
positions must submit copies of the following clearances and certificates:-
·        
Kenya
Revenue Authority
·        
Higher
Education Loans Board
·        
Ethics
and Anti-Corruption Commission
·        
Criminal
Investigation Department (Certificate of Good Conduct)
·        
Credit
Reference Bureau
·        
Academic
Certificates
Candidates who meet the above
requirements should submit their applications so as to reach the address shown
below (clearly stating the reference in the letter and on the envelope) on or
before 
28th June, 2019 by 5.00pm East
African Time
.
Applicants to include CVs with
details of day-time contacts, current and expected salary, notice period
required to take up appointment, names and contacts of three referees.
Applicants must also attach 
copies
of all Certificates/ Testimonials, and copy of National ID/Passport and Bio Data Form (.doc file)
Applications can be sent by post or
delivered to:
The Director, Human Resource and
Administration,
Nuclear Power and Energy Agency,
Kawi Complex Block C, 2nd Floor,
Popo Road, South C, along Red Cross
Road,
P.O. Box 26374-00100, Nairobi, Kenya

manager_supplychain@nuclear.co.ke (for Manager, Supply Chain)

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