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NCIA Manager Job (Case Management) Kenya 2022

NCIA Manager Job (Case Management) Kenya 2022
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NCIA Manager Job (Case Management)

Manager Case Management Job, Kenyan Current Legal Vacancies, 

Job Purpose

The job holder is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the department and oversees the administration of Domestic and International Arbitrations as well as alternative dispute resolution techniques; the case quality assurance and advisory; ADRresearch & Development as well as ADR Training towards promotion and administration of ADR.

Key Responsibilities / Duties / Tasks

  • Formulating and implementing policies and strategies for the department.
  • Administration of the registry and cases registered by the Centre.
  • Ensuring compliance by parties of the relevant laws, rules, and other case management protocols applicable to a case.
  • Providing advisory, technical, and administrative assistance upon request by parties; proposing revision of Rules, Codes of Practice, and guidelines.
  • Issue advisories on enforcement of arbitral awards.
  • Conducting comparative legal analyses on a range of issues.
  • Identifying legal and policy issues, research relevant precedents, and propose appropriate solutions.
  • Preparing briefs and memoranda on diverse topics as required.
  • Assisting the Arbitral Court with any additional or administrative work including library research and online legal resources.
  • Coordination of the implementation of the department’s strategic plans and realization of its objective.
  • Overseeing the implementation of performance appraisal systems and contracts of the department.
  • Preparing budget for the department.
  • Ensuring accountability and prudent management of resources and assets and ensuring
  • compliance with principles and values of good governance transparency, accountability, ethics, and integrity.
  • Monitoring, evaluating, and reviewing work plans for the department

Job Competencies (Knowledge, Experience and Attributes / Skills)

Academic Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Law, Arbitration, or  equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; and
  • Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: Law, Arbitration, or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution.

Other qualifications

  • Certificate in Arbitration and/or Mediation or any other ADR disciplines.
  • Certificate in a corporate governance course from a recognized institution.
  • Certificate in a strategic leadership course from a recognized institution.
  • Certificate in a senior management course from a recognized institution.
  • Proficiency in computer application skills, word, excel, power point, internet usage

Professional Qualifications / Membership to professional bodies

  • Post-graduate diploma from the Kenya School of Law.
  • Be a member of a recognized professional body in good standing.

Previous relevant work experience required.

  • Served in the grade of Principal Case Counsel – Case Administration/CaseQuality Assurance &
    Advisory for a minimum period of three (3) years


  • Have relevant working experience of at least seven (7) years’ experience in a relevantand comparable position in the public or private sector with a minimum of five (5) years in a senior management position.

How To Apply

If you meet the above requirements, please visit our website www.ncia.or.ke, for the complete advert, download and complete the job application form. Submit a soft copy (pdf) of the completed application form through e-mail: hr@ncia.or.ke attaching copies of your certificates, copy of your identification card and any other testimonial in support of your application together with a detailed curriculum vitae indicating current salary, contacts of at least three (3) referees and daytime telephone contacts to be submitted by 5.00 p.m. on Tuesday 1st February 2022 addressed to:

The Registrar/CEO
Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration
Co-operative Bank House, 8th Floor
Haile Selassie Avenue
P.O. BOX 548 – 00200 Nairobi – Kenya

Shortlisted candidates will be notified of prospective interview dates and Chapter Six (6) clearance documents shall be required during interview and may undergo necessary background checks with relevant institutions. Any canvassing or solicitation by or on behalf of an applicant for the above vacancies will disqualify the applicant. Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration is an equal opportunity employer and qualified women, youths and Persons Living with Disability are encouraged to apply

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