Government Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya – KICD 2019
Job Employment Kenya: Government Jobs in Nairobi, Kenya – KICD 2019
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Carpentry

The
Artisan will report to the Senior Estates Officer.
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Making and maintaining wood works in
buildings and other structures;
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Making and repairing furniture;
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Carrying out routine checks for
repairs and maintenance of furniture and office equipment;

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Making requisitions for materials;

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Passed the National Trade Test II
certificate of the National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) or equivalent
qualification from a recognized institution; and
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Fulfill the requirements of Chapter
Six of the Constitution Interested
Studio Technical Operator
The
Studio Technical Operator will report to the Assistant Director Technical
Services.
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Assisting in the operation of various
broadcasting and information equipment’s in radio/television/film studios,
computer laboratories, engineering laboratories and dark room.
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In addition, the officer will assist
in the demonstration on the use of the equipment to the trainees and will work
under the supervision and guidance of a senior trainer.
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KCSE C-(Minus).
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Diploma in Mass Communication, Media
Studies/Science or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
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Computer literacy; and
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Fulfill the requirements of Chapter
Six of the Constitution.
Assistant Engineering Technician
The
Assistant Engineering Technician will report to the Assistant Director
Technical Services.
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Designing of drawings and
specifications;
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Installing electrical/electronic
equipment; and
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Maintaining electrical /electronic
equipment and systems in the Institute.
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Diploma in Electrical / Electronic
Engineering or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
Registered by Engineers Registration Board of Kenya or relevant professional
body;
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Computer literacy; and
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Fulfill the requirements of Chapter
Six of the Constitution
Assistant Security Officer
The
Assistant Security Officer will report to the Senior Security Officer.
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Ensuring that Institutes’assets are
secured;
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Implementing security
policies;3.Preparing work plans and budgets for security requirements;
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Coordinating security operations with
public law enforcement agencies;
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Developing emergency management and
contingency procedures;
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Identifying, investigating and
resolving security breaches;
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Keeping abreast with emerging
security challenges and devising appropriate interventions to ensure the organization
security is maintained at all times.
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Monitoring all surveillance cameras
and CCTV remote viewer programs.
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Diploma in any of the following
disciplines:-Criminology; Criminology and Criminal Justice; Criminology and
Fraud Management; Criminology and Security Management; Security Management or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
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Undergone a six (6) weeks approved
security course at CID training school or an approved security course from the
military or its equivalent
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Served as senior security warden or
equivalent for a period of three (3) years.
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Proven experience in the use of CCTV
and surveillance cameras in the security function.
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A First Aid Certificate from a
recognized institution;
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A valid Certificate of Good Conduct
from the Kenya Police; and
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Computer literacy;
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Fulfill the requirement of Chapter
Six of the Constitution.
The
Supply Chain Management Officer will report to the Assistant Director Supply
Chain Management.
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Preparing, advertising and
distributing procurement documents;
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Maintaining up-to-date contract
register;
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Sourcing for suppliers through
request for quotations;
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Ensuring timely delivery of goods,
services and works;
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Conducting market research and surveys;
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Ensuring safe custody of stores;
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Recommending stores requisitions for
issuing;
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Monitoring the movement of stores;
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Coordinating identification of
unserviceable, obsolete and surplus stores and equipment for disposal;
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Participating in tender opening and
evaluation; and

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Complying with procurement
regulation.
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Bachelor’s degree in any of the
following disciplines: -Procurement and Supply Chain Management; Purchasing and
Supplies Management; Supply Chain Management; Procurement and Contract Management;
Logistics and Supply Chain Management; Procurement and Logistics Management or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
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Full membership to a professional
body;
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Computer literacy; and
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Fulfill the requirements of Chapter
Six of the Constitution
The
Planning Officers will report to the Assistant Director, Planning Services.
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Collecting, collating, processing and
interpreting statistical data;
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Implementing and monitoring of the
Institute’s strategic plan and service charter;
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Implementing and evaluating the
Institute’s performance contract, master plan;
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Developing departmental work plans
and aligning them to the budget;
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Monitoring, evaluating and reporting
on progress in the implementation of projects and programmes;
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Conducting economic analysis and
strategies;
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Preparing Ministerial Public
Expenditure Review (MPER) and Mid-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) budget; and
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Providing input in the preparation of
development plans.
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Bachelor’s degree in any of the
following fields: Economics, Statistics, Economics and Mathematics, Economics
and Finance or Economics and Statistics from a recognized institution; and
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Member of a relevant professional
body;
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Computer literacy;
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Fulfill the requirements of Chapter
Six of the Constitution
The
Assistant Director –Legal Services will report to the Director.
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Liaising with departments to identify
and ensure that legal risks have been mitigated and appropriate courses of
action have been taken;
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Continuously monitoring compliance
with statutory obligations and provide professional Legal advice to the
Management;
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Advice management on legal matters
relating to operations and action on legal cases instituted against the
Institute;
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Provide secretarial services to the
Council, and to the Senior Management of the Institute;
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Advice on procurement contracts and
ensures that they comply with the relevant laws and regulations;
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Represent the Institute in court
cases;
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Any other duties as may be assigned
from time to time by the Director.
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Bachelors of Law (LLB) from a
recognized Institution;
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Post Graduate Diploma in Law from
Kenya School of Law;
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Advocate of the High Court of Kenya
With A Valid Practicing Certificate;
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Registered member of the Law society
of Kenya in good standing;
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A Member of the Certified Public
Secretaries;
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Proficiency in computer use and
applications; and
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Demonstrated outstanding professional
competence in legal work and company secretarial practice.
The
Human Resource Management Officer will report to the Deputy Director HRM&D.
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Implementing staff induction and
orientation programmes;
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Implementing work place health and
safety;
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Administering compensation and
benefit scheme;
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Undertaking an inventory of vacant
positions and preparing reports for decision making;
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Implementing human resource
management policies, regulations, procedures and systems;
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Preparing various human resource
reports;
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Implementing human resource decisions
within existing rules, regulations and procedure; and
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Complying with human resource
statutory and regulatory requirements.
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Bachelor’s degree in any of the
following disciplines:-Human Resource Management; Human Resource Development or
equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; OR
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Bachelor’s degree in any of the
following disciplines: -Economics; Sociology; Business Administration; Public
Administration; Commerce with Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource
Management/Development or equivalent qualification from a recognized
institution;
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A registered member of a recognized
professional body;
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Computer literacy;
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Fulfill the requirements of Chapter
Six of the Constitution.
Applicants
should forward copies of their application letters, academic and professional
certificates, testimonials, up-to-date curriculum vitae and ID card to the
address below to be received not later than 8th February 2019.
All
applicants should give full details of their address including mobile telephone
numbers as well as names and addresses of two referees.
The
Director/Chief Executive,
Kenya
Institute of Curriculum Development,
Only
shortlisted candidates will be contacted and any canvassing will lead to
automatic disqualification.

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