Massive Recruitment by the Government of Kenya – ODPP (114 Vacancies) 2019
Job Employment Kenya: Massive Recruitment by the Government of Kenya – ODPP (114 Vacancies) 2019
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Senior Research Officer (5 Posts)

Basic
Salary Scale: Kshs. 47,516 — Kshs. 75,027.
Terms
of Service: Permanent and Pensionable

Benefits:

House
Allowance: Kshs. 28,000 (Nairobi), Kshs. 22,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru,
Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Malindi, Kitale) Kshs. 16,500 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs. 13,000 (Other Areas)
Non Practicing Allowance: Kshs. 15,000 p.m.
Prosecutorial AllowanCe: Kshs. 45,000 p.m.
Responsibility Allowance: Kshs. 3,200 p.m
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 8,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Served satisfactorily in the grade of
Reseach Officer 1 JG ‘I,’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the
·        
Wider Public Service or Private
Sector for a minimum period of three (3) years;
·        
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree from a
recognized university;
·        
Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Studies
from the Council of Legal Education; and
·        
Admission as an advocate of the High
Court of Kenya; and
·        
Demonstrated merit and ability as
reflected work performance and results.
·        
Litigation skills;
·        
Prosecutorial skills;
·        
Legislative drafting and law reform
skills;
·        
Knowledge of the criminal justice
system
·        
Research skills;
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Supervisory skills;
·        
Interpersonal and Communication
skills;
·        
Organisational and administrative
skills;
·        
Problem solving skills;
·        
Data analysis skills; and
·        
Report writing skills.
·        
Ability to get well with the diverse
workforce;
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Positive working attitude;
·        
Ability to work with minimum
supervision;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to work well with teams; and
(viii) Professionalism.
·        
An officer at this level may be
deployed to work at any of the Legal Departments Headquarters.
·        
Undertaking research on legal issues
that arise from prosecution within the various departments at ODPP, to ensure
the prosecution services offered are well informed and are of high quality, to
enhance on the efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of service.
·        
Analysing research data and compiling
reports to ensure information is readily available and in an easy to use manner
to enhance efficiency
·        
Attending inter and
intra-collaborative meetings with various stakeholders in the criminal justice
system, to garner the support of stakeholders in the delivery of timely public
prosecution services.
·        
Participating in the formulation of
internal policy documents, to ensure ODPP has guidelines that support the
operations of the institution, and to enhance compliance with the constitution
and other relevant guidelines that influence the operations of ODPP.
·        
Writing legal opinions and briefs to
assist the prosecution counsel understand the cases, to ensure efficiency in
the prosecution.
·        
Working in liaison with other law
enforcement agencies to create an enabling justice system that provides timely
and just rulings on cases.
·        
Advising on various legal policy
issues to ensure the decisions made in the delivery of public prosecution
services are well informed. Undertaking research on assigned legal issues and
compiling reports to ensure the prosecution services offered are well informed
and are of high quality.
·        
Contributing to the writing of the
Annual Progress Report of the ODPP, to ensure the report is delivered within
the set timelines and quality standards; and
·        
Mentoring and Coaching staff working
under him/her to develop staff and enhance performance.
Research Officer (5 Posts)
Five
(5) Posts
Ref: V/NO. 182/2018
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 40,301-Kshs. 69,330 DPP 9 (JG ‘9’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs. 28,000 (Nairobi), Kshs. 22,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru,
Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Malindi, Kitale) Kshs. 16,500 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs. 13,000 (Other Areas)
Non Practicing Allowance: Kshs. 15,000 p.m.
Prosecutorial Allowance: Kshs. 45,000 p.m.
Responsibility Allowance: Kshs. 3,200 p.m
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree from a
recognized university;
·        
Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Studies
from the Council of Legal Education; and
·        
Admission as an advocate of the High
Court of Kenya; and
·        
Demonstrated merit and ability as
reflected work performance and results.
·        
Litigation skills;
·        
Prosecutorial skills;
·        
Legislative drafting and law reform
skills;
·        
Knowledge of the criminal justice
system;
·        
Research skills;
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Supervisory skills;
·        
Interpersonal and Communication
skills;
·        
Organizational and administrative
skills;
·        
Problem solving skills;
·        
Data analysis skills; and
·        
Report writing skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Ability to get well with the diverse
workforce:
·        
Positive working attitude;
·        
Ability to work with minimum
supervision;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to work well with teams; and
·        
Professionalism.
An
officer at this level may be deployed to work at any of the Legal Departments
Headquarters.
·        
Undertaking research on legal issues
that arise from prosecution within the various departments at ODPP, to ensure
the prosecution services offered are well informed and are of high quality, to
enhance on the efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of service;
·        
Analysing research data and compiling
reports to ensure information is readily available and in an easy to use manner
to enhance efficiency:
·        
Attending Court to carry out
prosecutorial duties, to ensure justice on cases, forwarded is delivered in a
timely manner;
·        
Attending inter and
intra-collaborative meetings with various stakeholders in the criminal justice
system, to garner the support of stakeholders in the delivery of timely public
prosecution services;
·        
Preparing legal opinions and briefs
on cases to be prosecuted to facilitate the process;
·        
Working in liaison with other law
enforcement agencies to create an enabling justice system that provides timely
and just rulings on cases;
·        
Advising on various legal policy
issues to ensure the decisions made in the delivery of public prosecution
services are well informed; and
·        
Contributing to the writing of the
Annual Progress Report of the ODPP, to ensure the report is delivered within
the set timelines and quality standards.
V/NO.
184/2019
DPP 4 (JG `Q’)
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 98,281 – Kshs. 137,980 pm.
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs.45, 000 (Nairobi), Kshs. 28,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru,
Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Malindi, Kitale), Kshs. 21,000 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs. 16,800 (Other Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 14,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 10,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 3 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 15 Million
·        
Served in the grade of Senior
Principal Human Resource Management Officer Job Group ’13’ or in a comparable
and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector for a minimum
period of two (2) years;
·        
Bachelor’s degree in Sociology,
Public/Business Administration Human Resource Management/Staff
·        
Management or any other relevant
qualification from a recognized institution;
·        
Post graduate diploma in Staff/Human
Resource Management or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
·        
Master’s degree in Human
Resource/Staff Management, Business Administration or Public Administration or
their equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;
·        
Demonstrated a thorough understanding
of National and ODPP goals, policies and development objectives.
Possession
of a Strategic Leadership Development course lasting not less than six (6)
weeks from a recognized institution will be an added advantage.
·        
Knowledge of professional standards;
·        
Knowledge of national and Office of
the Director of Public Prosecutions goals, policies and development objectives;
·        
Knowledge of relevant legislation;
·        
Policy formulation and implementation
skills;
·        
Leadership skills;
·        
Planning skills;
·        
Monitoring and evaluation skills;
·        
Research skills;
·        
Analytical skills;
·        
Negotiation skills;
·        
Performance management skills;
·        
Budgeting skills;
·        
Problem solving skills;
·        
Resource mobilization skills;
·        
ICT skills.
·        
Communication and interpersonal
skills; and
·        
Organizational and administrative
skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to build and lead cohesive
teams;
·        
Professionalism;
·        
Self driven; and
·        
Results oriented;
An
officer at this level will be responsible to the Senior Assistant Director
Human Resource Management Division for the assigned Human Resource Management
function.
·        
Coordinating implementation of human
resource policies, procedures and guidelines to ensure delivery of service is
aligned to the constitution requirements and meets set quality standards;
·        
Overseeing the implementation of the
divisional strategy and work plan, to ensure the operations of the division are
aligned with the departmental strategy;
·        
Overseeing preparation and
implementation of the divisional budget to ensure sufficient allocation and efficiency
in resource utilization;
·        
Implementing of human resource plans
to ensure adequate staff with the required skills and competencies for
efficient and effective delivery of prosecution services;
·        
Providing professional advice on
human resource management policies, guidelines and procedures to ensure
compliance with regulations;
·        
Advising on collective bargaining and
negotiations with the union, to ensure minimal disruptions to the operations of
public prosecution services that result from disgruntled employees;
·        
Overseeing implementation of career
progression and succession management strategies to ensure availability of
competencies required at all times;
·        
Overseeing payroll administration and
authorizing of payments of salaries and allowances to ODPP staff to ensure a
motivated workforce for enhanced organizational performance;
·        
Preparing Advisory Board papers and
implementing board decisions in a timely manner to enhance the delivery of
service at ODPP;
·        
Monitoring and evaluating the
effectiveness of human resource management policies, guidelines, procedures,
and standards to inform timely review;
·        
Monitoring the development of skills
inventory for divisional staff to ensure gaps in competences are identified and
addressed through appropriate training programmes to ensure quality service
delivery;
·        
Researching on human resource
practices for review and adoption of best practices in order to enhance service
delivery;
·        
Overseeing recruitment of staff and
proper placement to ensure achievement of ODPP strategic objectives;
·        
Overseeing development and
implementation of performance management system in the division to ensure
quality and timely service delivery;
·        
Analysing of staff establishment, and
providing recommendations to ensure ODPP has the right competencies at the
right positions at all times for effective and efficient delivery of service;
·        
Overseeing the development and review
of the ODPP career progression guidelines and advising on appropriate changes
to ensure the guidelines are based on best practice;
·        
Ensuring proper maintenance and
security of human resource records, to ensure full compliance with the
Employment Act;
·        
Overseeing preparation of the agenda
for the Human Resource Advisory Committee and ensuring timely implementation of
decisions to enhance staff motivation;
·        
Coordinating the preparation of
quarterly and annual divisional reports and sharing with the management for
informed decision making to enhance organizational performance;
·        
Participating in relevant committees
to support the implementation of the ODPP mandate; and
·        
Supervising, coaching and mentoring
staff under him/her to enhance motivation and performance;
Prosecution Counsel (32 Posts)
Thirty
Two (32) Posts
Ref: V/NO. 183/2018
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 32,810 – Kshs. 65,766 p.m. DPP 10 PG `K’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs. 16,500 (Nairobi), Kshs. 12,800 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru,
Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Kitale, Malindi), Kshs. 9,600 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs. 7,500 (Other Areas)
Non Practicing Allowance: Kshs. 15,000 p.m.
Prosecutorial AllowanCe: Kshs. 45,000 p.m.
Responsibility Allowance: Kshs. 2,500 p.m
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 5,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree from a
recognized university;
·        
Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Studies
from the Council of Legal Education; and (vii) Admission as an advocate of the
High Court of Kenya.
·        
Litigation skills;
·        
Prosecutorial skills;
·        
Legislative drafting and law reform
skills;
·        
Knowledge of the criminal justice
system Research skills;
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Supervisory skills;
·        
Interpersonal and Communication
skills;
·        
Organizational and administrative
skills;
·        
Problem solving skills; and
·        
Report writing skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Ability to get well with the diverse
workforce;
·        
Positive working attitude;
·        
Ability to work with minimum
supervision;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to work well with teams; and
·        
Professionalism.
This
is the entry and training grade for this cadre. An officer at this level may be
deployed to work at any of the Departments at the Headquarters or County
Offices under the guidance of a more senior and experienced officer.
·        
Undertaking prosecutions of all assigned
criminal and other cases to ensure justice on cases forwarded is delivered in a
timely manner;
·        
Undertaking research on assigned
legal issues and compiling data to ensure the prosecution services offered are
well informed and are of high quality, and to enhance on the efficiency and
effectiveness in the delivery of service;
·        
Conducting appeals, applications and
revisions in all courts and preparing report on the outcome of the appeals and
applications, to ensure the challenges faced in the delivery of service are
identified and strategies developed and implemented to minimise recurrences;
·        
Advising investigative agencies on
criminal matters to ensure quality delivery of service;
·        
Preparing of the status reports on
cases prosecuted to ensure effectiveness in service delivery;
·        
Undertaking negotiations and entering
into plea agreements on behalf of DPP.
·        
Liaising with the police and other
law enforcement agencies where necessary to ensure sufficient collection of
evidence that supports timely and just rulings;
·        
Preparing legal documents to be
filled in court, to ensure ODPP is fully prepared for the court cases
submitted, and to support compliance with the requirements of the court;
·        
Screening police files and advise on
possible prosecution, to support the commitment of the Kenya Police in the
maintenance of security and justice, and to ensure timely prosecution of cases;
·        
Studying and evaluating case files
presented and making decisions whether to or not to charge; and
·        
Facilitating participation of
victims, witnesses, complainants and accused persons in the criminal justice
system and protection of their rights to ensure a seamless judicial process.
Applicants
conversant with speaking the following foreign languages will have an added
advantage; French, Chinese, Spanish, Russian and Arabic together with
applicants with qualifications in Finance and Accounting, Economics, and
Information Communication Technology from recognized Institutions.
Proof
of qualification in the above specified disciplines should be submitted
alongside the application.
V/NO.
185/2019
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 54,626 – Kshs. 78,661 p.m.
DPP 6 (JG ‘N’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs. 35,000 (Nairobi), Kshs. 25,500 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru,
Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Kitale, Malindi), Kshs. 18,000 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs 15,400(0ther Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 8,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Served in the grade of Senior
Accountant I Job Group ‘N’ or in a comparable and relevant position for a
minimum of two (2) years in the Public Service or Private Sector;
·        
Bachelor’s degree in Commerce
(Finance or Accounts Option), Business Administration (Accounts Option) or any
other equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;
·        
Passed Part III of Certified Public
Accountants (CPA) Examination or its recognized equivalent qualifications from
a recognized institution;
·        
Registered with the Institute of
Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) Demonstrated merit and ability as
reflected in work performance and results.
Possession
of a Senior Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from
recognized institution will be an added advantage.
·        
Knowledge of relevant professional
standards including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and
·        
International Accounting Standards
(1AS);
·        
Knowledge of budget process;
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Accuracy skills;
·        
Leadership skills;
·        
Communication and interpersonal
skills;
·        
Organizational skills;
·        
Negotiation skills;
·        
Problem solving skills;
·        
Supervisory skills.
·        
Resource management skills; and
·        
Records management skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to build and lead cohesive
teams;
·        
Ability to get on well with the
diverse workforce; and
·        
Results oriented.
An
officer at this level will be responsible to the Chief Accountant for the
assigned accounts function.
·        
Coordinating the implementation of
the divisional strategy, to ensure division services support enhanced quality
of the public prosecution services;
·        
Coordinating the preparation of
annual individual and division work plan for the division to ensure delivery of
service that is aligned with the divisional and organisational strategy;
·        
Implementing of accounting policies,
guidelines, procedures and standards and evaluating of their effectiveness to
inform review;
·        
Participating in the preparation and
implementation of the divisional budget to ensure sufficient allocation of
resources for the division strategy;
·        
Authorising payment vouchers to
ensure timely payments to suppliers, and to ensure payments are done in line
with the ODPP policies and procedures;
·        
Monitoring the ODPP liquidity to ensure
availability of funds critical for the delivery of service;
·        
Coordinating the payment of user
department vouchers in line with the ODPP procedures to ensure the payments are
legitimate and that there are sufficient resources that can cover the payments;

·        
Checking daily cash balance to ensure
the maintenance of approved limits that support business operations, and that
limit wastage of resources;
·        
Verifying the expenditure
authenticity to ensure integrity in the utilization of the ODPP resources;
·        
Ensuring implementation of financial
regulations and procedures, Treasury letters and instructions;
·        
Participating in preparation of
management financial reports which includes; monthly expenditure returns, bank
reconciliation statements and cash flow statements;
·        
Monitoring compliance with accounting
policies, procedures and standards to minimize exposure to risks associated
with non-compliance;
·        
Providing technical support to the
user departments to ensure the departments are adequately supported in the
implementation of departmental strategies;
·        
Preparing of quarterly and annual
divisional reports shared with management for informed decision making to
enhance organizational performance;
·        
Ensuring compliance with principles
and values of good governance, transparency, accountability, ethics and
integrity to ensure the ability of division to deliver quality accounting
services;
·        
Participating in the budget planning,
preparation and implementation;
·        
Controlling recurrent, development
and donor funded budgets;
·        
Coordinating preparation of
divisional procurement plan to ensure effective facilitation of staff to meet
individual targets and achieve organizational;
·        
Preparing financial statements in
accordance with government guidelines;
·        
Participating in relevant committees
to support the implementation of the ODPP mandate;
·        
Supervising, Coaching and mentoring
staff under him/her to ensure high motivation and performance, and staff
development in line with the needs of ODPP;
V/NO.186/2019
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 40,301 – Kshs. 69,330 p.m.
DPP 9 (JG ‘L’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs.28,000(Nairobi), Kshs.22,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri,
Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Kitale, Malindi), Kshs. 16,500 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs.13,000 (Other Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Served in the grade of Economist
II/Statistician II or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public
·        
Service or Private Sector for a minimum
period of Two (2) years;
·        
A Bachelor’s degree in Economics or
Economics and Mathematics, or its equivalent qualification from a recognized
institution;
·        
Demonstrated professional ability,
initiative and competence in organizing, directing and executing work at this
level; and
·        
Demonstrated merit and ability as
reflected in work performance and results.
·        
Knowledge of budgeting process;
·        
Research skills;
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Analytical skills;
·        
Communication and interpersonal
skills;
·        
Organizational and administrative
skills.
·        
Supervisory skills; and
·        
Problem solving skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Creativity and Innovativeness;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to build and lead cohesive
teams;
·        
Results oriented; and
·        
Self-driven.
An
officer at this level will be responsible to the Senior Economist 11 Job Group
‘K’ for the assigned planning and monitoring function.
·        
Conducting economic analysis on ODPP
to determine the financial capability of the institution, in order to advise on
the resources required for the implementation of the ODPP strategy;
·        
Assisting in the preparation of the
annual work plans to ensure efficiency in the implementation of the division
strategy;
·        
Consolidating the ODPP development
plans and forward to the Senior Economist for review, to ensure the plans
capture the strategic objectives of ODPP in the delivery of service;
·        
Reviewing development policies and
strategies prepared by Economist II to ensure alignment with the ODPP overall
strategic objectives;
·        
Conducting statistical data analysis
to ensure the data enhances the quality of decisions made at ODPP in the
delivery of public prosecution services;
·        
Providing input into the development
of the divisional budget, and ensure the allocation of sufficient resources
necessary for the implementation of the divisional strategy, to ensure the
strategy is implemented in a timely manner and within the set quality
standards;
·        
Participating in the institutional
performance management process, to ensure all operations at ODPP are directed
towards the achievement of the ODPP overall objectives on service delivery;
·        
Monitor the implementation of the
ODPP strategic plan, to ensure delivery within timelines and quality standards;
·        
Preparing reports as required from
time to time, to support decisions that are informed in the delivery of
service;
·        
Participating in public expenditure
review to gamer expertise in expenditure management, and to support the
process;
·        
Monitoring the performance of staff
working under him/her and ensure the staff are trained and developed in order
to enhance performance; and
·        
Supervising, mentoring and coaching
the staff working under him/her for staff development and enhanced performance.
V/NO.
187/2019
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 40,301 – Kshs. 69,330 p.m.
DPP9 (JG ‘L’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs.28,000(Nairobi), Kshs.22,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri,
Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Kitale, Malindi), Kshs. 16,500 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs.13,000 (Other Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Served in the grade of Librarian Job
Group`1(‘ or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or
·        
Private Sector for a minimum period
of Two (2) years;
·        
A Bachelor’s degree in either Library
Studies or Information Science or equivalent qualification from a recognized
institution;
·        
Served in the grade of Librarian Job
Group `K.’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or
Private Sector for a minimum period of Two (2) years;
·        
A Kenya Certificate of Secondary
Education (KCSE) mean grade C or its equivalent qualification with at least a C
in Mathematics, English and Kiswahili respectively;
·        
A Diploma in library or Information
Science or equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution; and
·        
Demonstrated merit and ability as
reflected in work performance and results.
An
officer at this level will be responsible to the Senior Librarian I for the assigned
library function.
·        
Implementing library programs in line
with the divisional strategy to ensure the library services support the
achievement of the overall ODPP strategy in the delivery of public prosecution
services;
·        
Creating awareness of the library
services available for the ODPP staff, and training the users in the use of the
services;
·        
Facilitating user departments in the
use of library reference services in the performance of work, to enhance
efficiency in the delivery of public prosecution services;
·        
Coordinating timely staff clearance
of fines that result from the use of library services to support increased
uptake of the library services;
·        
Supervising the delivery of library
services by staff under him/her, to ensure the services are delivered in a
timely manner and meet the set quality standards;
·        
Compiling library reports to ensure
timely submission; and
·        
Mentoring and coaching staff working
under him/her to ensure staff development and enhanced performance.
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Cataloguing skills
·        
Classification skills
·        
Communication and interpersonal
skills
·        
Analytical skills;
·        
Problem solving skills;
·        
Organizational skills;
·        
Supervisory skills; and
·        
Time management skills.
·        
Honesty and Integrity;
·        
Creativity and Innovativeness.
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to lead and manage teams;
·        
Respectful; and
·        
Flexible.
V/NO.
188/2019
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 32,810 – Kshs. 65,766 p.m.
DPP 10 (IG `K’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs. 16,500 (Nairobi), Kshs. 12,800 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru,
Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Kitale, Malindi), Kshs. 9,600 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs. 7,500 (Other Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 5,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 6,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Kshs. 10 Million
·        
Served in the grade of Human Resource
Management Officer II Job Group `J’ or in a comparable and relevant position in
the Public Service or Private Sector for a minimum period of Two (2) years;
·        
Bachelor’s degree in either,
Sociology, Public/Business Administration, Human Resource /Staff Management or
any other relevant qualification from a recognized university/ institution;
·        
Demonstrated the achievement of
performance targets and results as reflected in the performance appraisal.
·        
Knowledge of relevant legislations
·        
Knowledge of professional standards
Supervisory skills;
·        
Report writing skills;
·        
ICT skills;
·        
Communication skills;
·        
Interpersonal skills;
·        
Problem solving skills;
·        
Organizational, and administrative
skills; and
·        
Records management skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Ability to work with minimum
supervision;
·        
Ability to build and lead cohesive
teams;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness;
·        
Professionalism; and
·        
Ability to work under pressure.
·        
An officer at this level will be
responsible to the Senior Human Resource Management Officer 11, for the
assigned Human Resource Management function.
·        
Verification of information relating
to recruitment, appointment, transfers, human resource management records and complement
control for informed decision making;
·        
Generating the monthly payroll in
line with the ODPP policies and procedures, to ensure the staff financial needs
are met through timely payment;
·        
Participating in the preparation of
the agenda for the Human Resource Advisory Committee and implementation of
decisions to enhance staff motivation and performance;
·        
Participating in the implementation
of Advisory Board decisions to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in the
management of public prosecutions;
·        
Processing appointment letters and
payroll numbers for new staff, to ensure timely filling of vacant positions to
support public prosecution operations;
·        
Processing of staff confirmations,
promotions, transfers, allowances, discipline cases, leave applications and
pension claims in line with ODPP policies and procedures to enhance staff
motivation and organizational performance;
·        
Updating staff establishment to
ensure the information captured is accurate and complete, in order to enhance
efficiency in the delivery of the human resource strategy;
·        
Responding to letters as appropriate
to ensure staff needs are addressed in a timely and effective manner;
·        
Maintaining updated staff records to
support decision making in human resource matters ; and
·        
Supervising, mentoring and coaching
staff working under him/her to ensure staff development and enhanced
performance.
Prosecution Clerk (65 Posts)
Sixty
Five (65) Posts
V/NO. 189/2019
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 12,510 – Kshs. 16,080p.m.
DPP 14 (JG ‘F’)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House
Allowance: Kshs. 4,500 (Nairobi), Kshs. 3,730 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri,
Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Malindi, Kitale),Kshs. 3000 (Other Former
Municipalities), Kshs. 2,700 (Other Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 3,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 4,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Car loan: Up to Ksh. 600,000
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Ksh. 4 Million
·        
Kenya Certificate of Secondary
Education (K.C.S.E) mean grade C (Plain) least a C (plain) in English OR
Kiswahili respectively, or. its equivalent; and
·        
A Certificate in Computer
Applications from a recognised institution.
NOTE:
Possession of Process Server Certificate will be an added advantage.
·        
Computer skills;
·        
Knowledge of professional standards
·        
Knowledge of relevant Legislation;
·        
Organisational skills;
·        
Interpersonal and Communication
skills;
·        
Time management skills; and
·        
Problem solving skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Creativity and innovativeness;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to work well with teams;
·        
Positive working attitude;
·        
Ability to take instructions; and
·        
Ability to work with minimum
supervision
This
is the entry and training level to this cadre.
·        
Authorizing court process server to
ensure timely delivery of court documents in readiness for court proceedings;
·        
Compiling case returns in a timely
manner to ensure delivery of service along set standards;
·        
Compiling statistical data required
to facilitate informed decisions on cases submitted;
·        
Preparing of quarterly and annual
report on the clerical services provided, to ensure challenges are identified
and appropriate strategies developed and implemented to address the challenges;
·        
Maintaining court diary and
departmental hearing diary to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the
management of court time, for enhanced service delivery;
·        
Obtaining daily case list to assist
in the preparation of plans for the management of cases to be presented before
the court;
·        
Obtaining court attendance schedules
to ensure the prosecution counsel are well informed on their court schedules to
ensure minimal disruptions to the prosecution plan;
·        
Retrieving case files and authorities
to ensure availability of information required for informed decisions on cases
before the court to be made;
·        
Filing court documents to ensure the
documents are safe from wear, secure from unauthorized access, and to support
ease in accessibility of the documents;
·        
Preparirig exhibits and commissioning
documents to support the decisions of the court on the cases presented;
·        
Servicing the documents issued by
Prosecution Counsel in line with the court procedures to ensure the documents
provide sufficient evidence in the delivery of justice; and
·        
Conducting service of other process
sent from ODPP to court to provide a chance for the respondents to respond;
Two (2) Posts
V/NO. 190/2019
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs.12,527 – Kshs. 16,727 p.m.
DPP 13 (JG ‘D”)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
House Allowance: Kshs. 4,500
(Nairobi), Kshs. 3,730 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii,
Kitale, Malindi), Kshs. 3,000 (Other Former Municipalities), Kshs. 2,700 (Other
Areas)
Commuter Allowance: Kshs. 3,000 p.m
Leave Allowance: Kshs. 4,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Cover: As covered by the Medical Insurance Cover for ODPP
staff
Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance for ODPP staff
Car loan: Up to Ksh. 600,000
Mortgage Scheme: Up to Ksh. 4 Million
·        
Kenya Certificate of Secondary
Education mean grade D plain or its equivalent qualification from a recognized
institution
·        
A valid driving license free from any
current endorsement (s) for class (es) of vehicle(s) an officer is required to
drive;
·        
Attended a First-Aid Certificate
Course lasting not less than one (1) week at St. John Ambulance or Kenya
Institute of Highways and Building Technology (KIHBT), or any other recognized
institution;
·        
Passed Suitability Test for Driver
Grade III
·        
Passed Practical Test for Drivers
conducted by the ODPP;
·        
An annual certificate of eye
examination;
·        
A valid Certificate of Good Conduct
from the Kenya Police; and (viii) At least two (2) years driving experience
·        
Interpersonal skills;
·        
Communication skills
·        
Organizational skills; and
·        
Problem solving skills.
·        
Honesty and integrity;
·        
Ability to work well with diverse
workforce;
·        
Ability to work under pressure;
·        
Ability to care for resources;
·        
Ability to work well with teams;
·        
Respectful; and
·        
Ability to take instructions.
An officer at this level may be
deployed to any of the Departments at the Headquarters or County Offices.
·        
Transporting authorized staff to
designated locations in a safe and timely manner, to support the ODPP staff in
the performance of work;
·        
Monitoring the cleanliness and
routine maintenance of the institution’s vehicles assigned, to enhance the
image of the institution, and to make the vehicles user friendly;
·        
Reporting the accidents and incidents
to the Supervisor, to ensure appropriate strategies are developed to minimize
on the accidents and incidents, and on the associated costs;
·        
Recording distances travelled throughout
the month and fuel costs incurred for proper record keeping, and to assist in
the management of transport costs;
·        
Collecting daily schedules from the
supervisor and reporting back on unforeseen changes in the set schedule, to
assist in the delivery of transport services against set timelines and quality
standards; and
·        
Managing work tickets for self and
for other drivers, to assist the supervisor in the allocation of work to the
drivers, to enhance efficiency in the management of fuel costs, and to monitor
the performance of the drivers against set targets and quality standards.
Interested and qualified candidates
are invited to make their applications by completing 
ONE application
form 
ODPP 1. The form may be downloaded from the ODPP’s Website www.odpp.go.ke  or picked
from Nairobi Headquarters and County Offices.
The candidates should attach COPIES
of the following documents to their application form:
·        
National Identity Card
·        
Academic and Professional Certificates
and Transcripts
·        
Any supporting documents and
testimonials
·        
Letter of appointment to their
current substantive post
·        
Letter of appointment to their
previous post
·        
Detailed Curriculum Vitae and
·        
Clearance certificate from the
following bodies:-
1. 
Law Society of Kenya for Lawyers ii.
Higher Education Loans Board
2. 
Kenya Revenue Authority
3. 
Criminal Investigation Department
4. 
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission
5. 
Any other Professional bodies to
which the candidate is a member
Only shortlisted candidates will be
contacted.
Shortlisted candidates shall be
required to produce ORIGINALS of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, original transcripts and testimonials, letters of
appointment to their current substantive posts and previous post, detailed
curriculum vitae and clearance certificates during the interviews.
Completed application forms should be
sent to:
Office of the Director of Public
Prosecutions
NSSF Building 19th Floor, Block ‘A’
So as to reach the Office of the
Director of Public Prosecutions on or before Monday, 18th February, 2019.

Persons with disability and those
from marginalized communities are encouraged to apply.

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