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Deputy Director (Programs, Projects & Strategic Initiatives)
(98-166K)



Salary Scale: Kshs.98,500 – Kshs.166,780 pm (CSG 6)
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable

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served for a minimum period of
fifteen (15) years in the field of environment and natural resources and
currently serving in the grade of Assistant Director, Programs, Projects and
Strategic Initiatives, Job Group ‘P’ CSG7 or in a comparable and relevant
position in the Public Service;

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a Bachelor’s Degree in any of the
following disciplines: Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management,
Environmental Law, Environmental Planning and Management or any other related
field from a recognized institution;
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a Master’s degree in any of the
following disciplines:- Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management,
Environmental Law, Environmental Planning and Management or any other related
field from a University recognized in Kenya;
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a certificate in Strategic Leadership
Development Programme lasting not less than six (6) weeks from a recognized
institution;
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demonstrated outstanding professional
competence in project management design, proposal writing and implementation;
and
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demonstrated professional competence
and leadership capability in work performance and results
Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:-
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administration, direction, control
and supervision of operations of large and complex projects and programmes
funded by the ministry;
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macro and Micro levels planning,
co-coordinating and monitoring the implemented projects within the Ministry and
its Parastatals to ensure impact and accountability;
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pursuing Strategic engagements and
investment proactively through emerging international funding opportunities in
the field of environment;
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pursuing Strategic partnerships and
collaborative ventures in environment and natural resource management sector;
and
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involving in coordination of donor
support to the Ministry
Salary Scale: Kshs.98,500 – Kshs.166,780 pm CSG6
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable
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served for a minimum of three (3)
years in the grade of Assistant Director of Meteorological Services, Job Group
‘P’/CSG 6 or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service;
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a Bachelors degree in Meteorology or
its equivalent from a university recognized in Kenya;
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a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and
Physical plus a Post-Graduate Diploma in Meteorology or its equivalent
qualification from a recognized institution;
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a Master degree in Meteorology or
equivalent qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya;
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a certificate in Strategic Leadership
Development Programme lasting not less than six (6) weeks from a recognized
institution;
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shown professional and managerial
capability in work performance and results.
Duties and responsibilities at this level include:
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interpreting and implementing of
national meteorological policy;
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ensuring meteorological operational
procedures are in line with international standards and recommended practices;
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coordinating public education and
outreach programmes on weather and climate;
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verifying meteorological advisories,
alerts and warnings for various sectors;
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coordinating the downscaling and
disseminating meteorological information;
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interpreting and preparing reports on
the status of air quality;
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developing and revising training
curricula for meteorological personnel;
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reviewing weekly, monthly and
seasonal weather and climate bulletins;
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carrying out research in meteorology
and related sciences;
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training and capacity building on
meteorology related science; and
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conducting public education and
outreach programmes on weather and climate.
Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.37,010 – 49,950 p.m. (CSG 10)
Three (3) years contract (Renewable subject to satisfactory
performance)
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For appointment to this grade, a
candidate must have A Bachelors degree in Meteorology or its equivalent
qualification from a University recognized in Kenya;
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A Bachelors degree in Mathematics and
Physics plus a Post-Graduate Diploma in Meteorology or its equivalent
qualification from a recognized University in Kenya.
This is the entry and training grade for this cadre. An officer
at this level will work under the guidance and supervision of a senior officer.
Specific duties and responsibilities include:
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processing and analyzing
meteorological data for various applications;
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undertaking quality control of
meteorological data;
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carrying out meteorological charts
analysis;
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interpreting remotely sensed data for
various applications; and
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generating weather forecasts and
products.
Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.37,010 – 49,950 p.m. (CSG 12)
Three (3) years contract (Renewable subject to satisfactory
performance)
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For appointment to this grade, a
candidate must have a Diploma in any of the following disciplines: Meteorology,
Meteorological Communications or equivalent qualification from a University
recognized in Kenya.
This is the entry grade for this cadre. An officer at this level
will work under the guidance and supervision of a Senior officer. Specific
duties and responsibilities include:
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undertaking meteorological data
entry;
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coding and decoding of observed
weather parameters into meteorological data messages according to international
standard formats;
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transmitting meteorological data
messages;
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plotting various data sets on
specific weather charts; and
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receiving, checking and correcting
meteorological and aviation data messages.
Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.37,010 – 49,950 p.m. (CSG 12)
Three (3) years contract (Renewable subject to satisfactory
performance)
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For appointment to this grade, a
candidate must have a Diploma in any of the following Disciplines: Electrical
Engineering, Electronics, Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
Telecommunication, Information Technology, Instrumentation and Calibration,
Mechatronics, Mechanical Fabrication or its equivalent from a University
recognized in Kenya.
This is the entry and training grade for this cadre. An officer
at this level will work under the guidance and supervision of a Senior Officer.
Specific duties and responsibilities include:
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installing, maintain and repairing
meteorological electrical systems, appliances, telecommunication networks and
aerials; and
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fabricating and assembling
meteorological observations instruments.
Basic Salary Scale: Kshs.164,780 – 320,040 p.m. (CSG 4)
Terms of Service: Contract (3 Years Renewable once, subject to
satisfactory performance)
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a minimum service period of twelve
(12) years, three of which should be at a senior level of policy formulation
and management either in the public sector or the Private Sector;
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a Bachelors degree from a recognized
University in any of the following areas: Economics, Natural Resources, Law,
Finance, Environmental Sciences, Business Management (Strategy) or any other
related qualifications;
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A Masters degree from a recognized
University in any of the following areas: Economics, Natural Resources, Law,
Finance, Environmental Sciences, Business Management (Strategy) or any other
related qualifications;
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Demonstrated strong managerial/
Leadership skills; and
The overall functions of the Secretary Wildlife will be to provide
leadership on strategy and policy direction in Wildlife service and management
and supervise the Technical Directorates in the State Department. The specific
duties and responsibilities of the officer at this level will entail:
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Advise the State Department on
promotion and sustainable exploitation, utilization, management and
conservation of wildlife resources;
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Developing and strengthening of
linkages among local, regional and international stakeholders on wildlife
matters;
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Oversee domestication of protocols,
conventions and agreements on wildlife conservation;
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Formulation, interpretation and
review of Wildlife policies, legislation and standards;
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Coordinate and monitor implementation
of wildlife policies, legislations and standards and develop sustainable
strategies for utilization of Wildlife resources;
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Spearhead innovations, technologies
and emerging approaches to sustainable wildlife conservation and coordinate
preparation and gazettement of ecosystems and protected area plans;
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Monitor the Sagas and other non-State
agencies compliance with management of Wildlife policies, guidelines and legal
requirements and advise its State Department;
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Develop mechanisms for effective
public participation in the management and protection of Wildlife resources;
and
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Mobilize resources both local and
international towards conservation of Wildlife.
Basic Salary: Kshs.130,420 – 193,410p.m. (CSG 5)
Terms of Service: Contract (3 Years Renewable once, subject to
satisfactory performance)
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Served for a minimum period of
cumulative twelve (12) years, three of which should be at a senior level of
policy formulation and management either in the public sector or the Private
Sector;
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A Bachelors degree in either Natural
Resources Management, Social Sciences, Education or any other approved
equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;
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A Master’s degree in either Natural
Resources Management, Social Sciences, Education or any other approved
equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;
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Demonstrated professional competence
and managerial capability as reflected in work performance and results; and
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Demonstrated a clear understanding in
the formulation, development and interpretation of wildlife policies and
legislation.
The Director will be responsible for the management of the
Directorate.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:
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Guiding development and review of
wildlife policies, regulations and guidelines for management of wildlife
outside parks and reserves.
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Promoting cooperation and
coordination with and between the National and County Governments, Private
Sector, NGOs, Conservancies and such other institutions engaged in wildlife
protection, conservation and management.
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Ensure development of guidelines for
mitigation of human wildlife conflicts and support piloting of different
mitigation strategies to reduce human wildlife conflict.
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Establishment of wildlife
compensation schemes and coordinate monitoring of compensation claims.
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Ensure prompt and adequate support to
bereaved families.
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Establish and maintain a database on
the types, extent, causes and impacts of human wildlife conflicts and
mitigation measures and prepare periodic reports on status of human and wildlife
conflicts;
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Developing comprehensive public
outreach and awareness programs embedded with public participation;
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Develop strategies for stakeholder
engagement to enhance wildlife protection, wildlife fences, game-proof
barriers, wildlife corridors and dispersal area, community wildlife programs
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Coordinate partnership programs with
NGO’s and other partners on wildlife conservation;
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Promote sustainable utilization of
wildlife resources;
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Coordinate formulation of policies
and strategies for alternative income generating ventures/activities from
wildlife resources for communities and mobilization of resources
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Coordinate the county governments and
communities to establish new reserves, conservancies and sanctuaries where
applicable.
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Prepare and update a database of
wildlife industry stakeholders.
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Coordinate preparation and
implementation of MoUs and other agreements with partners and stakeholders.
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Mobilize resources for identified
conservation programmes.
Basic Salary: Kshs.130,420 – 193,410p.m. (CSG 5)
Terms of Service: Contract (3 Years Renewable once, subject to
satisfactory performance)
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Served for cumulative twelve (12)
years, three of which should be at a senior level of policy formulation and
management either in the public sector or the Private Sector;
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A Bachelors degree in Statistics,
applied statistics, mathematics and statistics or Information Communication
Technology or its equivalent from a university recognized in Kenya;
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A Masters degree in Statistics,
applied statistics, mathematics and statistics or Information Communication
Technology or its equivalent from a university recognized in Kenya;
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Demonstrated professional competence
and managerial capability as reflected in work performance and results;
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Demonstrated a clear understanding in
the formulation, development and interpretation of wildlife policies and
legislation; and
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Demonstrated clear evidence of
conducting research, supervising or managing research teams.
The Director will be responsible for the management of the
Directorate. Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:
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Formulation of policy for wildlife
research, assessment, monitoring and training;
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Setting national goals, objectives,
priorities, targets, standards and indicators in wildlife research, assessment,
monitoring and training;
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Mainstreaming wildlife research,
assessment, monitoring and training issues into wildlife conservation and
management and other sectoral policies, programmes and plans and to guide
decision making;
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Promoting cooperation among
government departments, counties, private sector, academic institutions,
non-governmental organisations and such other organisations engaged in wildlife
research, assessment, monitoring and training;
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Coordinate development of the
national wildlife research, assessment, monitoring and training strategy and
monitor its implementation. This will include development of a national red
list of threatened marine and terrestrial species;
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Coordinate development &
reviewing policy on endangered species conservation & management,
vulnerable and threatened species and habitats, migratory and cross-border
populations control alien species and genetically modified organisms;
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Coordinate with various agencies wildlife
resource surveys and remote sensing to establish inventory and update of status
of wildlife resources countrywide.
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Promote collaborations with national
and international institutions and stakeholders to ensure effective mechanisms
and standards exists for conserving and managing wildlife species diversity,
wildlife products development, wildlife innovation;
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Mobilize resources for identified
conservation programmes
Basic Salary: Kshs.97,320 – 130,420p.m. (CSG 6)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
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Served for cumulative ten (10) years,
three (3) of which should be at a senior level either in the public sector or
the Private Sector;
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A Bachelor’s degree in Law, Political
Science, Public Administration or any other social science-related field of
study or its approved equivalent qualifications from a university recognized in
Kenya;
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A Master’s degree in Law, Political
Science, Public Administration or any other social science-related field of
study or any other approved equivalent qualifications from a university
recognized in Kenya;
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Demonstrated professional competence
and managerial capability as reflected in work performance and results; and
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Demonstrated working knowledge of
policies related to the wildlife sector in Kenya.
Duties and responsibilities of the officer at this level will
entail:
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Monitoring all activities related to
wildlife conservation and management and provide immediate and appropriate
responses;
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Monitoring implementation of the
wildlife policy at National and County Governments;
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Monitoring and Influencing the policy
making process in the counties to be in tandem with the national wildlife
policy;
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Capacity building the counties on
conservation related policies and obligations at county level;
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Drafting all wildlife legislations in
consultation with stakeholders and tabling through the Parliamentary Committee
on Environment;
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Monitoring implementation of various
legislations in the wildlife sector;
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Ensure the integration of the
wildlife policy to other sectors of the government;
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Put in place a regulatory framework
for the wildlife sector;
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Ensure compliance of statutory
requirements by all players in the wildlife sector;
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Propose and advice the Ministry of the
necessary tax regimes necessary in the wildlife sector;
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Develop and ensure use of the
necessary regulatory tools for the sector; and
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Promote use of technology in
compliance by the sector players
Basic Salary: Kshs.97,320 – 130,420p.m. (CSG 6)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
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served for cumulative ten (10) years,
three of which should be at a senior level either in the public sector or the
Private Sector;
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A bachelor’s degree in Marketing,
Public Communication, Education, Community development, Sociology, Political
Science or any other approved equivalent qualifications from a university
recognized in Kenya;
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A master’s degree in Marketing,
Public Communication, Education, Community development, Sociology, Political
Science or any other approved equivalent qualifications from a university
recognized in Kenya;
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Demonstrated ability and experience
in developing and implementing Education and Awareness programs and strategies;
and

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Demonstrated professional competence
and managerial capability as reflected in work performance and results
Duties and responsibilities of the officer at this level will
entail:
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Production of awareness and education
material with stakeholders;
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Create and manage information
dissemination channels for the public and education institutions;
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Coordinate and guide public outreach
program in the country;
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Promote and coordinate wildlife
conservation competition programs in the 47 counties;
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Organize biannual national wildlife
expo and investment forums in partnership with relevant stakeholders;
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Mainstream wildlife conservation in
the private sector through an award system;
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Continuously engage the public
through media on wildlife conservation matters;
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Undertake public awareness and
capacity on sustainable wildlife utilization;
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Mainstream wildlife conservation in
the education curriculum; and
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Develop, promote and coordinate a
National Wildlife Conservation Awards programme.
Basic Salary: Kshs.97,320 – 130,420p.m. (CSG 6)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
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Served for cumulative ten (10) years,
three (3) of which should be at a senior level either in the public sector or
the Private Sector;
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A bachelor’s degree in any of the
following areas: Natural Resources Management, Wildlife Management, Range
Management, Environmental Sciences or any other approved equivalent
qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya;
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A master’s degree in any of the
following areas: Natural Resources Management, Wildlife Management, Range
Management, Environmental Sciences or any other approved equivalent
qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya;
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Demonstrated professional competence
and managerial capability as reflected in work performance and results; and
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Demonstrated a clear understanding
and awareness of global biodiversity, the nature, potential uses and
limitations of biodiversity data and biodiversity monitoring schemes.
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Coordinate and oversight development
and implementation of a national biodiversity decision support system;
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Oversight the implementation of
system changes and enhancements support use needs in compliance with national
and international system wide processes and data standards;
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Oversight biodiversity support
management decisions through analysis, interpretations, and assessment of
biodiversity data;
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Coordinate the integration of
inter-agency, and inter-governmental biodiversity decision support platforms;
and
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Coordinate and oversight biodiversity
models and scenarios to inform policy and decision making.
Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.35,400 – 46,230 p.m. (CSG 10)
Three (3) years contract (Renewable subject to satisfactory
performance)
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For appointment to this grade, a
candidate must have a Bachelors degree in any of the following disciplines:
natural resources management, wildlife management, range management
environmental sciences, Community development, disaster preparedness, public
administration, human resource management, peace and conflict studies,
education or any other approved equivalent qualifications from a university
recognized in Kenya.
This is the entry and training grade for this cadre. An officer at
this level will work under the guidance and supervision of a senior wildlife
officer. Duties and responsibilities at this level entail:
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Collecting and collating wildlife
conservation date;
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Preparing technical reports;
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Keeping custody of wildlife conservation
and management information systems;
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Receiving and verifying wildlife
compensation claims;
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Collecting basic data on wildlife
conservation for research and monitoring;
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assisting in activities pertaining to
the management of National Reserves and National Parks
Basic Salary: Kshs.85,110 – 119,730 p.m. (CSG 7)
Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable
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Cumulative service period of ten (10)
years, three (3) of which should be at a senior level in public or private
sector;
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A Bachelor’s degree in any of the
following disciplines: Natural Resources Management, Wildlife Management, Range
Management, Environmental Sciences, Sociology, Community Development, Public
Administration or any other approved equivalent qualifications from a
University recognized in Kenya;
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A master’s degree in any of the
following disciplines: Natural Resources Management, Wildlife Management, Range
Management, Environmental Sciences or any other approved equivalent
qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya; and
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Demonstrated administrative and
professional competence as reflected in work performance and results.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will entail: –
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Planning and formulating wildlife conservation
programmes;
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Liaising with other stakeholders in
the development of general guideline, standards, agreements procedures in the
wildlife sub-sector;
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Initiating national policies
impacting on wildlife habitat development, wildlife conservation, governance
and participation;
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Developing procedures for sustainable
exploitation, utilization, management and conservation of wildlife resources;
and
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Monitoring wildlife conservancy
strategic policies.
Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.30,170– Ksh.40,060 p.m. (CSG 11)
Three (3) years contract (Renewable subject to satisfactory
performance)
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Bachelor’s Degree in any of the
following disciplines:- Mass Communication, Journalism, Public Relations,
Communication Studies, Media Studies, Photojournalism from a recognized
institution;
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Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences
with a Postgraduate Diploma in Photojournalism, Mass Communication, Journalism,
Public Relations, Communication Studies, Media Studies from a recognized Institution;
This will be the entry and training grade for this cadre. Duties
and responsibilities will include:-
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gathering, writing, verifying,
translating and editing news, information and features;
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uploading content onto Kenya News
Agency website and Information Resources Centres; and
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managing information gathering and
dissemination systems.
Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.30,170– Ksh.40,060 p.m. (CSG 11)
Three (3) years contract (Renewable subject to satisfactory
performance)
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A Bachelors Degree in any of the
following disciplines:- Mass Communication, Public Relations, Communication
Studies or Media Studies/Science from a recognized institution;
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a Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences
with a Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication, Public Relations,
Communication Studies or Media Studies/Science from a recognized Institution;
This will be the entry and training grade for this cadre. Duties
and responsibilities will include:-
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assisting in building corporate
relations;
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developing content on topical issues
for uploading onto institutional website, Information Education Communication
(IEC) materials and undertaking media monitoring;
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assisting in the preparation of media
reviews, briefs, press releases/statements and supplements;
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maintaining public relations records
and documents; and
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participating in event organization.
Salary Scale: Kshs.132,000 – Kshs.195,410p.m. (CSG 5)
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable
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served for a minimum period of three
(3) years in the grade of Deputy Director, Research, CSG 6 or in a comparable
and relevant position in the Public Service;
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a relevant Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
degree in any of the relevant fields in;- Biological Sciences, Agricultural
Sciences, Physical Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Earth Sciences from a
university recognized in Kenya;
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a certificate in Strategic Leadership
Development Programme lasting not less than six (6) weeks from a recognized
institution; and
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demonstrated a high standard of
professional competence and administrative capability in the development of
science and technology policies as well as appreciation of cross sectoral
issues of science and technology for development.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will include: –
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formulation and implementation of
policies, strategies and programmes for research management and development;
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management and development of the national
innovation system;
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development, promotion and
application of science and technology;
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establishing international
collaborations, partnerships and global obligations in research science and
technology;
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undertaking national science,
technology and innovation statistics ;
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establishing linkages between
government, research, academia, industry and the society
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overseeing implementation of
performance contract programmes in the directorate;
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efficient management of the
directorate;
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advising the government through the
Principal Secretary, on on-going local and international activities on
research, innovation and technology transfer in both public and private; and
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guiding in development and
implementation of relevant research, technology transfer and innovation
policies for national development.
Salary Scale: Kshs.98,500. –166,780 p.m. (CSG6)
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable
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served for a minimum period of three
(3) years in the grade of Assistant Director of Research, Job Group ‘P’ (CSG 7)
or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service;
·        
a Bachelors degree in any research
area including and not limited to Agriculture and related studies, Industrial
Sciences, Health Sciences, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social
Sciences from a University recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Masters degree in any research area
including and not limited to Agriculture and related studies, Industrial
Sciences, Health Sciences, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social
Sciences from a University recognized in Kenya;
·        
a certificate in Strategic Leadership
Development Programme lasting not less than six (6) weeks from in a recognized
institution; and
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demonstrated merit and ability in
managing Research, Science and Technology.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will include: –
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leading teams in reviewing and
establishing collaborations, partnerships and linkages in Science, Technology
and Innovation, locally and internationally;
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developing and reviewing policies,
strategies, frameworks in Science, Technology and Innovation;
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evaluation of the National Technology
Transfer System in Universities and Research Organizations;
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organizing Workshops and Conferences
for international audience in areas related to Science, Technology and
Innovation; and
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undertaking Science, Technology and
Innovation programmes and projects outlined in Kenya Medium Term Plans.
Salary Scale: Kshs.85,110 – Kshs.119,730 pm (CSG 7)
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable
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served for a minimum period of three
(3) years in the grade of Principal Research Officer, Job Group ‘N’(CSG 8) or
in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service;
·        
a Bachelor’s degree in any research
area including and not limited to Agriculture and related studies, Industrial
Sciences, Health Sciences, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social
Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Master’s degree in any research
area including and not limited to Agriculture and Related Studies, Industrial
Sciences, Health Sciences, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social
Sciences from a university recognized in Kenya;
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a certificate in Senior Management
Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from an institution recognized in
Kenya; and
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demonstrated merit and ability in
managing Research, Science and Technology.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will include: –
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developing Research, Science and
Technology policies and strategies, as well as frameworks;
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liaising with Research Institutions,
Universities and Private Sector in implementing research policy guidelines
drawn by the Government;
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organizing and or participating in
Research, Science and Technology workshops/conference/round table discussions
with stakeholders at national level; and
·        
developing Memorandum of
Understanding (MOUs) for partnerships in Science, Technology and Innovations.
Salary Scale: Kshs.98,500. –166,780 p.m. (CSG 6)
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable
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served for a minimum period of
three(3) years in the grade of Assistant Director of Education Job Group ‘P’ or
in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service;
·        
a Bachelors degree in Education from
a university recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Bachelors degree in Arts or Science
with Education from a university recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Bachelors degree in Arts or Science
from a university recognized in Kenya and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education
from an Institution recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Masters degree in any of the
following disciplines: Education, Arts, Science, Business Administration in a
management related field from a university recognized in Kenya;
·        
attended a Strategic Leadership
Development Programme lasting not less than six (6) weeks from a recognized
institution; and
·        
demonstrated ability and professional
competence in management within the education sector.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will include:-
·        
formulating, implementing and
reviewing policies, strategies and regulations of University Education Projects
and Programs.
·        
liaising with stakeholders in
education sector to provide quality education in University Education.
·        
promoting access and equity in
University Education.
·        
coordinating and Monitoring
implementation of government policies by University Management Councils.
Salary Scale: Kshs.85,110 – Kshs.119,730 pm (CSG 7)
Terms of service: Permanent and pensionable
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served for a minimum period of three
(3) years in the grade of Principal Education Officer Job Group ‘N’(CSG 8) or
in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service;
·        
a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from
a University recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or
Science from a University recognized in Kenya and a postgraduate Diploma in
Education from an institution recognized in Kenya;
·        
a Master’s Degree in any of the
following disciplines: Education, Arts, Science, Business Administration in a
management related field from a University recognized in Kenya;
·        
have a Senior Management Course not
lasting less than four (4) weeks from an Institution recognized in Kenya; and
·        
demonstrated merit and ability in
management within the education sector.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will include: –
·        
implementing and reviewing University
Policies, Programs and Projects relating to quality education;
·        
coordinating integration of Career
Offices in Universities;
·        
preparation and implementing of
bilateral agreements;
·        
coordinating of linkages and
partnerships of local & international universities;
·        
preparing proposals of funding for
University Education; and
·        
coordinating resource mobilization
for University Education.
Applications are invited from qualified persons for the
positions shown below.
Interested and qualified persons are requested to make their
applications as follows:
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by completing ONE PSC 2 (Revised
2016) application form. The form may be downloaded from the Commission’s
websites.
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Candidates should NOT attach any
documents to the application form. ALL the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
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Only shortlisted and successful candidates
will be contacted.
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Canvassing in any form will lead to
automatic disqualification.
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THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION IS
COMMITTED TO AVAILING EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO ALL KENYANS. PEOPLE
WITH DISABILITIES, THE MARGINALIZED AND THE MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of
their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates and
transcripts during interviews.
Serving officers shall be required to produce the original
letter of appointment to their current substantive post during the interview.
Completed applications should be sent or delivered to:
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

so as to reach the Commission on or before 12th November 2019

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE







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