COMMISSION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTION (CIC) JOBS IN KENYA

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Monday, October 24, 2011

COMMISSION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTION (CIC) JOBS IN KENYA

COMMISSION ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTION
SECRETARY/ CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER TO THE COMMISSION

The role:
Reporting to the Commission, the Secretary/Chief Executive Officer is the Commission’s Accounting
Officer responsible for the day to day management of the Secretariat and ensuring the
implementation of the Commission’s decisions, policies and strategies. This is a strategic job
requiring the holder to have the foresight and ability to adapt infrastructure and organizational
culture to accommodate change within a very fast paced and complex work environment.

Key results areas:
Leadership:

Provide leadership to a fresh team of highly qualified professionals in the various key functions so as
to meet the operational and strategic objectives of the Commission;
Strategic planning:
Facilitate the strategic planning process for the Commission including the preparation and
implementation of the Commission’s annual work plans and budgetary requirements as per the
Strategic Plan;
Annual fiscal and operational planning:
Develop and implement tight performance and financial management controls so as to ensure cost
optimization and resource utilization by the Secretariat;
Program coordination:
Co-ordinate the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the various Commission’s programs;
Reporting: Development and delivery of constitutional and statutory reports by the Secretariat to the
Commission in line with the CIC Act 2010 and the Constitution;
Asset Management:
Prudent procurement and management of the Secretariat’s assets in line with the procurement and
asset care policies and procedures;
Stakeholder management:
Oversee the design and implementation of a robust communication capability necessary to forge
good relations/linkages between the CIC’s constitutional partners, relevant line ministries and other
stakeholders and the people of Kenya generally so as to create unity of purpose in the
implementation of the Constitution;
Secretarial:
Provide secretarial services for the Commission so as to ensure timely and accurate recording and
custody of the Commission’s proceedings;
People leadership:
Promote a culture in which staff feel supported through best in class people practices so as to
motivate them deliver exceptional results;
Culture and governance:
Champion a culture of integrity, transparency and accountability so as to align Secretariat staff
behaviors to the vision, mission and values of the Commission and role model for the Nation the
values embedded in Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya; and Performance management: Ensure
implementation of a results based management process so as to monitor Key Result Areas and
outcomes both internally and externally.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience
• Must be a Kenyan citizen;
• Hold a Bachelors Degree in any Social Science and a Masters Degree in Management and/or
Administration from a university recognized in Kenya; At least fifteen (15) years transferable
experience, ten (10) of which should have been in a leadership position at senior
management level in a Public Service or Private Sector organization;
• Has knowledge of policy development, legislation, institutional reforms and the development
and application of administrative procedures;
• Has demonstrable strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation as well as financial
management skills;
• Meets the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010;
• Demonstrates good understanding of the social, political and economic situation in Kenya;
• Has demonstrable understanding of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010;
• Should not be involved in active participation in affairs of any political party; A creative and
astute planner, innovative in work flow design and management; and
• Effective communicator with excellent negotiations and people-leadership skills;
• Is self-motivated and has tenacity to work in a demanding, dynamic and fast paced work
environment.
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

HEAD OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION
Reporting to Director, Programs the Head of Monitoring and Evaluation will be responsible for the
development and implementation of sound monitoring and evaluation systems in line with the
Commission’s objectives and the Constitution of Kenya, 2010.
Key result areas

• Develop and implement participatory frameworks for monitoring and evaluating the
execution of strategies and activities by implementing agencies towards the implementation
of the Constitution of Kenya;
• Ensure each program strategy has a practical and appropriate evaluation plan that will track
and measure progress and incorporate learning on an on-going basis;
• Develop and apply appropriate tools and approaches at the organizational, thematic and
program levels for monitoring the strategies and activities of implementing agencies;
• Oversee periodic evaluation of activities of implementing agencies in all thematic areas and
programs of the Commission;
• Facilitate evidence-based discussions on the progress made by implementing agencies
against strategic milestones;
• Prepare periodic progress reports and provide feedback to all implementing agencies; and
• Ensure the function is adequately resourced by professional and competent staff and foster a
culture in which staff feel supported so as to deliver exceptional results.
Qualifications and Experience
• Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Research or a related discipline and a Master’s degree
in a related field from a university recognized in Kenya;
• At least ten (10) years experience in conducting or managing multi-method program and
strategy evaluations, seven (7) of which should be at a senior management level;
Skills and personal attributes
• Demonstrable ability to manage complex relationships with staff and other implementing
agencies;
• Strong meeting facilitation skills with the ability to listen and learn from diverse
constituencies and to assist them to find common ground on complex issues;
• Demonstrable ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously;
• Strong time management proficiency;
• Strong consultative skills with the ability to negotiate in settings characterized by ambiguity
and complexity;
• Ability to work with flexibility, efficiency, enthusiasm and diplomacy both individually and as
part of a complex team;
• Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills and attention to detail;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch targets in a fast paced working
environment; and
• Must be computer literate
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:

The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

HEAD OF FINANCE
Reporting to the Director, Management Services the Head of Finance will be responsible for ensuring
prudent financial management and internal controls by implementing financial policies, procedures
and systems so as to ensure integrity, timely service delivery and value for money for the
Commission.
Key result areas
• Develop and implement robust financial policies, plans, procedures and internal controls;
• Oversee the preparation of financial plans and budgets including their administration;
• Develop and implement appropriate accountability structures and monitor the performance
indicators of the finance function;
• Provide advice to the Commission, Secretary/CEO and other functions on matters relating to
public finance;
• Prepare timely and accurate financial statements and facilitate regular due diligence on
corporate governance and other processes of the Secretariat; and
• Foster a culture in which staff feel supported so as to deliver exceptional results.
Qualifications and experience
• Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and a Master’s degree in Business
Administration, Finance or Economics from a university recognized in Kenya;
• Is a Certified Public Accountant (K) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
(ACCA); and
• At least ten (10) years experience in financial management or accounting, seven (7) of which
should be at senior management level in a large Public Service, Private Sector.
Skills and personal attributes
• Demonstrable ability to drive organizational value through the implementation of appropriate
and diligent financial management practices;
• Demonstrated personal integrity;
• Strong leadership and management, problem solving, analytical and attention to detail skills;
• Excellent interpersonal, presentation, oral and written communication skills and excellent
relationship building skills;
• Ability to make critical and timely decisions in a highly sensitive environment;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch targets in a fast paced work
environment;
• Familiarity with the Public Sector financial and accounting systems; and
• Must be computer literate and knowledge of accounting systems and packages
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

HEAD OF PROCUREMENT
Reporting to Director, Management Services the Head of Procurement will be responsible for the
efficient and effective management of the procurement function in the Secretariat managing local and
international purchases, monitoring expenditure and evaluating supplier relationships.
Key result areas:
• Provide leadership and ensure efficient and effective management of staff and resources in
the procurement function;
• Develop mechanisms and tools to monitor expenditure and spearhead cost reduction in
procurement initiatives in all divisions in the Secretariat by implementing cost-effective
inventory holding levels;
• Develop procurement targets and a forecasted procurement plan that will be integrated in
the annual budget to facilitate local and international purchases;
• Formulate a sourcing strategy for services and product purchases in accordance with market
trends and the Secretariats budgetary limits;
• Develop and implement a procurement system to adequately enhance the performance of the
procurement function;
• Adopt a total cost of ownership approach in the development and evaluation of all materials in
the tendering process; and
• Maximize staff performance through objective setting, appraisal, review and feedback.
Qualifications and experience
• Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Supply Chain
Management, Operations Management or a related field and a Master’s degree in Business
Administration, Supply Chain Management or a related field from a University recognized in
Kenya
• Be holders of a post-graduate diploma in Procurement/Supply Chain management;
• At least ten (10) years experience in procurement; seven (7) of which should be at senior
management level in the Public Service or Private Sector.
Skills and Personal Attributes
• Demonstrable ability to drive organizational value through the implementation of appropriate
and diligent procurement practices;
• Demonstrated personal integrity and problem solving, analytical, attention to essential detail,
planning and organizing skills;
• Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills;
• Ability to make critical and timely decisions in a highly sensitive environment;
• Familiarity with the Public Procurement Act;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch targets in a fast paced working
environment; and
• Must be computer literate ability to work with relevant procurement applications
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

HEAD OF LEGAL
Reporting to Director, Management Services the Head of Legal is the principal legal counsel to the
Commission and will provide professional legal advice, so as to ensure legal compliance, advice on
dispute prevention and resolution and support legal reform initiatives.
Key result areas
• Provide legal advice that is premised on a platform that is well researched, reasoned and
timely;
• Ensure compliance of the Commission with relevant laws and the Constitution;
• Develop preventive legal strategies to forestall avoidable disputes, controversies and
litigation;
• Ensure that all legal disputes concerning the Commission are professionally resolved
including prosecution and/or defense of the Commission’s cases;
• Represent the Commission in Court cases;
• Advice the Secretary/CEO and management in the outsourcing of legal work and other
contracted services and ensure that the Commission obtains value for money.
• Ensure timely filling of statutory, regulatory reports and liaison with the CEO and other
functional heads, coordinate the preparation of the CIC quarterly reports.
• In consultation with the Secretary/CEO, document Commission minutes, directives, circulars,
procedures and other instructions; and
• Maximize staff performance through objective setting, appraisal, review and feedback.
Qualifications and experience
• Holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Masters Degree in Law (LLM) from a university
recognized in Kenya;
• Must be an advocate of the High Court with a practicing certificate;
• At least ten (10) years experience in legal practice, seven (7) of which should be at a senior
management level
Skills and Personal Attributes
• Has attention to detail and is analytical;
• A good organizer with individual leadership skills;
• Strategic orientation and demonstrates a flair in continuous learning and research;
• An astute communicator in both oral and written communication skills;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch targets in a fast paced working
environment; and
• Must be computer literate.
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

HEAD OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND ADMINISTRATION
Reporting to Director, Management Services the Head of Human Resources and Administration will
be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the Human resource function in order to
maximize the strategic use of the human resources and ensure that all operational and administrative
roles for the Secretariat are properly administered in line with the relevant systems, laws and
policies.
Key results areas
• Provide strategic direction to the Human Resources function by supporting the senior
management in the achievement of the Secretariat people aim vision;
• Facilitate the development of HR policies, plans and procedures to guide the people
practices;
• Facilitate the Secretariat’s long and short term manpower planning process;
• Assist the Secretariat to set up a staffing capability that allocates and ensures human
resources capital recruitment practices are appropriate without compromising the quality of
the Secretariats’ standards;
• Plan and conduct new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward organizational
objectives.
• Ensure implementation of the compensation and benefits policy so that the Secretariats’
employee reward and benefits system reflects equity and respects the values and principles
of the Constitution;
• Ensure that relevant performance management tools and systems are in place and that all the
secretariat staff have performance contracts and with measurement and reporting routines
that reflect the Commissions’ delivery of results;
• Ensure that work-life balance and safety programs exist for the Secretariat staff;
• Ensure that the secretariat has the tools, systems and processes to manage difficult staffing
issues and that disciplinary and grievance handling procedures are in place;
• Ensure that the Secretariat employee record system is in place so as to have a just in time
information for people decisions;
• Work in collaboration with the CEO and other head of Departments in the Secretariat to
ensure and ensuring that the culture of the Secretariat is performance based;
• Maximize staff performance through objective setting, appraisal, review and feedback;
• Lead and Direct the administrative function of the secretariat in the following broad areas:
Transport and Logistics, Document Production, Office logistics and services; and
• Provide back office administrative skills in document handling and storage, facility security
and upkeep, licensing processing, travel arrangements, accommodation, fleet management.
Qualifications and experience
• Holds a Bachelors degree in Social Sciences or Human Resource Management and a Masters
Degree in Human Resource and/or Administration/Management from a University recognized
in Kenya;
• A post graduate Diploma in HR is an added advantage;
• At least ten (10) years experience in human resources and administration, seven (7) of which
should be at senior management level in a fast paced work environment;
• Skills and personal attributes
• Is a good organizer, analytical and attentive to detail with individual leadership and
intrapersonal skills;
• Demonstrable skill sets in Strategic HR management practice and administrative and
management skills;
• An astute communicator in both oral, written communication and presentation skills;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch targets in a fast paced working
environment; and
• Be computer literate in relevant HR applications.
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

SENIOR PROCUREMENT OFFICER
Reporting to Head of Procurement, the Senior Procurement Officer is responsible for the actualization
of the procurement activities, as dictated by the procurement strategies, policies, procedures and
plans as well as providing advice on procurement matters.
Key result areas
• Participate in the development and implementation of procurement strategies, plans and
policies for the Commission and other entities;
• Interpret and implement the Public Procurement and Disposals lows and regulations and
other relevant lows and statutes that impact on procurement in the Commission;
• Provide advice to the Commission and Secretariat
• Monitor the internal trends in supplier and contract base and implement reactionary plans;
• Administer the supplier qualification and tendering processes to ensure credible resourcing
of supplies and services for the Commission;
• Maintain procurement files and discuss defective or unacceptable goods or services with
users, vendors and others to establish the cause of problem and take corrective and
preventative action;
• Plan, develop and buy materials, parts, supplies and equipment’s in a timely and cost
effective way while maintaining appropriate quality standards and specifications; and
• Develop and review purchase requests and ensure authorization as necessary to facilitate the
timely purchase of products and services. Each applicant must meet the requirements of
Chapter 6 of the Constitution; have on understanding of the Constitution
Qualifications and experience
• Holds a Bachelor's degree in Commerce, Social Sciences, Business Administration or any
other related field from a university recognized in Kenya
• Masters degree in Business Administration or any other relevant field from a university
recognized in Kenya will be an added advantage
• Be holders of a post-graduate Diploma in Procurement/Supply Chain Management; and
• At least eight (8) years experience in procurement and supplies management, six (6) of which
should be at management level in a Public Service or Private Sector organization.
Skills and personal attributes
• Demonstrated personal integrity;
• Strong management and administrative skills;
• Well developed problem solving skills and orientation to detail;
• Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills;
• Familiarity with the Public Procurement Act;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch in a fast paced working environment;
and
• Be computer literate in relevant procurement applications
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

SENIOR ACCOUNTANT
Reporting to Head of Procurement, the Senior Procurement Officer is responsible for the actualization
of the procurement activities, as dictated by the procurement strategies, policies, procedures and
plans as well as providing advice on procurement matters.
Key result areas
Participate in the development and implementation of procurement strategies, plans and policies for
the Commission and other entities;
Interpret and implement the Public Procurement and Disposals laws and regulations and other
relevant laws and statutes that impact on procurement in the Commission;
Provide advice to the Commission and Secretariat
Monitor the internal trends in supplier and contract base and implement reactionary plans;
Administer the supplier prequalification and tendering processes to ensure credible resourcing of
supplies and services for the Commission;
Maintain procurement files and discuss defective or unacceptable goods or services with users,
vendors and others to establish the cause of problem and take corrective and preventative action;
Plan, develop and buy materials, parts, supplies and equipments in a timely and cost effective way
while maintaining appropriate quality standards and specifications; and
Develop and review purchase requests and ensure authorization as necessary to facilitate the timely
purchase of products and services.
Qualifications and experience
• Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, Social Sciences, Business Administration or any
other related field from a university recognized in Kenya
• Masters degree in Business Administration or any other relevant field from a university
recognized in Kenya will be an added advantage.
• Be holders of a post-graduate Diploma in Procurement/Supply Chain Management; and
• At least eight (8) years experience in procurement and supplies management, six (6) of which
should be at management level in a Public Service or Private Sector organization.
Skills and personal attributes
• Demonstrated personal integrity;
• Strong management and administrative skills;
• Well developed problem solving skills and orientation to detail;
• Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills;
• Familiarity with the Public Procurement Act;
• Willingness and ability to work long hours under stretch in a fast paced working environment;
and
• Be computer literate in relevant procurement applications.
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org

INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER
Reporting to the Audit Committee and dotted line to Secretary/CEO, the Internal Audit Manager is
responsible for providing independent and objective assurance on the effectiveness of the
Commission’s policies, procedures, internal controls and governance processes to ensure the
achievement of the Commission’s mandate.
Key result areas
• Implement a robust system of identifying the Commission’s sources of risk exposure in the
different departments and raise audit issues for functions to implement appropriate corrective
measure;
• Prepare risk based annual audit plans and align them to the Commission’s objectives so and
ensure continuous audit of the organization’s risk management, internal controls, governance
processes and financial statements;
• Implement the audit plans as approved by the Audit Committee.
• Plan and implement special audit investigations and forensic audits as and when the need
arises;
• Prepare and present quarterly audit reports to the Audit Committee;
• Coordinate external audits and update the Audit Committee on implementation of findings by
external audit;
• Monitor the implementation of audit recommendations and report findings to the Audit
Committee and senior management;
• Implement an appropriate technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the audit
function; and
• Maximize staff performance through objective setting, appraisal, review and feedback.
Qualifications and experience
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field and a Masters degree in Business
Administration or a related field from a university recognized in Kenya;
• Be a Certified Public Accountant (K) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
(ACCA);
• At least ten (10) years experience in internal or external audit, seven (7) of which should be at
a senior management level.
Skills and personal attributes
• Demonstrated personal integrity;
• Knowledge of information systems audits;
• Ability to gather, analyze and evaluate facts;
• Excellent presentation, oral and written communication skills;
• Attention to detail and ability to work under minimal or no supervision;
• Ability to establish and retain good working relationships with other staff; and
• Must be computer literate.
Each applicant must meet the requirements of Chapter 6 of the Constitution, have an understanding of
the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and not be active in any political party. Each applicant must be
results-oriented, have ability to effectively deliver quality work under very tight deadlines and work
long hours under demanding circumstances with minimal supervision. They should be willing to
selflessly and impartially serve the people of Kenya under the new dispensation of the Constitution of
Kenya, 2010. Additionally, their work ethic must continuously be informed by the national values and
principles of Article 10 of the Constitution and apply a human rights based approach to work.
CIC is committed to respect the national values and principles and, the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution of Kenya, 2010, with respect to recruitment of staff. CIC is further committed to
implementing affirmative action measures and to this end encourages women, minorities and persons
from historically marginalized areas and groups with the requisite qualifications to apply for the
advertised jobs.
If your career aspirations match these exciting opportunities, please write in confidence quoting the
job title on both the cover letter and envelope, before 4th November 2011. Enclose your Curriculum
vitae containing an e-mail address, daytime telephone contact, qualifications, experience, present
position, current remuneration, names and addresses of three referees and send to:
The Chairman,
Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution,
Delta House, Chiromo Road,
P.O. Box 48041-00100, Nairobi
E-mail: chairapplications@cickenya.org


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