Friday, October 7, 2011

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA JOBS / JOBS IN SOUTH SUDAN JUBA

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
RECRUITMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE SUPPORT OFFICERS (CSSO) FOR CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT IN THE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH SUDAN
The Government of Kenya has approved, within the framework of Technical Assistance Cooperation
Programme to Government of South Sudan, the Secondment of additional twenty five (25) serving and
retired Civil Servants in various fields as per the advertised positions under the GOSS/IGAD Initiative
Project is partly funded by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The officers will be deployed
in strategic functional areas within the National Ministries and State Level Governments for a period of
two (2) years. They will be expected to mentor and coach their counterpart Civil Servants through
application of appropriate on-the-job training programme and on work processes, systems and
procedures.
A Memorandum of Understanding specific to the Terms of Service for the seconded officers was signed by
the two Governments as provided for under the existing Technical Assistance/ Cooperation on Training
and Capacity Building.
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

VETERINARY OFFICER

V/No.116/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 01/09/2011
Grade 3
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 4,023 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: 45 Calender Days per year
Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring veterinary and Livestock personnel in the
GOSS Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries by providing guidance and training of young doctors
and technical support cadres.
Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• undertaking disease control activities such as disease search, mapping vaccination and
enforcement of livestock movement regulations
• training stakeholders on vector control programmes, animal health, breeding, welfare and good
veterinary practices
• treating sick animals, analyzing, interpreting data and preparing reports on animal health,
products and markets; undertaking postmortem examination and other diagnostics tests;
• interpreting laboratory results and making appropriate recommendations; inspecting, grading
and licensing plants processing animal products and transport carriers/ containers; examining
and issuing animal health certificates; participating in field efficacy trails for drugs, vaccines and
acaricides;
• disseminating data/ information on animal health, products and markets;
• collaborating with stakeholders in providing veterinary services;
• undertaking forensic investigations and compiling appropriate reports; and
• offering veterinary services at ports of entry.
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• have served in the grade of Assistant Director of Veterinary Services, Job Group ‘P’ or in a
comparable and relevant position in the Public Service for a minimum period of three (3) years;
• be in possession of a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVM) degree from a recognized university;
• be registered by Kenya Veterinary Board
• have a Masters Degree in any of the following fields: Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Surgery,
Animal Nutrition and Feed Sciences, Animal Genetics and Breeding, Clinical Studies, Veterinary
Public Health, Veterinary Anatomy, Animal Reproductive Biology; Veterinary Pathology and
Microbiology, Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Diagnosis, Applied Veterinary Parasitology,
Applied Microbiology, Comparative Mammalian Physiology, Pharmacology and Toxilogy, Wildlife
Health and Management, Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics or any other relevant
qualification from a recognized university
• have certificate in computer applications; and
• have shown professional competence required in managing Veterinary Services
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:

THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER
V/ No.167/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 02/09/2011
Grade 4
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: 45 Calendar Days per year
Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring staff in the Ministry of Roads and Transport in
the following areas of air traffic control:
Aerial Control – keeping aircraft flying the airways
Approach control – guiding and sequencing aircraft into the most efficient order for landing. This include
dealing with instrument landing systems, which allows some planes in make automatic landings and
ensuring that planes are placed in holding patterns when airports are busy; and
Aerodrome control – air control and ground control; guide the aircraft through landing and to its parking
stand at the terminal. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• keeping radio and/ or radar contact with aircraft
• directing the movement of aircraft to climb or descend and allocating final cruising level;
• providing information to aircraft about weather conditions;
• ensuring that minimum distances are maintained between planes;
• controlling movements onto and off runways;
• handling ground movement of planes around the terminals
• handling ground movement of vehicles around the airport; and
• handling unexpected events, emergencies and unscheduled traffic
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• be in possession of a Bachelor’s degree with a bias in Mathematics, Physics, Geography,
Engineering (mechanical, electrical, telecommunication, production survey and civil) or any other
equivalent and relevant qualification from a recognized university;
• have at least ten (10) years proven work experience in the Public Service as a gazetted/ registered
Air Traffic Controller, gained from an international air traffic control facility;
• have comprehensive knowledge of air traffic control laws, rules and regulations
• have passed an aptitude test for Air Traffic Controllers;
• have passed ICAO Class III medical test;
• have good communication an interpersonal skills with ability to make accurate judgment; and
• be a good team player
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

ECONOMIST
V/No.168/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 03/09/2011
Grade 4
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD
Terms of Service: Two (2) year contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: 45 Calendar Days per year
Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Ministry of Finance and
Economic Planning. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• formulation of Economic and Statistical policies
• identification, protection and evaluation of Development Projects and programmes
• conducting feasibility studies;
• determination of project viability and priorities;
• collection, collation and analysis of data related to a specific area of interest;
• resource mobilization;
• preparation of memos and position papers;
• formulation and implementation of strategic plans;
• monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes; and
• development of performance targets for officers in the Ministry and monitoring and evaluating
their implementation,
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, the officer must:
• have served in the grade of Senior Economist, Job Group ‘N’ in the Public Service for a minimum
period of three (3) years;
• be in possession of at least a Bachelor’s degree in Economics or Statistics from a recognized
university;
• be computer literate – MS Office Suite;
• have wide experience in formulation of economic and financial policies;
• be a team player, with ability to get well with diverse workforce;
• have good interpersonal and communication skills;
• have demonstrated professionalism and integrity in work performance; and
• have demonstrated organizational, managerial and administrative competencies
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

LEGAL OFFICER
V/No.169/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 04/09/2011
Grade 4
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: 45 Calendar Days per year
Work Station: Juba/ States of Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities

The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Ministry of Legal Affairs and
Constitutional Development. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• reviewing legal documents/ instruments, opinions and briefs;
• taking legal action, where necessary, to protect the interest of the Ministry in pursuance of its
mandate;
• dealing with litigation matters;
• legal and legislative drafting;
• providing legal support services to the programmes in which the Ministry will be involved;
• preparation of drafts and negotiation of contracts, leases, formal agreements and other legal
instruments between Ministry and other parties;
• settlement and arbitration of disputes to protect organizational interests; and
• entrenching good corporate governance practices to enhance organizational effectiveness.
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• have a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from a recognized university;
• have served for a minimum period of three (3) years in the grade of Legal Officer/ State Council,
Job Group ‘M’ or equivalent in the Civil Service;
• be admitted as an Advocate of the High Court;
• have attained a Diploma in Law or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
• be proficient in computer applications;
• have demonstrated management, administrative and professional competence in work
performance;
• have good interpersonal and communication skills; and
• be courteous, a good team player with ability to get well with diverse workforce.
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.

Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
V/ No.170/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 05/09/2011
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,746 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in Directorate of Human Resource
Development, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• coordinating in-service development training programmes;
• preparing training projections and budgets;
• developing and reviewing Human Resource Development policies;
• maintenance of Human Resource Development Statistics;
• preparation of training projections;
• development of Training Needs Assessment (TNA); and
• human resource planning.

Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in Education, Social Sciences or related field from a
recognized institution
• have served in the grade of Principal Human Resource Development Officer, Job Group ‘N’ in the
Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years;
• have ability to undertake Training Needs Assessment (TNA)
• demonstrate professional competency in conducting staff competency assessment;
• be proficient in computer application;
• have good interpersonal and communication skills; and
• be courteous, a good team player with ability to get well with diverse workforce.
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to

the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

FINANCE OFFICER
V/No.171/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 06/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Directorate of Administration
and Finance, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• the processing of the Ministry’s estimates and budget;
• expenditure, revenue monitoring and reporting;
• seeking funds for additional expenditure and reallocation of voted funds during a financial year;
and
• preparation quarterly expenditure forecasts as a basis for discussion with the GOSS Ministry of
Finance and Economic Planning
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• have served in the grade of Senior Finance Officer, Job Group ‘L’ in the Civil Service for a
minimum period of three (3) years;
• be in possession of Bachelors degree in any of the following areas: Economics, Mathematics and
Statistics; Commerce (Finance or Accounting option) Business Management or any other relevant
qualification from a recognized university;
• have attended Public Financial Management course
• be proficient in financial computer application;
• have good interpersonal and communication skills;
• demonstrate professionalism and integrity; and
• demonstrate organizational, managerial and administrative competencies
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

PUBLIC COMMUNICATION OFFICER
V/No.172/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 07/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Directorate of Administration
and Finance, Ministry of Information. Specifically, key responsibilities will:
• writing articles, features and speeches;
• planning and maintaining effective network for news dispatch and information gathering;
• planning and conducting research on general public opinion regarding the Ministry and
developing appropriate strategies to address the issues;
• development of ministerial communications strategy; and
• editing stories on various topical issues for dissemination through an appropriate media
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in any one of the following disciplines: Mass
Communication Studies, Public Relations, Journalism, or any other approved equivalent
qualification from a recognized university;
• have served for a minimum period of three (3) years in grade of Senior Public Communications
Officer, Job Group ‘L’ in Civil Service
• have excellent communication and public relations skills;
• have good communication, public relations and interpersonal skills; and
• be proficient in computer application skills.
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICER (PAYROLL MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEM)
V/No.173/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 08/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Directorate of Establishment and
Budget, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• assessment of staff establishment proposals;
• undertaking establishment control through maintenance of efficient and effective computer based
database for all GOSS Civil Service employees;
• payroll audit for GOSS Ministries
• generating personal numbers
• reconciliation of establishment for all GOSS Ministries
• preparation of personnel requirements and payroll trend reports; and
• management of Human Resource Information Systems
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this, an officer must:
• be in possession of Bachelors Degree in Human Resource Management or Business/ Public
Administration
• have served in the Civil Service for a minimum period of three (3) years in the grade of Chief
Human Resource Management Officer, Job Group ‘M’;
• have demonstrated professional competence in handling Integrated Human Resource Information
Systems and Payroll
• be a person of high integrity
• be proficient in computer application
• have good interpersonal and communication skills; and
• be courteous, a good team player with ability to get well with diverse workforce
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

LABOUR OFFICER
157
V/No.174/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 09/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in Directorate of Labour and Industrial
Relations, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• formulation of labour policies
• promotion of employer/ employee relations
• investigation and conciliation of trade disputes
• inspection of wages, terms and conditions of employment
• enforcement of labour laws, policies, industrial relations matters and International Labour
Organizations Instruments on labour administration; and
• investigation of labour related offences and prosecution of offenders in courts of law
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• have a Bachelors Degree in any Social Sciences/ Business Administration or Bachelor of Laws
from a recognized university
• have served in the grade of Chief Labour Officer, Job Group ‘M’ in the Civil Service for a minimum
period of three (3) years
• have post-graduate qualification in either Labour/ Industrial Relations, Human Resource
Management or Law from a recognized institution; and
• be computer literate
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

ACCOUNTANT
V/No.175/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 10/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring Accounts Personnel in the Directorate of
Administration and Finance, Ministry of Labour and Public Service. Specifically, key responsibilities will
entail:
• interpretation of financial policies and regulations;
• accounting procedures and practices;
• preparation of budgets;
• financial analysis and collating financial estimates;
• preparation of financial accounts and statements;
• verification of vouchers and financial documents; and
• ensuring security of cheque books, payment vouchers and miscellaneous receipts, local purchase
orders, local service orders etc
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in Commerce (Accounting Option) or any other equivalent
qualification from a recognized university;
• be in possession of a professional qualification such as Certified Public Accountant CPA (K), or
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants or any other recognized professional qualification;
• have served in the grade of Senior Accountant, Job Group ‘L’ in the Civil Service for at least three
(3) years;
• be a person of high integrity;
• have shown outstanding professional competence in accounting; and
• be proficient in financial computer application;
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

CO-OPERATIVE OFFICER
V/No.176/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 12/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,470 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan

Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the GOSS, Ministry of Co-operative
and Rural Development on issues relating to co-operative legislation and management. Specifically, key
responsibilities will entail:
• formulation, implementation and review of policies, strategies and statutes related to the cooperative
movement and investment;
• matters relating to specialized activities such as marketing, credit, financing, governance,
budgeting, accounts and management;
• auditing, inspection and inquiring of co-operative societies;
• overseeing co-operative legislation and compliance;
• arbitrate on issues affecting co-operative societies; and
• collecting and analyzing data on co-operative activities and trends for promoting the co-operative
movement in potential areas
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• have served in the grade of Senior Co-operative Officer, Job Group ‘L’ for a minimum period of
three (3) years in the Civil Service;
• have a Bachelors Degree in any of the following disciplines: Agriculture, Economics/ Statistics,
Agricultural Engineering, Agri-business, Agricultural Economics or any other relevant and
equivalent qualification;
• be proficient in financial management and computer application;
• have good communication and interpersonal skills; and
• demonstrate professionalism and integrity
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

FILM PRODUCTION OFFICER
V/No.177/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 13/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,070 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring officers in the Ministry of Information and
Broadcasting. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• organizing and executing all stages of simple, scripted news, documentaries, features, animation
and commercial film projects; and
• planning, coordinating and management of activities of film production such as research, scrip
writing, producing, directing, editing, filming, sound operations and film processing, including the
content, artistic, technical and financial aspects in accordance with existing policies, regulations
and procedures
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this, an officer must:
• have a Bachelors Degree in any of the following fields: Mass Communications/ Information
Science, Sociology, International Relations, Geography, History, Arts and Design, Government,
Economics, Anthropology, Literature (Linguistic/ Drama/ Theatre/ Arts/ Music etc) or equivalent
qualifications from a recognized university;
• have served in the grade of Senior Film Officer I, Job Group ‘L’ in the Civil Service for a minimum
period of three (3) years;
• have a post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communications/ Journalism/ Film/ Radio/ TV
Production;
• be proficient in computer applications/ electronics in a relevant field; and
• have good interpersonal skills and competencies
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI

QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICER
V/No.178/2011
Job Ref. GOSS/GOK 14/09/2011
Grade 5
Two (2) posts
Consolidated Technical Allowance: 3,070 USD p.m
Terms of Service: Two (2) year Contract
International Travel: Four Return air tickets for the two year duration
Annual Leave: Juba/ Southern Sudan
Key Responsibilities
The officer will be responsible for coaching and mentoring Quality Assurance and Standards Personnel in
the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Specifically, key responsibilities will entail:
• maintenance of standards practices in Southern Sudan;
• preparation of standards relating to products, measurements, materials, processes, etc and their
promotion at national, regional and international levels;
• certification of industrial products;
• assistance in the production of quality goods;
• quality inspection of imports at ports of entry; and
• improvement of measurement accuracies and dissemination of information relating to standards.
Qualifications, Experience and Competencies
For appointment to this grade, an officer must:
• have served in the grade of Quality Assurance and Standards Officer I, Job Group ‘L’ in the Public
Service for at least three (3) years;
• have a Bachelor Degree in Applied Sciences, Engineering, or Food Technology from a recognized
university; and
• be proficient in computer
Terms and Conditions of Service
The officers will be paid a Consolidated Technical Allowance that include accommodation and Medical
Insurance Cover while working in Southern Sudan. The project will also meet travel expenses for the
officers. The identified serving Civil Servants will continue receiving their salaries from GOK to cater for
their statutory deductions and upkeep of their families at home.
Eligibility
The Government of South Sudan through the Public Service Commission of Kenya, is therefore seeking
for eligible serving or retired Kenya Civil Servants to fill the underlisted positions through secondment
arrangement.
Applications are invited from qualified serving or retired Civil Servants for the positions shown below.
They should make their applications online through one of the Commission’s websites
www.publicservice.go.ke and www.psckjobs.go.ke OR by completing ONE application form PSC 2 (Revised
2007). The form may be obtained at the Reception Office in Commission House or downloaded from
Commission’s website.
Please Note
Candidates should NOT attach any documents to the application form. All the details requested in the
advertisement should be filled on the form.
Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted
Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce originals of their National Identity Card, academic and
professional certificates, testimonials and any other supporting documents during interviews.
Serving officers must have their applications endorsed by their Head of Department who should also
complete their recommendation forms. The recommended form should be sent under confidential cover to
the Public Service Commission. Retired Civil Servants must also have their applications endorsed by
Heads of Department where they were deployed prior to retirement.
All applications should be clearly marked (GOSS/GOK jobs) on the first page and must reach the Public
Service Commission of Kenya by Friday, 7th October 2011 addressed as follows:
THE SECRETARY
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF KENYA
P.O. BOX 30095 – 00100
NAIROBI





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