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Latest Government Jobs in Kenya - Ethics Anti Corruption Commission (EACC)

The Ethics Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) is established under Section 3 of the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission Act No. 22 of 2011, pursuant to article (79) of the Constitution of Kenya. 

The Mandate of the Commission is to combat and prevent corruption through law enforcement, preventive measures, education and promotion of standards and best practices of Integrity, Ethics and Anti-Corruption.

The Commission invites applications from suitable persons to fill the following positions; Senior Officer Security, Administration Officer II- (Transport and Logistics), Legal Clerks and Records Assistant I.

Senior Officer Security


1 Post

Reporting to the Principal Administration Officer the job holder will be responsible for Commission’s general Security;
Duties and Responsibilities
·                     Undertaking development and implementation of programsdesigned to protect employee’s customers, assets, physical property and proprietary information of the Commission
·                     Advising the Secretary/CEO on all matters related to Security
·                     Formulating a comprehensive security policy for the Commission
·                     Carrying out physical security surveys for the Commission’s buildings in order to determine lapses and recommend on how to overcome the same
·                     Conducting security awareness programme for all the Commission Employees
·                     Planning and executing personal protection plans
·                     Developing and implementing emergency preparedness plans
·                     Act as a main link between the Commission and contracted private Security providers
Qualifications and Experience
·                     A university degree preferably in sociology, criminology or social sciences
·                     Masters degree will be an added advantage
·                     Must have trained in investigations or security from reputable institution
·                     Training in strategic and operational security Management
·                     • Must have worked for at least 10 years in the military or Kenya police and attained the rank of a Major or Senior Superintendant & above with hand on experience on Protective Security from a large corporate organization
·                     • Knowledge of industrial safety will be an added advantage
In addition to the above the candidate must possess the following core competencies
·                     Proactive and innovative
·                     Be a team player
·                     Good communication, analytical & interpersonal skills
Administration Officer II - Transport and Logistics


1 Post


Reporting to the Principal Administration Officer, the job holder will be responsible for Transportation and Logistics management.
Duties and Responsibilities;
·                     Implementing the Commission Transport policy
·                     Developing transport systems
·                     Scheduling and coordinating transport requirements for the Commission including Business Continuity Plans
·                     Ensuring up-to-date inventory of vehicles and accessories
·                     Ensuring maintenance of vehicles in good running condition including fueling
·                     Maintaining and managing all data relating to transport activities
·                     Arranging for re-training and re-certification of drivers and registration and re- certifications of vehicles
·                     Ensuring compliance of safety standards in transportation functions
·                     Submitting monthly transport returns and reports
·                     Ensuring safe parking of vehicles at all Commission stations
Qualifications and Experience
·                     A university degree preferably in transportation and Logistics and any other relevant discipline
·                     Post graduate diploma in transport and logistics will be an added advantage
·                     Minimum of 6 years experience in handling Transport services, of preferably a public organization
·                     Good knowledge of Kenyan traffic rules and regulations
·                     Ability to diagnose vehicular problems
·                     Proficiency in computer usage
·                     Etiquettes and people management skills
·                     Ability to solve problems, take initiative and plan tasks
·                     Flexibility with time to work extra hours is highly required
In addition to the above the candidate must possess the following core competencies
·                     Must have an eye for detail
·                     Ability to maximize the use of vehicle fleet
·                     Strong analytical and interpersonal skills
·                     Ability to multitask and work well under pressure to meet tight deadlines
Legal Clerk

6 Posts


To be based in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Nyeri and Garissa

Reporting to the Regional Office Manager;
Duties and Responsibilities
·                     Undertaking office clerical tasks as may be assigned
·                     Filing of pleadings and other process in court registries• Service of court process
·                     Conducting searches other related duties at the companiesregistry, lands office, motor vehicle registry, Government Printer, etc
·                     Opening and keeping of case registers; and maintaining court diaries
·                     Updating of legal statutes
·                     Handling and filing correspondence, receipts and other documents
·                     Undertaking Library duties including arrangement and cataloguing of materials and maintaining a borrower’s register
·                     Liaising with auctioneers in execution of judgments and decrees
·                     Maintaining and ensuring security of records, files and library materials.
·                     Minimum of KCSE C or its equivalent
·                     A Certificate in Legal studies
·                     Licensed Court Process Server with current certificate
·                     Minimum of three (3) years relevant working experience
·                     A Diploma in Law will be an added advantage
Records Assistant I 

EACC “9” 

1 Post

Reporting to the Principal Forensic Investigator through the Senior Forensic Investigator, the officer will be responsible for investigations files, records and exhibits.

Duties and Responsibilities
·                     Safe custody and management of investigation files and exhibits
·                     Registration and maintenance of a register of investigation files and cases in court
·                     Tracking and updating status of investigation and court files
·                     Preparing and providing periodic reports and statistics of investigations and court cases.
·                     A Higher Diploma in records management, with degree holders having an added advantage
·                     Minimum of 5 years experience in records management preferably in a public sector institution
·                     Experience in managing records of investigative nature will be an added advantage.
Terms and Requirements for employment
·                     Employment will initially be on contract terms, for a period of four (4) years renewable upon satisfactory performance
·                     Competitive/attractive remuneration packages will be offered
·                     Applicants must be of outstanding honesty and integrity, and should be willing to be subjected to a security vetting process
·                     Applicants must be computer-literate to be able to work in a highly computerized environment
·                     Applicants MUST quote the reference number for the position applied for on the application letter and envelope
·                     Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification
Only candidates who meet the set criteria should submit applications together with their updated curriculum vitae, copies of certificates and testimonials including details of day time contacts, current and expected remuneration, notice period required to take up appointment, names and contacts of three referees and addressed to the Secretary/ Chief Executive Officer at the address below; so as to reach him not later than 12th April 2013.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
The Secretary/Chief Executive Officer
Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)
P.O. Box 61130 00200

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