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Kisii County Government

County Public Service Board
 
County Director Revenue 

(1 Post)
 
Job Group ‘R’
 
Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Shall be answerable to the County Chief Officer, Finance and Economic Planning;
  • Shall be the Chief Revenue Collector and maintenance of all the records thereto;
  • Identify other sources of County Revenue and maximize all revenue collection;
  • Active team member in preparation of County Budgets;
  • Maintain county expenditure records and prepare monthly, quarterly and annual statistics;
  • Institute integrated financial management system from the County Headquarters up to the Ward Offices;
  • Apply best accounting practices for effective utilization of county resources;
  • Oversee cash management and county exchequer operations.
Requirements for Appointment:
  • Hold a first degree preferably in any of the following areas- Finance, Accounting, Commerce, and Entrepreneurship. A master’s degree in the said disciplines may be an added advantage;
  • Must hold CPA(K) or equivalent from other accounting professional body and be of good standing;
  • Have at least 10 years’ experience in a busy finance working environment;
  • Ability to multi-task and offer advisory services to interested stakeholders;
  • Be a good systems analyst; and
  • Articulate in figures and has clear mind in the concept of ‘finance follows function’.
County Deputy Director Revenue 
(2 posts)
 
Job Group ‘Q’
 
The County Deputy Director Revenue Officer will be responsible to the County Director Revenue Officer for the day to day running of the County Revenue Collection Section.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Implement national policies and statutory regulations on revenue;
  • Implement county policies and county regulations on revenue;
  • Develop and implement a plan to create demand and achieve revenue growth;
  • Design effective, efficient and secure systems of collecting revenue;
  • Identify and rate economic potentials of new revenue streams;
  • Advise the relevant county committee on matters of new revenue streams;
  • Maintain schedules for revenue source within the county;
  • Device ways to motivate those who pay rates, fees and charges;
  • Develop and deploy revenue staff within the county;
  • Set broad performance targets in collection of revenue;
  • Prepare monthly reports on revenue collection and deposits to county accounts;
  • Set up an effective mechanism for monitoring and ensuring system integrity and security; and
  • Undertake periodic surveys to determine feasibility in revenue collection.
Requirements for Appointment
  • Have served for at least five (5) years in a challenging Public Service or Private Sector organization;
  • Have a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance or Accounts option) degree or an equivalent relevant degree, CPA (K) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualifications;
  • Be thoroughly conversant with various financial management computer packages;
  • Must be a registered member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) or equivalent with a good professional standing.
  • A Masters’ degree in Business Administration (MBA) will be an added advantage.
County Assistant Director Revenue 
(2 posts)
 
Job Group ‘P’
 
The County Assistant Director Revenue will be responsible to the County Deputy Director revenue officer for the day to day running of the County Revenue Collection Section.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Implement national policies and statutory regulations on revenue;
  • Implement county policies and county regulations on revenue;
  • Develop and implement a plan to create demand and achieve revenue growth;
  • Design effective, efficient and secure systems of collecting revenue;
  • Identify and rate economic potentials of new revenue streams;
  • Advise the relevant county committee on matters of new revenue streams;• Maintain schedules for revenue source within the county;
  • Device ways to motivate those who pay rates, fees and charges;
  • Develop and deploy revenue staff within the county;
  • Set broad performance targets in collection of revenue;
  • Prepare monthly reports on revenue collection and deposits to county accounts;
  • Set up an effective mechanism for monitoring and ensuring system integrity and security; and
  • Undertake periodic surveys to determine feasibility in revenue collection.
Requirements for Appointment
  • Have served for at least five (3) years in a challenging Public Service or Private Sector organization;
  • Have a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance or Accounts option) degree or an equivalent relevant degree, CPA (K) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) qualifications;
  • Be thoroughly conversant with various financial management computer packages;
  • Must be a registered member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) or equivalent with a good professional standing.
  • A Masters’ degree in Business Administration (MBA) will be an added advantage.
Senior Revenue Officer 
(2 Posts)
Job Group
 ‘L’
 
The Senior Revenue Officer will be responsible to the County Assistant Director Revenue for the day to day running of the County Revenue Collection Section.
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Monitor revenue collection in the sub county;
  • Prepare timely and accurate revenue reports for the sub county;
  • Certify and verify revenue returns from the sub county;
  • Collection and banking of revenue collected at sub county;
  • Custodian of accountable documents at sub county;
  • Doing postings and analysis in cashbook at the sub county;
  • Banking the revenue collected at the sub county;
  • Submitting weekly revenue returns and preparation of monthly returns for the sub county;
  • Supervision of Ward Revenue collectors.
Requirements for Appointment:
  • Hold a degree in either finance, accounting or economics from a recognized institution and has working experience of 3 years; OR
  • Has basic accounting proficiency and has worked for at least 7 years in revenue related duties;
  • Results oriented and can work with minimum supervision.
Deputy Director Enforcement Compliance 
(1 Post)
Job group
 ‘Q’
 
Reporting to the Director Enforcement and Compliance. 

Deputy Director Enforcement Officer will be in charge of assisting the Director, Enforcement and Compliance either in a) Kisii Town or b) Other Municipal, Town and Market areas of the County
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Identify all areas where enforcement services are required.
  • Enforce all County laws as directed by the County Head Legal Services.
  • Promotion of national values, principles of good governance as outlined in Article 10 and 232 of the Constitution of Kenya.
  • Any other duty as may be assigned by the Director, Enforcement and Compliance.
Requirements for appointment
  • Have a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya.
  • Relevant working experience of not less than five (5) years in the public service or in the private sector.
  • Must have experience in law enforcement in the public or private sector.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of devolution, county development objectives and Vision 2030.
  • Be computer literate.
Assistant Director Enforcement and Compliance
(1 Post)
Job Group
 ‘P’
 
Reporting to the Deputy Director Enforcement and Compliance.

The Assistant Director, Enforcement and Compliance Officer will be in charge of assisting the Deputy Director, Enforcement and Compliance in Other Municipal, Town and Market areas of the County
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Identify all areas where enforcement services are required.
  • Enforce all County laws as directed by the County Head Legal Services.
  • Promotion of national values, principles of good governance as outlined in Article 10 and 232 of the Constitution of Kenya.
  • Any other duty as may be assigned by the Director
Enforcement and Compliance Officer
 
Requirements for appointment
  • Have a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya.
  • Relevant working experience of not less than five (5) years in the public service or in the private sector
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of devolution, county development objectives and Vision 2030.
  • Be computer literate.
General Conditions for all Applicants:
  • Must be a Kenya citizen
  • That you already fulfill expectations of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya on leadership and integrity
  • Terms and conditions of service for the advertised posts are permanent and pensionable
Must have the following
  1. Clearance Certificate from the Ethics and-Anti Corruption Commission
  2. Certificate of Good Conduct (Kenya Police Criminal Investigation Department)
  3. Tax Clearance Certificate from KRA
  4. Clearance Certificate from HELB
  5. Certificate of Registration and a letter of Good Standing, if one is a member of a professional body
Note: Those with masters’ degree will have an added advantage.
 
How to Apply
 
All applications should be accompanied by a copy of National ID Card, a detailed CV and copies of all relevant certificates and testimonials. 

They should be submitted in sealed envelopes clearly marked on the left side the position/specific area you are applying for to reach on or before 20th February, 2015 and addressed to:

The Board Secretary
Kisii County Public Service Board
P O Box 1848-40200
Kisii, Kenya

Hand delivered applications should be handed over at the Kisii Public Service Board offices situated at Mwalimu House 3rd Floor.


Kisii County is an equal opportunity employer

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