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County Attorney

Terms of Service: Contract
Reporting to the County Secretary, the county Attorney will be responsible for:
·         Overall review formulation and implementation of Legal policies in the mandate of the county;
·         Advising the County Executive on all legal and constitutional issues including contracts and legislative matters;

·         Drafting bills and reviewing legal documents /instruments;
·         Liaising with National Government and other Government Agencies on legal issues;
·         Perform any other function conferred on the office by an Act of the County Assembly, Senate or by the Governor or as may be necessary for the effective discharge of the duties of and in exercise of the powers of the County Attorney.
For appointment to this grade, one must have:
·         Served for at least ( 5) years three of which should be at a senior management level in the public sector or corporate sector or a reputable law firm:
·         A Bachelor of Laws degree LLB from a recognized university.
·         Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Services from the Council of Legal Education and be admitted as an advocate of the High Court of Kenya;
·         Holder of a current practicing certificate;
·         A Master’s Degree and or other relevant post graduate qualifications will be an added advantage;
·         Demonstrated managerial administrative and professional competence;
·         Satisfy requirement of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya
·         Certificate in computer application skills,
·         Clearance certificate from the Law Society of Kenya and Advocate Complaints Commission.

Sub-County Administrator (2 Posts)

·         Coordinating the management and supervision of the general administrative functions in the Sub-County unit;
·          Developing policies and plans;
·         Ensuring effective service delivery;
·         Facilitating and coordinating citizen participation in the development of policies, plans and delivery of services;
·         Providing and maintaining infrastructure and facilities of public service;
·         Coordinating developmental activities to empower the community;
·         Maintaining the Sub County public service;

·         Exercising any functions and powers delegated by the County Public Service Board under section 86.
·         Be a holder of at least a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya;
·         Working experience of not less than ten (10) years in administration or management;
·         Have qualifications and knowledge in administration or management;
Satisfy the requirements of chapter six of the constitution of Kenya on leadership and integrity.

Principal Cooperative Officer

·         Specific duties and responsibilities entail: –
·         Promoting co-operative societies;
·         Advising on co-operative investments;
·         Overseeing co-operative elections;
·         Analyzing data for policy formulation;
·         Developing and monitoring work plans for co-operative extension services;
·         Overseeing co-operative activities in several cooperative societies;
·         Evaluating co-operative activities and trends for promoting the co-operative movement; and
·         Enforcing compliance with co-operative legislation.
For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-
·         Served in the grade of chief Co-operative Officer for a minimum period of (3) years:
·         Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines:- Commerce, Business Administration, Agriculture, Economics, Sociology, Law, Agricultural Economics, Co-operative Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Management and Organizational Development, Finance Or Agri-business from a recognized institution;
·         Certificate in Senior Management Course or Strategic Leadership Development Programmes lasting not less than four (4) weeks from Kenya school of Government or a recognized institution;
·         Certificate in computer applications from a recognized institution; and
·         Demonstrated merit and shown ability as reflected in work performance and results.
·         Satisfy requirement of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya
How To Apply
Application forms and details of the vacancies can be accessed HEREApplications should be submitted to the Public Service Board Offices clearly indicating the position applied for on the envelope addressed to:
Murang’a County Public Service Board
P.O. Box 52 – 10200
 Applications can be hand delivered at the County Public Service Board Offices located within the County Governor’s office, Murang’a on or before close of business Thursday 17th October 2019
Applicants from other Counties are encouraged to apply
·         Any form of canvassing shall lead to automatic disqualification.
·         Women, minorities and persons living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
·         Shortlisted candidates will be required to produce their original identity cards, academic and professional certificates, testimonials, clearance and other relevant documents in support of their applications.
·         Only shortlisted and successful candidates will be contacted.
Murang’a County Government is an equal opportunity employer

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