5 Supply Chain Management Officer I Jobs in Kenya


This position is responsible for providing assistance in the procurement of goods, works and services for the County, and ensuring procurement processes are carried out efficiently and effectively to achieve the County’s objectives.

Duties and Responsibilities

 Prepare tender documents, agenda and minutes to provide secretariat services to the county tender procurement committee, inspection and acceptance committee as appropriate;

 Pre-qualify suppliers annually and maintain and update pre-qualification list and quotation register;

 Keep records of procurement inventories;

 Market survey and research on prices of items to ensure the county buys supplies and services at the affordable prices;

 Issuing administrative guidance to suppliers and users on implementation and interpretation of the Public;

 Familiarity with procurement and Disposal Act, 2006, regulations and other statutes;

 Reference, verify and manage procurement documents to ensure they contain the right quality and quantity of goods and services as required by the county;

 Participate in procurement planning and consolidation of annual procurement plan within the county;

 Control Inventory and stock to ensures proper inventory control of stock within the county.

Requirements for Appointment

 Must be a Kenyan citizen;

 Bachelor’s degree in Purchasing and Supplies Management, logistics and supply chain management, Supplies Management;

 Member of Kenya Institute of Supplies Management (KISM) OR Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supplies Management (CIPS);

 Three (3) years of service in a similar role from a reputable organisation;

 Computer literate;

 Familiarity with public procurement and disposal Act 2005;

 Proficiency in computer applications;

 Satisfies the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution.

How To Apply

All applicants should submit their applications cover letter together with copies of their detailed curriculum vitae with names, address and telephone contacts of three referees. academic and professional certificates, testimonials, national identity card or passport and any other supporting documents.

Applications should be addressed to:
County Public Service Board
County Government of Kiambu
P O Box 2362 – 00900


ALL applications should be hand delivered in a sealed envelope, clearly marking on top of the envelope the position applied for, and dropped in the specific box provided at County Public Service Board offices, Room 103, first floor at Thika Sub-County offices between 8.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. on weekdays.

Applications should reach the Board on or before Thursday, 28th March, 2024.

Shortlisted candidates will be required to produce their original identity card, academic and professional certificates and submit clearance from the following institutions:

Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)

Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI)

Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)

Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)

County Government of Kiambu is an equal opportunity employer, women, youth and people living with disability are encouraged to apply.

The Board and the County Government of Kiambu is a corruption free zone.

We caution candidates not to fall victim of fraudsters and impersonators who solicit for money with a promise to secure them jobs in the County. The Board shall bear no responsibility for any personal loss arising from such unlawful dealings. Report any of such cases to the Police.