6 Deputy Directors, Financial and Sectoral Affairs, Jobs in Kenya

Deputy Director – Financial and Sectoral Affairs- 6 Posts


For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

  • served for a minimum period of three (3) years  in the grade of Assistant Director Financial and Sectoral Affairs, CSG ‘7’ or in a comparable and relevant position in the wider public service for at least three years;
  • a Bachelors degree, in any of the following fields; Economics, Economics and Statistics, Economics and Mathematics, Commerce, Actuarial Sciences or any other equivalent qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • certificate in one of the following fields: Economic Modelling, Public Expenditure Analysis/Management, Policy Formulation, Financial Modelling, Tax Policy Analysis, Revenue Estimation, Regional Integration, Advocacy Skills, Negotiation,  Corporate Governance or comparable qualification from a recognized institution; and 
  • demonstrated professional competence, leadership abilities and high degree of integrity as reflected in work performance and results; and
  • demonstrated understanding of national development goals, policies and objectives, National Values and Principles of Governance as well as leadership capabilities.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • An officer at this level will be responsible to the Senior Deputy Director, Financial and Sectoral Affairs. Specific duties and responsibilities include:
  • reviewing responses on financial and sectoral policy matters including all issues raised by Parliamentary Committees;
  • formulating, reviewing, evaluating and promoting financial and sectoral economic policies and strategies;
  • reviewing quarterly financial and sectoral forecasts as a basis for discussions with key stakeholders and inform policy formulation and reviews;
  • reviewing MDAs submissions of the budget policy proposals at the 
  • sector level and making appropriate recommendations;
  • researching and reviewing emerging financial and other sectoral policy issues, proposals and developing policies, programmes and     projects;
  • monitoring implementation of MDAs policies, programmes, and projects and commitments;
  • reviewing frameworks for regulating carbon financing and trading and make appropriate recommendations;
  • reviewing frameworks for facilitating and creating an enabling environment for Private Sector Development and make appropriate recommendations;
  • reviewing competition and financial markets Policies and regulations;
  • coordinating the implementation of Anti-Money laundering policies;
  • reviewing policies to position Kenya as an International Financial hub;
  • initiating and reviewing cabinet memoranda on financial and sectoral issues;
  • undertaking review of all policy and strategies, including cabinet memoranda presented to the National Treasury; and
  • reviewing existing regional trade policies and participate in the development of Kenya’s trade development policy and strategies; 

How to Apply