Senior Deputy Director, Resources Mobilization, Job in the Government of Kenya

Senior Deputy Director – Resources Mobilization- 2 Posts


For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:

  • served for  a minimum period of  twelve (12) years, three  (3) of which should have been in the grade of Assistant Director, Resource Mobilization CSG ‘7’ and above or in comparable and relevant position in the Wider Public  Service or Private Sector;
  • a Bachelors degree in any of the following fields: Computer Science, Information Technology, Economics, Economics and Statistics, Economics and Mathematics, or any other equivalent qualification from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • a certificate in any of the following fields: Negotiation skills and Foreign Aid Management, Policy Formulation, Public Debt Management, International Relations and Diplomacy, Monitoring and Evaluation or Project Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
  • demonstrated clear understanding of National goals, values and principles of governance.

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • An officer at this level will be responsible to the Deputy Director, Resource Mobilization. Specific duties and responsibilities will include:
  • developing resource mobilization policies and strategies;
  • interpreting and implementing relevant statutes, policies and regulations on Public Finance Management;
  • harmonizing, aligning and coordinating aid effectiveness in line with international declarations;
  • forecasting of external and domestic inflows in the annual national estimates; 
  • coordinating the preparation of agreements and memoranda between the government and various development partners; 
  • mobilizing domestic and external resources; 
  • liaising with Accounting Officers to ensure counterpart funding is adequately provided in the budget; 
  • recommending duty and Value Added Tax (VAT) exemptions for Donor funded projects; 
  • coordinating disbursements and reimbursements of funds; 
  • reviewing domestic borrowing annual plan; 
  • representing Treasury in the Auction committee meetings at the CBK;
  • undertaking due diligence on emerging debt instruments and providing guidance on issuance; 
  • developing policy documents on primary and secondary domestic debt market;
  • negotiating for domestic and external loans and grants; 
  • drafting/vetting the terms and conditions for guarantees; 
  • educating and updating investors on the economic performance to achieve increased demand for Government’s domestic and international debt securities; 
  • preparing briefs on market feedback and anticipated market reactions to policy changes; and
  • preparing and disseminating country memoranda to market participants.

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