AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT & FISHERIES AGRICULTURE
9. UGC/CPSB/DIR/CHE/01/21: Director Chebororwa –(R) -1 POSITION
Duties and Responsibilities
a. Overall coordination of the activities of the centre;
b. Organization and management of the centre resources;
c. Interpretation and implementation of policies in line with the Centre mandate;
d. Mobilization of resources for the centre development;
e. Responsible to the Board of Management (BOM) on all matters relating to the Revolving Fund;
f. Provision of Secretarial duties to the BOM;
g. Coordinating development of information products and distribution mechanisms;
h. Formulation and implementation of the performance contracts;
i. Facilitating Staff training and development;
j. Representing the centre in various stakeholder meetings and committees;
k. Participating in national, regional and international organizations’ activities;
l. Participating in field days, exhibitions and trade fairs;
m. Appraisal of staff;
n. Coordination of the preparation and review of strategic plans for the centre;
o. Coordinating preparation of work plans and budgets; and
p. Coordinating compilation of periodic reports.
I) Served in the grade of Deputy Director of Agriculture Job Group Q for a minimum period of three (3) years or in a comparable and relevant position in the public Service for a minimum period of ten (10) years;
II) Bachelor’s degree in any of the following discipline Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agriculture extension and education or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized institution
III) Master’s degree in any of the following disciplines(Mandatory):- Agriculture, Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness, Agriculture extension and education or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized institution
IV) Certificate in senior management not less than four weeks or equivalent
V) Proficiency in computer applications
VI) Good communication and interpersonal skills
VII) Satisfy the requirement of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 on leadership and integrity
VIII) Be a strategic thinker and result oriented
IX) Be conversant with policy formulation and implementation
Detailed descriptions of the vacancies can be found in the website through the following link: https://jobs.uasingishu.go.ke Applicants are required to make online applications.
Only duly filled application forms will be considered for shortlisting.
Applications will close on Thursday 13th May, 2021.
Uasin Gishu County Public Service Board does not solicit for payments or recruit staff through agents/agencies. Any person purporting to undertake the recruitment exercise for a fee and/or on behalf of the County Public Service Board is a fraudster.
Uasin Gishu County is an equal opportunity employer, Women, Youth, Persons with disabilities and the marginalized are encouraged to apply.
All candidates are required to carry their Original Certificates & Testimonials, National Identity Card and Clearances from: KRA, CID, CRB, HELB and EACC during the interview period.
Uasin Gishu COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD
P.O. Box 1175- 30100