Public Service Commission Jobs in Kenya

Responsibilities

Specific duties and responsibilities include:
  • developing, implementing, and reviewing policies, guidelines and programmes relating to children rights and welfare;
  • monitoring and evaluating the implementation of Children Act, 2001, and reporting on relevant legislation gaps;
  • undertaking research on children’s service matters;
  • providing technical advice in the development of National Plans of Action on children’s welfare;
  • facilitating establishment of Area Advisory Councils (AACs) and Children Assemblies;
  • coordinating the implementation of International and regional resolutions on children’s matters;
  • conducting inspections to Charitable Children Institutions (CCIs) to ensure compliance to standards; and
  • coordinating the preparation of reports on adoption to the High Court.

    6. Senior Medical Specialist – 1 Post - V/No.154/2016
    Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.109,089 – Ksh.144,928 p.m. - (Job Group ‘R’)

    For appointment, a candidate must have:
  • served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, three (3) of which should have been in the grade of Medical Specialist II, Job Group ‘P’ and above or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service;
  • a Bachelors of Science degree in Medicine and Surgery from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • a Masters of Science degree in Occupational Safety and Health or relevant and equivalent qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • been registered by the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board;
  • a certificate in specialized discipline on Occupational Safety and Health lasting not less than two (2) weeks from a recognized institution;
  • been a current member of Kenya Occupational Safety and Health Association;
  • attended Strategic Leadership Course in a recognized institution; and
  • demonstrated professional competence and administrative capabilities in enforcement of Occupational Safety and Health Act and Work Injury Benefits Act.

    Responsibilities
    An officer at this level will perform the following duties and responsibilities:
  • implementing the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Work Injury Benefits
    Act, subsidiary legislations and codes of practice;
  • developing and maintaining effective programmes for promotion of occupational health services;
  • coordinating occupational health services;
  • coordinating Work Injury Evaluation for the purpose of compensation;
  • coordinating training and research in the areas of occupational health; and
  • collecting, compiling, analyzing and disseminating information on occupational health; and
  • initiating ratification of international standards on occupational health.

    7. Medical Specialist I – 3 Posts - V/NO. 155/2016

    Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.89,748 - Ksh.120,270p.m. - (Job Group ‘Q’)

    For appointment, a candidate must have:-
  • served for a minimum period of three (3) years in the grade of Medical Specialist II Job Group ‘P’ or in a relevant and comparable position in the public service;
  • a Bachelor of Science degree in Medicine and Surgery from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • a Masters of Science degree in Occupational Medicine, Occupational Safety and Health or equivalent qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • been registered by the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Board;
  • a certificate in specialized discipline on Occupational Safety and Health lasting not less than two (2) weeks from a recognized institution;
  • been a current member of Kenya Occupational Safety and Health Association;
  • attended Strategic Leadership Course in a recognized institution; and
  • demonstrated professional competence and administrative capabilities in enforcement of Occupational Safety and Health Act and Work Injury Benefits Act.

    Responsibilities
    An officer at this level shall be involved in the management of health care services at the National health services. Specific responsibilities include:
  • implementing, and reviewing policies, guidelines and standards on occupational health and work injury;
  • designing and maintaining an effective programme of collecting, compiling, analyzing and disseminating occupational health information;
  • monitoring activities of designated health practitioners approved under Occupational Safety and Health Act;
  • Conducting research on occupational health;
  • Training and creating awareness on occupational health;
  • Evaluating work injury for purposes of determining compensation; and
  • Carrying out counseling of workers.

    8. Deputy Director, Occupational Safety and Health Services – 1 Post - V/No.156/2016

    Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.109,089 – Ksh.144,928 p.m. - (Job Group ‘R’)

    For appointment, a candidate must have:
  • served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, three (3) of which should have been in the grade of Assistant Director, Occupational Safety and Health Services, Job Group ‘P’ and above;
  • a Bachelor of Science degree in any of the following disciplines: Medicine (MBBS), Nursing, Chemistry, Physics, Zoology, Biochemistry, Engineering or Occupational Safety and Health from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • a Masters degree in any of the following disciplines: Occupational Medicine, Occupational Health Nursing, Industrial Hygiene, Safety Engineering, Disaster
    Management or Occupational Safety and Health from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • a current member of the Kenya Occupational Safety and Health Association;
  • attended a Strategic Leadership Course in a recognized institution; and
  • demonstrated professional competence and administrative capability in enforcement of Occupational Safety and Health and Work Injury Benefits Acts.

    Responsibilities
    An officer at this level will head a Division at the Ministry Headquarters. Specific Duties
    and responsibilities include:
  • developing, implementing and reviewing policies, guidelines and standards for
    Occupational Safety and Health services;
  • coordinating development of specifications and standards for the design and quality of personal protective equipment safety standards for industrial machinery and equipment;
  • approving architectural plans for proposed extension and renovation of workplace premises;
  • coordinating field services, occupational safety, occupational hygiene, work injury benefits, training and research, information and communication; and
  • initiating ratification of international standards on occupational safety and health.

    Vacancy in the Ministry of Land and Physical Planning

    9. Senior Assistant Director of Land Adjudication & Settlement – 10 Posts – V/NO. 157/2016

    Basic Salary Scale: Ksh.89,748 – Ksh.120,270 p.m. - (Job Group ‘Q’)

    For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:
  • served for a cumulative period of fifteen (15) years, three (3) of which should have been at the grade of Principal Land Adjudication and Settlement Officer, Job Group ‘N’ and above;
  • a Bachelors degree in any of the following disciplines: Land Survey, Law, Geography, Agriculture and Human Ecology Extension, Agriculture and Home
    Economics, Sociology or Community Development from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • attended a strategic leadership course in a recognized institution; and
  • demonstrated technical and professional competence as reflected in work performance and results.

    Note: possession of a Masters degree in a relevant field will be considered as an added advantage.

    Duties and Responsibilities
    Specific duties and responsibilities include:
  • planning and implementing adjudication and settlement activities;
  • guiding on feasibility studies and other research related programmes for creation
    of new land adjudication sections and settlement schemes;
  • managing land adjudication and settlement sensitization programmes;
  • identifying environmentally fragile areas in settlement schemes and adjudication
    sections and recommending their conservation;
  • preparing settlers records to facilitate documentation and declaring and
    publishing adjudication sections;
  • ensuring collection and remittance of Appropriations-In-Aid and Agricultural Settlement Fund revenue;
  • investigating and resolving land adjudication and settlement complaints and cases; and
  • preparing and submitting regular plot occupancy survey reports.

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