The County Head of Security and Enforcement will report to the Governor and will be the Secretary to the County Government Enforcement and Security Advisory Committee.
The officer will be the Head of the County Enforcement and Security Unit.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Planning, coordinating and administration of County enforcement
• Training activities and programmes, monitoring and evaluation of programme implementation;
• Human Resource Management and development
• Liaising with relevant security agencies; attend senior security personnel meetings; advising the respective Chief Officer on matters affecting the Civilian Security function; welfare and discipline of county enforcement staff.
• Develop the Administration and Management of the County Enforcement and Security Unit
• Formulation and Implementation of Enforcement and Security Practices and Strategies
• Coordination of related work on enforcement and security matters and preparing reports for consideration by the County Government Enforcement and Security Advisory Committee
• Giving sustainable solutions to the challenges facing security in the County
• Interpreting relevant rules and regulations
• Directing and allocating duties to staff
• Participate in Procurement of tools and services for the Enforcement and Security Unit.
• Performing any other duties assigned.
For appointment to this grade, a candidate must:
• Be a Kenyan citizen
• Have a first degree from a University recognized in Kenya
• Have served for a period of at least ten (10) years in a relevant and comparable field in the Public Sector, three years of which must have been in a Senior Management Position in Kenya Police Service, Prisons Service or Administration Police, at the rank of Inspector and above, Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) at the rank of Senior Sergeant and above, or a comparable position in City/Town Inspectorate.
• Have passed the Inspector’s Leadership Course, for serving officers from the defunct Local Authorities
• Demonstrate thorough understanding of devolution, County development objectives laws and allied legislation;
• Demonstrated high integrity, good communication skills, interpersonal relationships and be a team player
• Demonstrated merit and outstanding ability as reflected in work performance
• Satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 on leadership and integrity
HOW TO APPLY
All applications together with copies of detailed curriculum vitae, Academic and Professional certificates, testimonials and references, National Identity Card or Passport and clearance certificates should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the left side the position you are applying.
Important information to all Candidates
– Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
– Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce their Originals of National Identity Cards, Certificates, Testimonials and CHAPTER SIX requirements during interview.
All applications should reach the undersigned on or before 13TH OCTOBER, 2017 to:
BUSIA COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD,
P. O. BOX PRIVATE BAG, 50400,
Hand delivered applications should be brought at the reception, Ground Floor Port Victoria Plaza (County Government Offices Annex 1) between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm on weekdays
|Job Category||THE COUNTY SERVICE BOARD|