INSPECTORATE DIRECTORATE-NYERI COUNTY 130 views

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The County Government of Nyeri wishes to recruit competent and qualified persons to fill the
following positions:
INSPECTORATE DIRECTORATE
1. ASSISTANT INSPECTORATE OFFICER II, JOB GROUP ‘F’- 38 POSTS
The holders will report to the respective Inspectorate Officers
(a) Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Collecting information and reporting on security matters
(ii) Conducting preliminary investigations and recording statements
(iii) Controlling traffic flow;
(iv) Assisting in customer care desk staff in receiving and directing visitors to the
relevant offices;
(v) Hoisting of flags;
(vi) Responding to distress calls from the public;
(vii) Guarding and securing County Government buildings and vital installations;
(viii) Screening people and vehicles entering county offices, public places;
(ix) Ensuring compliance with county laws in conjunction with other law
enforcement agencies;
(x) Execute all orders and warrants lawfully issued to county law breakers and
giving evidence in court;
(xi) Maintaining order and sanity in markets, bus parks and other business premises;
(xii) Conducting frequent inspections on regulated activities to ensure compliance;
(xiii) Enhancing collection of revenue through imposing prescribed penalties as per
the law.
(xiv) Any other duty that maybe assigned by the superiors
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(b) Requirements for Appointment
(i) Must be a Kenyan Citizen
(ii) Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Mean Grade of D+ (plus) or
its equivalent from the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) or
equivalent examination bodies;
(iii) Be physically and medically fit; must have a medical report from a government
health facility.
(iv) Have no criminal record and any pending criminal charges;
(v) Must be below 45 years of age
(vi) Certificate in computer application skills from a recognized institution.
(vii) Compliance with Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.
2. INSPECTORATE OFFICER I, JOB GROUP ‘K’- 8 POSTS
The holders will report to the Chief Inspectorate Officer.
(a) Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Ensuring compliance with county laws in conjunction with other law
enforcement agencies;
(ii) Conducting preliminary investigations and recording statements
(iii) Liaising with relevant Government agencies to arrest people breaking the
enforced laws;
(iv) Giving evidence in court, marking and preserving exhibits;
(v) Hoisting of flags;
(vi) Performing customer care desk duties such as receiving and directing visitors
to the relevant offices;
(vii) Responding to distress calls from the public;
(viii) Guarding and securing County Government buildings and vital installations;
(ix) Screening people entering county offices, public places and providing VIP
protection;
(x) Executing all orders and warrants lawfully issued to county law breakers
(xi) Maintaining order and sanity in markets, bus parks and other business
premises;
(xii) Conducting frequent inspections on regulated activities to ensure compliance;
(xiii) Ensuring orderly parking and traffic management in county town centers;
(xiv) Apprehending, undertaking investigations and assisting in prosecution of
county law breakers;
(xv) Collection of information and reporting on security matters;
(xvi) Drawing and Supervision of work schedules and duty rosters
(xvii) Supervision and training of junior officers;
(xviii) Developing security, enforcement and inspection programs within his or her
area of assignment;
(xix) Any other duty that may be assigned by the supervisor.
b) Requirements for appointment
i) Must be a Kenyan Citizen
ii) Served in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector
for a minimum period of three (3) years;
iii) Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following disciplines: -Security
Management, Criminology and Fraud Management, Criminology and Security Studies,
Criminal Justice; Police Science, Military Science, Forensic Investigations and
Penology or its equivalent from a recognized institution;
iv) Certificate in computer application skills
v) Compliance with Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya
3. CHIEF INSPECTORATE OFFICER, JOB GROUP ‘M’- 1 POST
The holder will report to the Principal Inspectorate Officer
(a) Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Undertaking day-to-day administrative and operational responsibility in his or her
area of jurisdiction;
(ii) Ensuring imposed and prescribed penalties are paid as per the law;
(iii) Managing Shift register;
(iv) Developing security and enforcement programs within his or her area of
assignment;
(v) Screening people entering county offices, public places and providing VIP
protection;
(vi) Ensuring compliance to Values and Principles of the Public Service in area of
jurisdiction;
(vii) Initiating sanctions and rewards for officers;
(viii) Responsible for orderly conduct and discipline of junior officers; and
(ix) Executing orders and warrants lawfully issued to county law breakers.
(x) Any other duty as may be assigned by the supervisor.
(b) Requirements for Appointment
(i) Must be Kenyan Citizen
(ii) Served in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector for a
minimum period of six (6) years;
(iii) Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following disciplines: -Security Management,
Criminology and Fraud Management, Criminology and Security Studies, Criminal
Justice; Police Science, Military Science, Forensic Investigations and Penology or its
equivalent from a recognized institution;
(iv) Certificate in First Aid lasting not less than two (2) weeks from a recognized institution
will be an added advantage;
(v) Certificate in computer application skills
(vi) Compliance with Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya
4. PRINCIPAL INSPECTORATE OFFICER, JOB GROUP ‘N’- 1 POST
Holder will report to the Director, Administrative Services or to any other designated office in charge
of Inspectorate
(a) Duties and Responsibilities
(i) Undertaking day-to-day administrative and operational responsibility in his or her area of
jurisdiction;
(ii) Responsible for developing security and enforcement programs within his or her area of
assignment;
(iii) Identifying areas that require enforcement activities within his area of jurisdiction;
(iv) Receiving, scrutinizing and signing of charge sheets from investigation officers;
(v) Supervision and training of junior officers;
(vi) Executing orders and warrants lawfully issued to county law breakers;
(vii) Preparing and conducting frequent inspection programs on regulated activities to ensure
compliance;
(viii) Overall Shift Supervisor;
(ix) Ensuring compliance to Values and Principles of the Public Service in area of jurisdiction;
(x) Preparing and forwarding reports on all inspectorate matters at the Sub- county;
(xi) Ensuring enforcement personnel welfare is catered for at the county.
(xii) Any other duty that may be assigned by the supervisor.
(b) Requirements for Appointment
(i) Must be a Citizen Kenyan
(ii) Served in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector
for a minimum period of nine (9) years;
(iii) Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following disciplines:- Security Management,
Criminology and Fraud Management, Criminology and Security Studies, Criminal
Justice; Police Science, Military Science, Forensic Investigations and Penology or its
equivalent from a recognized institution;
(iv) Certificate in First Aid lasting not less than two (2) weeks from a recognized institution
will be an added advantage;
(v) Master’s degree in a relevant degree will be an added advantage;
(vi) Certificate in computer application skills;
(vii) Compliance with Chapter Six

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1. Plant Operator III – Job Group ‘D’ (8 posts)
Holders will reported to the designated supervisor
a) Duties and responsibilities
(i) Operating machines of ‘difficult rating’ C
(ii) Assisting machine attendants in identifying possible breakdowns
(iii) Liaising with mechanics for servicing
(iv) Making daily and weekly oil checks
(v) Maintaining the cleanliness of the plants
(vi) Any other duty that may be assigned by the supervisor.
b) Requirements for appointment
i) Must be a Kenyan Citizen
ii) Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade D (Plain) or an equivalent
qualification from a recognized institution in Kenya;
iii) Have passed the suitability test for plant operators;
iv) Possess a valid Driving License with endorsements for respective class(es) of plant
machine(s) from the National Transport and Safety Authority(NTSA)
v) Be able to operate at least two (2) plants of difficult rating ‘C’
vi) A First Aid Certificate will be an added advantage
vii) Training in plant mechanics will be an added advantage
2. Fire-Engine Operators, Job Group ‘F’ – 4 Posts
Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting to the Chief Officer, the Officer will be responsible for the following duties:
i. Making routine daily checks and inspection of the fire engine to ensure it is in sound mechanical
condition
ii. Ensuring general routine maintenance of the fire engine and equipment in line with the
manufacturer’s manual / specifications
iii. Reporting any malfunctioning of the vehicle/fire engine systems
iv. Driving/operating the fire engine as authorised
v. Ensuring security and safety of the fire engine on and off the road
vi. Maintenance of work tickets for vehicle/fire engine assigned
vii. Responding to fire and emergency calls in order to prevent and/or minimize loss of life, property
or injury
viii. Safely and efficiently driving the fire engine to the scene of fire in response to an emergency
ix. Operating the fire engine pumps and other fire/rescue apparatus safely and efficiently
x. Perform any other duty as may be assigned by the supervisor
Requirements for Appointment
The candidate must:
i. Be a Kenyan citizen
ii. Be a holder of a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education / O-level education (Minimum grade
D-)
iii. Possess a certificate in defensive driving
iv. Possess a valid motor vehicle driving license class BCE;
v. Have a minimum three (3) years proven experience in fire engine/firefighting equipment operation;
vi. Basic mechanical knowledge of vehicles
vii. Be physically and medically fit as certified by a Government Doctor;
viii. Be a holder of a firefighting/rescue service certificate from an institution recognized in Kenya
ix. Possess a valid certificate of good conduct
x. Demonstrate experience in managing disasters
xi. A First Aid Certificate will be an added advantage
xii. Possession of a Grade III and above certificate in vehicle mechanics/maintenance will be an added
advantage;
xiii. Former members of the disciplined forces and the NYS who have undergone firefighting training
or ex-fire fighters/fire engine operators will have an added advantage
Terms of service
 Three (3) years contract.
Salary and benefits
 Salary will be as per the regulations by Salaries and Remuneration Commission.
The following clearance certificates should be attached to the application:
– A Higher Education Loans Board Clearance Certificate;
– A Valid Certificate of Good Conduct / Police clearance
– A Credit Reference Bureau Clearance Certificate from a recognized body;
– A Kenya Revenue Authority Clearance Certificate;
How to Apply
Hard copy of duly filled Employment Form together with the required documents should
be sent or hand delivered to:
THE SECRETARY,
NYERI COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD,
KARSON’S PHOTO HOUSE KIMATHI STREET
P.O BOX 90-10100,
NYERI
CELLPHONE: 0745342000 / 0733977003
All applications (hard delivered or through post office) should be received on or before 7th
July 2020 at 5.00pm
Note:
1. Any communication from the County Public Service Board SHALL be through the above
provided address and cellphone.
2. The County Public Service Board does not charge for any of the recruitment exercises,
including shortlisting and appointment. Any request for payment or favor should be reported to the police or to the County Public Service Board

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