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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Senior assistant director job in economic affairs

Qualification and requirements
For Appointment To This Grade, A Candidate Must Have:
(i) Served For At Least Fifteen (15) Years In Economic Affairs, Three (3) Of Which Should Have Been At Job Group ‘n’ And Above In Economic Affairs Department Or In A Comparable Position In The Wider Public Service;
(ii) Attended A Senior Management Course Lasting Not Less Than Four (4) Weeks In A Recognized Institution; And
(iii) Shown Merit And Ability In Work Performance And Results.

Note: A Masters Degree In A Relevant Field From A Recognized University And Attendance To The Strategic Leadership Development Programme Lasting Not Less Than Six (6) Weeks In A Recognized Institution Will Be Added Advantages.

Duties And Responsibilities
A Senior Assistant Director, Economic Affairs Will Be Responsible To The Deputy Director, Economic Affairs. Duties And Responsibilities Will Include:
(i) Reviewing On Regular Basis The Level Of Compliance With The Fiscal Incentives Regulations By The Investors;
(ii) Drafting Responses To Parliamentary Questions And Motions Relating To The Financial Sector, Monetary And Fiscal Issues;
(iii) Analyzing Capital Markets Development Policies In Liaison With Capital Markets Authority And The Nairobi Stock Exchange;
(iv) Analyzing Fiscal Sector Development Including Micro Finance And Advise On The Way Forward;
(v) Coordinating Fiscal, Monetary And Macro-economic Issue Arising From The East African Community, Customs Union, Common Market For Southern And Eastern Africa And On Their Implications To The Kenyan Economy;
(vi) Preparing Relevant Kenya Position Papers, Seeking Approval For The Same And Defend Kenya’s Position In The Appropriate Regional And International Forums;
(vii) Coordinating Local Government Financial Statistics And Policies Including Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations/transfers E.g. Latf To Ensure Common Principal For Budgeting, Planning, Reporting, Accounting And Auditing And Advising On The Way Forward With Fiscal Decentralization Issues;
(viii) Making Follow-up On Issues Impinging On Trade And Structural Policies Particularly The World Trade Organization;
(ix) Participating In And Bringing Up Issues For Discussion At The National Development Trade Policy Forum To Prepare For Economic Partnership Agreements;
(x) Monitoring And Advising On Tax Administration’s Restructuring Initiatives Particularly With Regard To Integration Policies And Customs Valuation;
(xi) Monitoring And Advising On Broader Macro-economic Aggregates Such As Inflation, Interest Rates, Employment, Etc.
(xii) Undertaking Analysis On Impact Of Trade Agreements On Government Revenues;
(xiii) Monitoring Fiscal, Monetary, Financial And Local Government Sector Reforms;
(xiv) Reviewing Tax Administration’s Restructuring Initiatives Particularly With Regard To Customs, Integration And Regional Tax Harmonization Policies;
(xv) Actively Participating In The National Budget Preparation; And
(xvi) Monitoring The Implementation Of The Policies Pronounced In The National Budget.

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