The Parliamentary Service Commission Hiring!

The Parliamentary Service Commission Hiring!,

The Parliamentary Service Commission Hiring!

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The Parliamentary Service Commission of Kenya is one of the Independent Commissions in Kenya established under Article 127 the Constitution of Kenya to ensure smooth functioning of the Houses of Parliament i.e. Senate of Kenya and National Assembly of Kenya.

Male Member of the Parliamentary Service Commission

  • A person is qualified to be appointed a member of the Parliamentary Service Commission under Article 127(2)(d) of the Constitution of Kenya and sections 8 and 9 of the Parliamentary Service Act, 2019 if –
  • the person is not a Member of Parliament;
  • holds a Degree from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • has at least ten years’ experience in public affairs;
  • meets the requirements of leadership and integrity set out in Chapter 6 of the Constitution; and
  • the person has experience or interest in consolidating and advancing the ideals and objectives of Parliamentary democracy.

APPLICATION PROCESS

All applicants are required to fill the Job Application Form for Male Parliamentary Service Commissioner Who is not a Member of Parliament (form Psc/m/2022) which may be downloaded using the link below:

Applicants should attach to their applications, copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.

The applications should also be accompanied by a copy of a Self-Declaration Form to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission as set out at section 12A of the Leadership and Integrity Act.

All applications should be addressed to the Clerk of the Senate/Secretary, Parliamentary Service Commission and should be submitted ONLINE as a PDF format attachment by emailing to PSCCommissioner2022@parliament.go.ke.

All applications should be received within fourteen (14) days from the publication of this Advertisement and not later than Friday, 4th November, 2022, 5:00 p.m., Kenyan time. Any application received after this date shall not be considered.

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Nominee of the Parliamentary Service Commission to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission

The successful nominee shall be selected from applicants who have the following qualifications-

  • hold a degree from a university recognized in Kenya;
  • have knowledge and at least ten years’ experience in –
  • finance and administration;
  • public management;
  • economics;
  • human resource management; or labour laws;
  • meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution; and have had a distinguished career in their respective fields.

The core mandate of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission is to-

set and regularly review the remuneration and benefits of all State officers; and advise the National and County Governments on the remuneration and benefits of all other public officers.

  • The functions of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission further include:
  • inquiring into and advising on the salaries and remuneration to be paid out of public funds;
  • keeping under review all matters relating to the salaries and remuneration of Public Officers;
  • advising the national and county governments on the harmonization, equity and fairness of remuneration for the attraction and retention of requisite skills in the public sector;
  • conducting comparative surveys on the labour markets and trends in remuneration to determine the monetary worth of the jobs of Public Officers;
  • determining the cycle of salaries and remuneration review upon which Parliament may allocate adequate funds for implementation;
  • making recommendations on matters relating to the salary and remuneration of a particular State or Public Officer;
  • making recommendations on the review of pensions payable to holders of Public Offices; and
  • performing such other functions as may be provided by the Constitution or any other written law.

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • All applicants are required to fill the Job Application Form for Parliamentary Service Commission Nominee to the Salaries & Remuneration Commission (form Psc/src/mbr/2022) which may be downloaded Here.
  • Applicants should attach to their applications, copies of their academic and professional certificates and testimonials.
  • The applications should also be accompanied by a copy of a Self-Declaration Form to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission as set out at section 12A of the Leadership and Integrity Act.
  • All applications should be addressed to the Clerk of the Senate/Secretary, Parliamentary Service Commission and should be submitted ONLINE as a PDF format attachment by emailing to applications@parliament.go.ke.
  • All applications should be received within fourteen (14) days from the publication of this Advertisement and not later than Wednesday, 2nd November, 2022, 5:00 p.m., Kenyan time. Any application received after this date shall not be considered.

Method of Application

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