|Date Posted||May 16, 2019|
Accounting & Finance
|Street Address||Nairobi Branch|
DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ADMINISTRATION)
Basic Salary: - Ksh.307,850.00 -Ksh.430,695.00 p.m.
House Allowance: - Ksh.80,518.00 p.m.
Medical Cover As may be provided by the University
Other Management Allowances
Terms of Service: Five (5) years contract (Renewable Once) subject to satisfactory
equivalent institution with evident leadership and management capacity;
Administration Division functions of the university. Specific duties and responsibilities
(i) development and formulation of appropriate policies for staff welfare;
(ii) mobilization of resources for expansion of university infrastructure through
fundraising activities from industry, business companies and donor organizations;
(iii) in charge of human capital, catering and accommodation, Transport services,
Health care services, registry administration, and central services;
(iv) responsible for provision of accurate and current human resource forecasts to
support decision making;
(v) shall be responsible for appropriate human resource policies, procedures and
manuals in conformity with the Constitution of Kenya, relevant laws and the best
(vi) in charge of negotiations and management of staff welfare issues such as
Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBA); and
(vii) promotion and dissemination of knowledge to meet the needs of the University
and the community.
The following core competencies and skills shall be required for the two positions: -
(i) ability to portray and uphold positive national image and work in a multicultural and multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity to and respect for
(ii) being a visionary and result oriented leader;
(iii) excellent organizational, interpersonal and effective communication skills;
(iv) be logical and sound decision-making skills; and
(v) be a creative and innovative leader.
(v) be an accomplished scholar with proven track record and demonstrated evidence
in formulating and managing academic programs and supervising and mentoring
Masters and PhD students;
framework for administering university education in Kenya;
have wide knowledge and skills in administration and promotion of higher
education both locally and internationally;
possess a track record of success and performance characterized by vision and
strategic thought, rapid growth and service delivery;
have demonstrable experience in networks and resource mobilization;
possess skills, capacity and determination to lead technology transfer functions of the University; and
meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution.