Election Offences Prosecution Officer at Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC)
Election Offences Prosecution Officer at The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) in Nairobi – Kenya Jobs, Careers and Vacancies
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) is established under Article 88 of the constitution of Kenya with the mandate of conducting or supervising referenda and elections to any elective body or office established by the Constitution, and any other elections as prescribed by an Act of Parliament. Other duties include delimitation of electorate units, registration of voters, regulation of political parties, voter education, settling of electoral disputes and modernization and reforming of electoral processes and systems. IEBC ensures that elections are credible, transparent, free and fair. It is committed to upholding national values and principles of good governance and democracy. The Commission adheres to principles of the law on public services especially on leadership and integrity.
The IEBC invites applications for the following positions:-
ELECTION OFFENCES PROSECUTION OFFICER
IEBC Grade 6
- Effectively and efficiently handle prosecution matters.
- Preparing pleadings and other materials.
- Appearing in court to present evidence and argue the cases on behalf of the Commission.
- Advise the commission where necessary on legal matters and undertake legal research.
Qualifications and Experience
- LLB Degree from a recognized university.
- Diploma in Law from Kenya School of Law.
- Admitted as an advocate in the High Court of Kenya.
- At least 6 years’ experience, preferably in criminal investigations.
- Ability to engage in Dispute Resolution.
- Computer literate.
- Team player.
Applicants should fill the online form provided on the Commission website www.iebc.or.ke/careers.
A printed copy of the form and copies of certificates can be dropped or posted to the;
Chief Executive Officer/ Commission Secretary,
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission,
Anniversary Towers, 6th Floor Reception, University Way,
P. O. Box 45371 – 00100
Forms are also available at the Commission Headquarters and Regional Offices.
Applications must be received on or before 24th May 2012.
The Commission is an equal opportunity employer.
Canvassing will lead to disqualification.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to comply with Chapter Six of the Constitution.