Overview

Manager, Human Resource And Administration

Terms of Service: Five (5) Years Renewable Contract

Reports to: Chief Manager, Corporate Services

Grade: KFCB 3

Job Purpose:

Responsible for providing strategic leadership and management oversight for the Human Resources & Administration functions to achieve the overall mandate, business strategy and objectives by reviewing, developing and implementing Human Resource Policies and management programs in line with the constitution of Kenya, National and International Laws.

Responsibilities;

iInterpreting Human Resource Management Policies, regulations and procedures;
Implementing strategic objectives on Human Resource Functions;
Managing staff medical scheme, pension, gratuity and other statutory deductions and welfare programmes;
Overseeing performance management
Planning, directing and controlling Human Resource Management, developing and implementing of Human Resource Management policies in the Secretariat
Managing Staff recruitment, selection, induction and placement;
Deploying staff in conjunction with other departments;
Managing staff probation, confirmation, promotion and exit process;
Coordinating Training and Development of staff;
Managing staff disciplinary processes and grievances;
Providing support in manpower planning, job analysis and job description;
Maintaining staff establishment, employee records and Human Resource Information Systems;
Managing industrial relations

Specifications/Requirements for Appointment;

Bachelor’s Degree in any of the following disciplines: – Human Resource Management, Human Resource Development, Business Administration (Human Resource Management Option) from a recognised institution;
Master’s Degree in any of the following disciplines: Human Resource Management/Development, Business Administration (Human Resource Management Option), Strategic Management or equivalent qualification from a recognised institution
Post graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations, Business/Public Administration or equivalent from a recognised institution
Membership with Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) in good standing, with a current practicing certificate
Proficiency in Computer Applications
A minimum of ten (10) years relevant work experience, three (3) years should be in management
Certificate in Management Course lasting not less than four (4) weeks from a recognised institutioN
Demonstrated managerial, administrative and professional competence in work performance
Fulfilled the requirements of Chapter Six of the constitution – Submit Clearance Certificates from the following;Higher Education Loans Board
Kenya Revenue Authority
Directorate of Criminal Investigation
Credit Reference Bureau
Ethics and Anti–Corruption Commission

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Chief Executive Officer
Kenya Film Classification Board
P.O. Box 44226–00100
Nairobi

 

Applications to be received by Close of Business 26th November, 2021

Kenya Film Classification Board is an equal opportunity employer.

Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.

Only successful candidates will be contacted.

About Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB)

Our Vision To be a world-class film content regulator. Mission To safeguard the national values and norms through efficient, effective and professional film regulatory services. OUR MANDATE The Kenya Film Classification Board, a state corporation under the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts is mandated by Films and Stage Plays Act Cap 222 of Laws of Kenya to regulate the creation, broadcasting, possession, distribution and exhibition of films in the country with a view to promote national values and morality. The Kenya Information and Communications Act (KICA) further empowers the Board to i) Impose age restrictions to ensure that content which depicts or contains scenes that are rated as adult or are of the language intended for adult audiences are not aired during the watershed period (between 5am -10 pm) and ii) Enforce the programming Code for the free-to-air radio and TV services by ensuring that all programme and non-programme matter, namely commercials, infomercials, documentaries, programme promotions, programme listings, community service announcements and station identifications are classified before they air FUNCTIONS The Films and Stage Plays Act has empowered the Board to: i.Regulating the creation, broadcasting, distribution, exhibition and possession of film and broadcast content by: a.Classifying TV and radio programmes as stipulated in the Programming Code for free-to-air Radio and TV Services in Kenya b.Classifying all non-programme matter, namely commercials, infomercials, documentaries, programme promotions, programme listings, community service announcements and station identifications. c.Ensuring that content which depicts, contain scenes or are of the language intended for adult audience are not aired during the watershed period d.Giving consumer advise by empowering film and broadcast content consumer with knowledge to make informed choices ii.Registering and licensing film agents, local and international filmmakers, distributors and exhibitors. iii.Prescribing and developing guidelines on film and broadcast content regulation in the country. OUR ACHIEVEMENTS 1.Reviewed Film Classification Guidelines to incorporate the requirements of the Constitution and cater for technological advancement and consumer preferences 2. Implemented strategies that have led to increased compliance to classification requirement for film and broadcast content 3. Implemented the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on Parastatal Reforms that consolidated all the regulatory functions at KFCB 4. Operationalized county based offices to take our services closer to the people 5. Enhanced our equipment for quality service delivery to our customers 6. Enhanced our visibility through sustained media and public campaigns 7. Carried out 26 major joint sensitizations throughout the country in the last 6 months with learning institutions, faith based organizations, security agencies, County governments, NGOs 8. Established collaborations both regionally and internationally 9. Supported the growth of the film industry by sponsoring different industry related activities such as Riverwood Awards