Overview

Corporation Secretary and Director, Legal Services
Job TypeFull Time
QualificationBA/BSc/HND
ExperienceNone
LocationNairobi
Job FieldLaw / Legal
Job Description

Functions of the Corporation Secretary and Director, Legal Services

The Office of the Corporation Secretary and Director Legal Services is responsible for following functions:

Provide guidance to the Board on their duties and responsibilities and on matters of governance;
Assist the Board in carrying out; Board induction and training, Updating the Board and Committee charters, Preparation of Board work plans, Board evaluation, Governance audit, Implementation of the code of conduct and Ethics;
Ensure the timely preparation and circulation of Board and Committee papers;
Ensure the timely circulation of Board and Committee minutes;
Maintain and update the register of conflicts of interest;
Ensure that Board members are aware of all relevant laws affecting the Commission;
Facilitate effective communication between the Commission and the stakeholders;
Ensure that annual returns are promptly filed with the relevant authorities.
Coordinate litigations for the Board;
Provide guidance on governance and adherence to statutory obligations;
Prepare all contracts;
Custodian of all contracts;
Advise on the fixing of common seal;
Provide legal guidance on contractual and statutory obligations binding to the Commission and legal duties for the Board;
Custodian of Board’s asset register;
Facilitate ratification of UNESCO conventions; and
Any other duties as may be assigned.

MODE OF APPLICATION

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All applications should be received on or before 25th November 2020.

 

KNATCOM is an equal opportunity employer. Women, Youth and PWD’s are encouraged to apply.

About UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

In 1945, UNESCO was created in order to respond to the firm belief of nations, forged by two world wars in less than a generation, that political and economic agreements are not enough to build a lasting peace. Peace must be established on the basis of humanity’s moral and intellectual solidarity.