Job Purpose

This role is responsible for carrying out education, training, sensitization and awareness on corruption, integrity and ethical issues; Interpretation of the Anti-Corruption Legal Framework and Domestication in KRA, analysis of impacts of anti-corruption policies and strategies to KRA staff, stakeholders and the general public and; ensuring adherence by the Authority and staff to the anti- corruption legal framework, KRA policies, rules and regulations as well as carrying out corruption prevention functions.

Responsibilities

  • Development and Enforcement of the KRA integrity policies to enhance compliance with professional and ethical standards in the Authority
  • Development and implementation of corruption prevention plans for departmental and regional Corruption Prevention Committees (CPCs).
  • Providing regular reporting on compliance of KRA integrity programs; Coordinate quarterly Apex CPC, departmental and regional CPCs and monthly departmental and regional Integrity Assurance Officers (IAOs) committees
  • Coordinating corruption perception surveys and the annual corruption risk assessment and provide statistics to guide decision-making processes
  • Coordinating implementation of the national values, cohesion and integration in the Authority.
  • Develop effective education & sensitization programs on corruption, integrity and ethical issues to KRA staff, stakeholders and the general public to ensure all staff and the Authority comply with internal & external requirements.
  • Capacity building for CPC and IAO programs and monitor and evaluate Education and Awareness programs by analyzing the impact of Anti-corruption policies and strategies in KRA
  • Coordinate, monitor and evaluate system reviews on policies, procedures and practices
  • Benchmarking and partnership on systems review practices
  • Day-to-day operations, supervision, management of performance and development of staff in the Division
  • Facilitate implementation of the work plans for the Internal audit, Integrity programs, Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Risk Management.
  • Oversee regular and timely performance reporting as well as the development of division’s business plan in alignment with the KRA’s corporate plan.

Skills and Competencies

Skills required: 

  • A Degree in Economics/ Statistics/ Business management/Public Policy/Tax Policy/ Law or a related Master’s degree from a recognized university.

Professional Qualifications / Membership to professional bodies

  • Trained on Integrity Assurance Officers course.

Minimum years of experience

  • At least Seven (7) years’ of experience of which three (3) years should be on integrity programme.

Competencies:

  • Excellent decision-making capabilities
  • Honesty and Integrity of Character
  • Excellent planning & organizational skills
  • Resilient, focused and results oriented
  • Excellent oral and written communication,
  • Public speaking and presentation skills
  • Motivated, dynamic & dedicated team player
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships
  • Taxation of New Emerging Businesses and Digital Economy

Method of Application

Interested and qualified? Go to Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) on www.kra.go.ke to apply