Advert Number CPSB/DDR/PRC/02       Advert Date21/6/2019    Closing Date12/7/2019
POSITION: Deputy Director Protocol [P]Apply
Duties & Responsibilities

•Manage, plan, coordinate and execute all aspects of protocol
•Plan, coordinate and execute high-level foreign and domestic visits/functions, ceremonies and special events hosted by the County Leadership.
•Logistical coordination, market research to identify potential site locations, facility selections, gift exchanges, invitations, seating arrangements, press coverage arrangements, etc.
•Arrange corporate travel and meetings by developing itineraries and agendas; scheduling and booking transportation; arranging lodging and meeting accommodations
•Guiding on matters etiquette or cultural mistakes and help the leaders forge important relationships without making embarrassing blunders
•Formulate, develop and implement protocol policies, strategy goals, objectives and programs for County Government.
•Develop and maintain reliable sources of information from government, interest groups and other organizations that provide timely and accurate data on political, economic, and social developments of different countries.
•Develop and maintain a current mailing list of key contacts with appropriate bios and background. Contact government officials to arrange meetings or obtain information on current or future programmes.
•Provide administrative and research support for the County Government which includes maintaining records and filing of important reference documents of high confidentiality.

Requirements for Appointment

•Holder of Bachelor’s degree in Communication/Public Relations/Political Science or a Degree in Social Sciences with a Diploma in Communications/Public Relations/Hospitality Management
•Five (5) years’ experience, Two (2) years of which must have been in a senior management level in an institution either in public or private sector
•Experience in public sector/County Government operations
•Creative and innovative, technical problem solving, transformative and resource management skills;
•Integrity and commitment to produce results, ability to work with minimum supervision;
•Ability to get on well with the diverse workforce and
•Good communication and Analytical skills
•Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya.