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We are looking for CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Bachelor

Full-Time


1. Have a Bachelo(s degree in Veterinary Medicine (BVM) from a recognized University; 2. Have a Master's degree in any of the following disciplines: Veterinary Medicine, Vaccinology, Microbiology, Veterinary Epidemiology, Finance, Business Management, or equivalent qualifications from a recognized university; 3. Have knowledge in quality vaccine production, management and administration; 4. Must have ten (10) years of working experience in a relevant field with at least five (5) years at a senior management position; 5. Possession of a PhD qualification in relevant field will be an added advantage; 6. Be registered with the Kenya Veterinary Board; 7. Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 on Leadership and integrity


1. Developing. recommending to the Board, and implementing the long term strategy, business plans, and annual operating budgets and establishing proper internal monitoring and controls; 2. Ensuring effective administrative structures, processes and systems are in place; 3. Overseeing financial management and investment undertakings; 4. Ensuring that the Institute has an effective management structure, including succession plans; 5. Ensuring continuous implementation of the lnstitute's corporate policies, programes, performance contracting and the achievement of financial and business goals and objectives; 6. Preparing business proposals, reports, board papers, and other submissions for consideration by the Board; 7. Providing regular, thorough and prompt communication to the board on key technical, financial and administrative matters; 8. Ensuring that all board papers are accurately written, are relevant and are availed to the board members in good time; and effectively execute, and communicate board's decisions, strategies and policies; 9. Being responsible for stakeholder management and enhancement of the corporate image of the Institute; 10. Ensuring continuous improvements in the quality, value and diversity of services and products provided by the Institute; linking and fostering sustainable business relationships among stakeholders with institutions in and outside the country; 11. Providing leadership to senior management and staff and ensure compliance with all statutory, legal, and regulatory requirements; 12. Advising policy makers on vaccine development and usage.

Company Profile

KENYA VETERINARY VACCINES PRODUCTION INSTITUTE (KEVEVAPI)


Kenya’s livestock industry is an important source of livelihood for many people in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) and the high potential areas. The industry contributes significantly to Kenya’s economic development accounting for 10% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).The 2008 population and housing census revealed that Kenya has a massive livestock resource comprising of 3.4 million exotic cattle, 14.1 million indigenous cattle, 17.1 million sheep, 27.7 million goats, 2.9 million camels 25.8 indigenous chicken and 6.1 million exotic chicken

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