ODPP – Office of Director of Public Prosecutions Kenya Jobs and Vacancies

ODPP – Office of Director of Public Prosecutions Kenya Jobs and Vacancies

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS

OUR MISSION

To serve the public by providing quality, impartial and timely prosecution services anchored on the

values and principles enshrined in the Constitution’

                                                                      VACANCIES                                                                    

Pursuant to Section 13 (2) of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Act No. 2 of 2013, the Office shall have power to appoint, control and supervise its staff in a manner and for such purposes as  may be necessary for the promotion  of the purpose and  the object  for which  the Office  is established.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the under listed vacancies:-

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SECRETARY PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 103/2016

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 152,060 – Kshs. 302,980 p.m DPP 2 (JG ‘T’)

 

Terms of Service:                                Permanent and Pensionable

Benefits

House Allowance:                                Kshs. 80,000 (Nairobi)

Non Practicing Allowance:                   Kshs. 40,000 p.m. Prosecutorial Allowance:                      Kshs. 65,000 p.m.

Entertainment Allowance:                    Kshs. 65,000 p.m. Domestic Allowance:                           Kshs. 15,600 p.m. Extraneous       Allowance:                  Kshs. 60,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                                 Kshs. 10,000  p.a. Robe Allowance:                                  Kshs.    5,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:               As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover:             As covered by the Group Life Insurance Cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                             Up to Kshs.   4 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                            Up to Kshs. 20 Million

  1. As approved by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, an appropriate Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

  1. a) Requirements for appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)        A cumulative number of eighteen (18) years relevant experience from the date of admission as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya OR practiced for not less than eighteen (18) years in any law OR served for two (2) years at the level of   Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions DPP 3/JG’S’ and above or relevant and equivalent level in the wider public service or private sector;

(ii)       Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from a recognized university;(iii)      Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Studies from the Council of Legal Education;

(iv)      Masters degree in Law or any other relevant Social Science from a recognized university; (v)       Attended Strategic Leadership Development Programme lasting not less than Six (6)

weeks or a relevant and  equivalent course from a recognized institution;

(vi)      Demonstrated   managerial,   administrative   and   professional   competence   in   work performance;

(vii)     Demonstrated a thorough understanding of ODPP goals, policies and development objectives;

(viii)    Exhibited a thorough understanding of national goals, policies, objectives and ability to

relate them to proper management of Prosecution Services; (ix)      Be a member of a recognized professional body.

 

  1. b) Core Skills/Competences

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following skills:-

(i)        Resource management skills;

(ii)       Interpersonal and communication skills;

(iii)      Organizational, managerial and administrative skills; (iv)      Analytical and decision making skills;

(v)       Policy and strategy implementation skills;

(vi)      Technical competency skills; and

(vii)     Target setting skills.

 

 

  1. c) Personal Qualities:

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following qualities:-

(i)        Ability to conceptualise, articulate, interpret and implement national and international policies and development goals;

(ii)       Creativity and innovatineness; (iii)      Technical problem solving;

(iv)      Ability to get well with diverse workforce; (v)       Honesty and integrity;

(vi)      Positive working attitude;

(vii)     Ability to give and take instructions; (viii)    Commitment to producing results;

(ix)      Leadership, advocacy, relationship building and collaboration; (x)       Self drive and initiative to achieve expected results and;

(xi)      Team leadership.

 

 

  1. d) Duties and Responsibilities

 

An officer at this level will provide overall leadership strategic direction to the departments and he/she will be responsible to the Director of Public Prosecutions for the efficient and effective management of the departments. Specifically the duties and responsibilities will entail-:

 

 

(i)        Overseeing the operations of the Departments;

(ii)       Providing professional and managerial leadership to the Departments;

(iii)      Providing policy advise on issues relating to justice, legal and constitutional affairs, law reform, governance, rule of law and human rights;

(iv)      Initiating national and legal sectoral policy reform in the ODPP;
(v)       Coordinating the development and implementation of sectoral policies; (vi)      Developing linkages within the Governance, Law and Justice Sector;

(vii)    Reviewing country/periodic reports and ensuring compliance with the regional and international instruments;

(viii)    Identifying and acting on impediments and constraints to the implementation of policies

and programmes in the sector;

(ix)      Facilitating the setting up of structures and institutions for consolidating administration of justice,  good  governance,  transparency,  accountability,  ethics,  integrity  and  national values;

(x)       Promoting and protecting human rights;

(xi)      Facilitating the design and implementation of prioritized programmes; (xii)     Setting up long-term goals for the development of the Sector;

(xiii)    Preparing cabinet briefs, papers and memoranda;

(xiv)    Advising Ministries/Departments on legal policy issues; (xv)     Co-ordinating activities and operations of resource centre;

(xvi)    Advising the departments on reforms relating to resource centre;

(xvii)   Developing and implementing library, research and development policies, procedures and guidelines;

(xviii)  Developing policies and guidelines for the running of the resource centre; (xix)    Receiving periodic reports on the resource centre division;

(xx)      Coordination and   implementation of the ODPP strategic plans and realization of its objectives;

(xxi)    Overseeing the preparation and implementation of the performance appraisal systems and contracts of the ODPP;

(xxii)   Ensuring accountability and prudent management of the resources and assets;

(xxiii) Ensuring compliance with principles and values of good governance, human rights, transparency, accountability, ethics and integrity;

(xxiv)  Deputizing the DPP in the administration and management of the affairs of the office; (xxv)   Supervising the administrative work of the heads of departments;

(xxvi)  Chairing  the  Human  Resource  Advisory  Committee,  the  Budget  Committee,  the

Performance Contracting Committee and the Performance Management Committee; and

(xxvii) Performing other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Director of

Public Prosecutions from time to time.

 

 

 

 

DEPUTY DIRECTOR CENTRAL FACILITATION SERVICES – ONE (1) POST  V/NO.

104/2016

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs.120,270 – Kshs.180,660 p.m.  DPP 3 (JG ‘S’)

 

 

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits:

House Allowance:                  Kshs. 60,000 (Nairobi), Kshs. 56,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  52,000  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,    Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa)
Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 20,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by the Group life insurance cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                 Up to Kshs.  4 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                  Up to Kshs. 20 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

  1. a) Requirements for appointment

 

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)        Have at least Eighteen (18) years relevant experience and to have served in the grade of Assistant Director of Administration Job Group ‘Q’ and above or any other comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector for a    minimum period of three (3) years;

(ii)       Bachelors  Degree  in  any  of  the  following  fields:  Business  Management,  Public Administration, Human Resource Management or a relevant and equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;

(iii)      Masters   Degree   in   any   of   the   following   fields:   Business   Management,   Public Administration, law, Human Resource Management, or any other    equivalent qualification from a recognised institution;

(iv)      Attended Strategic Leadership and development Programme lasting not less than Six   (6)

weeks or a relevant and equivalent course from a recognised institution.

(v)       Demonstrated  a  thorough  understanding  of  ODPP  goals,  policies  and  development objectives;

(vi)      Exhibited a thorough understanding of National goals and policies, and ability to relate them to finance, administration and management  function; and

(vii)     Demonstrated managerial, and professional competence in work performance; (viii)    Be a member of a recognised professional body.

 

 

 

  1. b) Duties and Responsibilities

 

An officer at this level will head Central Facilitation Services Department and he/she will be responsible directly to the Director of Public Prosecutions professionally and administratively to the Secretary, Public Prosecutions for the effective and efficient management of the department. Specifically the duties and responsibilities entail:-

 

(i)        Overall supervision and management of the Central Facilitation Services Department; (ii)       Providing positive administrative and managerial leadership to the Department;

(iii)      Leading in designing, development and implementation of strategies, systems, plans

and policies necessary to enable the department to deliver services to the Government and the Public effectively, efficiently and fairly;

(iv)       Providing effective leadership in the development of strategic alliances to promote and strengthen collaborative and symbiotic partnerships and networks between the Department and stakeholders;
(v)        Ensuring effective financial management, integrity of accounting, budgeting, financial reporting and forecasting (balance sheet and cash flow) of the ODPP;

(vi)       Participating in the development, implementation and review of the ODPP strategic and operational business plans;

(vii)      Overseeing the management and organization of the infrastructure including offices, information technology and communication;

(viii)    Participating in meetings of the Executive and, internal & external Committees to

ensure  the  effective  and  efficient  management  and  operations  of  the  ODPP  in accordance with its values and strategic direction.

(ix)      Facilitating  joint  meetings  of  the  heads  of  the  specialized  functions,  maintaining minutes and coordinating the implementation of resolutions;

(x)     Planning, managing and developing ODPP’s financial, regulatory, legislative, administrative, human resource and information technology (IT) functions to ensure the provision of timely and accurate information.

(xi)      Coordinating and supervising the preparation and submission of monthly, quarterly and annual reports relating to the mandate of the Department;

(xii)     Coordinating, supervising and monitoring the training and capacity building of staff in the Department to ensure the efficient & effective operation of the Department;

(xiii)   Leading in the development and implementation of mechanisms and strategies that

ensure effective response to situations requiring contingency;

(xiv)    Coordinating the formulation of budgets and procurement plans for the specialized functions;

(xv)     Coordinating  the  development  and  implementation  of  plans  to  ensure  smooth

provision   of   outsourced   services   including   the   monitoring   and   reporting   on performance of outsourced services; and

(xvi)    Performing other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Director of

Public Prosecutions or Secretary Public Prosecutions from time to time.

 

 

(c)      Core Skills/Competencies

 

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following skills:-

 

(i)        Resource management skills;

(ii)       Policy and strategy implementation skills; (iii)      Planning and coordination skills;

(iv)      Organizational, managerial, administrative  and decision making skills; (v)       Interpersonal and communication skills; and

(vi)      Analytical skills.

 

 

 

(d)       Personal Qualities

 

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following qualities:-

 

(i)       Ability to articulate, interpret and implement national and international policies and development goals;

(ii)       Ability to get well with diverse workforce; (iii)      Honesty and integrity;

(iv)      Creativity and innovativeness;
(v)       Technical problem solving;

(vi)      Leadership, advocacy, relationship  building and collaboration; (vii)     Self driven and results oriented;

(viii)    Appreciation and application of technology in the work environment; (ix)      Passion for continuous professional development; and

(x)       Team leadership.

 

 

 

 

 

SENIOR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION –  ONE (1) POSTS V/NO.

105/2016

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs.109,089 – Kshs.144,928 p.m. DPP 4 (JG ‘R’)

 

 

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits:

House Allowance:                  Kshs.43,334 (Nairobi), Kshs. 25,000(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  18,334  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.14,667 (Other Areas)

 

 

Commuter Allowance:            Kshs. 16,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                   Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:    As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover:  As covered by the Group life insurance cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                  Up to Kshs.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                  Up to Kshs. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for appointment

 

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)        Served in the grade of Assistant Director of Administration for at least two (2)

years or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private

Sector;

(ii)       A Bachelors Degree in any Social Science or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Institution;

(iii)      A Masters degree in any Social Science from a recognized institution;

(iv)      Post  graduate  diploma  in any Social Science  from a recognized institution or attained an   Advanced Public Administration(APA) certificate;

(v)       Passed Administrative Officers’ Examination;

(vi)      A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution;

(vii)     Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results;

and

(viii)    Be a member of a recognised professional body.
(b)       Core Skills/Competencies

 

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following skills:- (i)        Organizational, managerial and decision making skills

(ii)       People management skills; (iii)      Policy implementation skills; (iv)      Resource management skills;

(v)       Interpersonal and communication skills; (vi)      Planning skills;

(vii)     Coordination skills;

(viii)    Strategic implementation skills; and

(ix)      Analytical skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following qualities: (i)        Ability to articulate and implement ODPP mandate;

(ii)       Creativity and innovativeness; (iii)      Technical problem solving;

(iv)      Honesty and integrity;

(v)       Commitment to producing results;

(vi)      Leadership, advocacy, relationship building and collaboration, (vii)     Result oriented and self driven;

(viii)    Appreciation and application of technology in the work environment; and

(ix)      Initiative to achieve expected results.

 

 

 

(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

 

An officer at this level will head the Administration division and he/she will be responsible    directly   to   the   Director   of   Public   Prosecutions   professionally   and administratively to the Deputy Director of Central Facilitation Services for efficient and effective management of the division. Specifically, duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

 

(i)        Overall management of the administrative services;

(ii)       Overseeing management of assets, and registry services; (iii)      Safe custody and management of records;

(iv)      Overseeng transport and office management; (v)       Coordinatiing activities to mitigate HIV/AIDS;

(vi)      Ensuring integrity and ethical conduct within the ODPP;

(vii)     Ensuring security of ODPP assets; (viii)    Chairing departmental meetings;

(ix)      Coordinating administrative matters;

(x)        Representing  the  Director  of  Public  Prosecutions  in  various  meetings  and stakeholders fora;

(xi)      Training, developing and appraisal of all administration staff;

(xii)     Facilitating mobilization of resources for effective public service delivery; and
(xiii)    Preparing state functions, briefs and programmes.

 

 

 

 

SENIOR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 106/2016       RE-ADVERTISED

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 109,089 – Kshs. 144,928 p.m. DPP 4 (JG ‘R’)

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits:

House Allowance:                  Kshs.43,334 (Nairobi), Kshs. 25,000(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  18,334  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.14,667 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 16,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by the Group life insurance cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                 Up to Kshs. 3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Kshs. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)         Served in the grade of Assistant Director of Human Resource Management or in a comparable  and  relevant  position  in  the  Public  Service  or  Private  Sector  for  a minimum period of two (2) years;

(ii)        A Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, Public/Business Administration, Human Resource Management/Staff Management or any other relevant qualification from a recognized institution;

(iii)       Post graduate diploma in Staff/Human Resource Management or its equivalent from a recognized institution;

(iv)       A Masters degree in Human Resource/Staff Management, Business Administration, Public Administration or their equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;

(v)       A certificate in Computer application skills from a recognized institution;

(vi)       Demonstrated a high degree of professional and administrative competence, and a thorough understanding of the existing and emerging Human Resource Management practices/techniques;

(vii)      Demonstrated a thorough understanding of National and ODPP goals, policies and development objectives; and

(viii)    Be a member of a recognized professional body.

 

 

(b)       Core Skills /Competences

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following skills:- (i)        Policy formulation and implementation skills;
(ii)       Monitoring and evaluation skills; (iii)      Resource management skills;

(iv)      Performance management skills; (v)       Strategic negotiation skills;

(vi)      Networking skills;

(vii)     Interpersonal and communication skills; (viii)    Leadership skills;

(ix)      Decision making skills; (x)       Planning skills;

(xi)      Organizational and administrative skills and

(xii)     Report writing skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following qualities:- (i)        Team player;

(ii)       Self driven;

(iii)      Team leadership;

(iv)      Honesty and integrity;

(v)       Creativity and innovativeness; (vi)      Results oriented; and

(vii)     Professionalism.

 

 

(d)       Duties and responsibilities

An officer at this level will head the Human Resource Management division and he/she will be responsible directly to the Director of Public Prosecutions professionally and administratively to the Deputy Director of Central Facilitation Services for the efficient and effective management of the division. Specifically, duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

(i)         Overseeing  the  implementation  and  enforcement  of  human  resource  management rules, regulations, standards, procedures and guidelines;

(ii)       Evaluating the effectiveness of the human resource policies, rules and regulations;

(iii)       Providing advisory services on personnel requirements; recruitment, selection and placement;

(iv)      Advising on human resource staff training and development;

(v)       Overseeing maintenance of professional human resource management standards;

(vi)       Developing human resource management plans and providing advice on succession management;

(vii)      Coordinating  the  development  and  review  of  Career  Progression  Guidelines  and advising on career development;

(viii)     Interpretation of labour laws and other statutes that impact on the human resource in the ODPP;

(ix)      Coordinating policy monitoring and evaluation;

(x)       Advising on collective bargaining, negotiation and other labour relations; (xi)      Coordinating and providing guidance on performance management;

(xii)     Managing the human resource management staff performance;

(xiii)   Mentoring and coaching staff working under him/her; and

(xiv)    Supervising staff working under him/her.
SENIOR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT–ONE (1) POST V/NO. 107/2016  RE-ADVERTISED

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 109,089 – Kshs. 144,928 p.m. DPP 4 (JG ‘R’)

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits:

House Allowance:                  Kshs.43,334 (Nairobi), Kshs. 25,000 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  18,334  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.14,667 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 16,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by the Group life insurance cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                 Up to Kshs.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Kshs. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this position, a candidate must have:-

(i)         Served in the grade of Assistant Director  Human Resource Development or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Sector or Private Sector for a minimum period of two (2) years;

(ii)       Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management/Development, Education or other

relevant and equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;

(iii)      A Masters Degree in Human Resource Management/Development, Education, Public

Administration or other equivalent qualification from a recognized institution; (iv)      A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution;

(v)        Demonstrated a high degree of professional and administrative competence, and a thorough understanding of the existing and emerging Human Resource Development practices/techniques;

(vi)       Demonstrated a thorough understanding of National and ODPP goals, policies and development objectives; and

(vii)     Be a member of a recognized professional body.

 

 

(b)       Core Skills / Competences

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following skills:- (i)        Policy formulation and implementation skills;

(ii)       Training Needs Assessment skills; (iii)      Resource management skills;

(iv)      Curriculum development skills; (v)       Strategic negotiation skills;
(vi)      Interpersonal and communication skills; (vii)     Leadership and advocacy skills;

(viii)    Decision making skills; (ix)      Networking skills;

(x)       Organizational and administrative skills; and

(xi)      Proposal writing skills;

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following qualities:- (i)        Team player;

(ii)       Self driven;

(iii)      Team leadership;

(iv)      Honesty and integrity; (v)       Results oriented;

(vi)      Ability to care for resources; and

(vii)     Professionalism.

 

 

(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

An officer at this level will head the Human Resource Development  division and he/she will be responsible directly to the Director of Public Prosecutions professionally and administratively to the Deputy Director of Central Facilitation Services for the efficient and effective management of the division. Specifically, duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

(i)         Overseeing the formulation and implementation of Human Resource Development policies, strategies and programmes;

(ii)       Coordinating Training Needs Assessment;

(iii)      Designing/identifying  appropriate  training  interventions  and  sourcing  for  Donor

Funded Training Programmes;

(iv)      Coordinating the development of training plans and budgets; (v)       Overseeing, monitoring and evaluation of training activities;

(vi)      Managing the Human Resource Development staff performance; (vii)     Mentoring and coaching staff working under him/her; and

(viii)    Coordinating policy monitoring and evaluation.

 

 

 

CHIEF ACCOUNTANT–ONE (1) POST V/NO. 108/2016  RE-ADVERTISED Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 109,089 – Kshs. 144,928 p.m. DPP 4 (JG ‘R’)

 

 

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits:

House Allowance:                  Kshs.43,334 (Nairobi), Kshs. 25,000(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  18,334  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.14,667 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 16,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.
Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by the Group life insurance cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                 Up to Kshs.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Kshs. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, Group Personal Accident

Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade an officer must have:-

(i)         Served in the grade of Deputy Chief Accountant or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public or Private Sector for a minimum of two (2) years;

(ii)        Passed  Part  III  of  Certified  Public  Accountants  (CPA)  K  Examination  or  its recognized equivalent qualifications from a recognized institution;

(iii)       Bachelor’s   degree   in   Commerce   (Finance   or   Accounts   Option),   Business Administration (Accounts Option) from a recognized institution or any other relevant equivalent qualification;

(iv)       Masters degree in any of the following disciplines: – Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Commerce or their relevant equivalent qualification from an a recognized institution;

(v)       Registered with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) and

Registration of Accountants Board (RAB);

(vi)      A Certificate in computer applications from a recognized institution; and

(vii)     Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

 

 

(b)       Core Skills/Competencies

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following skills; (i)        Technical problem solving skills;

(ii)       Transformative skills;

(iii)      Resource management skills;

(iv)      Organizational and supervisory skills; (v)       Strategic implementation skills;

(vi)      Accuracy skills;

(vii)     Interpersonal and communication skills; (viii)    Analytical skills;

(ix)      Records management skills; and

(x)       Good organizational and supervisory skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following qualities; (i)        Ability to get on well with diverse workforce;

(ii)       Ability to work with minimum supervision;

(iii)      Knowledge in the professional field of specialization; (iv)      Ability to take and execute instructions;

(v)       Creativity and innovativeness;

(vi)      Team player; and

(vii)     Integrity and commitment to produce results.
(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

An officer at this level will head the Accounts division and he/she will be responsible directly to the Director of Public Prosecutions professionally and administratively to the Deputy Director of Central Facilitation Services for the efficient and effective management of the division. Specifically, duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

 

(i)         Providing  advisory  services  to  departmental  heads  and  other  stakeholders  on  all financial matters in ODPP;

(ii)        Participating and providing advice as expected of the Office in Projects Committee and Audit Committee ;

(iii)       Interpretation and implementation of financial regulations and procedures, Treasury circulars, letters and instructions;

(iv)      Ensuring that expenditures are within the voted allocations;

(v)        Developing supplementary financial regulations and procedures to enhance internal controls procedures;

(vi)       Preparing management financial reports which include monthly expenditure returns, monthly bank reconciliation statements and revenue/AIA returns, cash flow statements and analysis of deposits;

(vii)     Maintenance of up to date and accurate books of accounts; (viii)    Safeguarding ODPP’s assets and records;

(ix)      Supervising, training, development and deployment of Accounts staff in ODPP; and

(x)       Appraising staff working in the Accounts division.

 

 

 

 

 

CHIEF ECONOMIST/STATISTICIAN–ONE (1) POST V/NO. 109/2016   RE-ADVERTISED Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 109,089 – Kshs. 144,928 p.m. DPP 4 (JG ‘R’)

 

 

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits:

House Allowance:                  Kshs.43,334 (Nairobi), Kshs. 25,000(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  18,334  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.14,667 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 16,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by the Group Life Insurance Cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                 Up to Kshs.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Kshs. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.
(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have: –

(i)         Served at the level of Deputy Chief Economist/Statistician or in a   comparable and relevant position in economic planning and development in the Public or Private Sector, for at least twelve (12) years of which two (2) years must be at a Senior Economic Policy Research/Planning position;

(ii)        A   Bachelors   Degree   in   any   of   the   following:   Economics,   Economics   and Mathematics, Economics and Statistics, Operations Research, Survey Techniques and Demographic Techniques from a recognized university/institution;

(iii)       A Masters Degree in any of the following: Economics, Economics and Mathematics, Economics and Statistics, Mathematics and Statistics, Economic Policy and Demography from a recognized university/institution;

(iv)       Demonstrated outstanding professional competence, matched with proper appreciation of the country’s economic development needs at the national, sectoral and regional levels and the strategies necessary to meet them;

(v)        Demonstrated a high degree of administrative capability coupled with wide experience in economic planning or in the production and interpretation of statistical data; and

(vi)      Be a member of a recognized professional body.

 

 

 

(b)       Core Skills/Competencies

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following skills; (i)        People management skills;

(ii)       Policy implementation skills; (iii)      Planning skills;

(iv)      Coordination skills;

(v)       Strategy implementation skills; (vi)      Technical problem solving skills; (vii)     Resource management skills;

(viii)    Interpersonal and communication skills;

(ix)      Organizational, managerial and decision making skills; and

(x)       Analytical skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following qualities; (i)        Ability to articulate and implement ODPP mandate;

(ii)       Creativity and innovativeness; (iii)      Honesty and integrity;

(iv)      Commitment to producing results;

(v)       Leadership, advocacy, relationship building and collaboration; (vi)      Result oriented;

(vii)     Self driven;

(viii)    Appreciation and application of technology in the work environment; (ix)      Passion for continuous professional development; and

(x)       Initiative to achieve expected results.
(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

An officer at this level will head the Planning and Monitoring division and he/she will be responsible    directly   to   the   Director   of   Public   Prosecutions   professionally   and administratively to the Deputy Director of Central Facilitation Services for the efficient and effective management of the division. Specifically, duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

(i)        Providing direction of planning functions or production of statistical data.

(ii)       Coordinating and formulating of ODPP strategies, policies and programmes; (iii)      Presentation of statistical data in the form of survey reports or bulletins;

(iv)       Preparing  of  ODPP  plans  and  coordination  of  national  positions  on  international economic subjects;

(v)       Monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes;

(vi)      Compiling of data for planning manpower surveys.

 

 

 

SENIOR PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN– ONE (1) POST V/NO. 110/2016  RE-ADVERTISED Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 77,527 – Kshs. 103,894 p.m. DPP 6 (JG ‘P’)

 

 

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits

House Allowance:                  Kshs.41,667 (Nairobi), Kshs. 22, 667(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  17,000  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.13,600 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 12,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by the Group Life Insurance Cover for ODPP staff

Car loan:                                 Up to Ksh.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Ksh. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)         Served in the grade of Principal Librarian or in a comparable and relevant   position in the Public Service or Private Sector for a minimum period of two (2) years;

(ii)        A  Bachelors  degree  in  either  Library  Studies  or  Information  Science  or  their equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;

(iii)       A   Masters   degree   in   Library   Studies   or   Information   Science   or   equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;

(iv)       Demonstrated  professional  and  administrative  competence        in  organizing  an information center/library;

(v)        Demonstrated a thorough understanding of the national goals and the ODPP goals, and the ability to translate them into the library function.
(vi)      Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results; and

(vii)     A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution.

OR

(i)         Served in the grade of Principal Librarian or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector for a minimum period of two (2) years;

(ii)        A Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade C or its equivalent qualification with at least a C in Mathematics, English and Kiswahili respectively;

(iii)       A  Diploma  in  library or  Information  Science  or  equivalent  qualifications  from  a recognized institution;

(iv)       A   Masters   degree   in   Library   Studies   or   Information   Science   or   equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;

(v)        Demonstrated  professional  and  administrative  competence        in  organizing  an information centre/library;

(vi)       Demonstrated a thorough understanding of the national goals and the ODPP goals, and the ability to translate these into the library function;

(vii)     Demonstrated merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results; and

(viii)    A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution.

 

 

(b)       Core Skills/Competencies

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following skills:- (i)        Effective communication skills;

(ii)       Analytical skills;

(iii)      Problem solving skills; (iv)      Organizational skills; (v)       Leadership skills;

(vi)      Interpersonal skills; and

(vii)     Time management skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements, an officer must have the following qualities:- (i)        Honesty and integrity;

(ii)       Respectful;

(iii)      Flexible;

(iv)      Results oriented;

(v)       Ability to work well with diverse workforce; (vi)      Creativity and innovativeness; and

(vii)     Team player.

 

 

(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

An officer at this level will head the library Services Section and he/she will be responsible to the Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions for the efficient and effective management of the Library Services Section. Specifically duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

(i)         Formulation, interpretation, and implementation of library and information policies and procedures;

(ii)        Advising  the  DPP  and  heads  of  departments  on  all  matters  pertaining  to  the management of Library and information services;
(iii)       Ensuring  that  library  information  services  are  in  conformity  with  international standards;

(iv)       Training  and  development,  supervising,  and  guiding  of  staff  in  the  library  and information services;

(v)       Planning and budgeting for the library and information services;

(vi)       Ensuring   implementation   of   any   changes   in   internationally   agreed   code   for information retrieval and dissemination;

(vii)      Standardization   of   cataloguing,   classification,   indexing   and   dissemination   of information;

(viii)    Compiling of decided cases in liaison with other libraries; (ix)      Coordinating and implementation of work programs;

(x)       Creation, maintenance and operation of an online information management system for the library/center; and

(xi)      Selection and acquisition of information and other research materials in consultation

with professionals and researchers.

 

 

 

SENIOR PRINCIPAL INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER 1 –

ONE (1) POST V/NO. 111/2016           RE-ADVERTISED

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 77,527 – Kshs. 103,894 p.m. DPP 6 (JG ‘P’)

 

 

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits

House Allowance:                  Kshs.41,667 (Nairobi), Kshs. 22, 667(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  17,000  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.13,600 (Other Areas)

 

 

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 12,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance Cover for ODPP staff Car loan:                                 Up to Ksh.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Ksh. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)         Served in the grade of Principal Communication Information Technology Officer or an equivalent and relevant position in the ODPP for a minimum period of two (2) years;
(ii)        A Bachelors degree in any of the following fields: Computer Science/Information Communication   Technology   or   in   Electronics/Electrical   Engineering   from   a recognized institution;

(iii)       A Masters degree in Computer Science or any other ICT related discipline from a recognized institution;

(iv)       Demonstrated  professional  ability,  initiative  and  competence  in  organizing  and directing work; and

(v)       Relevant IT Certification (CISA, MCSE, CEH, CISSP).

 

 

(b)       Core Skills/Competencies

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following skills; (i)        People management skills;

(ii)       Policy implementation skills; (iii)      Planning skills;

(iv)      Coordination skills;

(v)       Strategy implementation skills;

(i)        Technical problem solving skills; (ii)       Resource management skills;

(vi)      Interpersonal and communication skills;

(iii)      Organizational, managerial and decision making skills; and

(vii)     Analytical skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following qualities; (i)        Ability to articulate and implement ODPP mandate;

(ii)       Creativity and innovativeness;

(iii)      Integrity and commitment to producing results;

(iv)      Leadership, advocacy, relationship building and collaboration, (v)       Results oriented;

(vi)      Self driven; and

(vii)     Appreciation and application of up to date technology in the work environment.

 

 

(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

An officer at this level will be responsible to the Assistant Director Information Communication Technology for the assigned Information Communication Technology function. Specifically, duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:-

(i)        Systems development, implementation and allocation;

(ii)       Coordinating systems development, implementation and maintenance; (iii)      Carrying out feasibility studies;

(iv)      Preparing progress reports of the systems development;

(v)       Evaluating systems and ensuring adherence to established ICT standards; (vi)      Training of staff and preparing staff performance reports;

(vii)     Planning,   monitoring   and   evaluating   program/activities   within   an   Information

Communication Technology division/unit;

(viii)    Ensuring adherence to Information Communication Technology standards;

(ix)      liaising  with  user  departments  to  ensure  effective  maintenance  of  Information

Communication Technology equipment; and
(x)       Reviewing  and  evaluating  hardware  maintenance  feasibility  studies  and  detailed specifications before implementation.

 

 

 

SENIOR PRINCIPAL HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT– ONE (1) POST V/NO.

112/2016

Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 77,527 – Kshs. 103,894 p.m. DPP 6 (JG ‘P’)

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits

House Allowance:                  Kshs.41,667 (Nairobi), Kshs. 22, 667(Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  17,000  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.13,600 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 12,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 10,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants Group Life Insurance Cover: As covered by Group Life Insurance Cover for ODPP staff Car loan:                                 Up to Ksh.   3 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Ksh. 15 Million

 

 

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate,  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade, an officer must have:-

(i)         Served  in  the  grade  of  Principal  Human  Resource  Development  Officer  or  in  a comparable  and  relevant  position  in  the  Public  Service  or  Private  Sector  for  a minimum period of two (2) years;

(ii)       Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Development/ Management/ Education;

(iii)       Postgraduate  qualification  in  Human  Resource  Management/  Education  or  other equivalent qualification from a recognized  institution;

(iv)       Masters  degree  in  Education  or  any  other  relevant  field  from  a  recognized university/institution;

(v)       A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution;

(vi)       Demonstrated a high degree of professional and administrative competence;

(vii)      Thorough understanding of the existing and emerging Human Resource Development practices/techniques; and

(viii)     Demonstrated a thorough understanding of National and ODPP goals, policies and development objectives.

 

 

(b)       Core Skills/Competencies

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following skills:- (i)        Management skills;

(ii)       Report writing skills;

(iii)      Meeting management skills;
(iv)      Oral / written communication skills; (v)       Interpersonal skills;

(vi)      Problem solving skills;

(vii)     Research and evaluation skills; (viii)    Organizational skills; and

(ix)      Resource management skills;

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

In addition to the above requirements an officer must have the following qualities:- (i)        Honesty and integrity;

(ii)       Creativity and innovativeness;

(iii)      Results oriented;

(iv)      Ability to work well with diverse workforce; (v)       Team player; and

(vi)      Professionalism.

 

 

 

(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

 

An officer at this level will be responsible to the Senior Assistant Director Human Resource Development for the assigned Human Resource Development function. Specifically, duties and responsibilities will entail:-

(i)        Processing course approvals;

(ii)       Ensuring adherence to bonding and collection of Training Levy;

(iii)      Undertaking the collection and collating of Training Needs Assessment data; (iv)      Organizing for training programs;

(v)       Preparing the agenda for the Human Resource Advisory Committee; (vi)      Implementation of the committee decisions; and

(vii)     Mentoring and coaching staff working under him/her.

 

 

 

SENIOR RECEPTIONIST OFFICER – ONE (1) POST V/NO. 113 /2016      RE-ADVERTISED Basic Salary Scale: Kshs. 41,590 – Kshs. 55,840 p.m. DPP 8 (JG ‘M’)

 

Terms of Service:                 Permanent and Pensionable

 

 

Benefits

House Allowance:                  Kshs.22,667 (Nairobi), Kshs. 17,334 (Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, Kilifi,  Lamu,  Kwale  and  Naivasha),  Kshs.  13,500  (Nyeri,  Eldoret, Kericho,  Kakamega,  Kisii,  Embu,  Nanyuki,  Nakuru,  Lodwar  and Garissa) Kshs.11,000 (Other Areas)

Commuter Allowance:           Kshs. 8,000 p.m. Leave Allowance:                  Kshs. 6,000 p.a.

Medical Insurance Scheme:   As covered by the medical scheme for Civil Servants

Car loan:                                 Up to Kshs. 1.5 Million

Mortgage Scheme:                 Up to Kshs. 10 Million

  1. As approved  by  the  Salaries  and  Remuneration  Commission,  an  appropriate  Group

Personal Accident Cover and Medical Insurance Scheme for ODPP staff are being developed.

 

 

(a)       Requirements for Appointment

For appointment to this grade an officer must have;

(i)         Served in the grade of Reception Officer I or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service or Private Sector for at least two (2) years;

(ii)        Bachelors  Degree  in  Public  Relations  or  any  relevant  social  sciences  from  a recognized university;

(iii)      A Certificate in Computer Applications from a recognized institution;

(iv)       Attended a Supervisory Management Course lasting for not less than two (2) weeks from a recognized institution; and

(v)       Demonstrated merit and ability result as reflected in work performance and results.

 

 

(b)       Core Skills/Competencies (i)            Supervisory skills; (ii)            Customer care skills;

(iii)      Oral/written communication skills; (iv)      Public relations skills;

(v)       Resource management skills; (vi)      Problem solving skills;

(vii)     Administrative skills; (viii)    Interpersonal skills;

(ix)      Hospitality management skills; and

(x)       Analytical skills.

 

 

(c)       Personal Qualities

(i)        Honesty and integrity; (ii)       Team player;

(iii)      Positive working attitude; (iv)      Ability to take instructions;

(v)       Ability to work with minimum supervision;

(vi)      Creativity and innovativeness; (vii)     Personal grooming;

(viii)    Organizational skills; and

 

 

(d)       Duties and Responsibilities

 

 

An  officer  at  this  level  will  be  in  charge  of  the  reception  Section  and  he/she  will  be responsible to the Senior Assistant Director of Administration  for efficient and effective management of the section. Specifically, duties and responsibilities will entail:-

(i)        Overseeing and providing direction on management of customers and visitors; (ii)       Arranging appointments for VIPs/Visitors;

(iii)      Receiving and ushering VIPs/guests;

(iv)      Attending to customers and visitors; (v)       Analyzing quarterly sectional reports;
(vi)       Coordinating the development and implementation of measures to improve customer care;

(vii)     Managing staff performance;

(viii)    Development of work plans for the reception function; (ix)      Analyzing visitors register;

(x)       Supervising staff working under him/her; and

(xi)      Mentoring and coaching staff under him/her.

 

Please visit ODPP website www.odpp.go.ke, the Government Portal  www.myGov.go.ke for more details on the advertised posts.

 

Interested  and  qualified  candidates  are  invited  to  make  their  applications  by  completing   ONE

application   form    ODPP   1.      The   form   may   be   downloaded   from   the   ODPP’s   Website

www.odpp.go.ke or picked from Nairobi headquarters and county offices.

 

 

The candidates should attach COPIES of the following documents to their application form:

  • National Identity Card
  • Academic and Professional Certificates and Transcripts
  • Any supporting documents and testimonials
  • Letter of appointment to their current substantive post
  • Letter of appointment to their previous post
  • Detailed Curriculum Vitae and
  • Clearance certificate from the following bodies :- i. Law Society of Kenya for Lawyers
  1. Higher Education Loans Board iii.    Kenya Revenue Authority
  2. Criminal Investigation Department
  3. Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission
  4. Any other Professional bodies to which the candidate is a member

 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

Shortlisted candidates shall be required to produce ORIGINALS of their National Identity Card, academic and professional certificates, original transcripts and testimonials, letters of appointment to their current substantive posts and previous post, detailed curriculum vitae and clearance certificates during the interviews.

 

 

Completed application forms should be sent to:

 

 

The Secretary

Advisory Board

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

NSSF Building 19th Floor, Block ‘A’

P.O. Box 30701 – 00100

NAIROBI
So as to reach the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions on or before 2nd June, 2016.

 

Women, persons with disability and those from marginalized Communities are encouraged to apply.

KERIAKO TOBIKO, CBS, SCDIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS

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