Directorate of Human Resource Management and Administration

CHRPK Josiah Mathenge

Director HR & Adminstration

The Office of the Director of HRM and Administration is charged with providing services, advice and guidelines to ensure the general administration of the Assembly is facilitated.

The Directorate is composed of three departments, Payroll, Administration and Logistics.

i. Formulate, implement, interpret and review appropriate
ii. Human resource management policies, rules, regulations and
iii. Procedures;
iv. Undertake human resource planning;
v. Facilitate recruitment, placement, promotion, training and
vi. Development of staff;
vii. Coordinate Performance Management and Performance
viii. Appraisal;
ix. Handle discipline issues;
x. Manage employee relations;
xi. Administer salary and manage the payroll;
xii. Coordinate staff welfare issues including insurance covers;
xiii. Administer pension;
xiv. Ensure compliance with statutory human resource legislation,
xv. Rules, regulations, policies and procedures;
xvi. Manage human resource records and general registries;
xvii. Ensure health and safety;
xviii. Mainstream key service policies – HIV/AIDS, gender and
xix. Disability issues; and
xx. Process other HR administration issues.

i. Oversee office accommodation;
ii. Manage office services and Administration staff;
iii. Prepare budget for Administration services;
iv. Coordinate acquisition and allocation of occupational tools and
v. Equipment;
vi. Control and monitoring the location and movement of
vii. Equipment;
viii. Oversee daily and weekly cleaning of offices and compound;
ix. Oversee catering services;
x. Ensure safe custody of the County Assembly assets;
xi. Manage central/policy registry;
xii. Provide cross-functional Administration services; and
xiii. Liaise with relevant legal entities to acquire legal documents
xiv. Such as motor vehicle and assets insurances and licenses.

i. Coordinate transport and logistics;

ii. Oversee maintenance and provision of transport;
iii. Oversee Ward Offices operations

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