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Job Vacancy :CPSB01/31/08/2017: County Executive Committee Members (10 Positions)


Pursuant to the provision of The County Government Act, No. 17 of 2012 Section 35, 36 and 45, the Office of the Governor wishes to consider application from highly qualified, results – oriented and self-motivated Kenyan citizens for appointment to the positions County Executive Committee Members.

Applicants should specify in the application letter the portfolio for which they wish to head;

CPSB01/31/08/2017: County Executive Committee Members (10 Positions)

  1. CEC – Finance and Economic Planning
  2. CEC – Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Development
  3. CEC – Health Services
  4. CEC – Tourism, Culture and Social Services
  5. CEC – Education, Skills Development, Youth and Sports
  6. CEC – Land, Energy and Urban Development
  7. CEC – Public Administration, County Co-ordination and ICT
  8. CEC – Transport, Roads, Public Works and Housing
  9. CEC – Trade, Industry and Enterprise Development
  10. CEC – Water, Environment and Natural Resource Development.

Duties and Responsibilities

Duties and Responsibilities are as prescribed in The Constitution of Kenya 2010 section, 183 and County Government Act, No. 17 of 2012 section 36.

Requirements for Appointment;

  1. Must be a Kenyan Citizen
  2. Be a holder of at least a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya
  3. Possession of a Master’s degree will be an added advantage
  4. Satisfy the requirements of Chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya
  5. Have knowledge, experience and a distinguished career of not less than ten (10) years in the field relevant to the portfolio of the department to which the person is being appointed.
  6. Shall not hold any other state or public office.
  7. Must be computer literate.

NOTE: In order to fulfill requirements of chapter six of the Constitution, Interested applicants for the above positions are required to obtain the following;

  • Tax compliance certificate from KRA
  • Clearance certificate from HELB
  • Clearance certificate from Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC)
  • Certificate of good conduct from Criminal Investigation Department
  • Clearance from Credit Reference Bureau (CRB)

Copies of these clearances MUST be attached to the Applications.

Terms of Service: Contract

Salary: As per Salaries and Remuneration Commission Guideline

Marsabit County is an equal opportunity employer.

Women and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Applicants should submit their applications together with copies of their detailed Curriculum Vitae, Academic and Professional Certificates, Testimonials, National Identity Card or Passport, and clearance Certificates (in compliance with chapter six) in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the left side the position being applied for should reach the undersigned on or before 11th September, 2017 by close of business.

Office of the Governor,
County Government of Marsabit
P.O Box 384-60500

Or the application can be sent to:

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Download the PDF advert here:  CECs Job Advert 2017

The Governor Elect takes oath of office


The Marsabit County Governor elect H.E Mohamud Mohamed Ali and his deputy H.E Solomon Gubo Riwe today took oath of office before Justice Francis Gikonyo at Marsabit Moi Girls High School.

The governor elect assured county residents that, politics of exclusion will have no place in his administration, adding that the county’s ethnic diversity should not be a barrier to peace and development as he takes mantle of county leadership. The county boss wholeheartedly thanked county residents for upholding peace before,during and after election, assuring them fair and just leadership. Governor Ali urged county residents to watch and embrace peace at all times, telling them that without peace nothing worthy can be achieved. The deputy governor elect Solomon Gubo who emphasised on government’s service to all,told the residents that the current reign of leadership is after development but not politics which he said is over.

The Marsabit County commissioner Magu Mutindika who thanked county residents for cherishing peace during electioneering period and after,informed the county populace that “Mashindano sio vita Bali ni Sera” and thus peace is what every leader and resident must uphold. Mutindika advised,”Let people not go overboard nor cross boarders as they celebrate their gained victory”. The Marsabit County Inter-Faith leaders led by Marsabit Catholic Bishop Peter Kiara, having shown the inauguration ceremony participants an egg,told the leaders elect that Marsabit County is like an egg that has life and aspiration,urging leaders to care of its flock as they execute their chosen role of serving the diversed communities of Marsabit.

By Boru Molmolla-the Marsabit County Communication



Tenders are invited from registered and competent suppliers for the supply and delivery of the following goods, works and services to the County Government of Marsabit as and when required for the year ending 30th June, 2018.

MBT/COU/01/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of office stationery Reserved
MBT/COU/02/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of water pipes and fittings Reserved
MBT/COU/03/2017-2018 Provision of equipment hire, vehicle hire and water tankering. Open
MBT/COU/04/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of office furniture Reserved
MBT/COU/05/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of paints and distempers Open
MBT/COU/06/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of tyres and tubes Open
MBT/COU/07/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of uniforms Reserved
MBT/COU/08/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of building materials and general hardware Open
MBT/COU/09/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of cereals, pulses and miscellaneous food stuff Open
MBT/COU/10/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of newspapers Reserved
MBT/COU/11/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of various airtime cards Reserved
MBT/COU/12/2017-2018 Provision of Motor Vehicle Insurance (registered with Insurance Regulatory Authority) Open
MBT/COU/13/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of pharmaceuticals and non-pharmaceuticals items. Open
MBT/COU/14/2017-2018 Provision of Air Conditioning Services Open
MBT/COU/15/2017-2018 Repair of office machines and equipment’s Open
MBT/COU/16/2017-2018 Provision of Air Ticketing Services Open
MBT/COU/17/2017-2018 Supply of Oil, Petrol and Lubricants Open
MBT/COU/18/2017-2018 Supply of Electrical Materials Reserved
MBT/COU/19/2017-2018 Supply, delivery and maintenance of computers and computer accessories. Reserved
MBT/COU/20/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of farm inputs, herbicides and insecticides Open
MBT/COU/21/2017-2018 Provision of Hotel and Conference Services Open
MBT/COU/22/2017-2018 Provision for Garage, Motor Vehicles, Graders and Tractor Repairs Open
MBT/COU/23/2017-2018 Provision of Borehole, Dams and Water Pans construction services Open
MBT/COU/24/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of sanitary towels, sanitary handling and disposal services Reserved
MBT/COU/25/2017-2018 Provision of Catering services Open
MBT/COU/26/2017-2018 Supply, delivery and installation of CCTV and Security screening services Open
MBT/COU/27/2017-2018 Provision of emergency response services Open
MBT/COU/28/2017-2018 Provision of Engineering consultancy services Open
MBT/COU/29/2017-2018 Supply, delivery, installation and maintenance of firefighting equipment Open
MBT/COU/30/2017-2018 Provision of general consultancy services Open
MBT/COU/31/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of laboratory equipment, re-agents, chemicals and glassware Open
MBT/COU/32/2017-2018 Provision of legal services Open
MBT/COU/33/2017-2018 Provision of landscaping services Open
MBT/COU/34/2017-2018 Supply, delivery and installation of general medical equipment and fittings Open
MBT/COU/35/2017-2018 Repair and maintenance of PABX, telecommunication equipment Reserved
MBT/COU/36/2017-2018 Provision of road construction and civil works Open
MBT/COU/37/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of road work materials Open
MBT/COU/38/2017-2018 Provision of solar lighting equipment and installation Reserved
MBT/COU/39/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of sport items Reserved
MBT/COU/40/2017-2018 Supply, delivery and installation of Generators Reserved
MBT/COU/41/2017-2018 Supply and delivery of timber and related products Reserved
MBT/COU/42/2017-2018 Provision of cleaning materials Reserved
MBT/COU/43/2017-2018 Provision of building materials Open
MBT/COU/44/2017-2018 Provision of building construction, renovation, plumbing, welding, metal and electrical services Open
MBT/COU/45/2017-2018 Provision of Training services Open
MBT/COU/46/2017-2018 Provision of fumigation and pest control services Reserved
MBT/COU/47/2017-2018 Provision of auctioneering services (registered firms with valid practicing certificate) Open
MBT/COU/48/2017-2018 Provision of assets and property valuation services Open
MBT/COU/49/2017-2018 Provision of courier and postage services Open


  • Reserved – refers to Youth, Women and Persons with disability firms or individuals. The reserved group firms should be registered with the National Treasury and proof of the same attached in the registration documents being submitted.
  • Interested eligible bidders may inspect the tender documents at the Procurement Office during normal working hours as from 13th July, 2017. A complete set of tender documents may be obtained by interested tenderers upon payment of a non – refundable fee of Kshs 1000 (One thousand shillings only) in form of banker’s cheque payable to Marsabit County Government. Documents may also be downloaded from the county website free of charge.
  • Completed tender documents are to be enclosed in plain sealed envelope clearly marked with tender name, reference number and deposited in the tender box at procurement office or be addressed to: –




P.O. Box 384-60500



So as to be received on or before, Friday 28th July 2017 at 10.00am. Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter at the Boardroom in the presence of Tenderers/Representatives who wish to attend.

  • Any form of canvassing is not allowed and can lead to automatic disqualification.
  • The County Government of Marsabit reserves the right to accept or reject any tender in either whole or in part and does not bind itself to accept any tender or to give reasons for its rejection.


Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Development

The agriculture and livestock sub-sector plays an important role in the county’s development agenda contributing approximately 60 per cent to the economy and employing 70 per cent of the rural population. The county government is aware that to reduce poverty and uplift the standards of living of the people, there is need to invest substantively in this sector. The sector received Kshs.317.28 million in FY 2013/14, Kshs.324.53 million in FY 2015/16 and has been allocated Kshs.314.8 million in FY 2016/17 for recurrent and development activities. The development allocation increased from Kshs.137 million in FY 2013/14 to Kshs.150.78 million in FY 2016/17 representing a budget increase of 10 per cent in three years. 

The county has made significant progress in improving agriculture through provision of farm implements to farmers across the County, improved extension services and provision of certified seeds. Since the sector is prone to the vagaries of weather and with the expected farm output during the next harvest projected to be little due to limited rainfall, the county will continue to support the sector and scale up social protection programmes. The department has already undertaken several projects including construction of modern abattoir which is ongoing, procurement and distribution of fishing gears, construction of fish cold storage facilities, provision of agricultural and livestock extension services, purchase and distribution of agricultural chemicals and support fodder production among others. 

The department intends to initiate several programmes in FY 2016/17 and FY 2017/18 to improve agricultural productivity. The potential of livestock, dairy and poultry farming, including value addition of their by-products remains untapped as a catalyst for economic transformation and the completion of the modern abbattoir is expected to greately improve livestock production. The potential for fish farming especially in Loiyangalani is huge and the department will continue to support farmers through extension and capcaity building on better fish farming methods, access to modern storage and handling facilities and these programmes will continue to be implemented in FY 2017/18.  

Trade and Enterprise Development

The department of Trade, Industry and Enterprise Development has made significant strides in promoting economic development through entrepreneurship development of SMEs by conducting youth trainings, organizing investor conference, business infrastructure development through construction of new markets in both urban and rural towns as well as Marsabit modern market which is nearing completion. Other achievements include establishment of county enterprise fund, private sector development through the revival of the Marsabit Chamber of Commerce and Industry among others. 

The county government will continue to invest more in the key areas of intervention including promotion of agri-business, youth and women empowerment, enhanced trade, tourism, industrial development, microenterprises and cooperative development. On youth and Women empowerment, the department of Trade, Industry and Enterprise Development will build on on-going youth and women support programmes to tap the creativity and knowledge of the young people so as to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation. Priority will also be given to skills development and access to credit to enable this group to be the dynamic drivers of growth and employment creation. 

Infrastructure development

In order to support a rapidly-growing economy as envisaged in the Kenya Vision 2030, the County Government has continued to sustain and expand the on-going public investments in road and water supplies.  Great strides have already been made in the road construction and rehabilitation which include construction of new roads, rehabilitation and maintenance of existing roads. Prior to the inception of the county government, there were serious road connectivity challenges where some parts of the county simply unreachable. The situation had adversely affected trade and investment. The County lacked basic infrastructure, which is considered a prerequisite for economic growth and development.  

The County government has made tremendous progress since FY 2013/14 in opening up of several towns through improvement of rural access roads and gravelling and grading of major roads in the County. Substantial amount of funds were allocated to the sector in FY 2014/15, FY 2015/16 and 2016/17 and the same will be maintained to improve the road network in the county. Upgrading of Merrille-Marsabit-Moyale road to bitumen standard is nearing completion. This major road project will indeed put Marsabit on the global map and open up the area to trade and investment and ease movement of goods and labour.  

In the year 2016/2017, the Department was allocated a total of Kshs 547,655,580 comprising of Kshs. 191,854,889 for Recurrent and Kshs. 355,800,691 for Development expenditures. The county government intends to use the money to open up at least 1500Kms of new roads, rehabilitate 550Kms of existing roads and build 14 new bridges. The county government also plans to design and upgrade to bitumen standards 4Kms of roads within Marsabit town. This is one of the flagship projects and an important deliverable for the department of roads, public works and housing.  




The County Department of Education, Skills Development, Youth and Sports intend to implement youth community services program.

The community service program targets young people who have concluded their KCSE, college and/or university training and have not had the opportunity to be employed and wish to improve their employ-ability through on job training.

The objective of the program is to have a well-structured community service program that delivers quality skills transfer to enhance youth employability in the county, create smooth transition from education and training to employment.

Applications are hereby invited from prospective qualified candidates who may wish to join the program. Limited vacancies are available

 Must be a youth aged between 18 – 35 years
 Be a holder of a minimum of KCSE certificate Grade C and above waiting to join college.
 Be holders of certificate, diploma or degree in relevant field from recognized institution of higher learning.
 Must be ready to serve for a period of six months continuously that is non renewable
 Must be a resident of Marsabit county
 Interested applicants can pick application form MY-CSP/01 from respective county ward offices during official working hours or download from county website

Sealed and dully filled forms should be returned to the undersigned through the respective Ward Offices so as to reach not later than 15th November 2016.
The Chief Officer
Skills Development, Youth and Sports
P.O. Box 384 – 60500, Marsabit

Download the application forms below

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FOR PROVISION OF STREET LIGHTING IN MARSABIT TOWN AND MOYALE, MARSABIT COUNTY, KENYA                                                                              


The County Secretary of the County Government of Marsabit intends to procure Street Lighting for Marsabit and Moyale Towns.  Qualified and competent bidders are invited to submit their Expression of Interest for the provision of Street Lighting (with associated service agreement for on-going maintenance and operation) in the towns of Marsabit and Moyale.


  1. Scope of the Street Lighting Contract:


  1. Design,
  2. Installation,
  3. Operation,
  4. Maintenance


The package for Marsabit Town shall consist of up to 4 main roads, as shall be defined in the Tender Package to be provided to the shortlisted eligible providers to be invited to bid in the tender. The package for Moyale Town shall consist of 1 main road, as shall be defined in the Tender Package to be provided to the shortlisted providers to be invited to bid in the tender. Total distance to be lighted in Marsabit and Moyale shall be in the range of 12 to 15 Kilometers.


The County aims to have Street Lighting in operation within the first quarter of 2017.  Therefore, this contract shall be tightly managed and fast tracked.


The Bidder shall take full responsibility for import, transport, supervision, and all necessary permits and approvals and to ensure timely delivery and efficient operation of the Street Lights.

  1. Proposal for the intention
  2. Company profile, detailing relevant experience,
  3. Certified copies of certificate of Incorporation/Registration,
  4. Valid tax compliance certificate,
  5. Audited financial report for the last three years. Companies that are newly formed and do not have three years of operating history, are encouraged to provide backing from (a) parent company and/or (b) create a Joint Venture or a Consortium.
  6. Compliance for Prequalification requirements.
  7. Description of the proposed Street Lighting scheme, including (but not limited to) illustrative design, list of key equipment components and features, indicative timing and duration of contract stages, and, an estimate of total contract value, broken down to indicate the cost for each element of the scope as given in section 1 of this document, and indicative timing of completion, in line with County’s fast track program for Street Lighting,
  8. Local Content maximisation, in terms of participation of local contractors and use of locally manufactured products.
  9. Name, Title, and email address of the main contact, to receive the invitation to bid via email (if the Bidder is short listed).


  1. Two original hard copies of the Expression of interest must be delivered to the address below by not later than [16th November 2016], 16:00 pm and must be clearly marked: “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PROVISION OF STREET LIGHTING IN MARSABIT TOWN AND MOYALE, MARSABIT COUNTY, KENYA                                      

Should be addressed to:


The County Secretary
County Government of Marsabit

P.O Box 384-60500

g)Soft copy of the Expression Of Interest to be sent by email to :

h)Short Listed bidders shall be notified by email within 1 week from the closing date, and, will be eligible to obtain soft copies of the Tender Information Pack in order to submit their final bid, in line with further instructions in the notification email.

Marsabit County Scholarship Fund Application Form 2016

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