ENSDA MANAGEMENT

ENSDA MANAGEMENT

MR. SAMMY NAPOROS

MR. SAMMY NAPOROS

MANAGING DIRECTOR & C.E.O E

Mr. Sammy Naporos was appointed the Managing Director of Ewaso Ngiro South Development Authority on 12th April 2016. Following his appointment, he effectively joined the Board as per the Authority’s Act Cap 447 of the Laws of Kenya, Subsection (1) (m). Previously, Mr. Sammy Naporos served as the Authority’s Planning Manager during the period 2012 to 2015. He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Project Planning and Management of Nairobi University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration of United States International University- Africa. He also holds a Diploma in Business Administration of Ramogi Institute of Advanced Technology, Kenya. He is presently finalising a thesis towards a PhD in Development Studies, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. Mr. Naporos has over 15 years’ experience in the field of planning gained while working with the Authority, UNDP funded projects, Taretuoki Mission Trust and SCILO-KENYA. Mr. Naporos has taken several professional courses including: Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit (Nazarene University) and Certification in Monitoring and Evaluation (Kenya Institute of Management). He has also undertaken short courses, among them being; Senior Management Course (Kenya School of Government); Internal Quality Audit, ISO 19011 (SHEQ International Management Consultants) and Budgeting, Forecasting, Planning & Cost Control Management (Brainstorm Management Consultants)

MARY OMWOYO

MARY OMWOYO

CHIEF MANAGER FINANCE

  • Principal Deputy to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
  • A member of the senior management committee
  • Head of Department with delegated executive authority from the Chief Executive Officer
  • Manage the overall work process of the finance and supply chain functions by ensuring effective work assignment, supervision and performance monitoring and appraisal of staff.
  • Developing sound financial management manuals, policies, procedures and mechanisms that increase efficiency in management of Authority’s financial resources and minimize financial risk
  • Managing the Authority’s financial accounting, monitoring and reporting systems
  • Enforcing compliance with financial and other related statutory regulations and legislation.
  • Ensure value for money in the procurement of goods and services
  • Management of the Authority’s Pension & Benefits Schemes
  • Member/Chairperson of respective assigned management committees
RICHARD TANKILLE

RICHARD TANKILLE

CHIEF MANAGER, HR & ADMINISTRATION

  • Principal Deputy to the Managing Director
  • Development of long range strategic Human resource planning and innovations
  • Initiate innovative strategies to promote staff productivity and growth of the
  • Develop and communicate organizational values to all levels 180
  • Design a reward structure that is reflective of a dynamic business environment and up-to-date modes of working in a competitive environment
  • Formulate strategic employee recruitment and retention plans
  • Design staff training and talent development programs
  • Initiate collaborative strategies with fellow executives and other stakeholders
  • Support management by providing human resource advice
  • Keep abreast with latest industry trends and best practices to ensure optimal performance of the department and organisation
  • Prepare Department’s Work plan and budget;
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual sectional reports
  • Chair departmental meetings
  • Participate in committee meetings as appropriate
PETER BW’OGERO

PETER BW’OGERO

CHIEF MANAGER, HR & ADMINISTRATION

  • Principal Deputy to the Managing Director
  • Head of Department with delegated executive authority from the MD.
  • Assigns work to professional staff and ensures appropriate training is provided.
  • Advise the Management on matters relating to planning, research and development and provide professional and technical advice as required.
  • Responsible for the maintenance, development and assisting in the implementation of all statutory and non-statutory plans as pertinent to the work of the department committees
  • Ensure the provision of timely professional advice to the management on matters relating to the progress of the department.
  • Responsible for conducting performance appraisals, promote continuing professional development of staff within the department and setting standards of performance and to monitor achievement
  • Keep the Management advised of any developing issues.
  • Keep service related systems and procedures under review and implement changes where appropriate, including the use of new technology in delivering the planning, research and development service.
  • Oversee the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual sectional reports
  • Conduct departmental meetings
  • Participate in committee meetings as appropriate
ENG.ISAAC KIIRU

ENG.ISAAC KIIRU

CHIEF MANAGER, TECHNICAL SERVICES & OPERATIONS

  • Principal deputy to Managing Director
  • Member of the Senior Management Committee
  • Member/Chairperson of respective assigned functional committees
  • Coordinating operations of the Technical services and Operation Department.
  • Providing technical direction for development, design and implementation of projects.
  • Providing overall leadership in, coordination, management and supervision of specific technical services and operation including Engineering works
  • Providing guidelines in construction of works necessary for protection and utilization of water and soils in the area.
  • Ensuring prudent resource utilization and management for effective and efficient projects implementation.
  • Providing Strategic leadership to the technical Services and operations staff and Skills development

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