The National Crime Research Centre is a State Corporation under the office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice. Its mandate is to research into Crime, causes of crime, its prevention and disseminate the research findings to Agencies concerned with the administration of Criminal Justice.

Following the Practical interviews carried out on 7th June 2018 for Accountant II and Internal Auditor I positions, the following candidates have been shortlisted to attend oral interviews on Friday 29th  June 2018 from 8:00am at NCRC Boardroom.

To view the shortlisted names, click here

You are required to come with your identification card, original academic and professional certificates on the day of the interviews.


The National Crime Research Act, Chapter 62, Laws of Kenya established the National Crime Research Centre (NCRC), which is a State Corporation under the Office of the Attorney General & Department of Justice.

The objects of the Centre are to carry out research into the causes of crime, and its prevention and to disseminate research findings and recommendations to agencies of Government concerned with the administration of criminal justice with a view to assisting them in their policy formulation and planning.

The Centre seeks to recruit competent and highly motivated Kenyans to fill the following positions on permanent and pensionable terms of service.

Kindly download and fill the attached job application form.NCRC JOB APPLICATION FORM.

  1. ADVERT. NO. 1/ NCRC/2/2018

         Internal Auditor I – NCRC 6

(a) Duties and Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Senior Auditor, the appointee will: –

  1. Reviewing operational practices, procedures and systems and recommending remedial action.
  2. Pre-auditing of payment vouchers.
  3. Any other related duties assigned.

      (b) Requirements for Appointment

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

  1. Served satisfactorily in the grade of Internal Auditor II for a minimum period of three (3) years.
  2. Obtained professional qualification of at least CPA (K) or its equivalent or Bachelor’s degree in Commerce.
  3. been a registered member of the Institute of Internal Auditors.
  4. Demonstrated merit and ability in work performance and results.

    2.     ADVERT. NO. 2/ NCRC/2/2018

    Accountant II      – NCRC 7

    (a) Duties and Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Accountant I, the appointee will be: –

  • Safeguarding the Centre’s cash and cheque books.
  • Timely submitting statutory and other deductions.
  • Making prompt and accurate payments.
  • Withdrawing funds from the Centre’s account for official use.
  • Keeping custody of collection.

 (b) Requirements for Appointment

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Accounting option)/Business Administration or any other relevant field.


  1. CPA III

      NOTE:   Salary for each grade is commensurate with NCRC Salary Structure.

Applicants should submit the following: –

  • Dully filled NCRC Application Form together with detailed Curriculum Vitae including names of three referees and full contacts (name, Post Office Box Number, email address, and telephone/mobile phone contact;
  • Copies of academic certificates and testimonials;
  • Copies of Certificate of Good Conduct from Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Clearance Certificate from Higher Education Loans Board (HELB), Ethic and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC), Tax Compliance Certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and any other Professional Body which the candidate is a member.

Applications without the relevant qualifications and supporting documents as required will not be considered.

All applications should indicate job reference numbers and be send to;

The Director /CEO

National Crime Research Centre

ACK Garden Annex

1st Ngong Avenue, Off Bishop’s Road

P.O. Box 21180-00100


The application should to reach the Director/CEO not later than 5.00 pm on Wednesday, 21st March, 2018.

Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and any form of Canvassing for these positions will lead to automatic disqualification.

National Crime Research Centre is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and gender equality.

Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.