• Directorate of Corporate Services

    This directorate will have the following departments:-

    • Finance Department
    • Human Resources and Administration
    • Procurement Department
    • Information Communication and Technology (ICT


  • Directorate of Remuneration Analysis

    This directorate has the following departments:-

    • Remuneration AnalysisDepartment: The core functions of the department include:
    1. Planning, managing, and directing remuneration and benefits  administration;
    2. Undertaking of grading and classification structures for the various institutions under SRC mandate;
    3. Setting and advising on remuneration and benefits and other emoluments as deemed necessary;
    4. Undertaking remuneration and benefits analysis;
    5. Coordinating of compensation surveys that inform remuneration and benefit structures;
    6. Liaising with stakeholder organisations that provide data on remuneration and benefits, and other information required;
    7. Ensuring maintenance of accurate data and information on remuneration and benefits;
    8. Undertaking stakeholder capacity building on issues of remuneration and benefits structures; and
    9. Management of performance and productivity data.


    • PensionDepartment: The core functions of the department include:
    1. Carrying out analysis to inform pension review;
    2. Liaising with stakeholder organisations that provide data on pension and other information required; and
    3. Ensuring maintenance of accurate data and information on pension.
  • Directorate of Research, Compliance, Policy and Planning

    This directorate will have the following departments:-

    • Research and Compliance Department:The department is responsible for the following functions:
    1. Planning, coordinating and executing all research activitieswithin the Commission;
    2. Identifying areas of improvements and develop new methodologies to improve on the Commissions programmes;
    3. Liaising with user departments in preparation of research objectives and deliverables;
    4. Adopting the latest developments in research tools and techniques to ensure that research deliverables meet quality standards and requirements; 
    5. Analysing and resolving research issues promptly and accurately;
    6. Developing and maintaining policies and procedures for the operation of the Compliance function of the Commission;
    7. Responding to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and standards by evaluating or recommending the initiation of investigative procedures; 
    8. Identifying potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk; 
    9. Developing  and overseeing a system for uniform handling of non-compliance;
    10. Providing reports on a regular basis, and as directed or requested, to keep the Commissioners and management informed of the operation and progress of compliance efforts; and
    11. Monitoring compliance and undertaking appropriate measures.


    • Policy and Planning Department:The core functions of the department include:
    1. Coordination of development and review of remuneration and benefits policy framework;
    2. Coordination of development and review of pensionspolicy framework; 
    3. Identification of key issues and key collaborators for SRC policyadvocacy and planning work; and
    4. Develop requisite linkages to enable SRC to influence national policy on remuneration and benefits.
  • Management Team

        Mrs. Anne R. Gitau  
        Commission Secretary/CEO    
    Ms. Grace Ogembo    Mr. John Kennedy Monyoncho Ms. Margaret Njoka
    Director: Remuneration Analysis  

    Director: Research Compliance
    Policy & Planning

    Director: Corporate Services


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