Geothermal Development Company (GDC) in Kenya seeking to fill position of CEO

Drilling crew at Menengai, Kenya (source: flickr/ GDC5000)
Alexander Richter 1 Feb 2016

Kenya's Geothermal Development Company (GDC) is seeking to fill the position of CEO as a job announcement of yesterday announced.

Kenya’s state-owned Geothermal Development Company (GDC) is seeking a new CEO.

Following corruption allegations against several top employees and including the company’s CEO last year, the company is currently managed by an interim CEO.

GDC founded around exploration, drilling and development of geothermal resources, yesterday invited applications from qualified candidates, in a process which will close on February 12.

The successful candidate will serve for a period of three years, which is renewable once.

“The chief executive will be expected to ensure and uphold best practice corporate governance structures and systems in line with GDC’s core values, establish effective internal monitoring and control systems in executing the strategy and develop and nurture a dynamic and competent workforce through a robust performance-driven culture,” GDC said.

Source: The Star