To drive PCI Vehicles in Town and to the Field while strictly observing Local Laws and PCI Policy and Regulations relative to the use of the PCI Vehicles. To facilitate planned maintenance, routine service and minor repairs to the assigned Vehicle.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
• Manage and drive PCI Vehicles to which s/he is assigned in accordance with Local Laws and PCI Policy relative to the use of the PCI vehicles and as specified by Supervisor
• Inspect the vehicle before and after a journey to ensure that it is in a good condition in
• To verify records of all work done on each vehicle and on the respective job cards
• In collaboration with Field driver assist them on request motor Vehicle (road) licence when expire
• To carry out any other Office activities as assigned by Supervisor including errands to the Banks, the airport, the Post Office, etc.
• Secondary School Education Level
• Advanced Driver's Certificate Grade Two from the National Institute of Transport (NIT) or Vocational Education Training Authority (VHA)
• Advanced Driver's Certificate Grade One from the National Institute of Transport (NIT) or Vocational Education Training Authority (VETA) as an added advantage
• Certificate of Motor Vehicle Mechanics Grade II as an added advantage
• Valid and accident-free Class C Tanzania Driver's License Ability to speak and write in both English and Kiswahili
• At least three years' work experience in Vehicle Driving and Mechanics with other International NGOs or similar Organizations
• Women are highly recommended and encouraged to apply as well
HOW TO APPLY:
Please visit our website at www.pciglobal.org and click on the "Careers" link under the About Us tab. This will take you to PCl's Career Portal. Click on the employment opportunities tab and then click on Search Current Openings to find and apply for either of these open positions with PCI Tanzania.
A first review of candidates will happen after August 19, 2017
PCI is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Only Successful Candidate will be contacted
Source: The Guardian 11 August 2017