DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Specific duties and responsibilities at this level will entail:
Driving the vehicle as authorized;
Carrying out minor mechanical adjustments;
Detecting and reporting malfunctioning of the vehicle systems;
Security and safety of the vehicle on and off the road;
Ensuring safety of passengers and/or goods therein;
Maintaining cleanliness of the vehicle;
Maintaining the work tickets for vehicles assigned;
messengerial duties; and
Coaching and guiding drivers below them;
REQUIREMENTS FOR APPOINTMENT
For appointment to this grade an officer must have:-
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade D (Plain) or its approved equivalent from a recognized institution;
Occupational Trade Test I Certificate for Drivers;
Valid driving license free from any current endorsements(s) for classes of the vehicles the driver is required to drive;
Valid Certificate of Good Conduct from the Kenya Police Service;
First Aid Certificate course lasting not less than one (1) week from St. Johns Ambulance or any other equivalent institution;
Defensive Driving Certificate from the Automobile Association of Kenya (AA) or its equivalent qualification from a recognized institution;
Refresher course for drivers lasting not less than one (1) week every three (3) years from Kenya Institute of Highways and Building Technology or any other recognized institution;
Certificate course in customer care lasting not less than one (1) week;
Demonstrated outstanding professional competence, good conduct, and respect and integrity in work performance; and
At least nine (9) years relevant experience.
Terms of Offer:
An attractive remuneration package commensurate with the responsibilities of the position will be negotiated with the successful candidate. Successful candidates in job grades PCF2 and PCF3 will be engaged on a five (5) years contractrenewable based on performance.
Method of Application
Suitably qualified and experienced individuals should submit applications enclosing a detailed curriculum vitae (CV), copies of relevant academic and professional certificates/testimonials and a copy of National Identity Card.
The CV must at the minimum provide details of the applicant’s email address, day-time mobile telephone numbers, details of current employer, current remuneration and names and contacts of three (3) referees familiar with the applicant’s professional background and experience.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to produce the following statutory documents during the interview:
The Managing Trustee
Policyholders Compensation Fund
Zep-Re Place, 2nd Floor
Longonot Road, Upper Hill
P.O. Box 24203 – 00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Applications must be received by close of business on 12th February 2021.