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Job purpose

Drivers are a key part of the Malaria Consortium team and our drivers need to be enthusiastic people who are reliable and able to drive safely, this job holder is responsible for operating the vehicle and ensures general safety of assigned vehicle.

Scope of work

The driver would be responsible for picking up and driving the project officials, pickups and other scheduled appointments. And also will be responsible for performing minor maintenance tasks on the vehicles to assure the functionality of the vehicle.

Key working relationships

The officer working under the line-management of the Admin Officer. Would deliver aspects of the project as per the specified job tasks and expected deliverables.

Key accountabilities

1. Safely transport persons and goods (70%)

· Transport safely Malaria Consortium employees and goods as directed by the line manager

· Always be in possession of a valid driving license and personal identification

· Respect and observe the Nigeria traffic regulations, speed limits and adjust speed according to road and risk conditions (for example, when driving in villages or populated areas)

· Observe Malaria Consortium standard operating procedures for vehicles

· Observe the manufacturer technical conditions of use for all vehicles

· Report any accident immediately to line manager and the nearest police station for purpose of insurance claims

· Assist in loading and off-loading, and fetching water

· Ensure safety of vehicles assigned to you at all times

· Ensure passengers wear seat belts at all times

2. Vehicle maintenance and checklist for field trips (20%)

· Responsible for daily and weekly preventive maintenance and report to the line manager any problems with vehicles

· Ensure vehicles are always on full fuel tanks

· Diligently and promptly update the movement and fuel consumption logbook

· Furnish the logbook to the line manager as and when required to facilitate preparation of monthly vehicle and fuel consumption reports

· Always ensure the vehicle insurance and licenses are valid before driving any vehicle

· Alert line manager when service and maintenance schedules are due

· Clean the vehicle inside and outside as and when necessary/ keep your vehicle clean externally and internally at all the times

· Check that items mentioned in the logbook are in the vehicle before leaving

· Perform daily vehicle pre–departure checks to include fuel, engine oil, coolant, lights, tyres, horn, tools and equipment, brakes, windows and mirrors, etc.

· When a field trip is planned, the driver has to inspect and prepare the vehicle the day before leaving and be ready for scheduled departure time

· The driver has also to prepare additional materials according to trip needs (for example, additional fuel tank, stickers, flag, medical and food kits, additional spare tyres)

· Conduct daily, weekly and monthly vehicle check

· Behave in a professional manner at all the times with the understanding that the public associates your behaviour with Malaria Consortium

· Ensures the official vehicles are safely parked within the office environment and approved sites at all times

3. Security, communication and miscellaneous duties (10%)

· Ensure the vehicle radio communication is in good working condition

· Maintain regular radio communication with the base station while travelling away from the base. Radios should be switched on for communications at all times

· Observe and ensure adherence with security guidelines in the programme area of operation

· Assist Logistics Officer and colleagues in gathering security information analysis especially pertaining to routes to be travelled. To advise the logistician on the security of such routes and whether Malaria Consortium vehicle should travel or not on a given route

· Promptly report all relevant security incidents/concerns to the Logistics Officer

· Carry out other delegated tasks using Malaria Consortium vehicles. Theses may range from mail delivery, payment of bills, picking or dropping of staff or visitors and other similar tasks

· Organise the assigned task in the most efficient and effective manner, so as to minimize vehicle use (fuel consumption, wear and tear)

· Carry out any other duties as requested by the Logistics Officer and any senior staff

· Follow Malaria Consortium’s security protocol at all times

Person specification

Qualifications and experience:

Essential

· Minimum Qualification of O’ Level Certificate

· Honest, hardworking and pleasant personality with effective interpersonal skills

· Fluent in English

· Full driving licence

· Previous experience working as a driver

Work-based skills and competencies:

Essential

· Honest, hardworking and pleasant personality with effective interpersonal skills

Desirable

· Knowledge/skills of basic mechanics

· Willingness to learn about security protocols

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Malaria Consortium is an international non-profit organisation specialising in the comprehensive control of malaria and other communicable diseases – particularly those affecting children under five. Its headquarters are in the United Kingdom, with regional offices in Africa and Asia, and country offices in Cambodia, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, South Sudan, Thailand and Uganda. Malaria Consortium has until recently also worked in Ghana, Senegal and Zambia.

Established in 2003, Malaria Consortium works in Africa and Asia and aims to combat malaria and neglected tropical diseases and improve child health. It is a specialist technical organisation that works with governments and partners to strengthen health service delivery.

Malaria control is central to Malaria Consortium’s strategy, but the organisation also undertakes complementary work on child health, including integrated community case management of childhood illness, nutrition and the control of neglected tropical diseases. The organisation aims to improve access to healthcare for communities in Africa and Asia, including children under five, pregnant women and migrant populations.

It supports a range of programmes in disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment; disease control and elimination; health systems strengthening; research, monitoring and evaluation and surveillance; behaviour change communication: and national and international advocacy, and policy development.

Malaria Consortium began as a research consortium within the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and was originally funded solely by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), (the Overseas Development Administration before 1997).

Malaria Consortium publishes research in open access and scholarly journals. The organisation also produces learning materials which aim to support the advancement of policy and practice.

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0 USD Zamfara CF 3201 Abc road Fixed Term , 40 hours per week Malaria Consortium

Job purpose

Drivers are a key part of the Malaria Consortium team and our drivers need to be enthusiastic people who are reliable and able to drive safely, this job holder is responsible for operating the vehicle and ensures general safety of assigned vehicle.

Scope of work

The driver would be responsible for picking up and driving the project officials, pickups and other scheduled appointments. And also will be responsible for performing minor maintenance tasks on the vehicles to assure the functionality of the vehicle.

Key working relationships

The officer working under the line-management of the Admin Officer. Would deliver aspects of the project as per the specified job tasks and expected deliverables.

Key accountabilities

1. Safely transport persons and goods (70%)

· Transport safely Malaria Consortium employees and goods as directed by the line manager

· Always be in possession of a valid driving license and personal identification

· Respect and observe the Nigeria traffic regulations, speed limits and adjust speed according to road and risk conditions (for example, when driving in villages or populated areas)

· Observe Malaria Consortium standard operating procedures for vehicles

· Observe the manufacturer technical conditions of use for all vehicles

· Report any accident immediately to line manager and the nearest police station for purpose of insurance claims

· Assist in loading and off-loading, and fetching water

· Ensure safety of vehicles assigned to you at all times

· Ensure passengers wear seat belts at all times

2. Vehicle maintenance and checklist for field trips (20%)

· Responsible for daily and weekly preventive maintenance and report to the line manager any problems with vehicles

· Ensure vehicles are always on full fuel tanks

· Diligently and promptly update the movement and fuel consumption logbook

· Furnish the logbook to the line manager as and when required to facilitate preparation of monthly vehicle and fuel consumption reports

· Always ensure the vehicle insurance and licenses are valid before driving any vehicle

· Alert line manager when service and maintenance schedules are due

· Clean the vehicle inside and outside as and when necessary/ keep your vehicle clean externally and internally at all the times

· Check that items mentioned in the logbook are in the vehicle before leaving

· Perform daily vehicle pre–departure checks to include fuel, engine oil, coolant, lights, tyres, horn, tools and equipment, brakes, windows and mirrors, etc.

· When a field trip is planned, the driver has to inspect and prepare the vehicle the day before leaving and be ready for scheduled departure time

· The driver has also to prepare additional materials according to trip needs (for example, additional fuel tank, stickers, flag, medical and food kits, additional spare tyres)

· Conduct daily, weekly and monthly vehicle check

· Behave in a professional manner at all the times with the understanding that the public associates your behaviour with Malaria Consortium

· Ensures the official vehicles are safely parked within the office environment and approved sites at all times

3. Security, communication and miscellaneous duties (10%)

· Ensure the vehicle radio communication is in good working condition

· Maintain regular radio communication with the base station while travelling away from the base. Radios should be switched on for communications at all times

· Observe and ensure adherence with security guidelines in the programme area of operation

· Assist Logistics Officer and colleagues in gathering security information analysis especially pertaining to routes to be travelled. To advise the logistician on the security of such routes and whether Malaria Consortium vehicle should travel or not on a given route

· Promptly report all relevant security incidents/concerns to the Logistics Officer

· Carry out other delegated tasks using Malaria Consortium vehicles. Theses may range from mail delivery, payment of bills, picking or dropping of staff or visitors and other similar tasks

· Organise the assigned task in the most efficient and effective manner, so as to minimize vehicle use (fuel consumption, wear and tear)

· Carry out any other duties as requested by the Logistics Officer and any senior staff

· Follow Malaria Consortium’s security protocol at all times

Person specification

Qualifications and experience:

Essential

· Minimum Qualification of O’ Level Certificate

· Honest, hardworking and pleasant personality with effective interpersonal skills

· Fluent in English

· Full driving licence

· Previous experience working as a driver

Work-based skills and competencies:

Essential

· Honest, hardworking and pleasant personality with effective interpersonal skills

Desirable

· Knowledge/skills of basic mechanics

· Willingness to learn about security protocols

2019-09-16

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