Will be responsible for driving project vehicle/personnel and ensuring high safety and security standards while also rendering logistic support.
Handle and drive allocated vehicle in a professional manner: being courteous and professional to all passengers.
Ensure that vehicle allocated is clean, in good working condition, and that registration documents are valid and up-to-date.
Ensure and adhere to security measures arid maximum safety standards for all journeys, especially during early morning or late night trips.
Adhere to the roster and schedule for the drivers to ensure effective distribution and execution of tasks.
Working with the Lead Transport Officer, collate, screen and process staff requests for vehicles and respond appropriately as may be required.
Assist staff with gear or luggage as required, particularly at airport pick-ups or drop-offs.
Undertake the dispatch of letters, parcels and any other consignment, and assist in running errands (or the office,
Undertake logistics assignments arid tasks as may be assigned by the Senior Logistics Officer arid I-lead of Operations
Perform any other duties that may be assigned
* The contract duration is two years. The start dates will be December 2013 for the January 2014, with a probation period of 3 months.
Minimum of 2 years working experience in an NGO or in a related environment in a transport capacity.
Good knowledge of Nigerian road network, traffic rules and regulations.
Fluency in spoken and written English.
Energetic and personable.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Possess friendly and service-oriented personality.
Ability to Work with minimal supervision, take initiative and make sound judgement.
Ability to analyse, interpret critical situations arid make sound decisions.
Secondary school certificate, though a higher certificate will be an advantage.
Possession of a valid National Driver’s License