Driver, Kibuye, Rwanda

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vehicle and report immediately if any equipment is damaged or missing.
 Make sure the dressing uniform is regurly respected.
 Respect the traffic rules and regulations for safe driving.
 Drive WFP trucks and other vehicles for which you hold a valid driver’s license on official assignments countrywide.
 Ensure that WFP food commodities and non-food items are transported to the destination and consignee specified on the WFP waybill without pilferage, damage, or any undue delay.
 Obtain the signature of the consignee on the WFP waybill upon delivery of cargo (food and non-food items) to the specified destination and return the signed waybill to the origin warehouse.
 Detect mechanical and electrical faults on the vehicles and report them immediately to the Fleet Manager.
 Carry out preventative maintenance on your truck and assist with basic servicing. d9vOArQ u3CC1
 Report any accident/incident or damage to the vehicle to the supervisor as soon as possible.
 Report all pilferage and damages to commodities without delay to the supervisor.
 Act as security during the loading and off-loading of the vehicle
 Ensure that the vehicle first aid kit is not abused and is replenished as and when required.
 Check daily the serviceability of all communications equipment, first aid kits, fire extinguishers, toolkits and any other equipment that may be fitted in the vehicle and report immediately if any equipment is damaged or missing.
 Follow the rules and regulations for safe driving.
 Comply with vehicle tracking communications procedures and notify WFP base of any security incidents promptly. 21. Perform any other duties as requested by the supervisor, as and when required.


 Completion of secondary school education.
 Formal drivers training with a valid driving license/certification to operate assigned vehicle following local rules and regulations.
 Driving license category B is mandatory and additional categories (C and D) will be an advantage

 Two or more years of work experience as a Driver, preferably in an international organization, embassy or UN system with a demonstrated safe driving record.
 Experience in driving a variety of makes and models of vehicles, including vans, trucks and other kinds of motorised vehicles.
 Experience in defensive driving is desirable.
Knowledge and Skills

 Knowledge of driving rules and regulations, chauffeur protocol and courtesies, local roads/waterways and conditions, and security issues.
 Knowledge of the vehicle loading capacity and other parameters.
 Knowledge of safety standards and safety equipment (e.g. fire extinguishers, buoyant wearable safety devices, etc.).
 Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
 Basic skills to assist in case of emergency, knowledge of first aid basic methods.
 Knowledge and ability to use radio, email, telephone, and other applications.
 Ability to assess vehicles for mechanical fitness and skills in minor vehicle repairs.
 Ability to demonstrate a client-oriented approach, high sense of responsibility, courtesy and tact.
Language: Fluency (level C) in the UN language in use at the duty station


11th January 2024

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