Driver Cum Mechanics at Peace Corps Tanzania



The Driver Mechanic is responsible for driving safely on official business for Peace Corps Tanzania. As a member of Peace Corps Tanzania's motor pool, the Driver Mechanic ensures assigned vehicle(s) are maintained and roadworthy. The duties of this position will sometimes require the incumbent to work beyond normal working hours, and travel extensively throughout Tanzania and occasionally to neighboring countries. This position will be subject to a three-month probationary period.
Duties and Responsibilities Include:
Safely drive staff, volunteers and guests in official Peace Corps Tanzania vehicles, obey all traffic laws, only drive vehicles which have been checked and cleared as road worthy, and accurately log all vehicle trips in the Vehicle Log Books.
• Ensure adequate fuel, supplies and resources for all trips.
• Ensure the security of Peace Corps vehicles by locking vehicles and parking vehicles in secure areas.
• Perform daily/weekly mechanic checks as per checklist for all assigned vehicles.
• Perform regular maintenance and minor repairs and troubleshooting.
• Other tasks as assigned by the Director of Management .. &• Operation and/or his/her appointee.

Minimum Qualification
Form four certificate with class C driving license; mechanics certificate from a recognized institution; driving and experience of at least 4 years with a clean record are required.
Knowledge of roads and towns throughout Tanzania; good spoken English; ability to work with minimal supervision; Able to use word processing and other software would be an added advantage


Please forward your applications with current phone number through below and put the position title in the subject field. Or. deliver applications to The Director of Management and Operations, US Peace Corps, P. 0. Box 9123, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, to reach no later than September 2, 2016. To apply applicants must send a cover letter; CV(preferably with references); copies of license and certificates, a contact telephone number, email and/or address; and any other relevant documents. Applicants not contacted by
September 2, 2016 can assume their applications were unsuccessful

Source: The Guardian 19 August, 2016

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