The ICRC Delegation in Libya has a vacancy for:
Driver of Light vehicles
The position will be based in Misrata Sub delegation
Successful candidate will drive different types of ICRC light vehicles by strictly following internal security, safety and national traffic rules in the area of responsibility (AoR), Transports people and/or material as instructed. Checks equipment on attributed cars e.g. spare tire, first aid kit and other equipment and ensures proper fuelling and cleaning.
Transports: Drives different types of ICRC light vehicles and transports people and/or material as instructed, including weekends and evening duties. Loads and unloads vehicles when necessary and ensures that the goods are loaded safely and in accordance pay load limit of the vehicle. He is responsible for proper delivery of the cargo as requested and obtains transport documents for all cargo transported. Ensures that passengers and cargo on board have all the necessary authorizations and documents available .Controls attributed vehicle and avoid misuse.
Vehicle checking and maintenance: Checks regularly the mechanical condition of the vehicle at the beginning of every working day: this check includes fluid levels, wheels, tires, lights, inspects for eventual leaking of fuel and oil, checks body condition. Ensures permanent cleanliness of vehicle .Performs field trip checks and ensures timely preparation of vehicle as per standards.
Security / Safety: Follows all internal ICRC safety and security rules and regulations. Establishes communication through telephone when required. Is sensitive to security and road safety situation and reports any danger or incident to the Team Leader during field trips, and to his supervisor back at the office. Respects the local traffic laws and represent the institution in a proper manner & avoids use of mobile phones while driving and respects radio communication procedures. Avoids driving on hazardous roads or tracks .Makes sure that vehicle is parked in safe area all the time. Uses the seat belt and ensures passengers are using them as well. Drives only ICRC goods and personnel in ICRC vehicles unless instructed differently by superior. Ensuring that no weapons are carried out on board ICRC vehicles. Respects traffic rules and ICRC speed limits.
Reporting: Reports technical car defects and missing equipment immediately to the Fleet responsible. Maintains the logbook of the vehicles. Reports changes in security or road safety situation immediately to his superior. Reports any incident / accident immediately and ensures the timely establishment and submission of the relevant report.
Other activities: Drives in such a way that the fuel consumption is minimized (select proper gear etc.).Checks vehicle condition (ensures clean Air & Fuel-filter etc.) to minimize pollution. Ensures refueling of vehicle without spilling fuel or oil on the ground. Replaces other drivers during their absence. Performs any other activities upon request of immediate supervisor. Supervises and trains junior drivers to ensure the continuous capacity building in terms of driving techniques, internal regulations and radio communication.
Required background, skills and experience:
Primary school level.
2-4 years of working experience in driving light vehicles.
Ability to Change Up Shifts ( work through nights )
Masters four wheel drive vehicles and use of ICRC communication equipment (when required)
Basic knowledge of written and spoken Arabic and English
Very good communication skills
Driving license for at least 5 years without suspension.
Basic mechanical skills
Ability to work in a team
Capacity to apply ICRC rules and procedure
Service oriented and flexible
Interest for humanitarian activities (especially ICRC’s).
ICRC is a humanitarian organization, which works to protect and assist victims of armed conflicts. The position within the institution requires to convey/carry a certain image of the ICRC, ICRC expects its employees to behave in an appropriate manner at all times and in all places. All members of staff should ensure their attitudes correspond to ICRC principles both during and after working hours.
We offer a rewarding and enriching work opportunity in a humanitarian and international environment with initial training and on-boarding.
Official working hours are Sundays to Thursdays 08:30 -17:30 (one hour lunch break)
Interested candidates with the required background and experience are invited to submit their application with 2 references to firstname.lastname@example.org before 06th July 2019, with the title in the email subject “Driver in Misrata Sub delegation”.
CVs not mentioning the position in the subject line, will not be considered
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted for tests and interviews
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