INTRODUCTION : -
job opportunity is available at British High Commission (BHC) for individuals who possess relevant qualifications.
Main Purpose of Job
To provide transport services for staff and visitors of the British High Commission (1HMG) to and from assigned destinations within Abuja and other Nigeria Region in a safe, efficient and courteous manner observing all road traffic rules and post security regulations.
Perform administrative duties as may be required to support the effective running of the Abuja office and Transport operations in the Nigeria Network.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES : -
Transport Services 60% : Manage transport booking requests and communicate effectively with customers and other stakeholdersDrive 1HMG staff and visitors to meetings and functions within Abuja and Nigeria.
Conduct Airport runs to pick up / drop off 1HMG staff and visitors. Liaise with Airport officials as necessary.Undertake journeys to other states within Nigeria as necessaryPerform duties in line with post security regulationsComplete accurate journey record sheets for all journeys in official vehicles
Vehicle Maintenance and Management 20% : Keep accurate records of vehicle mileage, fuel consumption and maintenance work / costsPerform daily inspections to ensure that all official vehicles are road worthy and in good working order.
Wash / Clean official vehicles ensuring they are kept tidy and parked in a secured area.Complete vehicle inspection checklists and promptly report any defects, faults or incidents that occur to the Transport ManagerCheck that all vehicle equipment and tools are secured safely and are functioning correctly.
Manage a working stock of spares (held in stores with restricted access) for the fleet based in Abuja in line with FCDO / BHC policy.
Administrative Support 20% : Provide administrative support for the day to day running of the Maiduguri / Abuja officeAssist the Deputy Transport Manager / Team Leaders and liaise with other Corporate Services staff based in Abuja as necessaryUpdate transport related data using Microsoft Office IT systems and maintain other records as may be delegated by the office / transport manager
DESIRED EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATION : -
Full valid Nigerian driving licence
Minimum of 3 years verifiable previous driving experience
Qualified and experience of driving Armoured Vehicles
Good working knowledge (and driving experience) of Abuja
Basic Computer skills Microsoft Office tools
Must possess minimum of SSCE with 5 credits obtained in one sitting
Must be able to relate and speak fluently with locals
Desirable Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Experience of driving for other Embassies or NGOs
Required Competencies :
Making Effective Decisions, Collaborating and Partnering, Managing a Quality Service, Delivering at Pace.
Working Hours :
Drivers must work shifts rather than standard office hours. The nature of the job will require flexible working patterns.
There is a requirement to work on a rotational basis sometimes in the evening and on weekends. Overtime will be paid for additional hours worked.
Additional Information :
Please complete the application form in full as the information provided is used during screening. Please check your application carefully before you submit, as no changes can be made once submitted.
The British High Commission will never request any payment or fees to apply for a position.
Employees recruited locally by the British High Commission in Abuja are subject to Terms and Conditions of Service according to local employment law in Nigeria.
All candidates must be legally able to work and reside in the country of the vacancy with the correct visa / work permit status or demonstrate eligibility to obtain the relevant permit.
The responsibility lies on the successful candidate to; Obtain the relevant permitPay fees for the permitMake arrangements to relocateMeet the costs to relocation.
REMUNERATION : -
NGN 223,596.96 Monthly.
Learning and development opportunities (and any specific training courses to be completed) :
Mandatory FCDO e-learning
Access to FCDO e-learning opportunities and formal / informal learning and development opportunities at the British High Commission.