2 Drivers Jobs in Kenya


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Kenya Markets Trust is currently seeking to recruit potential candidates interested in the following positions  for  an  anticipated  5-year  USAID  funded  project  dubbed  Western  Kenya  Water Program. The program objective is to strengthen rural and urban water services provision and water resources management across 8 Western Kenya counties. The positions will be based in Kisumu.

Re: Driver (2 Positions)

The driver will oversee the provision of reliable, secure driving services and proper use and maintenance of office vehicles.

This position will report to the Logistics and Administration Officer.

Qualifications

  • KCSE
  • At least 3 years working experience in development
  • Must possess valid Kenya driving license, coupled with a clean driving record
  • Knowledge of driving rules and regulations and skills in minor vehicle
  • Training in defensive driving will be an added advantage

How to Apply

If you are interested and meet the above qualifications, please apply by sending your CV with a cover letter indicating names of at least three referees indicating the position title in the subject line to   [email protected]   Deadline for receiving applications is  September 10, 2021.

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