Drivers

Development Aid from People to People (DAPP)

Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) is inviting suitably qualified and experienced persons to apply for 04 positions of Driver.

DAPP registered in 1990 as a national non-profit association with its national office in Copperbelt. The objective of DAPP is, through the implementation of projects, to empower people with knowledge, skills and tools to improve their living conditions.

DAPP works shoulder to shoulder with people in urban and rural communities in the following thematic areas: Health, education, agriculture, climate change mitigation and adaptation, environment, human rights and community development. DAPP has an income generating leg by selling second hand clothes.

DAPP is currently working in 62 districts situated in all 10 provinces of Zambia reaching over 1 million people with direct interventions.  DAPP is a Member of the International Humana People to People Movement.

The positions will be based as follows: –

(a) 1 Kabwe- supporting Central, Western and Northern provinces

(b) 1 Ndola- Supporting Copperbelt and North-western provinces

(c) 2 Lusaka- Supporting Lusaka, Southern and Eastern Province

Duties and Essential Job Functions

1. Ensure that any project vehicle is in road worthy condition before it is used

2. Perform routine checks of oil, fuel, battery, clutch fluid and water levels in the radiator every day

3. Ensure that there is: spare wheel, Jack, spanners, triangles, fire extinguishers, first aid box etc. in the vehicle at the beginning and end of each day

4. Clean the vehicle both inside and outside at the beginning of each journey or end of each day, before handing over the vehicle keys to the responsible person

5. Report any maintenance requirements to the supervisor as soon as they are identified

6. Ensure the passengers take safety precautions before any journey begins e.g.  by wearing seat belts

7. Conversant with the operations mechanism of the vehicle

8. Conversant with and observe motor vehicle policy of DAPP

9. Up to date and compliant with any changes in road traffic regulations

10. Ensure that every journey and fuelling/refuelling are recorded in the motor vehicle Log Book

11. Deliver materials and personnel to instructed destinations, ensuring safety of passengers, self, goods and the vehicle at all times

12. Ensure that the vehicle is serviced each time it is due for service

13. Ensure that the vehicle is driven for official purposes only

Qualifications

(a) Grade 12 level of Education

(b) Valid Class C motor vehicle driving licence

(c) Valid Police Clearance Report, obtained in the last 3 months

(d) Knowledge of basic mechanics

(e) At least one-year experience

Applying for the Job

Qualified persons should write a cover letter indicating their current, or last gross salary. This should be accompanied with a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV), with three traceable referees, who are, or were the applicant’s supervisor(s).

Send applications to:

[email protected] with copy to [email protected]

Copies of certificates and other credentials must be attached together with the application letter.

The position title, with the preferred district of operation must be indicated in the subject area of the email. For example, Driver – Kabwe.

The cover letter and CV must be one continuous document in MS Word or PDF formats only, and the applicant’s full names must be used as the file name for the document, e.g. Mary Jones.

The closing date for receiving applications shall be 3rd May, 2024.

Local residents of the districts where the vacancies are, are particularly encouraged to apply.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

To apply for this job email your details to hr@dappzambia.org


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