At MBHS, the clinic driver is responsible for all the transport needs of the company as directed and approved by the direct supervisor and in line with company policies. He/she is responsible for servicing, cleaning and maintaining the company cars; ensuring vehicle license, safety checks and registration is up-to-date and clearly displayed; purchasing and delivery of items/parcels and/or company staff to their respective destinations; and any other duties assigned.

At MBHS, the driver performs his/her duties in a professional, timely and efficient manner and is always available for emergency patient and/or staff transfers and pick-ups.  He/she adheres to the MBHS Code of Conduct at all times.


  • Always follow and adhere to the rules of the road and drive in keeping with Zambian RTSA regulations. Drive safely at all times, even in an emergency situation.
  • Clean, service and maintain all MBHS vehicles in good working condition.
  • Ensure that the car is cleaned twice weekly both inside and outside.
  • Ensure that vehicle registration, insurance and safety certificates are all up to date and renewed according to requirements set out by RTSA.
  • Ensure that all MBHS vehicles have a fire extinguisher, first aid kit, road breakdown neon caution triangles and any other equipment required by RTSA to drive on the road.
  • All registration, road tax and insurance information are clearly displayed on the front glass windshield.
  • Responsible for accurately and honestly completing the vehicle log book.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all passengers in the vehicle wear seat belts.
  • DO NOT start the car till all passengers have their safety belts on.
  • Ensure that sufficient petrol/diesel is filled in the car prior to any staff/patient transfers to ensure prompt and on-time arrival at specified location.
  • Complete a vehicle maintenance inspection prior to daily vehicle usage for safe and comfortable patient/staff transport. Report required maintenance and repair of the vehicle immediately.
  • Drive MBHS staff for meetings in Ndola, Solwezi, Kalumbila, Lusaka or Kabitaka as instructed by the Clinic Manager or General Manager.
  • Pick-up and drop-off staff and/or MBHS visitors to and from the airport.
  • Responsible for coordinating vehicle movements with the clinic staff – senior nurse on duty.
  • Pick up oxygen tanks from the clinic and take them to the appropriate supplier location to have them filled and/or checked as directed by the Clinic Manager or direct supervisor.
  • Transport patients in a safe and professional manner. Assist with patient transfers, if an ambulance is not required, or as directed by your direct supervisor.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of clients.
  • Responsible for safety and security of vehicles at the clinic and other venues.
  • Notify your supervisor when an issue or incident arises with a client or staff member. Complete an ‘Incident and Adverse Event Form’ in the case of any incident and/or accident and submit to your direct supervisor or clinic manager within 24 hours.
  • Maintain a daily log of vehicle mileage and compressor hours.
  • Maintain a log of routine inspections of vehicles, daily, weekly and monthly.
  • Promote a professional image by adhering to the dress code.
    Perform any other duties or reasonable requests assigned by the Clinic
  • Manager/ Head Office Management/ Supervisor from time to time.


Clean Class “B” unrestricted Driver’s License
Full Grade 12 Certificate
Minimum of 3 years of work experience driving with a proven clean record
Ability to work under pressure
Proficient in English language, oral and written communication skills.

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