DRIVER (Lagos)

JOB REFERENCE: DRIVER  

Contract: 2 years

Deadline: Friday 24 February, 2017

Salary: N55,000 – N65,000 monthly

 

DESCRIPTION
Responsible for the efficient transport of people and goods throughout the organisation’s network. Requires a person with a scrupulous approach to health and safety, who is passionate about delivering excellent customer service. Willingness to be flexible and high standards of personal hygiene is required.

DUTIES

  • Responsible for securing allocated car and its contents at all times.
  • Drive car in a safe, lawful manner taking into account the weather and traffic conditions.
  • Complete daily safety checks of car. Keep the car clean, tidy and well cared for so it is ready to be used the next day.
  • Driving within the Nigerian and Lagos highway code regulations. Complete accurately all relevant paperwork.
  • Report any car accidents immediately. Handle any emergency which may arise including following procedures in the event of a car fire.
  • Treat all customers and other persons in a courteous friendly and professional manner.
  • Comply with the organisation’s guidelines and procedures, particularly in relation to branch security and Health and Safety regulations.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Previous experience working as a driver.
  • Valid driver’s license, and any other required certification.
  • Smart Appearance (uniform will be provided).
  • Creative problem-solver with ability to foster and develop others’ ideas as well as his/her own.
  • Experience working on both small- and large-scale projects in a team-oriented environment.
  • Excellent attention to detail and extremely organized.
  • Ability to handle multiple deadlines in highly fluid environment.
  • Should live within Lagos Mainland.
  • Ability to travel extensively to multiple locations.

CONTACT
Please send CV, cover letter and passport photo to info@bookbuzzfoundation.org with job reference as email’s subject.

ORGANISATION
The Book Buzz Foundation is a non-governmental organisation whose main goals are three fold: to promote literacy, especially amongst children of school-going age; to develop reading spaces, and to organise literary and cultural events. In partnership with Africultures (France), this is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic team as they embark on a two-year, EU-funded initiative called ‘Right to Write Project’. Over the two years, the project involves:

-Identifying, mentoring and publishing new writers from specific states in Northern Nigeria

-Identifying and training media specialists from specific states in Northern Nigeria

-Developing innovative ways of supporting teachers in the use of class readers in Northern Nigeria

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