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May 202017
 


Job Title: Data Entry Clerk – Maintenance & Administration

Department: Tigoni Processing Plant

Job Holder Reports To: Maintenance Engineer

Overall purpose of the job: To provide administrative and clerical support to maintenance department by providing routine and complex data entry & analysis skills while maintaining engineering records.

Key Result Areas (KRA’s)

  • Timely completion of Maintenance Reports
  • Requisition and management of Spares Part Inventory
  • Proper filing

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Providing full data entry and administrative support to maintenance department to ensure smooth running of the department operations.
  • Maintain a proper and user friendly filing and document control system for recording and tracking of all documents.
  • Perform date entry and filing duties for:
  • Utilities: Power, water and fuels.
  • Autonomous Maintenance documentation; Abnormalities status log, OEE,  MTBF & MTTR trends, breakdown records and Daily, weekly and monthly check sheets.
  • Preventive Maintenance documentation; PM check sheets, Equipment control ledgers
  • Implementation of Kaizen Systems and Standards.
  • Upkeep of Maintenance records & documentation as per Food Safety standards & procedures.
  • Assist the Office Assistant to maintain documentation, front office assignments when required.
  • Implementation of KAIZEN Systems and Standards.
  • Adherence to Company’s FSSC/QSA/FSA/GMP/Hygiene Practices.
  • To perform any other duty and responsibility as may be required by management.

Qualified persons to apply at recruitment@cdl.co.ke

Only shortlisted candidates will be conducted.

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