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May 232017
 


The International Centre for Reproductive Health – Kenya (ICRHK) works in the area of sexual and reproductive health for general population, Key Populations (KPs) and gender based violence and human rights programs.

ICRHK invites applications for the position of a head driver to work in the Mombasa Office.

The ideal candidate should possess the following qualifications;

Requirements

  • Minimum Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education or its equivalent
  • A valid driving license for classes of vehicles you are allowed to drive, free from any current endorsement(s)
  • Should be well versed and conversant with the roads and traffic patterns in Mombasa and its environs.
  • Certificate of motor vehicle mechanic grade II will be an added advantage
  • Minimum of 3 years work experience in vehicle driving and mechanics
  • Good communication skills in English and Kiswahili
  • Able to work under pressure and a team player

Full job description is accessible on our website: http://www.icrhk.org click on vacancies.

Applicants must upload their application letter, an up-to-date CV with names and addresses of three referees and telephone contacts and the bio date on the ICRH job application portal accessible on our website www.icrhk.org by 29th May 2017, 5pm.

ICRHK is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from appropriately qualified people from all sections of the community.

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