Monday, February 16, 2015

Tanzania National Roads Agency, Driver Jobs in Tanzania



The Tanzania National Road Agency (TANROADS) is an Agency under the
Ministry of Works which is responsible for the Development and  Maintenance
of the Truck and Regional Roads network together with  enforcement of Axle
Load control by using Weighbridges

The  Regional Manager - Lindi on behalf of the Chief Executive TANROADS is
looking for suitably qualified
Tanzania individuals to fill vacant
positions available for operations of the Weighbridges located at
Nangurukuru and Mingonyo

Driver - 1  Post

Qualifications for the Driver
Holder of Secondary educationHolder of class C Driving LicenseMust be a
Tanzania CitizenMust be fluent in both written and spoken Kiswahili and
English LanguagesNot above 35 years of ageDuties and Responsibilities
The holder of this post who reports to the shift in - Charge will be
responsible for the following dutiesMaintain the Vehicle log book and all
accident records pertaining to the assigned vehicleKeep the vehicle in good
working order and in clear conditionReporting repairs or maintenance needs
of the vehicle to the shift in - Charge timelyObserving good customer care,
dignity and integrityPerforming such other related duties as may be
assigned by the shift in - charge
Salaries will be according to TANROADS scales

Apart  from qualifications requirements outlined, candidates to assume the
positions must be trust worth, responsible, reliable, accountable and  with
high degree of integrity

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
Appointment will be on Contract Terms of two years, renewable subject to
satisfactory performance

HOW TO APPLY:

Please apply with confidence to;-

REGIONAL MANAGER
TANZANIA NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY
P.O. BOX 1022,
LINDI
TEL: 023-2202195

So as to reach the address not Later than 25th February, 2015 at 16:30 Hrs
Only successful candidates will notified and invited for an interview.
Those candidates who do not get letters of invitation should consider
themselves unsuccessful.

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