Job Profile

Reporting to the Assistant Director – Transport and Logistics through the Fleet and Logistics Officer, the jobholder is responsible for the provision of transport services to the Commission as per the transport policies and procedures in support of the Commission operations.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Transporting authorized staff to designated locations in a safe and timely manner to ensure the transport services unit supports the Commission staff in the performance of work;
  • Reporting the accidents and incidents to the Senior Driver, to ensure appropriate strategies are developed and implemented to minimize the accidents and incidents, and the associated costs;
  • Ensuring the cleanliness and routine maintenance of the Commission’s vehicles assigned to enhance the image of the Commission, and to make the vehicles user friendly;
  • Recording distances traveled throughout the month and fuel costs incurred for proper record keeping and assisting in the management of transport costs to ensure efficiency in the utilization of the Commission resources;
  • Maintaining work tickets for vehicles allocated to assist the transport supervisor in the allocation of work;
  • Enhancing efficiency in the management of fuel costs and monitoring the performance of the drivers against set targets and quality standards;
  • Ensuring that the Commission vehicle and the vehicle accessories are safe from damage or theft to assist the Commission in the management of costs associated with vehicle management.

Requirements for Appointment

For an appointment to this position, a candidate must have:

  • Minimum relevant work experience of four (4) years in a comparable position from a reputable organization;
  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E) D+ or it’s equivalent from a recognized institution;
  • A valid driving license free from any current endorsements and valid for any of the classes of vehicles which the officer is required to drive;
  • Passed the Suitability Test for Drivers Grade II from the Ministry of Roads and Public Works;
  • First-Aid Certificate Course lasting not less than one (1) week from St. John Ambulance or Kenya Institute of Highway and Building Technology (KIHBT) or any other recognized institution;
  • Adequate knowledge of the Highway Code;
  • Demonstrated integrity and professional competence as reflected in work performance and results.

Application Procedure:

In addition to the qualifications set above applicants must further obtain clearances from the following:

• Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)

• Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)

• Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI)

• Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)

• Registration and good standing in relevant Professional Bodies

Interested candidates who meet the set criteria should complete EACC Form 1 online from  and attach copies of ID, CV, academic/ professional certificates (certified by the issuing institution), clearances, and testimonials.

All applications must be made online and will be acknowledged via email. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.

To be considered, applications should be received no later than Tuesday, 29th December 2020 at 5.00 pm.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification

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