Ministry of Defence Kenya Driver Jobs
Ministry of Defence Kenya Driver Jobs Applications are invited for the following posts in the Ministry of Defence.
Duties and Responsibilities
This is the entry grade into the driver’s cadre.
Duties and responsibilities at this level will
involve driving a motor vehicle as authorized; carrying out routine checks on the vehicle’s cooling, oil, electrical and brake systems, tire pressure, etc.; detecting and reporting malfunction of vehicle systems; maintenance of work tickets for vehicles
assigned; ensuring security and safety for the vehicle on and off the road; safety of the
passengers and/or goods therein; and maintaining cleanliness of the vehicle.
Requirements for Appointment
For appointment to this grade, the candidate must have: -
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) mean grade D (Plain) or its equivalent qualification;
a valid driving license free from any current endorsement(s) for class(es) of vehicle(s) an officer is required to drive;
attended a First-Aid Certificate Course lasting not less than one (1) week at St. John Ambulance or Kenya Institute of Highway and Building Technology (KIHBT)
or any other recognized Institution;
passed Suitability Test for Driver Grade III;
a current Certificate of Good Conduct from the Kenya Police; and
Atleast two (2) years driving experience
How to Apply
For more information and job application details, see; Ministry of Defence Kenya Driver Jobs
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