Senior Driver at Kerio Valley Development Authority (KVDA)

On Friday, October 3rd, 2014

Kerio Valley Development Authority (KVDA) is a state corporation established by an Act of Parliament Cap 441 of 1979 of the laws of Kenya.

It was established to plan and coordinate the implementation of programmes and projects that transcend administrative boundaries of the counties in North Western part of Kenya.
The Authority seeks to invite application from suitably qualified individuals for the position of a Senior Driver to be stationed in our Liaison Office in Nairobi

Ref: KVDA/2/HC&ADM /2014

You will be responsible to the Head of Logistic Department.

Your duties will entail:-

  • Driving
  • Carrying out minor mechanical repairs
  • Identifying and reporting faulty operations of the vehicle
  • Security of the vehicle on and off the road
  • Safety of passengers and/or goods therein
  • Maintaining cleanliness of vehicle assigned
Competencies and Skills
  • Passed the Kenya Government
  • Trade Test Grade I for drivers
  • Current license free from any endorsement
  • Current certificate of goods conducts
  • Have outstanding competence in driving, identification
An attractive remuneration package commensurate with responsibility of the job and experience of the individual will be offered to the right
The position will be on a three year renewable contract terms of service.
Interested candidates should submit their applications indicating the reference number of the job applied for with a detailed CV and photocopies of all testimonials, ID’s stating their current position, current remuneration level, E-mail, contact address and telephone numbers and address of three referees to reach the undersigned on or before 17th October, 2014

The Managing Director
Kerio Valley Development Authority
P.O. Box 2660 – 30100

N/B KVDA is an equal opportunity employer
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  1. I find this very important and helpful,due to the fact that it provides a golden opportunity for job search and aplication.thanks.

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