Driver - (2307651)

Bujumbura, Burundi

Grade: G2Contractual Arrangement: Fixed-term appointmentContract Duration (Years, Months, Days): 2 years

Job Posting: Aug 18, 2023, 10:39:23 AM

Closing Date: Sep 2, 2023, 12:59:00 AM

Primary Location: Burundi-Bujumbura

Organization: AF_BDI Burundi


: Full-time  IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that the deadline for receipt of applications indicated above reflects your personal device's system settings. 


Les unites d'appui administratif des bureaux de pays (CSU) ont ete mises en place dans l'organigramme pour fournir un appui aux responsables et aux membres du personnel afin de leur permettre d'exercer pleinement leurs responsabilites dans l'environnement du GSM et de garantir la conformite aux politiques, procedures, regles et reglements dans toutes les transactions ou pour toutes les questions administratives et financieres, dans le contexte d'un systeme de planification des ressources institutionnelles (ERP).


Sous la supervision directe du NPO/Charge des operations, le titulaire s'acquitte des taches suivantes:⦁ Conduit les vehicules du service pour assurer le transport du personnel autorise et la livraison et la collecte du courrier, des documents et autres elements;⦁ Accueille le personnel officiel a l'aeroport et facilite les formalites douanieres et d'immigration, au besoin;⦁ Responsable de l'entretien quotidien du vehicule affecte, verifie l'huile, l'eau, la batterie, les freins, les pneus, etc., effectue les reparations mineures et prend les dispositions pour les autres reparations, l'entretien regulier et veille a ce que le vehicule reste propre;⦁ Consigne les voyages officiels, le kilometrage, les consommations de carburant, la vidange, le graissage quotidiens, etc.;⦁ Veille a ce que les mesures prescrites par les regles et reglements soient prises en cas d'accident;⦁ Execute toute autre tache assignee.



Essential: Au minimum le brevet du premier cycle du secondaire et un permis de conduire valide toutes categorie du pays.


Essential: Avoir au moins un an d'experience progressive dans la conduite en tant que chauffeur et des antecedents de conduite en toute securite.


Connaissance des regles et reglements du pays en matiere de conduite et capacite a effectuer les reparations mineures du vehicule ;Capacite a lire, ecrire et comprendre les instructions dans la langue de travail etUne capacite a rediger un rapport concis et fidele des accidents.

WHO Competencies

Respecting and promoting individual and cultural differences
Producing results
Knowing and managing yourself

Use of Language Skills

Essential: Expert knowledge of French.
Desirable: Intermediate knowledge of Local Language.


WHO offers staff in the General Services category an attractive remuneration package, which for the above position includes an annual net base salary starting at BIF 12,187,000 (subject to mandatory deductions for pension contributions and health insurance, as applicable) and 30 days of annual leave.


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