USAID NCSC SAFE Project Careers – Driver

Job Title: Driver
Organisation: National
Center for State Courts (NCSC)
Project Name: USAID
Supporting Access to Justice, Fostering Equity & Peace (SAFE) Program
Duty Station: Kampala,
Uganda
About NCSC:
NCSC is a unique non-governmental organization providing technical
assistance, training and technology to advance justice systems in the 50 U.S.
states and around the world. Founded more than 40 years ago by the leaders of
the U.S. courts to deliver on the promise of Equal Justice under Law, NCSC
partners with donor agencies, host-country governments, and non-governmental
organizations to create more effective justice institutions and promote the
Rule of Law. The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is seeking qualified
Ugandan citizens to fill the below positions for the “Supporting Access to
Justice, Fostering Equity & Peace” (SAFE Program) funded by USAID.
USAID-SAFE is a five-year development Program that seeks to strengthen the
Government of Uganda’s capacity with respect to peace building and conflict
mitigation.
Job Summary: The Driver will
drive office vehicles with strict adherence to local traffic laws, program
rules and regulations pertaining to vehicles; transport project staff and materials
and maintain the vehicle in a satisfactory manner; ensure cleanliness of the
vehicle at all times; conduct periodic checks on vehicle and determine
maintenance needs and report accordingly; and ensure that the usage log is
updated daily.
Qualifications, Skills and
Experience: 
  • The candidate must have completed
    secondary education
  • Five or more (5) years of driving
    experience.
  • Good working knowledge of mechanics and
    repairs.
  • Past exposure and experience in driving
    for USAID/USG or other donor-funded projects.
  • Additional training certificate in
    defensive driving.
  • Willingness to drive on missions in the
    interior of the country, including overnight and multiple day travel.
  • Clear driving record and current driver’s
    license.
  • Good English speaking and writing skills.
  • Possess off-road driving skills.
  • Past experience driving in and around
    Uganda.
  • Possess the ability to operate manual
    transmission vehicles. 
How to Apply:
All interested persons should send their applications via email to
administrator@safeprogram.ug with the subject heading “Driver.”
The completed applications must include an application letter, detailed
CVs with at least three professional referees and copies of relevant academic
certificates.
Deadline: 5th September 2014
NB: Only shortlisted
candidates will be contacted. Only electronic applications will be accepted.

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