The post holder will be involved in managing our transport needs in Lagos. He/She will work closely with the Facilities Team.
Salary: Pay band K
Working hours: 7.30am-4pm
Annual leave: 25 working days
Closing date: Friday 18 July 2014
Ensure vehicles are serviced: in line with the service schedule and that periodic routine vehicle checks are made and that defects and damage are reported promptly. Vehicles are clean and refuelled regularly.
Carry out driving and transportation duties: in relation to travel bookings, activity and event management and maintain vehicle log books, journey and fuel records.
Clearly communicate transport arrangements: and any changes to transport users.
First contact to British Council visitors and UK colleagues: at the airport, deliver good customer service and their transportation as may be planned ahead.
Report to the facilities team: when not driving and provide proactive support to administrative duties and quality customer care related duties. Also carry out routine mail dispatch service as may be required.
To help you understand and complete the application form, please read through the role profile attached. You should apply using the British Council corporate external application form attached. You may find it useful to look at the enclosed guidance notes at BC World HR web pages on the behaviours: http://www.britishcouncil.org/africa-britishcouncil-job-behaviours.pdf and the generic skills dictionary http://www.britishcouncil.org/africa-britishcouncil-generic-skills-dictionary.doc
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