Driver x1 & Operations Manager x1
Ndola, Zambia, Full Time March 7, 2022
…with the Gospel, entrepreneurial skills, job training, health education, and wellness checks to bridge the gap from hopelessness to empowerment.
to share the love of Jesus Christ…
…directed at uplifting and ministering to women in their challenges and leading them to be strengthened in their walk of faith and equipped in their personal lives.”
a Christ-focused organization…
…addressing the needs of women in the Ndola community and throughout the Copperbelt region”
Driver x 1
With minimum supervision, the job holder performs a variety of vehicle driving duties in line with the University Vehicle Usage Policy and in conjunction with other University policies and regulations.
He also ensures that vehicles and auxiliary equipment and fixtures are maintained in good working conditions and promptly reports any defects to the relevant authority.
Drive vehicles as directed by the supervisor with strict adherence to the University Vehicle Usage Policy and other related policies.
Carry out minor mechanical repairs vehicles, auxiliary equipment and fixtures.
Carry out daily check for the general condition of vehicle such as electrical systems, fuel level, tyre pressure, water level, oil level, body dents and any other damages and defects and report all defects to the supervisor.
Correctly fill in the vehicle log book before and after each trip.
Maintain the vehicle in a clean, neat and safe condition.
Ensure orderly behaviour by passengers
Monitor and implement the vehicle routine maintenance and service schedules.
Perform library management duties as directed by the supervisor and management.
Carry out other duties as directed by the supervisor and management from time to time.
Grade 12 certificate and in possession of a clean Class C driver’s licence
Operations Manager x1
Responsibilities and Qualifications: The Operations Manager provides organization-wide operational support, with a wide-reaching impact across all key functions including executive, development, and finance, and manages key projects for the leadership team under the direct supervision of the Executive Director.
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Manage accounts payable
Prepare reconciliations of corporate credit accounts
Ensure accurate and timely processing of gift acknowledgements
Human Resources Management
Maintain accurate and timely benefit accrual information
Prepare salaries and transmit semi-monthly payroll reporting
Assist with ad-hoc internal finance, grant and development reporting
Participate in foundation systems training
Troubleshoot technology issues and develop/update best practice procedures
Recommend, document and follow internal processes and practices
Serve as the first point of contact for Mercy House
Provide scheduling support to the Executive Director
Oversee general office operations including print and electronic correspondence, supply and technology management
Coordinate scheduling, logistics, materials, set-up, and follow-up for internal and external meetings
Administer vendor and building/tenant-related relationships
Hire and supervise interns and/or volunteers
Perform other duties as assigned by ED
The ideal candidate:
is highly organized
likes managing multiple projects with demonstrated ability to work independently in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
meets multiple concurrent deadlines
has excellent communication skills, enjoys working with team input
has a successful track record in setting priorities
has keen analytical, organization and problem-solving skills which support and enable sound decision making
has ability to work as a team member including effectively managing up and sideways
possesses effective time management skills
has discretion and respect for information privacy
has personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and dedication to the mission of Mercy House
Bachelor’s degree preferred
3-5 years of related experience
Experience with database systems and comfortable with learning, implementing and teaching use of technology
Command of MS Office programs
Experience with accounting software
All applicants should submit a typed cover letter of not more than two pages that clearly states the position applied for; the academic and professional qualifications they possess; and the major achievements in their previous and/or current job. Furthermore, the Curriculum vitae should be current, not more than five pages long, clearly state the duration(s) and nature of their past and current work experience; and include at least four traceable referees.
Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be communicated to. Additionally, all shortlisted applicants will be required to present certificates of verification/validation of all their academic and professional qualifications from the Zambia Qualifications Authority during the interviews.
All applications should be received by the undersigned by 7th May, 2021 to:
Human Resource Officer
Email at: [email protected]