Chauffeur (SSA/Multiples locations) Job at WHO-World Health Organization, Kinshasa , Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Qualifications

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1.    Area of expertise :  Chauffeurs – GS2

2.      Purpose of consultancy  

Au sein de l’unité d’appui à la gestion dans le pays et de l’unité EPR, fournir un appui en matière de transport au personnel du bureau pays de l’OMS et à la conduite des véhicules officiels de l’OMS et veiller à ce que les véhicules soient maintenus en bon état.

3.    Background

Le Programme des urgences sanitaires de l’OMS (EPR) a proposé un modèle de plan des ressources humaines (Country Business Model : CBM) dans le but de renforcer les capacités des Bureaux Pays dans leur rôle de prévention et de réponses aux urgences.
La mission du Programme des urgences sanitaires de l’OMS est de renforcer la capacité des États Membres à gérer les risques sanitaires d’urgence et, lorsque les capacités nationales sont débordées, de diriger et de coordonner l’action sanitaire internationale pour contenir les épidémies et fournir des secours et un relèvement efficace aux populations touchées.

4.    Deliverables

Le titulaire travaillera sous la supervision directe de l’Administrateur chargé des Opérations et la supervision générale du Représentant de l’OMS. Le titulaire dispose d’une certaine flexibilité pour planifier les itinéraires. Les Manuels disponibles sont : Code de la route, Cartes des villes, directives/instructions de l’Administrateur chargé des Opérations, manuel d’entretien des véhicules, Notes Circulaires.

Résumé des tâches assignées :
• Conduire les véhicules du bureau et assurer le transport du personnel autorisé ainsi que la livraison et la collecte du courrier, des documents et autres articles ;
• Accueillir le personnel officiel à l’aéroport et faciliter les formalités d’immigration et de douane selon les besoins ;
• S’occuper de l’entretien quotidien du véhicule assigné, vérifier l’huile de moteur, l’eau, la batterie, les freins, les pneus, etc., réparer les pannes mineures et organiser pour la réparation des autres pannes, s’assurer tout le temps de la propreté et du bon fonctionnement du véhicule en tant que responsable de la maintenance journalière du véhicule ;
• Enregistrer les déplacements officiels, le kilométrage quotidien, la consommation de carburant, les vidanges, le graissage ;
• Veiller à ce que les dispositions requises par les règles et règlements sont prises en cas d’accident ;
• S’acquitter d’autres tâches selon les besoins.

5.    Qualifications, experience, skills and languages

Educational Qualifications:

Essential: Niveau d’études secondaires avec un permis de conduire toutes catégories.

Desirable: Une formation en mécanique automobile serait un atout.

Experience:

Essential: Au moins 02 ans d’expérience dans la conduite en tant que chauffeur.

Desirable: Une expérience dans une agence des Nations unies ou avec des ONG inernationnales serait un avantage.

Skills/Knowledge:

• Savoir-faire un rapport concis et succinct sur les accidents.
• Connaissance parfaite de la conduite, du code de la route, des règles de sécurité et d’entretien journalier d’un véhicule.
• Connaissance des premiers secours. Apte à lire, comprendre et exécuter les instructions et les cartes dans la langue de travail.
• Conduire prudemment. Apte à détecter et expliquer les pannes. Faire les réglages et réparations courantes.

Compétences de l’OMS
• Produire des résultats
•Communiquer de manière crédible et efficace ;
• Favoriser l’intégration et le travail d’équipe ;
• Servir d’exemple
• Respecter et promouvoir les différences individuelles et culturelles

Languages and level required (Basic/Intermediate/Expert):
Essential:
Expert knowledge of French
Basic knowledge of English

Desirable:
Expert knowledge of local languages

6.    Location  : Kinshasa, Goma, Bukavu, Mbandaka, Kananga, Kisangani

7.    Remuneration and budget

–    Grade : GS2 du barème du système des Nations Unies
–    Type de contrat : Accord de Services Spéciaux
b.    Expected duration of contract: 6 mois

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Hiring Manager:  Dr Diallo Mouctar Amadou

Collaborators  :  Dr Fosting Richard, Mme Moutisnga Yolande, Mme Molonga Jeanine

Admin focal point:  Mme Moutsinga Yolande

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level
Only candidates under serious consideration will be contacted.
A written test and/or an asynchronous video assessment may be used as a form of screening.
In the event that your candidature is retained for an interview, you will be required to provide, in advance, a scanned copy of the degree(s)/diploma(s)/certificate(s) required for this position. WHO only considers higher educational qualifications obtained from an institution accredited/recognized in the World Higher Education Database (WHED), a list updated by the International Association of Universities (IAU)/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The list can be accessed through the link: http://www.whed.net/. Some professional certificates may not appear in the WHED and will require individual review.
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The purpose of this vacancy is to develop a list of qualified candidates for inclusion in the advertised roster. Successful candidates will be placed on the roster and subsequently may be selected for consultancy assignments; however, contracting of rostered candidates is not guaranteed

Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
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