Action Africa Help International (AAH-I) is an international not-for-profit humanitarian and development agency with headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya, and Country Programmes in South Sudan, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, and Zambia.
AAH-I has a long experience of partnering with UNHCR in delivering humanitarian assistance in South Sudan, Uganda, Zambia and Somalia.
Action Africa Help International has been awarded a contract by UNHCR Kakuma to implement logistics and warehouse interventions for the refugee camp.
AAH-I is seeking a qualified candidate for the following position:
Job Title: Fuel Discharger
Job Grade: AH 10
Reports to: Fuel Controller
Staff reporting to this post: N/A
Liaises with: Operation Manager/Logistics Officer.
Duty Station: Kakuma, AAHI Office.
Job Summary: The Fuel Discharger will undertake routine quality assurance check; fuel equipment maintenance
checks and coordinate with fuel suppliers on issues pertaining to quality control, safety and maintenance of fuel station and fuel equipment.
S/he will check and transmit to the Data Encoder daily reports on fuel movement.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Responsible of fuel reception, storage and distribution.
- Responsible for the refueling of all UNHCR and UNHCR IP’s vehicles, generators motorbikes and other equipment that are entitled to fuel allowances from UNHCR/AAH fuel station.
- Update fuel ration cards, check and report any abnormal fuel consumption.
- Fuel reception to be checked with supplier and confirm (together) the physical quantities received.
- Check and transmit to the FMS Operator the daily fuel movement.
- Verify the validity of the document (only authorized signatures).
- Should be able to work for long hours taking into consideration the sort of operations AAH is involved in.
- Reports to the head of fuel section.
- Assists other colleagues as needed in the Project or offices; carries out any other office work on his supervisor’s request.
- Security of the containers (padlocks, totalizer and stock level) is guaranteed.
- Routine quality assurance check and fuel equipment maintenance checks done as required.
- Fuel reception, storage and distribution are performed to the expected standards.
- Secondary School Education
- At least 1-3 years working experience in fuel storage and distribution
Skills and Competencies
- Good knowledge of English, widely used in the country
- Discipline and punctuality
- Resilience and patience
- Willingness to up skill as required by the tasks to be performed – corresponding measures are agreed with management.
Kenyan nationals and candidates currently based in Kakuma are encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates should email application letters and CVs (with 3 referees) addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
or drop off their applications to Action Africa Help Kenya, Kakuma NCCK compound.
The Subject Line must show the job title of the position applied for.
Deadline for applications is 20th February 2017. AAH-I is an equal-opportunity employer.
Only those selected for the interviews will be contacted.
AAH-I does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process nor does it use recruitment agents.