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Save the Children invites applications for the following positions under an urgent response program to recent Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh. We are working in different locations in Cox’s Bazar, providing vital services to displaced Rohingya peoples, including distributing the food, shelter, water & sanitation, education, health, nutrition, and child protection needs of the Rohingya refugees, particularly of the children.

Qualified women are strongly encouraged to apply. Minimum requirements will be flexible for the potential female candidates. We are hiring staff on urgent basis, please apply if you can start your work within short notice of time.

Fleet Supervisor

Number of position: 1
Job Nature: Contractual
Contract Duration: 6 months, possibility of extension depending on availability of funding and performance
Job Location: Cox’s Bazar

Responsibilities:

The Fleet Supervisor will manage Day to Day Fleet Operations proactively, ensure that the Rental Vendors are in Line with the SCI Fleet regulations and also act as the Line Manager for the Coordinator, Transport Officer, Drivers and Focal Point for the Transport Operator. S/He will

  • Managing day-to-day fleet operation activities
  • Ensuring that all Drivers Licenses are screened before integrating the drivers into SCI Operations
  • Ensuring that all Driver have Read, Understood and Acknowledged the Child Safeguarding Policy and Anti-Fraud Policy
  • Managing the vehicle allocation and planning
  • Ensuring that Vehicle Requirements are projected, planned and procured in a timely manner
  • Managing & Ensuring the Log-Sheet and Fuel Slips submitted by Drivers are accounted for, and to conduct random checks on vehicle odometer to check for discrepancy
  • To Ensure that Vehicles are sufficient for daily operations and to maintain the Pool according to the requirement
  • Managing the Service Contract with the Provider in a Professional Manner
  • Managing the Rental Drivers in a Professional Manner
  • Review weekly Fleet report submitted by Transport Officer and consolidating the report in the Monthly Fleet Report
  • Supervises all Fleet Services employees; trains in accordance to SCI Requirements, evaluates and disciplines Subordinates & Vendors ethically
  • Checks all repair works performed in the workshop for completeness, against the Work Description on the Invoice from the workshop
  • Investigating/Reporting of any late submission for Vehicle Request
  • To Conduct Random Checks on Rental & SCI Owned Vehicles to ensure Vehicles are with accordance to SCI Fleet Safety Requirements
  • To conduct Valuable regular meetings with Subordinates and Transport Operators to provide advice, improvisation plan and discuss internal strategy
  • The roles and responsibilities mentioned above are not limited to. Actual duties, responsibilities, frequency, and percentages may vary depending upon building assignments and other factors

Requirements:

  • Minimum 5 years’ of experience in the similar role with NGOs/INGOs.
  • Demonstrated supervisory experience with excellent leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • Must possess a valid Bangladesh Professional Driver's License.
  • Knowledge of Bangladesh Road Transport Association laws, rules, and regulations is desirable.
  • Familiar with Cox Bazar Road Route.
  • Have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders. Strong understanding of compliance and risk management.
  • Ability to make Decisions under pressure without guidance.
  • Good command on MS Office particularly in MS-Word and Excel.
  • Good communication skill in Bangla & English.
  • Minimum Bachelor or equivalent in Supply Chain and/or Operations Management

If you are interested, please send your CV with 2 professional referee details at
career.bangladesh@savethechildren.org
(You must mention the position title at subject line of your email)

Application deadline: 17 May, 2018

Only short listed candidates will be invited for interview
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