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Applications are invited from interested and qualified candidates to apply for Fuel Co-ordinator at British High Commission
Fuel Co-ordinator - A1
- To manage daily fuel (diesel and petrol) operations to ensure the smooth running of all generators and vehicles of the Mission.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Distribution of fuel and checking fuel levels (diesel) in all BDHC fuel reservoirs thrice a week, by physically climbing all reservoir tanks and taking accurate dip stick readings; take records and identify consumption trends whilst ensuring all residential holding tanks are constantly topped up with diesel.
- Determine re-order levels of fuel in collaboration with TWG
- Take delivery and maintain an accurate record of fuel supplied which must be witnessed by the supplier and supervised by an authorised member of Corporate Services.
- Positioning of fire fighting equipment and ensuring all safety procedures are adhered to during deliveries and all storage tanks are locked at all times and keys are signed into the relevant key logs.
- Create individual fuel files for official and private vehicles and also for the diesel bowser, and PAG’s vehicles.
- Assist the Transport Manager and/or his representative to prepare the monthly fuel reconciliation exercise. Tret levels of over 2% must be reported to the DHCS/HCS.
- Ensure the maintenance of fuel apparatus at post. E.g. flow meters, calibration charts, dip sticks, meters on tankers and fuel dispensing pumps.
Resources Managed (staff and expenditure):
- Staff: 1 Support Staff.
Qualifications and Requirements:
- A good command of English language – both verbally and in writing
- Flexible approach to problem-solving with an ability to think on their feet
- Demonstrate good interpersonal skills
- A self-starter able to work with minimal supervision
- Good organisational skills – capable of working quickly and accurately
- Proficient use of Microsoft Office tools.
Desirable Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
- Previous experience in fuel operations
- Familiar with the Nigerian transport system and the road networks
- Possess a valid drivers licence.
- Making Effective Decisions, Collaborating and Partnering, Managing a Quality Service, Delivering at Pace.
- Full time position, with core working hours between 07:30 – 15:30 hours, Monday to Thursday and 07:30 – 12:30 hours on Friday.
- However, the job holder will need to be flexible to respond to incidents and operational demands as the need arises.
Other Benefits and Conditions of Employment:
Learning and development opportunities (and any specific training courses to be completed):
- Mandatory e-learning courses
- On the job development
- E-learning portal and courses routinely organised by the Regional Learning and Development Team
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidate for “Fuel Co-ordinator at British High Commission” should click the APPLY HERE button below and start their application.
Deadline: April 14, 2022
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