Overview

Responsibilities:

The Driver for heavy vehicles contributes to the ICRC Armenia Delegation’s logistical processes in a timely, accurate manner, in accordance with the ICRC rules and regulations and local traffic laws.

  • Drives different types of vehicles (mostly trucks) in strict adherence to internal security rules and traffic laws of the Republic of Armenia: drives efficiently to minimize fuel consumption and use of material
  • Constantly monitors security conditions on the road
  • Ensures that goods are stored inside the vehicle according to local, international and organization safety standards, helps in (un-) loading of vehicles
  • Performs various office work related to the logistic activities according to given procedures
  • Checks assigned vehicles equipment per trip, general functioning and body conditions and ensures that it is kept fuelled and clean inside and out, checks that trips have been authorized where necessary
  • Can act as a head of convoy as needed and/also perform small purchases upon request
  • Assists the Mechanic to carry on tasks related to the maintenance of fleet upon request

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Secondary school diploma or higher
  • Driving license B, C, D held for at least six years, and E license will be viewed as an asset
  • Minimum 6 years of driving experience and minimum 2 years of truck-driving experience in a similar field of activity
  • Good knowledge of spoken and written English, Armenian, Russian would be viewed as an asset
  • Good knowledge of the geographically assigned environment
  • Masters 4/4 use, sound experience in truck driving
  • Automobile maintenance experience, basic knowledge of mechanics (experience as a mechanic would be an asset)
  • Accurate, highly responsible personality

About The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Delegation in Armenia

Established in 1863, the ICRC operates worldwide, helping people affected by conflict and armed violence and promoting the laws that protect victims of war. An independent and neutral organization, its mandate stems essentially from the Geneva Convention