TERMS OF REFERENCE
Vacancy reference no.:
Place of performance:
El Obied, Sudan
up to 11 months
OVERVIEW OF CTG GLOBAL
CTG support and manage humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world. With past performance in 15 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and Central and South America – we offer a holistic fabric of project management, implementation and support. Skilled in emergency response to crises such as the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, we have the ability to act quickly (crisis response teams can be on the ground in 24 hours) and to establish structured operations in high-risk environments. CTG recruit and manage qualified, skilled teams with extensive experience operating in challenging conditions.
OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION
Responsible for the Workshop supervision of all CLIENT Assets in the Area Office and co-ordinate these activities in accordance to the Procedures, Normative Guidelines and Business Rules as set by CLIENT
Supervise scheduled maintenance & repair, overhaul, reconditioning, modifications, in a most efficient manner with the objective to ensure that all vehicles are maintained to a high standard and roadworthy condition.
Oversee the materials management aspect of the operation and in particular the controlling, justification and issuance of spare parts, tyres, lubricants & consumable materials.
Assist in the forecasting and requisitioning of spare parts: preparation of orders for spare parts/tires and materials required for the operation and submit these requests for the approval of the Workshop Manager.
Carefully record and maintain an inventory list of all tools & workshop equipment.
Provide oversight and supervision to all staff and ensure that the work is carried out to a satisfactory standard as required by the Organisation; including time-keeping and completion of timesheets.
Involved in the control and cost effectiveness of the vehicles and prepare recommendations for write-offs, where necessary.
Investigate means to constantly reduce the operational costs of the Fleet pertaining to maintenance activities.
Use VMRS (Vehicle Maintenance & Reporting Standards), reason-for-repair, work-done-codes and component codes, analyse data to improve maintenance and recommend modifications to solve technical problems.
Responsible for the supervision of tyres management which include maintenance practices, controlling mechanisms and performance monitoring.
Ensure that proper workshop administration, record keeping & vehicle history records are well maintained via the Fleet Management System (FMS).
Ensure that timely accurate data is entered into the FMS for the repairs, tyres & stock control modules.
Assist and ensure that all reports and information as required by the Organisation are produced promptly on a timely basis via FMS. Additionally, analyze information and quality of report prior to distribution.
Responsible for the supervision of oil & lubricants ensure that the quality/quantities of the supply of lubricants are in accordance to standards set.
Implement best practices established and ensure that KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) are maintained with parameters set.
Ensure that minimum health and safety requirements are met in full, together with considerations for environmental needs.
Responsible to ensure that all staff (persons reporting) carry out their duties in accordance to their Job Descriptions set.
Continuously collect and collate valuable data or information relating to improvements required for standardisation and development purposes for Fleet management and communicate this information to other staff in Fleet.
Share experiences gained with other staff members and strive towards creating good team building and harmonious atmosphere.
Loss or damage of Cargo, Spares, Tools or Equipment as well as Loss of Fuel in the care of the employee shall be deducted from the salary based on CIF value or Local Market Rate, whichever is prevailing. This can also lead to penalties or dismissal to the Personnel and penalties on the Service Provider or Contractor.
Travel occasionally, as required by the Organisation.
Will perform any other duties as requested by immediate supervisor.
Ensure that Mechanics & other staff perform the work carried out in accordance to manufacturers’ standard times and minimise downtime.
Ensure that the quality of workmanship is carried out to a satisfactory standard in accordance to the criteria set to minimise repeat-repairs.
Mechanics, Assistant Mechanics(s), Electrician(s), Assistant Electricians, Welder/Fabricator(s), Panel Beaters/Sprayer(s), Tyre Person(s), Recovery Truck Driver/Mechanic and Mobile Workshop Driver/Mechanics.
Liaise and co-operate with all other employees within Fleet and all units within the Organisation with particular emphasis on the Logistics section.
Bachelor's degree in Auto Mechanics /experience gained light and heavy vehicles. Completed a full course at a technical college in Auto Mechanics with experience gained in both light and heavy Vehicles. Held the position of Workshop Supervisor or similar job in a company/NGO with at least 3 years’ experience gained in the relevant field.
§ Minimum of 3 years of demonstrable relevant Engineering – Mechanical experience.
§ Minimum of 3 years of experience in Africa with local experience in El Obied is an advantage.
§ Fluency in English and Arabic are essential.
§ Good working knowledge of the complete Microsoft Office suite.
§ Experience gained using a computerised Fleet Management System.
Other relevant information:
Interested candidates should send applications to email@example.com. Please refer to the vacancy number: VAC-0100. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.