To drive and maintain Local Government vehicle in accordance with the transport policy; and as
directed by the supervising officer.
i. Vehicle driven as assigned;
ii. Vehicle cleaned, maintained and minor repairs carried out;
iii. Major mechanical faults reported;
iv. Basic vehicle records maintained; and
v. Vehicle safely kept.
i. Driving vehicles for official duty and assignments;
ii. Carrying out basic maintenance and cleanliness of the vehicle;
iii. Reporting major technical mechanical faults to the supervising officer;
iv. Maintaining basic records regarding the vehicles as instructed; and
v. Ensuring the safety of the vehicle while on duty.
Applications are invited from suitably qualiﬁed Ugandans to ﬁll the under mentioned vacant posts that exist in Kyenjojo District Local Government. Applications should be submitted in triplicate on Public Service Commission Form No. 3 (Revised 2008) to: the
Secretary District Service Commission
P.O Box 1002,
Applications forms are obtainable from any office of the District Service Commission and must be ﬁlled in the applicants’ own handwriting; with three (3) current passport size photographs attached. Serving ofﬁcers must route their applications through their Heads of Departments who should be informed of the closing date to avoid delay.
Applications should bear the title and reference number of the post applied for. Certiﬁed photocopies of academic certiﬁcates. transcripts, registration certiﬁcates and annual practicing licenses or other supporting documents must accompany the application forms. All applicants should indicate day time phone contacts.
Those invited for interview must come with their original Certiﬁcates, National Identity Card and institutional Cards. Applicants who shall not hear from the District Service Commission on completion of the selection exercise should consider themselves unsuccessful.
For detailed information please refer to the Job Descriptions and Speciﬁcations for Local Governments on Public Service Commission website at www.publicservice.go.ug or www.psc.go.ug and all District Service Commission ofﬁces, Country wide. You can also check on Kyenjojo District Local Government Headquarter, Sub-County and Town Council Notice boards