The ICRC vehicle fleet manager supervises the road transport movements in the infrastructure of delegations, sub-delegations and local offices. In addition to maintenance and planning of the vehicles (both trucks, heavy-duty 4×4 and light cars), he/she should also be the guardian of good usage and knowledge of the vehicles by the users.
Management and maintenance of generators is also part of his/her duties. He/she is the responsible to technically recruit, manage and train technicians (mechanics), assistants and drivers. Dealing with local authorities for vehicles registrations, insurances and accidents, he/she is the focal point of delegations road movements.
- Ideal age: 30 to 50
- Prepared to accept unaccompanied postings “(i.e. no spouse, partner, children or dependents) for the first two missions (minimum 12 months each)
- Excellent command of English and French
- Post-secondary qualification or recognized certificate in light and heavy vehicles technology
- Sound theoretical and practical knowledge of 3 phases current
- Developed administrative knowledge in vehicle management
- Logistic skills for transport setup
- Driving licence (category C-E would be an asset)
- Fully conversant with IT tools (and fleet management software)
- Strongly motivated by humanitarian work
- Responsible and possessing sound judgement
- Capable of working in a team
- Able to and interested in training and supervising others
- Able to work under pressure in a dangerous environment
- Strong technical and management interest in vehicle industry
What we offer
- An opportunity to practise your profession in a setting of humanitarian endeavour
- A multicultural working environment
- A very broad and motivating working environment
- Opportunities for in-house, in-service training
- Generous social benefits
Please note that owing to the ICRC’s working procedures and principles, in particular the principle of neutrality, we cannot assign personnel to a country of which they are a national.