Motor Driver at Central Bank of Nigeria Collaborative Postgraduate Programme (CBN-CPP)
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Motor Driver at Central Bank of Nigeria Collaborative Postgraduate Programme (CBN-CPP)

Motor Driver at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) – Here are the requirements and how to apply for the position of Motor Driver in the ongoing Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) job recruitment.

Motor Driver at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) – About Position

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in acknowledgment of its evolving role and in the exercise of its oversight function over the Financial Services sector, has decided to intervene in the postgraduate programs of three chosen universities; Ahmadu Bello University, University of Ibadan and University of Nigeria.

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They are hiring to fill the following position described below.

Job Title: Motor Driver

Locations: Enugu, Ibadan-Oyo, Zaria-Kaduna

Job Responsibilities

  • Practice safe driving habits
  • Follow all state and national safety regulations and standards
  • Accurately follow routes, maps, and directions
  • Open vehicle doors and assist passengers
  • Load cargo and baggage
  • Keep exterior of vehicle clean and presentable
  • Clean windows, windshields, and mirrors as needed
  • Keep interior of vehicle clean of debris and clutter
  • Load and unload vehicles
  • Collect payments, document amount, and offer receipts when necessary
  • Complete documentation such as logs, mileage, or cargo and passenger reports
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Job Requirements

  • Demonstrate safe driving practices
  • Able to follow verbal directions, read maps, follow GPS
  • Able to work well alone
  • Reliable and punctual with dedicated professionalism to job and duties
  • Able to adapt to changing schedules or routines
  • Excellent communication and time management skills.
  • Able to assist passengers when needed
  • Organized and able to follow a schedule
  • Focused on customer service
  • Positive attitude and professional demeanor
  • High school diploma or equivalent; relevant experience or knowledge, skills, and mental ability, equivalent to 2 years of high school education
  • Valid driver’s license (Class E) and clean driving record
  • Able to work night, weekends, and holidays as needed
  • Have knowledge of basic security measures/skills
  • Possession of WAEC or NECO with five credits including the English language, and Trade Test I, II, & III is an added advantage.
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How to apply for Motor Driver at Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)

Interested and suitably qualified individuals should: Click here to apply online

Click here for more information (PDF)

Application Deadline

  • 12th March 2020

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