Closing Date:6/13/2023 (MM/DD/YYYY) at 11:59pm UTC
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MNC03 is the country department managing the Egypt, Yemen, and Djibouti country programs. The WBG is a major development partner for all three countries. A rich program of knowledge and analytical work underpins our engagement in all three countries. In Egypt, the Country Partnership Framework (CPF) was approved by the Bank Board in March 2023. The CPF puts the people of Egypt at the center of the strategy in pursuit of three high-level outcomes (HLOs): (1) more and better private sector jobs; (2) enhanced human capital outcomes; and (3) improved resilience to shocks. In addition, the CPF outlines two cross-cutting themes—governance and citizen engagement, and women’s empowerment. The CPF adopts a flexible approach to lending, with a financial envelope of US$7 billion (US$1 billion per year from IBRD and about $2 billion investments by IFC during the entire CPF period), in addition to investments from MIGA.
The MNC03 program is managed out of the Egypt country office. The Egypt Country Office has about 80 staff and works as a regional hub for some other functions also. The Yemen program is headed by a Country Manager currently based in Amman (plans to move to Yemen when security situation permits). The Djibouti Country Office is headed by a Resident Representative. The Country Director is based in Cairo and is supported in Cairo by 4 Programs Leaders as well as two Senior Operations Officer. In addition, in HQ, the office includes a Senior Operations Officer, Country Officer and a Program Assistant.
The Egypt Country Office is seeking to recruit a highly motivated Driver who will report to the Senior Operations Officer.
Roles and Responsibilities
Transport Bank staff to desired destinations. Drive office vehicle(s) as requested, with due regard to time schedules, apply knowledge of driving regulations, safety requirements, traffic and conditions, and preferable routes to minimize travel time.Ensure that highest security standards are applied by passengers as per the Bank Road Safety guidelines and that local regulations are adhered to. Perform the routine maintenance and cleaning of the assigned vehicle, check gasoline, oil, water, battery, brakes, signal lights, tires, etc.; conduct minor repairs and maintenance. Take suitable precautions for the security of the vehicle and its contents when left unattended.Maintain records of trips time and duration, mileage, gasoline consumption, oil changes, and servicing. Deliver the vehicle to the designated vehicle maintenance location and ensure maintenance execution as requested.Make minor purchases, collection, and delivery of required goods from local suppliers as needed for the office. Undertake other assigned tasks requested by or through the Senior Executive Assistant.
Minimum of High School degree (Bachelor’s degree preferred).Basic English is essential.A driving experience of at least six years; of which at least two years must be in an international/ multinational or Development organizations. Valid Driver’s License and good driving record.Defensive driving skills training will be an advantage.Technically sound in basic maintenance of the vehicle.
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