World Bicycle Relief
World Bicycle Relief
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Customer Service Assistant

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Buffalo Bicycles Zambia Limited is inviting applications from suitably qualified individuals to apply for a career as a Customer Service Assistant /Assistant Shop Controller career (6) in our organization.

(1-year contract) – rural-based.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Petty cash Management

2. Processing payments, daily banking and Filing

3. Ensure that all invoices and receipts are raised

4. Preparation of inventory counts and reconciliation

5. Customer experience and service management

6. Ensuring secure and tidy maintenance of office buildings and assets under their control.

Skills and Personal Attributes:

1. Attention to detail

2. Good command of Microsoft Office and Pastel Partner

3. Analytical and Negotiation skills.

Knowledge Required:

A clear understanding of operational policies, plans and procedures

A clear understanding of statutory requirements with regard to stock and finance.

Qualifications and Experience:

Diploma in Business Administration or related field

Must have good customer relations

Knowledge of Pastel Partner or other POS software added advantage

Method of Application

Please email your application & copies of certified academic qualifications before COB 12 May 2023 to;; ;

Hand or mail delivers to – Plot 38389 Makeni Mall off Kafue road, P.O Box 38991 Lusaka.

Buffalo Bicycle Zambia Limited is an equal-opportunity employer.

Approved by:

Country Director – Zambia

Application deadline
12 May 15:00
Hand deliver applications to
Plot 38389 Makeni Mall off Kafue road, P.O Box 38991 Lusaka.
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World Bicycle Relief
International NGO
Dedicated to providing access to independence and livelihood through the power of bicycles, World Bicycle Relief is an international NGO that specialises in large-scale, comprehensive bicycle programs. The organisation has supplied over 23,000 bicycles to Zambia. The NGO was originally founded in 2005 by SRAM Corporation and Trek Bicycles in response to the Indian Ocean Tsunami. Since then it has grown to include operations in Sub Saharan Africa, distributing thousands of bicycles across Africa.