World Bicycle Relief
World Bicycle Relief
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Shop Assistants x5

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Buffalo Bicycles Zambia Limited is inviting applications from suitably qualified individuals to apply for employment as Shop Assistants in our organization on a 1year Fixed Term Contract. Preferred candidates should reside in the specified areas.

Locations: Chipata (1), Mpika (1), Kalomo (1), Mpongwe (1), Kaoma (1)

Key Responsibilities:

1. Shelf packing and helping customers identify faults on Bicycles

2. Processing payments and correctly code expenditures (travel expenses, fuel) and also ensure that payments are adequately authorised and supported, filling adequate accounting source documents

3. Customer experience and service management

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

5. Any other duties as may be assigned

Skills and Personal Attributes:

1. Attention to detail / Excellent analytical and negotiation skills.

2. Good command of Microsoft Office and Pastel Partner

Knowledge Required:

A clear understanding of operational policies and procedures

A clear understanding of operational plans

A clear understanding of statutory requirements with regards to finance.

Qualifications and Experience:

Grade 12 Certificate

Certification in Business or related field added advantage

Must have good customer relations / knowledge of Bicycle repair added advantage

Method of Application

Please email your application & copies of certified academic qualifications before close of business

Hand / Mail delivery to – Plot 38389, off Kafue Road, Behind Makeni Mall / P.O Box 38991 Lusaka.

Buffalo Bicycle Zambia Limited is an equal opportunity employer.

Application deadline
9 Feb 15:00
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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.