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Motorbike Rider Recruitment
Salary: KSH 15,000 – 18,000
We are a courier company with clients all over Nairobi. We seek to hire a motivated and professional motorbike rider for pick up and delivery for our clients.
- Experienced motorcycle rider – at least two years on the road.
- Relevant work experience in a courier company.
- Keen attention to detail, Good written and spoken English, good spoken Swahili.
- Basic use of computers.
- At least KCSE or equivalent.
- Be reliable and punctual.
- Have good literacy and numeracy skills.
- Have the ability to read and follow maps and guides, plan and learn routes.
- Be clean, friendly and presentable and have a mature attitude.
- A basic knowledge of motorcycle maintenance is useful but not required.
- You should be physically fit, in good health and have good eyesight.
- At least 25 years of age.
- Holders of a driving licence that bears a class FG stamp.
- You must be a holder of a police clearance certificate (Good Conduct).
- Knowledge of the geography of Nairobi and its environs is an added advantage.
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