Driver – 2 Positions at Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority

  • Full Time
  • Nairobi

Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority

  • Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority (SASRA) was established under the Sacco Societies Act, CAP 490B with a mandate to license, regulate and supervise the Sacco Sector in Kenya. The Authority is seeking to recruit two (2) dynamic, resilient and honest professionals with excellent communication skills to fill the position of Drivers (SASRA 9). The suitable candidate shall be employed on permanent and pensionable terms of service.


  • Responsible for driving the Authority’s vehicles as authorized by providing safe, reliable and timely transportation of staff and authorized goods and maintenance of assigned vehicles to support realization of the Authority’s mandate in compliance with the Traffic Act.


  • Drive the Authority’s vehicle as authorized;
  • Maintain clear and effective communication with passengers and relevant personnel ensuring any changes to schedules or routes are communicated promptly and clearly;
  • Ensuring the vehicle road worthiness and other statutory compliance;
  • Undertake daily routine inspection of allocated vehicles, carrying out minor maintenance services, including oiling;
  • Monitor service and repair schedules of motor vehicles, recognize and report any defects and mechanical defaults to the relevant authorities;
  • Maintain accurate records of motor vehicle utilization, trips, including mileage, fuel consumption, and other relevant information required for reporting purposes;
  • Keep custody of Authority daily work tickets, fuel cards and update fuel records for assigned motor vehicles;
  • Report incidences and accidents to police and the office immediately they occur;
  • Coordinate general cleanliness and safety of motor vehicles on and off the road as per the OSHA Act as guided;
  • Prepare and submit reports on transport when the need arises;
  • Manage and resolve complaints from stakeholders;
  • Display the utmost professionalism, discretion, and confidentiality when interacting with passengers and while being privy to sensitive information or conversations; and
  • Promote National values and Principles of Governance in the conduct of duties.
  • Develop, implement and review individual work plan in line with the department’s performance targets;
  • Implement risk management policy and strategies;
  • Implement corruption prevention and mitigation strategies activities;
  • Foster a corporate culture that promotes ethical practices and good citizenship; and
  • Implement citizen service delivery charter.


  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mean grade D+ (Plus) or its approved equivalent qualification.
  • Valid driving license free from any current endorsements and valid for any of the classes of vehicles which the officer is required to drive.
  • Certificate of suitability trade test for drivers.
  • Occupational Trade Tests II/I for Drivers.
  • First Aid Certificate course lasting not less than one (1) week from St. Johns Ambulance or any other recognized institution.
  • Defensive Driving Certificate from the Automobile Association of Kenya (AA) or its equivalent qualification from any other recognized institution.
  • Demonstrated outstanding professional competence in work performance and results.
  • Proficiency in computer applications; and
  • Certification in Automotive engineering or its equivalent will be an added advantage;

Method of Application

If your career profile matches the requirements of this position, please submit your application with a detailed curriculum vitae indicating your qualifications, experience, present position, e-mail address and mobile telephone number with copies of certificates and testimonials and Identity Card to on or before 4th June 2024 to 24th June 2024.

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