Key Tasks and Responsibilities
The activities, functions and areas of accountability for the job must be clearly defined here. Start each key task with a verb that describes what the employee must do.
Examples include develop, meet, organize, plan, arrange, supervise, communicate, review, prepare, manage, monitor, write, handle, evaluate, maintain, analyse and
implement. Minimum of five (5) task/responsibilities are required.
Attend to staff needs, monitor staff attendance, staff rotations lunch, rest & recreation.
Monitor parts system or open invoices, sales invoices and pending invoices o opt:
Minimize open invoices, minimize usage of manual invoices.
Maintain spare parts inventory, run aged report daily as per FO Mgr advice.
Education and Training
State the necessary level of education and qualifications and training required to perform the job. For example Bachelors Degree, diploma, examinations passed, registrations
Knowledge and Experience
Specific experience required. Specific knowledge required. For example knowledge and experience of software applications, equipment, job methods and tools, technical
processes, accounting principals, legislation and standards.
These are the skills and abilities required to successfully perform the key tasks. Competency examples include communication skills, planning and organizing ability, problem
analysis, problem solving, adaptability, the ability to delegate, stress tolerance, initiative, negotiation skills, persuasiveness and attention to detail.
State any working conditions that the employee needs to be aware of such as working environment, hours of work and any special conditions such as high noise levels, shifts,
travel and overtime, travelling, driving etc.
Uniforms, safety boots, and etc…..comply to OMTL