Aircrafts Consumables Supplies
Ensuring the aircraft is stocked with snacks and refreshments as per crew requirements.
Ensuring snacks and refreshments stock levels are kept within the minimum levels.
Purchasing, distribution, and managing the stock levels of the same as per company requirements
EXTENT OF DISCRETION
KCSE certificate or equivalent
Certificate in Basic First Aid
Certificate of good conduct
Completion of ATC Radio communication training
Preferred Experience and Knowledge
At least 3 years’ consecutive work experience as an aircraft/ground attendant
Proven marshaling skills
General aviation and aircraft knowledge
Good understanding of KAA regulations and Customs rules
Knowledge in Basic First Aid
Knowledge in Basic Airside Driving
Knowledge of Airside Safety Awareness
Basic knowledge in ICT skills
Skills and competencies
Good written and verbal communication
Good interpersonal skills
Ability to observe all the safety standards and report incidences in a timely manner.
Ability to follow instructions and implement SOPs
Ability to find solutions in a challenging work environment
Ability to provide good customer service
Ability to keep calm under pressure
Ability to work effectively with others
Ability to prioritize and manage time
Professional work ethics and integrity
Based at AMREF Flying Doctors Hangar, Wilson airport. AMREF Flying Doctors has a 24-hour work environment.
The position will be based in supply chain and port operations to be Port Operations / Supply Chain unit, Mombasa, Kenya. The internship will be typically for the period of at least 3 months during May/June to August/ September 2021.
The position will either be based in our Social Protection and Cash Based Transfers team of the Programme unit, in the WFP Regional Bureau for East and Central Africa (RBN), based in Nairobi, Kenya, or home-based, depending on the pandemic-caused restrictions