Coca-Cola Kwanza is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA). CCBA is the largest African Coca-Cola bottler, accounting for 40% of all Coca-Cola volumes on the continent. CCBA is a market leader in the NARTD (Non-Alcoholic Ready to Drink Market) in Africa.
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Location: Dar es salaam, Tanzania
Deadline: 24th June 2021
Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd has an exciting opportunity in Logistics department. We are looking for a 05 talented individual with relevant skills and experience in Logistics for a Distribution Driver position to be based in Dar es Salaam. The successful candidate will directly report to the respective Distribution Team Leader.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be responsible;
1. Hauling of bulk stock (Primary Distribution) between Manufacturing Plants and Official Coca-Cola Distributor’s (OCCDs)
2. Delivery of stock (Secondary Distribution) to Direct Delivery customers and OCCD’s.
3. Providing professional and efficient customer service to the internal and external customers.
4. Conducting and Compile necessary invoicing to ensure that all delivery documents are correct and checked.
6. Co-coordinating and receiving customer invoices.
7. Perform daily stock counts in an accurate and prompt manner.
8. Comply with security checks and procedures.
9. Management and supervision of the crew on the truck.
10. Abide by the traffic laws and regulations of the country.
11. Comply with company safety standards and ensures no fatality.
12. Settlement of loads after every delivery.
Skills, Experience & Education
Applicants should have at least Secondary education (Form IV), valid and applicable drivers licence. Excellent communication skills, at least 2 years of prior distribution driving experience and should be prepared to work fixed shifts at a specific time of day or days of the week. The candidate should have a demonstrated high level of integrity and professionalism.