Reporting to the Livestock Coordinator, the incumbent will be responsible for the efficient supply and delivery of beef products to clients in Nairobi. He/She will also be responsible for conducting customer satisfaction feedback, funds collections and credit management. He/she will be required to drive and perform basic maintenance on a 14 ton reefer truck that will deliver beef carcasses to Nairobi from Ol Pejeta, 4 days per week. On non-delivery days he/she will help with Livestock and Agriculture supervisory work on the conservancy and double up driving 4x4 vehicles.
Ol Pejeta Beef (OPB) is a commercial arm of Ol Pejeta Conservancy that produces grass fed, conservation beef in harmony with nature. All profits from the operation are reinvested into community and conservation activities.
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Any person who wishes to be considered for the above position is requested to submit their application letters together with copies of relevant certificates, testimonials/references and any valid professional licenses to the address provided or email@example.com with the relevant job title as the email subject to the Head of Human Capital by Friday, 17th April 2020.
THE OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
ALL POTENTIAL CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
Every year, Ol Pejeta receives many requests from volunteers wishing to spend some of their time on the Conservancy helping in any way they can in support of its conservation and community development aims. Ol Pejeta welcomes two types of volunteers:
- Individuals who wish to donate their skills and time to Ol Pejeta. This is very much for accomplished professionals who have very specific skills and would like to give back to us.
- Individuals who would like to join our 2-week Immersive Conservation Programme. This programme is tailored to provide an immersive, hands-on and fulfilling experience in one of Africa's most pristine conservation areas.
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INTERNSHIP / ATTACHMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Ol Pejeta works to provide students with a fulfilling work environment by offering internship/attachment opportunities. Students engaged in internship/attachment programmes are fully immersed into the day-to-day operations of the conservancy to prepare them for productive work opportunities in future.
Internship/attachment are usually only offered to Kenyan citizens, but if you are outside of Kenya, please provide us with a CV, and a letter from your college supporting the internship/attachment. We will consider your application carefully.
If interested in applying for an internship on Ol Pejeta, please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org