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Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the positions described below:

Methods engineer | Deputy head teacher – Magadi Soda School Early Childhood Development (Ecd) Centre

Methods engineer

The successful candidate will have the primary responsibility to ensure the implementation of the best in class asset care management policies, procedures and methods. The job scope also includes planning and scheduling maintenance works to maximise equipment and plant availability cost effectively with optimal resource deployment.

The key responsibilities of the job holder will be to:
Implement the application of world class asset care policies, procedures, tools and methods.
Undertake the planning and scheduling of maintenance operations
Plan and execute plant, equipment and lubrication inspections as agreed with the Chief Engineer
Lead the planning and co-ordination of shutdowns
Ensure availability of critical spares
Optimise maintenance cost and the deployment of resources
Maximise plant and equipment availability
Analyse maintenance performance, develop and implement associated action plans to improve both reliability and maintenance practices
Achieve target quality of technical specifications for spares and maintenance works
Assist the Chief Engineer in the preparation of the maintenance budget
Manage technical documentation and the codification of equipment
Lead the planning and plant inspection teams.
Required qualifications
5 years experience in heavy manufacturing industry
University graduate in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
Experience working in a world class asset care environment
Excellent understanding of safety rules and procedures across all operations
Well developed leadership and managerial competencies
Proficiency in IT skills including Ms Office packages
Commercial exposure
Effective communication, interpersonal, organisation and planning skills


Deputy head teacher – Magadi Soda School Early Childhood Development (Ecd) Centre

The job holder will have the key responsibility for excellence in managing the ECD department to the highest standards and effectively prepare children for Primary School education by establishing a solid foundation for them.

Reporting to the Head Teacher, the duties and responsibilities will be to:
Check termly schemes of work for all ECD teachers.
Check lesson plans for all ECD teachers regularly.
Ensure that the ECD syllabus is adequately covered by all teachers in each class level.
Maintain an up to date Admission Register for all children within the Magadi Soda School ECD Centre.
Ensure smooth transition of children to Primary School by maintaining high academic standards.
Ensure the safety of all children while in school.
Ensure that fee payments for all children are up to date.
Ensure that play materials for children are in good serviceable condition and safe for children to use at all times.
Ensure that all the wash rooms are always clean for use.
Maintain an inventory of all school items.
Maintain the School First Aid Kit and ensure it is in usable condition.
Ensure the ECD environment is kept in good state and advice on any repairs that may be required.
Ensure that the snacks taken by children are well prepared and consumable.
Ensure that all the registers are marked and checked on weekly basis.
Ensure that parent(s) are called whenever any child is unwell to take to hospital for treatment.
Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Head Teacher from time to time for the smooth running of the school.
Required qualifications
Diploma in Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE).
Possession of a relevant degree will be an added advantage.
Minimum of three years proven leadership experience in a similar school.
Highly developed leadership, communication, interpersonal, organisation, planning and team working skills

How to apply
Applications are strictly online. Please access the link below
to apply click here

Please note that paper applications will not be considered.

Applications are to be submitted through the above link to reach by April 25, 2014.

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