Zido is solving the inefficiencies in Africa’s metropolitan transport and logistics industries. End-to-end intra/inter-city operations to help drivers, transporters, commuters, online retailers, package owners and recipients achieve an efficient framework for transport and logistics.
We are recruiting to fill the positions below:
Job Title: Accounts Officer
Management of petty cash and bank transactions.
Working with journals, sales & purchase ledgers and spreadsheets.
Provide support to the Accounts Department.
Assist with preparation of financial and statistical statements and reports.
Maintaining and reviewing financial records.
Process accounts payable and receivable, depending.
Handle account inquiries from internal and external sources.
Review both incoming and outgoing invoices.
Contact clients about invoices that are past due.
Reconcile accounts with the general ledger.
Handle general account queries.
High level of accuracy and efficiency.
Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to work independently on assigned duties.
Applicants residing on the Island or environs are preferred for ease of commute.
Ordinary National Diploma in Accounting. Corpers are also encouraged to apply.
Minimum of 1-year previous experience as an Accounts Officer or similar role.
Proficiency in Microsoft office tools, particularly MS Excel and other accounting software.
Excellent written and verbal skills.
Application Deadline 31st March, 2020.
Job Title: Truck Supervisor
Duties & Responsibilities
Determine the best delivery methods with vendors and customers, and get the necessary documents and permits that drivers will need when shipping chemicals or livestock.
Train drivers in department policies and procedures, maintain drivers’ conduct.
Serve as a point of contact for customers, building relationships and addressing complaints.
Manage and develop a team of drivers and transport supervisors, who may be working remotely, either alone or in small teams, in order to deliver a high-quality service to customers.
Ensure that all Trucks are compliant with all legal, regulatory and contractual requirements, and where necessary escalate any identified issues and recommend a resolution to the management.
Strategically plan and manage logistics, warehouse, transportation and customer services
Keep records, monitoring drivers’ daily logs for errors or violations and monitoring their working hours and truck availability.
Supervise drivers who transport cargo to and from specified locations.
Supervise drivers’ performance, allocate driver assignments, ensure compliance with safety standards, and maintain all trucks in top working order.
Schedule drivers and assigns routes to maximize productivity.
Monitor the transportation budget to ensure funds are properly utilized and implement organizational objectives as dictated by management.
Manage database that detail transport activities, drivers’ schedules and records.
Coordinate and manage the most efficient loads to remain cost-effective as a company, combining shipments based on their routes and timeline to minimize how many trucks and drivers are out.
The male candidate must have a minimum of 4-6 years of cognate work experience in a reputable Haulage/transport or Logistics company with a good knowledge of Apapa / Tincan Island Ports operations as well as management of not less than 12 truck fleets.
Highly organized analytical thinker with good oral and written communication skills.
Ability to juggle multiple tasks at once and meet deadlines under pressure.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the email.