Fresher Logistics Jobs – Store Keeper at Kalangala Oil Palm Growers Trust (KOPGT)

Job Title:     Store Keeper
Organisation: Kalangala Oil
Palm Growers Trust (KOPGT)
Reports to: Logistics Officer
Duty Station: Uganda
About US:
Kalangala Oil
Palm Growers Trust (KOPGT) supports oil palm farmers in Kalangala to grow oil
palm and market the crop for the benefit of the oil palm growers. KOPGT
provides long term reliable support to small scale oil palm farmers and out
growers’ scheme, Bugala and outlaying Islands in Kalangala District. KOPGT
works closely with the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF)
-Vegetable Oil Development Project Phase two (V0DP2) to achieve its mission of
supporting farmers.
Job Summary:  The Store Keeper will mainly ensure that farmers
obtain farm inputs on time.
Key Duties and Responsibilities: 
In charge of receiving inputs and items.
Responsible for issuing out inputs and items.
Ensure proper storage of inputs and items.
In charge of proper record keeping and stock
Regularly report damages, obsolete and expired
Prepare and submit monthly reports in relation to
Qualifications, Skills and
The ideal candidate should preferably hold a Diploma
in Stores Management. Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant business
course from a recognized institution will be an added advantage.
A minimum of two years of related experience. One
year in a typical plantation agricultural environment.
Computer literacy skills required.
Demonstrated ability to empathize and communicate
with farmers to provide information and advice in an acceptable way.
Good listening skills with ability to listen to
Highly pro-active approach to work with the ability
to take field level decisions.
Ability to observe and take action as appropriate.
Willingness to work away from home and to spend at
least five full days per week on the island.
Willingness to work during unsocial hours.
Computer literacy skills i.e. proficiency in at
least two MS Office Suite packages.
Good report writing skills.
Hold a current driving license.
Willingness and ability to ride a motor cycle.
Fluent in the local language of Kalangala District.
How to Apply: 
All suitably
qualified and interested Ugandan citizens are encouraged to send their updated CVs,
cover letters and copies of academic documents via post to:
The General
Kalangala Oil
Palm Growers Trust (KOPGT),
P.O. Box 39
Kalangala, Uganda.
Email to:
Hand deliver applications to the Secretariat Head Quarters at Kibanga in
Kalangala District.
Deadline: 7th January 2016

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