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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Nafasi ya Kazi Electrical Technician - Coca-cola Kwanza Limited, Mwisho wa Kutuma Maombi ni Tarehe 20 July 2018

Coca-Cola Kwanza Limited Is part of the only anchor bottler in Africa, (Coca-Cola Beverage Africa) in the Coca-Cola Company's global franchise system. As a multinational company dealing in fast moving consumer products, we strive to maintain world class standards in every aspect of our business.
In addition, we are also committed to train and develop Tanzanian citizens, and to this end we require the services of high calibre Tanzanian to provide a leading edge to our business.

Electrical Technician Coca-Cola Beverage Africa Tanzania requires the services of Electrical Technician, to be based in Mbeya Plant. The incumbent will directly report to the Electrical Specialist

Do RCFA for every breakdown longer than S minutes.
All planned preventative maintenance executed as per plan.
Adhere to Electrical safety policies & procedures.
Trend analysis done with PM Planner
All high risk Issues are raised quickly
All personal tools, special tools and workshoptools to be maintained in a safe and serviceable condition.
Health & Safety incidents are reported &actioned as per procedures.
100% compliance of GMP

Minimum requirement a TZFTC/Diploma in Electrical Engineering. TWO years practical relevant experience in Electrical maintenance in manufacturing industry preferably with FMCG. knowledge In programmable logic controllers and ability to troubleshoot process transmitters and to carryout electrical installations. Good in electrical fault diagnostics by the use of electrical diagrams, good analytical and numerical skills, good communication and interpersonal skills ability to perform regular work correctly and in time without follow up and guidance, must be able to work within a team and demonstrate high integrity and honesty work ethics.

Interested and Qualified persons are invited to direct their applications to:

Human Resources,
Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd,
P.O. Box 2332.
or email by no later than 20th July 2018.

Source: The Guardian July 17, 2018