Cleaner at North East Regional Initiative (NERI) Nigeria

The North East Regional Initiative (NERI) Nigeria - An International Development Organization is seeking applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:Job Title: CleanerLocation: Monguno, BornoContract Term: FulltimePosition SummaryThe cleaner will be responsible for daily cleaning and generator maintenance.The cleaner will ensure that the office is clean and orderly and presentable to visitors.The office cleaner will keep tidy the kitchen, lobby, empty rubbish bins, ensure that the yard is clean and maintained and monitor generator usage, turning on the generator in the morning, and ensuring that the generator is secured in the evening. Upon request, the cleaner may assist other staff members with simple administrative tasks like photocopying or filing.This position will be based in Monguno, Borno StateReporting & SupervisionThe Cleaner reports technically to the Guest house Manager in Maiduguri and administratively to the Junior Program Manager Monguno.Primary ResponsibilitiesPrimary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:Keep office clean and orderly, including the kitchen, lobby and toilets at all timesPrepare coffee, tea, and meals as required for staff and local partners during working hours;Empty rubbish bins regularlyMaintain yard and basic landscaping dutiesInform the Administration or GHM of any required office supplies such as drinking water, toiletries, etc;Inform the Administration or Logistics Officer of any required building repairs;Secure generator and ensure that basic usage logs are maintainedAssist the GHM to secure the office consumable stock and ensure usage in compliance with operational guidelinesAssist in organizing and preparing the office for meetings;Assist the GHM with Inventory management, filing and documentation of stock record forms;Any other work as required by Manager and Operational policies 

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