Device Technician – Moove Recruitment


Job Description

Moove is on a mission to redefine what large-scale rideshare leasing and vehicle ownership look like in Africa. We are developing an innovative model to rapidly improve the availability of vehicles for on-demand ridesharing services across major metro cities while also creating sustainable jobs for drivers.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

The Job : Device Technician

Job Status: Full Time Job,Graduate/Exp

Remuneration: Attractive,

Location:  Lagos, Nigeria

Job Profile

  • The device technician will ensure that all devices and sensors in our vehicles are working from a hardware standpoint.

Primary Responsibilities

  • He/she will take part in monitoring installations from our vendors, ensuring that the process is done neatly and no damages are done to our cars.
  • He/she will be responsible for maintenance, basic repairs, and replacement where necessary.
  • He would assist in vehicle recovery where vehicle tracking is required and would be responsible for mobilizing cars in cases where the device malfunctions.
  • He will ensure devices are working properly from a hardware standpoint by physically inspecting each car as they come in for monthly inspections.

What You will need for this position

  • Must have at least a diploma in a related field
  • Must have no less than 5 years experience in auto electric and tracker installation
  • Have basic knowledge of reporting with sheets.

Application Closing Date
25th March, 2021

How To Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their application to: [email protected] using “Device Technician” as the subject of the mail.

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Job Categories: Technicians Jobs In Nigeria. Job Types: Full-time. Job Tags: Device Technician jobs and Moove jobs. Salaries: Jobs in Lagos and N100000 – N200000.

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