This job requires the candidate to possess a valid driving license for a motorcycle. The license should be current and in good standing. The candidate should also have a minimum KCSE certificate to qualify for the position.
In addition to the above requirements, having a certificate in phlebotomy will be considered an added advantage. Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood from patients for medical testing, research, or transfusion. A certificate in phlebotomy indicates that the candidate has received training in the proper techniques for drawing blood and handling blood samples.
Furthermore, the ideal candidate should have at least 2 years of driving experience on a motorcycle. This experience demonstrates that the candidate is familiar with the mechanics of driving a motorcycle, understands traffic laws and safety regulations, and is capable of maneuvering through various terrains and weather conditions.
In summary, the candidate must have a current driving license for a motorcycle, a minimum KCSE certificate, and preferably, a certificate in phlebotomy. Additionally, the candidate should have at least 2 years of driving experience on a motorcycle to qualify for this position.