Checker Operator at AB InBev

Dreaming big is in our DNA. Brewing the world’s most loved beers and creating meaningful experiences is what inspires us. We are owners, empowered to lead real change, deliver on tough challenges, and take accountability for the results. We are looking for talent that shares these values, that is ambitious, bold & resilient. We want talent that is looking for fast career growth, cross-functional experiences, global exposure and robust training & development.

The key purpose of this role is to load, unload and stack materials safely and to standard whilst maintaining our governance and customer service standards.


Key outputs and responsibilities:

Fleet Maintenance

To ensure the vehicle is always maintained in good running order by observing maintenance schedule and filling pre-inspection form prior to every trip.
Ensure that the forklift is operated and maintained in optimal condition.
Ensure that fuel and fluids are at acceptable operating levels.

Adherence to Health, Safety and Environmental Standards

To ensure that company and legal stacking regulations are adhered to.
Adherence to and maintenance of site housekeeping standards.
Wearing the correct PPE at all times as designated by site and area

Loading and Unloading Activities

Load summary is used to load correct quantities of split and full pallets
To ensure loading/unloading of products is done as per processes, all products are counted, both at load location and unload locations, and delivery documents are duly signed and issued

Stock Quality Management

Ensure adherence to warehouse stock age standards by means of applying stock rotation principles.
Ensures quality control through checking packaging on warehouse floor prior to loading


Inventory Management

Participate in handover processes before and after every shift
Accurate daily stock counts, duly signed off.
Maintain clear and effective communication with Inventory Analyst/Clerk and or Stocks and Settlement Officer.

Cost Control

To observe standard provided for fuel usage per hour, reduce idling time, no excessive breaking etc.
To ensure breakages and missing bottles are eliminated to zero by following safe driving principles


To ensure pre-trip inspection forms are filled out accurately.
Accurate fuel records are kept, and fuel reports submitted on time as per process.
On time submission of any DPO related reports and requirements, such as reporting of SIO’s.
Accurate stock count sheets are submitted on time and duly signed

Production Continuity (where applicable)

Load empties and raw materials onto production lines whilst ensuring optimal productivity
Remove and stack finished goods from line to bin whilst ensuring optimal line productivity

Key Attributes and Competencies:

Numeracy and literacy skills
Fluent in English and Swahili
Verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work under pressure
Ability to adapt to change effectively
Computer literate
Basic knowledge of automobile engineering


Form IV with certificate in driving from NIT
Valid forklift driver license–Class E & D from Sumatra



Minimum of 3 years experience in operating double handler forklifts
Minimum of 3 years experience driving Heavy Goods Vehicles
Reporting structure:]

Direct reports (solid line):
Dotted line reports:

Additional information:

Band: XI-B
AB InBev is an equal opportunity employer and all appointments will be made in-line with AB InBev employment equity plan and talent requirements. We are a company that promotes gender equality. Internal applicants require Line manager approval. Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional/relevant information as criteria for short-listing. Interested candidates who meet the above specifications may apply no later than 31 May 2023.


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