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Ngong Veg Limited – Spray Supervisor (Mwea Farm).

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QUALIFICATIONS
  • Certificate/diploma in general agriculture/horticulture.
  • Previous working experience in the same field.
  • Promote and project a positive attitude towards the company and its objectives.
  • Knowledge of farm equipment and machinery and the ability to operate and to effectively train others in the safe operations of such.
  • Skill in the application of chemicals including an awareness of coverage requirements, weather conditions and obstructions that prevent acceptable application of chemicals and chemical drift effects.
  • Skill and ability to evaluate systems-identify measures or indicators of system performance and the actions needed to improve or correct performance relative to goals of the company.
  • Computer acumen and skills i.e. proficiency in MS office programmes.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES
  • Must have valid Kenyan Tractor driving license.
  • Respirator fit test certified.
  • Current CPR and first aid certificates.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITY
  1. Supervising spray operators’ activities related to chemicals and record keeping.
  2. Maintaining consistent communication with the farm operations lead to ensure clarity of intent and clarity of desired outcome.
  3. Reading, interpreting and translating chemical labels to spray operators as needed.
  4. Monitoring and overseeing spray applications to ensure safety and accuracy.
  5. Planning and coordinating pre-operation set up tasks with farm operations lead to ensure complete understanding of crops to be sprayed, labour requirements and chemical availability.
  6. Ensuring all personal protective equipment (PPE) clothing/rain gear, eye safety, eye wash and chemical decontamination points are in proper working condition.
  7. Inspecting equipment to ensure proper functioning, recommend machinery, equipment and supplies necessary for optimum performance.
  8. Verifying operator knowledge of tasks and specifics of operating and loading procedures.
  9. Providing appropriate training and education on the safe use and operation of equipment and spraying techniques.
  10. Ensuring that each operator has appropriate PPE and the same are properly used at the work place.
  11. Starting motors and engaging machinery such as sprayers, pumps and portable spray equipment to verify that they are operating properly and safely.
  12. Mixing pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides according to directions.
  13. Calibrating sprayers and chemical applications equipment.
  14. Filling sprayers with water and chemicals according to formulas using safe practices and applying to crops at recommended rates.

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