We know that mobility can be done differently; smarter, cleaner and more social. Our e-scooters are 100% electric and emission-free. We charge them with green electricity generated by solar panels, which ensures cleaner air and less noise pollution. Our electric scooter sharing system is suitable for young and old, perfect for students, handy for entrepreneurs who want to be sure that they arrive fresh and on time at their appointment. And of course for anyone who wants to tour!
Are you tech-savvy and do you love tinkering? Do you want to make the world a little greener? Become a Loss Prevention Field Operator for new member of our family Go Sharing Netherlands office.
What we are looking for;
- A driving licence B,
- Work permit,
- Problem solving skills,
- Control skills,
- Very good command in English and Dutch,
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment,
- No travel restrictions.
What you will do;
Safety first! Prioritize safety at all times, both for yourself and the vehicles you are responsible for. Adhere to traffic laws and follow safety protocols when dealing with lost vehicles.
Vehicle Patrol: Conduct regular patrols throughout the city using a designated mope, car, van to locate vehicles that have been reported as lost.
Vehicle Retrieval: Retrieve lost vehicles found during your patrols and ensure their safe return to the company's premises.
Vehicle Appearance: Maintain the presentable appearance of company vehicles while they are on the streets. This includes cleaning and arranging them as needed.
Vehicle Inspection: Conduct thorough vehicle inspections during your shifts. If you identify any issues, damages, or discrepancies, report them promptly to your supervisor. Document the issues with photographs and provide precise location details.
Daily Reporting: Submit daily reports to your supervisor detailing your activities, including the number of lost vehicles found, any maintenance issues discovered, and actions taken.
Record Keeping: Maintain accurate records of your daily activities, vehicle inspections, and any incidents encountered during patrols.
This list of responsibilities is not exhaustive, and you may be required to perform other tasks and duties as assigned by your supervisor in case of need.