Essential: First University Degree in logistics, supply chain management, business administration, public administration or engineering.
Desirable: Specialized training in logistics for emergency and/or humanitarian responses, security management, transport, distribution, WASH, cold chain or other field related to Health Logistics and construction.
Essential: At least five years experience supporting diverse logistics and supply chain operations in outbreaks and/or humanitarian contexts in LMICs. International experience within UN system and/or NGOs.
Desirable: Capacity building and/or Team management
Expert knowledge in one or several technical areas such as procurement, warehousing and stock control, goods distribution, transportation, IT/Telecom, WASH, cold chain/vaccination campaign, IDPs/Refugees camp set up, construction and rehabilitation, energy, fleet management.
- Capacity to identify priority activities and assignments and adjust priorities and conflicts as they arise.
- Excellent ability to multitask, explain technical issues and resolve problems in a proactive manner.
- Proven commitment to quality and good client orientation and ability to take part in training activities with tact and diplomacy.
- Ability to write/communicate in a clear and concise manner.
Languages And Level Required (Basic/Intermediate/Expert)
Essential: Expert knowledge of English.