The Logistic manager will assist in building the capacity of logistics and procurement staff in accordance with Save the Children policies and procedures, create a quick visual reference for logistics and procurement procedures. improve accountability through the implementation of weekly and monthly reporting, provide logistics and procurement support and advice, monitor overall logistics and procurement performance and recommend and implement change as necessary, development of vendor lists, finalizing of procurement plans and requests for current grants daily and weekly car movement tracking sheets and accompanying procedures for vehicle requests, Input of vehicle maintenance records into maintenance database including future service dates, daily, weekly, and monthly checklists of vehicles, disposal of assets as required in accordance with Save the Children and donor guidelines working communication systems (CODAN, VHF, Thuraya, internet) including request for repairs. Support strengthening capacity humanitarian I EPP component of NCO, any other duties requested by line Manager.
A minimum of 6 years senior-level experience in procurement capacity building in several of the following areas:
Human resource management (including human capacity development and leadership development); financial and other management systems; strategic planning and resource allocation; monitoring and 'evaluation; and service delivery, demonstrated competence in assessing, priorities and in managing a variety of activities in a time-sensitive environment, and in meeting deadlines with attention to detail and quality, Proven programmatic. technical, and interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively with professional colleagues in a broad range of local public institutions and NGOs, demonstrated computer skills in MS Office Suite applications, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.