MEDICAL SUPPLY STOCK MANAGER - NORTH EAST SYRIA
Context presentation: Un Ponte Per (UPP) is a voluntary association founded in 1991, immediately after the bombing of Iraq, which promotes solidarity initiatives for Iraqis who suffered during the war. Un Ponte Per works in Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Serbia and Kosovo alongside civil society organisations. In Italy, it promotes peace and disarmament, defends the common goods, and welcomes refugees and migrants. The aim of UPP is the prevention of new conflicts, particularly in the Middle East. This is achieved through advocacy campaigns, programs which educate and encourage cultural exchange, collaborative projects and peaceful civil interventions.
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Entering year 8 of the Syria crisis, conflict continues to expose civilians to acute humanitarian needs in health, WASH, Shelter, NFI and protection. In North East Syria (NES) widespread displacement, destruction of basic services and increased exposure to protection risks is on-going. In response, UPP and other partners have established different programs to face the current evolving situation.
UPP as a health partner will contribute to programs’ integrated and harmonized multi-sectoral packages of essential services for vulnerable conflict-affected populations through Health, Shelter, WASH and protection interventions. The programs also include the establishment of a common Rapid Response Mechanism for addressing future humanitarian needs. The planned outcome is to improve the health status of the conflict-affected population with a view of building the capacity of local actors and the resilience of communities in NES.
- NES-LOG - Medical Supply Stock Manager - North East Syria and Iraq - 12 months, from
October -main project activities Health
Role and Responsibilities
Un Ponte Per… is looking for a Medical Supply Stock Manager that will be responsible of the following major tasks:
With the project manager and the medical advisors, contributes to the logistics strategy including pre-positioning investments and identify local procurement requirements for each emergency scenarios
Develop a key logistics training/induction programme for any local and national staff in need.
Under the direction of the HoM contribute to revisions or strengthen of country Emergency Preparedness Plans as and when appropriate
Ensure that the donor minimum standards of logistics procedures and country policies are implemented and adhered to in the area of responsibility, supporting relevant staff as required
In agreement with the Head of offices in Iraq and Syria and their logistic staff takes the lead on medical logistics aspects of deployment including importation from humanitarian hubs, transport, warehousing, recording and reporting of drug supply and medical equipment
Support non-medical logistics
Ensure quality standards of drug management are met for each module deployed which will include warehousing, cold chain management, stock rotation and control, pipeline management, consumption monitoring and ordering
Responsible for supervising the correct maintenance of medical equipment
Train public and partners’ health facilities in safe waste management of drug and medical supplies
Recruit, train and manage national logistics staff involved in medical logistics staff, together with HR
University degree in relevant sector or equivalent working experience
At least 3 years professional work experience in Logistic in NGOs
Excellent organizational skills with the ability to coordinate activities
Good literacy, numeracy and IT skills including Excel
Ability to demonstrate initiative, be proactive and offer a solution-oriented approach
Determined and committed to high quality standards
Ability to establish effective working relationships at all levels internally and externally
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to prioritize work, meet deadlines and work calmly under pressure, while maintaining flexibility and professional approach
Excellent oral and written English
Ability to travel in the Middle East with the same ability of a Western European passport owner. Ability to travel in Europe.
Experience in Emergency projects.
Work experience in Medical Logistic in NGOs
Knowledge of the Middle East context and relevant local actors.
Knowledge of Arabic and/or Italian
HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates are invited to submit a detailed CV, a brief cover letter to address the requirements above and contact information for two professional references to: firstname.lastname@example.org . Please reference “LOG - Name Surname” in the subject line of your email application. . In case you are interested also in other positions published in the same period, please apply with just one email and indicate your preferred order. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please name the files attached to your application as follow: surname_name_CV, surname_name_CL, etc. Note: Due to the urgency of this position Un Ponte Per reserves the right to screen applications on a rolling basis.