LOGISTICS OFFICER 84 views

Job Expired

Action Against Hunger is recruiting a suitably qualified Sierra Leonean as Logistics Officer to be in charge of the Logistics General Services at Capital level with support from the Logistics Head of Department in the strategical decision

KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
Manage the fleet (Vehicles and Generators)
– Plan movements of vehicles in capital on weekly basis and movements to the bases based on
the need and according to the scheduled plan.
– Centralize the vehicles needs at mission level on monthly basis,
– Create PL on the LINK for the capital needs and submit them to the Supply Chain officer
– Coordinate all fleet needs with the rental car provider and being the only focal point
– Centralize and follow up the maintenance needs of the vehicles at mission level and handle
them with the supplier.
– Centralize feedback from the drivers regarding the maintenance done by the car rental
company.
– Gather all fuel data from the logbook in the fuel data sheet, and to crosscheck with fuel tickets
for the capital (invoices).
– Analyse the fuel consumption for every car and take corrective measure if necessary
– Follow up on the drivers absences

-Provide basic training to drivers on logbook management and basic road signs in alignment with
ACF Kitlog.

To ensure general maintenance of the Capital Office and Guesthouse premises
– Supervise the building, rehabilitation and maintenance required for the functioning of the base
and the living environment.
– Ensure supply of water, cooking gas for all premises.
– Coordinate the implementation of the security means for the office and the guest houses
(doors and locks, fire extinguishers, first aid kit, emergency numbers…).
– Monitor needed repairs for the premises, done either directly or through contractors.
– Ensure proper supplier relation for regular maintenance of the premises
– Follow up on the third party (supplier) work done on the premises
– Follow up on the contract termination of the building
– Responsible for the Logistics Petty Cash procedure in order to proceed to urgent minor repair.

Maintain a safe, qualitative and uninterrupted electricity supply to the ACF’s structure.
– Ensure that the capital office and GH have proper and safe electrical network.
– Support the Log Head of department base on regular energy assessment check;
– Organize and ensure maintenance on electrical facilities according to ACF procedures
– Make sure all systems are protected for the safety of the persons and the equipment
– Detect malfunctioning in the electrical network and fix them
– Maintain all aspects of electricity supply through the distribution network, to the sockets and
appliance
– Support the programs when implementing an electricity system (solar system, battery back-up,
etc..)

Manage the Logistics team in the base
– Day-to-day management of the drivers’ team (guidance, follow-up, motivation);
– Prepare work plan for the drivers;
– Follow up on disciplinary procedures related to the team;
– Organize and lead monthly fleet meetings;
– Manage the schedule for leave planning for the drivers;
– In consultation with Logistics Head of Department, organise Annual Refresher Training for
Drivers on security rules.
– Evaluating the performance and developing the skills of his/her team members

Reporting
– Provide accurate and on time delivery of Action Against Hunger monthly logistics reporting
(MLR) on the following information:
– Fleet management Reporting;
– Generator Management Reporting;
– Warehouse Management and stock reporting
– Utilities usage report (public power supply, water supply consumption

-Ensure the following reports and documents are properly filled up with accurate information
and available anytime to Logistics Head of department:

Teamwork:
As part of the Coordination Logistics team, the Logistics Officer may be required upon workload
and request to support his colleagues on temporary activities.

Gender Action
– Contribute to the development of necessary gender methods and tools, such as overall
guidelines and guidelines for specific processes.
– Demonstrate experience and/or personal commitment to promoting gender equality within
the Action Against Hunger work environment
– Works with project teams to ensure access and participation of women, men, girls and boys
at risk to Action Against Hunger’s response, recovery and rehabilitation work
– Arrange for the preparation of special reports as needed, on particular gender issues.

QUALIFICATIONS
– BSC Degree in Logistics, Procurement and Supply Chain Management;
– Minimum of 1- 3 years relevant experience in NGO Logistics operations
REQUIRED SKILLS
– Excellent time management,
– communication and customer handling skills
– Good organizational skills.
– Able to work under pressure and to meet tight deadlines.
– Good computer skills, including Microsoft office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

WORK CONDITIONS
STARTING DATE: May 2022
DURATION OF CONTRACT: One (1) Year Sierra Leonean contract (Renewable)
LOCATION: Freetown, with frequent travels to Moyamba and other field areas

REMUNERATION:
Monthly Basic Salary: SLL3,567,200 to SLL 4,096,960 based on profile
Monthly Transport Allowance: 15% of Monthly Basic Salary
Housing Allowance: 15% of Monthly Basic Salary
Medical Insurance

HOW TO APPLY:
Send Motivation Letter, CV saved in your name – for example (Joe Blue CV) for your CV, and (Joe
Blue Motivation Letter) for your motivation letter, with names of three (3) referees by EMAIL,
under the Subject “Logistics Officer” to  recruitment@sl-actionagainsthunger.org

Deadline for the receipt of applications is Friday, 6th May 2022.
Due to the urgency of this position, applications may be sorted on a rolling basis.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for a written test and oral interview.

Action Against Hunger is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages
all competent persons, irrespective of gender, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons
living with disabilities, to apply and become part of the organization. Action Against Hunger has a
zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of Action
Against Hunger, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination.

Action Against Hunger is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Qualified Women and Persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged
to apply

More Information

  • This job has expired!
Email Me Jobs Like These
Showing 1–0 of 0 jobs
Share this job
Company Information

Contact Us

 

Thanks for visiting HCI-SL Job Board Site!!

Follow Us On

CONTACT US

18 Upper Brook Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Mobile No. +232-76-863-157
Email:humancapitalinstitute.sl@gmail.com
Website: www.hci-sl.org