Supply Chain Officer

Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)


Posted 2 months ago

Job Description

● Supervising and organizing the daily activities of the supply chain team, and ensuring they perform the tasks linked to their role. ● Responsible for order, purchase, stock, and freight management at the project level, monitoring and ensuring an efficient implementation of the overall daily supply chain activities. ● Monitoring and ensuring a smooth-running supply administration and the respect of the implemented supply and financial procedures, proposing adjustments where needed. ● Responsible for the supply database and the correct filing and archiving of the supply documentation in order to guarantee the availability and the coherence of supply data. ● Communicating with customers, keeping them up to date concerning the status of their orders (BO confirmation), and prioritizing procurement and transport according to their needs. ● Collecting claims from the field, analyzing causes, and taking corrective actions. ● Collaborating with the log manager and in coordination with the HR department, supervising the associated processes (recruitment, training/induction, briefing/debriefing, evaluation, potential detection, development, and communication) of the staff under his/her responsibility in order to ensure both the sizing and the amount of knowledge required. ● Informing the logistics or supply manager in case of any major issue and draws-up all required reporting, in order to keep updated and reliable information that will help in decision-making. ● Performing any other tasks within the scope of his role, as directed by supervision and according to the needs of the project. ● Supporting the purchasing officer by organizing and defining priorities.


● Bachelor's or Master's degree in Logistics or Supply Chain related fields. ● At least 2 years of essential experience in supply chain management and in the organization of supply administration and procedures.

Employment Type

  • Full Time


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