Deadline: 14 November 2022
World Health Organization (WHO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of National Professional Officer (Logistics) in Tripoli, Libya. The duration of this post is 1 year.
The primary role of WHO is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system.
Key Job Responsibilities
The National Professional Officer (Logistics) will perform the following functions:
- Prepare logistics and support plans, deployment timelines and budget requirements for planned or new operations.
- Identify additional training needs in logistics and arrange training courses to achieve high working standards
- Supervise and coordinate transportation operations, storage, shipping and delivery of supplies’ consignments to the Ministry of Health and/or other counter parts in Syria.
- Establish and maintain work program and schedule for ongoing contracts and newly planned ones.
- Investigate and submit reports regarding discrepancies in delivered goods.
- Supervise and direct Logistics Assistants and Drivers.
- Provide regular/periodical reports on the status of supplies related to each programme area.
- Oversee the handling of relevant claims on missing, damaged and /or short-landed supplies/consignments.
- Supervise the management and maintenance of WHO vehicles in the absence of the transport focal point.
- Serve as the security focal point in the absence of the local security assistant .
- Perform any other duties as designated by the WHO representative.
Applicants must have:
- University degree in Transport, Economics, Supply Chain, Logistics, Engineering, Business Management, or other related field.
- Masters degree in public health
- At least one year relevant experience in the area of supply and logistics.
- Knowledge of WHO mandate and goals or experience in UN Organizations, NGOs is considered an asset. Project management / Results-based Management (RBM) is an asset.
- Expert knowledge of Arabic.
- Expert knowledge in English.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, visit WHO.