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Logistic and Comodity Manager (1)/ Officer (1).

Data Publika: 24/01/2019
Data Modifika: 24/01/2019
  • Fatin: Bairo Pite, Comoro, Dili, Timor-Leste






JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS AT CARE INTERNATIONAL IN TIMOR-LESTE


CARE International in Timor-Leste (CITL) will implement a 5-year United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) funded program called HATUTAN (Hahán ne’ebé Atu fó Tulun ho Nutrisaun no Edukasaun),to build a partnership between schools and their communities to improve literacy, learning, health and nutrition for children and adults in the municipalities of Ainaro, Ermera, Liquica and Manatuto. The project will partner with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports as the lead Ministry to strengthen pre-school and primary school performance in literacy, health and nutrition and support the full implementation of the government school feeding program.


CARE is an international development and humanitarian aid organization fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities. As a non-religious and non-political organization, CARE works with communities to help overcome poverty by supporting development efforts and providing emergency assistance. We believe supporting women and girls is one of the most effective ways to create sustainable outcomes in poor communities.


Please see the list of positions and short summary of each position currently under recruitment. You may request the full job description from HR.TLS@careint.org


CARE is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workplace. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.


Logistic and Commodity Manager (1): Under the supervision of the Director of Finance and Administration, the Logistic and Commodity Manager will lead the logistics operation including procurement of all goods and services required by the project, maintenance and inventory of project asset, project vehicle management and logistic support for all project offices during the project implementation.


S/He also will have the overall responsibility for the management of imported commodities and ensure effective supply chain management in place. This includes commodity planning in line with requirements, manage importation, shipping, survey, port operation, ensure warehousing, transportation, distribution, record keeping, reporting and monitoring. S/he will establish an effective control and monitoring system of commodity movement at all stages of transport, handling, storage, and distribution for receiving commodity at port and coordinating all port operation activities including coordinating with port officials. S/he will coordinate teams consisting of CARE & partners. S/he will supervise the Commodity Tracking and Procurement Officer and provide technical guidance to ensure timely and accurate commodity accounting and reporting following the complex donor rules and regulation.


The role requires a high level of professionalism, good leadership, excellent organizational and planning skills and attention to detail with an ability to work confidentially and appropriately with others across a diverse team.


This position is based in Dili, with regular travels required to other field offices.


 Qualifications:


1.      Minimum Bachelors' degree in any discipline with minimum 7- 8 years’ relevant work experience, preferably in an International Non-Government Organization (INGO) including 3-5 years practical experience of food commodity handling;


2.      Ability to manage the logistic and commodity technical function and implement procedures and processes, with minimal supervision;


3.      Proven demonstrated experience of working in large and complex project from USG funded projects;


4.      Knowledge of port operation and USDA rules and regulations is desirable;


5.      Experience as a supervisor of other operational support staff;


6.      Excellent written and verbal skills in both Tetum and English and good numerical skills;


7.      Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in software package including Ms Offices;


8.      Demonstrated high level organizational and time management skills, including the ability to plan and manage workflows and balance competing priorities to ensure timely processing to meet deadlines in a complex environment;


9.      Demonstrated strong leadership, decision making, problem solving, planning, analytical and communication skills;


10.  Representational skills including developing networks and relationships with key stakeholders;


11.  Proven understanding of working with an International Non-Government Organization (INGO) and a willingness to learn about CARE, gender equality and women’s empowerment activities.


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Logistic and Commodity Officer (1):


Under the supervision of the Logistic and Commodity Manager, this position will perform the commodity management activities and logistic operation including tracking of procurement of all goods and services required by the project, maintenance and inventory of project assets, project vehicle management and logistics support for all project offices during the project implementation.


S/He will be responsible to design/develop commodity tracking tools/customized applications /templates /operation the organizational available commodity tracking applications and maintain computerized commodity tracking system for all commodities that arrive and to be distributed to various locations, generating required reports as needed. S/he will establish the commodity accounting and reporting database for all districts and ensuring data integrity before entering the same in to the accounting system with due consultation to country office IT, M&E and finance team. S/He will develop and introduce procedures to record compiling, accurate and up-to-date data in the system; producing validated Commodity Tracking System (CTS) data and commodity movement reports. S/He will collect and compile monthly/quarterly/ yearly commodity pipeline analysis and prepare annual estimation of requirement.  S/he will work closely with the LCM, HATUTAN/Country office M&E team, program team and finance team for management of Beneficiary/ration recipients Tracking System software.


S/he will maintain project assets, inventory management and safe storing of equipment in all offices.  S/he will ensure safe transportation of items between warehouses and offices.  S/he will organize project vehicle fleet, including the maintenance and travel management.  S/he will also initiates all procurements for the HATUTAN Project in coordination with Country Office Procurement Team.


The role requires a good level of professionalism, good computer skills, large volume of beneficiary data management skills, excellent organizational, and planning skills and attention to detail with an ability to work confidentially and appropriately with others across a diverse team.


This position is based in Dili, with regular travels required to other field offices.


Qualifications:


1.         Minimum Bachelors' degree in any discipline with minimum 3-5 years’ relevant work experience, preferably in an International Non-Government Organization (INGO) including 1-3 years practical experience of food commodity handling and/or in inventory management and reporting. 


2.         Understanding of the commodity supply chain management system.


3.         Have experience of computerized inventory management system and report preparation.


4.         High computer skills at MS Access, MS Excel, SPSS and Power Point.


5.      Demonstrate competency in designing small surveys, data collection, processing, management, validation, analysis and report preparation and presentation.


6.         Knowledge of USDA commodity management rules & regulation


7.         Good planning & organizing skills


8.         Good ability of oral and written communication in Tetum & English


9.         Good inter-personal skill and ability to work in a team context


10.      Ability to manage the logistic and commodity technical function and implement procedures and processes, with minimal supervision;


11.      Proven demonstrated experience of working in large and complex project from USG funded projects


12.     Proven understanding of working with an International Non-Government Organization (INGO) and a willingness to learn about CARE, gender equality and women’s empowerment activities;


To apply to any of these positions, please email or submit your application letter and Curriculum Vitae with three references (Please DO NOT attached the other documents) to HR.TLS@careint.org OR to HR Unit, CARE International Timor-Leste, Bairo Pitte, Dili, OR by email before or by4th of February 2019. Only successful candidates will be contacted for the interview. 




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Data 2019-02-04

Edukasaun

Level Edukasaun Bachareladu

Lingua

English Yes
Bahasa Indonesia Yes
Portuguesa Yes
Tetum Yes

Tinan Esperiensia

Area Espesialidade

Administration/Finance Yes
Data Research Yes
Development Yes
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