VAC-10911 Logistics Monitor
CTG staff and support humanitarian projects in fragile and conflict-affected countries around the world, providing a rapid and cost-effective service for development and humanitarian missions. With past performance in 17 countries – from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia, we have placed more than 20,000 staff all over the world since operations began in 2006.
|Overview of position|
Under the direct supervision of the Project Manager and ultimately accountable to the UNOPS Head of Programme, the international Logistics Monitor is responsible for various monitoring activities in field locations in Gaza and providing timely reports on their findings. Monitoring activities may vary in nature but include developing relationships with UN stakeholders, closely observing the transport and/or usage of fuel and clearly communicating observations and findings to the Project Manager. The incumbent is expected to be able to operate with the highest levels of impartiality, transperancy and professionalism in order to provide assurance to stakeholders that materials (fuel) are utilised at all times following processes outlined by the parties and other high-level stakeholders.
●Attention to details with strong numeracy and literacy
●Understanding of logistical operations required for transport and storage of fuel, especially within the Gaza context
●Experience in developing and suggesting SOPs based on agreement between parties
●Experience in stock counting or other similar environments where significant scheduling and coordination activities are involved in order to guarantee smooth operations
●Ability to understand political sensitivity and treat data & findings with the highest levels of confidentiality
●Ability to adapt to an evolving security situation
●Flexibility to adapt to varying working schedules and locations with minimum notice
●Familiarity with modern office computer systems and online applications
●Excellent communication skills, verbal and written, in both Arabic and English is a must
●Ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders (UN, Humanitarian actors, local stakeholders, etc..)
●Understanding of processes and standards expected of international organizations implementing developmental projects in Gaza Strip (humanitarian response and post crisis reconstruction)
●Ability to work and meet tight deadlines and act calmly under pressure.
●Full knowledge of health and safety standards and ability to act as a role model for ensuring safety of staff at all times
●Ability to maintain concentration for potential long periods of low activity followed by periods of more intense activity
●Sensitivity to gender and ability to apply gender mainstreaming concepts
●Sensitivity to culture and ability to work with multi-disciplinary team and stakeholders
●Knowledge of good project management practices.
Supervise a Team of 5 National Logistic Monitors
· At no stage of the recruitment process will CTG ask candidates for a fee. This includes during the application stage, interview, assessment and training.
· CTG has a zero tolerance to Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) which is outlined in its Code of Conduct. Protection from SEA is everyone’s responsibility and all staff are required to adhere to CTG’s Code of Conduct at all times.
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