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Assistant Logistique (OSL) - GS 7

Kinshasa

  • Organization: WHO - World Health Organization
  • Location: Kinshasa
  • Grade: Administrative support - Administrative Services and Support - Generally no need for Higher Education
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Administrative support
    • Logistics
    • Medical Technology (Med Tech)
  • Closing Date: Closed

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1. Area of expertise: Assistant Logistique (OSL) - GS 7

2. Purpose of consultancy

Dans le cadre des activités relatives à la préparation et la réponse aux urgences sanitaires, Le bureau de l'OMS en République Démocratique du Congo, recrute un Assistant Logistique qui aura la responsabilité globale de gérer les opérations logistiques quotidiennes au niveau national.

3. Background

Le titulaire du poste sera membre de l’équipe de la logistique au niveau provincial et contribuera à la gestion des opérations logistiques quotidiennes.

4. Deliverables

Sous la supervision générale du responsable Logistique de l’OMS à Kinshasa, l’assistant logisticien aura pour tâches de :
1. Assurer la réception et la distribution des kits sanitaires, intrants labo ou tout autres cargos destinés aux populations de la province.
2. Faire le suivi de la distribution des intrants des différentes zones
3. Assurer la gestion des stocks avec des inventaires réguliers et le partage du rapport des consommations des intrants.
4. Appuyer le déploiement des différentes équipes en mission de terrain sur le plan logistique.
5. Appuyer l’assistant Administratif en place dans ces différentes activités.
6. Assurer la gestion du charroi automobile du sous-bureau et la maintenance des véhicules avec l’appui du gestionnaire du parc de l’OMS.
7. Assurer le suivi régulier de la maintenance des installations et du matériels
8. Faire un rapport pour l’ensemble des activités logistiques et le partager à la fin de chaque semaine.
9. Accomplir toutes les autres responsabilités et services de soutien ou les tâches confiées par le superviseur.

5. Qualifications, experience, skills and languages

Educational Qualifications :

Essential: Fin d’études secondaires , préférable en Administration, en Économie et/ou en Gestion et en sciences de l’ingénierie.

Desirable: Une formation dans les domaines précités dans le Système des Nations Unies avec formation de pratiques administratives générales ou technique en mettant l'accent sur la logistique, chaîne d'approvisionnement ou la logistique de la santé. La maîtrise des outils logistiques serait un atout.

Experience:

Essential: Au moins 10 ans d'expérience dans des postes de logistique, et une bonne connaissance de ses règles, le règlement, les procédures et les pratiques liées au travail de la logistique

Desirable: Expérience de travail significative dans un domaine similaire au sein du Système des Nations Unies ou ONG internationales en charge de matière d’urgence et d’actions humanitaires


Skills/Knowledge:

Compétences de l’OMS
• Communiquer de manière crédible
• Produire des résultats
• Développer les valeurs d’intégration et de travail d’équipe
• Respecter et promouvoir les différences individuelles et culturelles
• Veuiller à l’utilisatin efficace des ressources

Languages and level required (Basic/Intermediate/Expert):
Essential:
Expert knowledge of French
Intermediate knowledge of English

6. Location : Kinshasa

7. Remuneration and budget
a. Remuneration:
- Grade : GS7 du barème du système des Nations Unies
- Type de contrat : Accord de Services Spéciaux

b. Expected duration of contract: 6 mois


8. Please add the name of the following:

a. Hiring Manager: Dr Diallo Mouctar Amadou

b. Collaborators : Mr Wouna Ahmadou, Mme Moutisnga Yolande, Mme Molonga Jeanine

c. Admin focal point: Mme Moutsinga Yolande


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This vacancy notice may be used to fill other similar positions at the same grade level
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A written test and/or an asynchronous video assessment may be used as a form of screening.
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The purpose of this vacancy is to develop a list of qualified candidates for inclusion in the advertised roster. Successful candidates will be placed on the roster and subsequently may be selected for consultancy assignments; however, contracting of rostered candidates is not guaranteed

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