South Sudan (South Sudan)
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The main aim of the FAO country offices, which are headed by an FAO representatives, is to assistant governments to develop policies, programmes and projects to achieve food security and to reduce hunger and malnutrition, to help develop the agricultural, fisheries and forestry sectors and to use their environmental and natural resources in a sustainable manner to ensure zero hunger in the country. FAO provides support in three priority areas: sustainable increase in production and productivity, agriculture-based economic growth, and increased resilience of livelihoods to threats and crisis.
The current portfolio of projects in South Sudan includes activities related to agriculture (crop), livestock, Fisheries, Natural Resource management, food information systems is implemented with humanitarian, transitional and development funding. The incumbent will contribute to the country’s programme and portfolio as foreseen in the project he/she will coordinate and be assigned.
The Warehouse Assistant will work under the overall supervision of the Head of field office and direct supervision of the Administrative Officer in Juba.
Tasks and responsibilities
- Prepare and verify warehouse and transport documents, and maintain confidential files and accurate
warehouse transaction records, to ensure immediate reporting on Inputs movements in line with the corporate
- Support daily warehouse closing reconciliation and accurate inventory checks in compliance with the
warehouse management requirements.
- Perform daily inspections and prepare reports on the quantity and quality of the Inputs received/dispatched
and handled and refer to the supervisor for appropriate action.
- Support implementation of appropriate measures to safeguard Inputs and to ensure quality control using
standard preventive measures in line with FAO established procedures and authorization received from the
- Monitor condition of the warehouse and Inputs and take appropriate actions to support efficient warehouse
space-utilization and well-organized Input storage following FAO warehouse standards.
- Perform any other related duties and responsibilities assigned by the supervisor.
CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING
- Bachelor’s degree in one of the following fields; Administrative management, logistics and warehouse, rural development, agricultural science/economics.
- Three years working experience in warehouse management
- South Sudan National.
FAO Core Competencies
- Results focus
- Building effective relationships
- Knowledge sharing and continuous improvement
- Strong computer, word processing, and statistical skills.
- Working knowledge of English and Arabic will be an added advantage
- Experience in handling web based information management system.
- Proven supply management skills
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