International Medical Corps is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs.
Established in 1984 by volunteer doctors and nurses, International Medical Corps is a private, voluntary, nonpolitical, nonsectarian organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved communities worldwide.
The Regional Supply Chain Manager - Anglophone Africa is a key member of the Regional Logistics & Supply Chain management team & an extended member of the Global Supply Chain function. The role holder will be expected to play a key leadership role in establishing IMC as the regional supply chain leader amongst humanitarian agencies.
Key Responsibilities include:
The position will report to the Regional Logistics Coordinator - AA, with a technical reporting line additionally to the Global PIP Project Manager. The role holder will be expected to be flexible to deploy 100% as required to IMC country programs within the AA region.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Supply Chain Excellence Leadership: Work with the Global Supply Chain Manager and other key colleagues to develop & refine specific supply chain excellence initiatives (Global Category Management, Country Supply Chain Improvement Project, Supply Chain KPI’s, Supply Chain Planning & Design, Emergency Supply Chain Preparedness, etc.)
Responsible for driving these initiatives in the East African region in a phased manner, utilizing project management & change management approaches, with a hands on approach enabled through deployments as needed.
In 2018, the role holder will be required to work extensively on the IMC L&SC flagship Procurement Transformation/Improvement Project (PIP) – which is a country procurement strengthening & excellence initiative. The role holder will be a senior member & one of the team leaders in the PIP project team, leading one of the 3 project teams (EA countries focused team) under the management of the PIP project manager. The PIP project entails conducting a holistic & sustainable overhaul of the country procurement function (sourcing strategy, contracting strategy & contracts setup, right sizing of the department, compliance strengthening, fraud resilience development & capacity building) based on analytics & sector procurement best practices. This will be achieved by a 6 month hands on support & coaching of the country procurement team (including an expected 2 month in country deployment in each country).
As with all management positions, the role holder will be expected to demonstrate flexibility to take on additional responsibilities as mutually agreed.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Alternatively, a very strong private sector, senior supply chain profile with some exposure to humanitarian operations.
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