Specific duties and responsibilities include the following:
Provide support, leadership, and management of IRS supply chain at County level in collaboration with CHMTs.
Management of the project’s inventory control system, including storage, quality control, inventory record keeping, and inventory reporting.
Oversees storage, distribution, and transport of IRS commodities and equipment throughout the project implementation area.
Supervises and supports seasonal Warehouse and Store Managers, and organizes capacity-building interventions to elevate their skills.
Manages the logistics for all project activities, including spray operations, entomological activities, community mobilization, events such as workshops and meetings etc.
In collaboration with the Operations Manager:
Ensures health and safety measures are in place and followed at all store and spraying locations.
Ensures timely collection and transportation of contaminated, non contaminated and obsolete IRS wastes from the opertation sites stores to their respective disposal facilities. Helps to train drivers, Washers and warehouse managers on environmental compliance issues.
Working in close collaboration with the Operations Manager, supports all aspects of an IRS campaign including procurement, commodity distribution, supervision, environmental compliance, Community mobilization and M&E.
Perform any other duty assigned by the supervisor.
Qualification requirements include the following:
Minimum diploma certificate in Logistics, Business, Management, Administration, or other relevant field. Bachelors Degree in above courses is highly desirable
At least four (4) years of relevant professional experience, with significant experience in the Supply chain, logistics and management of commodities.
Demonstrated experience in warehouse/stores management.
Excellent management, supervisory, organizational, computer, and writing skills.
Previous experience in IRS or other malaria vector control efforts a plus.
Fluency in English required.