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Job Title: Program Associate – Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Location(s): Lagos, Nigeria

Employer: AIDS Prevention Initiative in Nigeria (APIN)

Responsibilities:

•   Reporting to the Logistics Officer, the Logistics Assistant will provide much-needed support and assistance in the management of the general logistics of HIV/AIDS pharmaceuticals, clinical, laboratory and other related materials as well as the in-country supply chain

•   Assist the Logistics Officer in the delivery of goods into, and movement out of, the warehouse

•   Work in conjunction with the Logistics Officer and Inventory Specialist to ensure that all packages delivered by the distribution partners are accounted for and are in good condition before taking possession

•   Maintain record of receipts and issuance of shipments out of the warehouse to ensure completeness and accuracy

•   Work closely with the Logistics Officer to receive allocations and arrange the pick-up of relevant items

•   Update tally cards and other relevant inventory tools on daily basis and render stock report on a monthly basis

•   Track usage of drugs and commodities at the program sites

•   Make necessary input into the monthly allocation of stock to the program sites

•   Participate in the quarterly stock review of drugs and other consumables in the Store

Requirements:

•   A first degree in Purchasing and Supply/Logistics, Pharmacy or any other relevant qualification; two (2) years’ experience in Logistics/Supply Chain Management of HIV/AIDS commodities or in any other relevant function

•   Report writing skill

•   Ability to work with minimal supervision

•   Basic logistic and operational understanding of the supply chain

•   Familiarity with the program policies and procedures of APIN and program sites

•   Experience with government systems and dynamics of working with NGOs and private parties

•   Computer literacy/skills in usage of personal productivity tools (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet browsing, emailing, etc.) are essential

How to Apply:

Qualified applicants should apply online or write to (vacancies@apin.org.ng) stating how their skills, knowledge and experience make them suitable, and addressing the person specifications highlighted above for the position.

The suitability statement should not exceed a page and must appear on the first page of the CV, which must be saved in Microsoft Word format and as applicant’s full name. The subject of the mail should be the job position being applied for.

All applications must be received on or before 11th February, 2014.

Late applications will not be considered and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

APIN offers very competitive terms of employment and is an equal opportunity employer. Women who are qualified for the positions are therefore encouraged to apply.

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