Full-Time Site Logistics Officer for Therapeutic Efficacy Study 2021
The National Malaria Elimination Programme (NMEP), along with a TES core team, plans to initiate activities for the 2021 TES in July 2021.
We are seeking to engage a site Logistics/Account Officer to maintain inventory and management of TES supplies on the site. In addition, oversee cash flow and payment mechanism for site team members. He/She will be reporting directly to the site Principal Investigator.
The 2021 DTES will be conducted in Four (4) Sentinel sites across Nigeria. The sites identified for the study are Kaduna, Imo, Kwara and Lagos states.
Maintain inventory of all TES supplies on the site
Oversee the use and management of site supplies
Manage cash flow and payment mechanism for site
First sub-activity report on inventory and utilization of TES supplies. Onsite payment retirements and reconciliation report following certification by PI
Mid-term sub-activity report on inventory and utilization of TES supplies. Onsite payment retirements and reconciliation report following certification by PI
Final sub-activity report on inventory and utilization of TES supplies. Onsite payment retirements and reconciliation report following certification by PI
Qualifications and experience
Bachelor Degree in Administration, Accounting, Social Sciences, Project Management or similar field
A minimum of 2-years’ experience in a related role
Previous experience within the INGO sector and in a related role
Person resident in and working experience in the State of Assignment
In-depth experience in similar positions/assignment
Ability to work independently in an organized manner but within an integrated team
Work-based skills and competencies
Highly numerate and analytical
Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
Ability to work with little or no supervision
Ability to multi-task
Strong Microsoft office suite skill
Superior attention to detail
Excellent communication skills
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