May 25, 2017
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is recruiting for the position of Senior Director, Global Procurement. This person defines the vision and leadership strategy for procurement at IRC. In collaboration with stakeholders across IRC, this person leads a team that develops global guidance, oversees procurement related to all global suppliers, and ensures IRC is compliant with donor requirements. In addition, working closely with IRC stakeholders and other functional groups on fraud prevention, this person ensure IRC policies and processes are applied across IRC and will work with key groups to assess needs and prioritize accordingly. Support IRC’s 2020 Vision by assuring supply through developing supplier relationships, establishing agreements with global suppliers and ensuring this is done effectively in all IRC procurement activities.
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May 8, 2017
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is recruiting an international PSM consultant for the period June-December 2017. The consultancy is based in Bangkok, Thailand, and involves trips in the Asia-Pacific region. The consultant will be responsible to support UNDP country offices in Asia-Pacific region with the development and implementation of health procurement and PSM projects. Click here for details and application.
April 24, 2017
Chemonics International, Inc. seeks a Commodity Security Specialist for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management. Please click here for more information and application for this Arlington, VA-based job.
April 20, 2017
Partners In Health’s International Supply Chain team is seeking experienced professionals for the role of supply chain analyst. These full-time opportunities are based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Job descriptions & application instructions available below:
Supply Chain Analyst – Logistics & Distribution
Supply Chain Analyst – Planning & Sourcing
April 17, 2017
UNFPA seeks a consultant to review Uzbekistan’s contraceptive logistics management information system (CLMIS) and develop the recommendations improve collection of consumption data, forecasting of contraceptive needs at province and national levels, and enhanced supply chain management.
• Review the existing CLMIS by:
a) studying reference materials, relevant guidelines, and manuals
b) observing functioning of CLMIS at the selected health facilities in capital city of Tashkent and in the provinces
c) interviewing stakeholders and users of the system
The review will assess the system’s effectiveness and efficiency in ensuring uninterrupted supply of contraceptives and eliminating stockouts. Based on the review the consultant will develop detailed recommendations to strengthen the system, keeping in mind contemporary developments in information technologies and advancements in supply chain managements as well as international examples of building modern national CLMS. The recommendations will cover middle-range ( 1-2 years) and long-term. Projected duration of the consultancy 16 working days, including a short mission ( 9-10 days) to Uzbekistan.
Qualified candidates send CVs to Fuad at: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 10, 2017
At Population Services International. Please apply directly on the PSI website.
At Population Services International Arlington, Va. Please apply directly on the PSI website.