Logistics Manager

  • Added Date: Friday, 21 February 2020
  • Deadline Date: Sunday, 08 March 2020

Location: Iraq, Erbil (with regular travel to field locations)

Contract: 12-Month fixed term, with opportunity to renew. To start as soon as possible.

Terms: Expatriate contract and terms; unaccompanied position.

Mission East is an international relief and development organisation working in crisis-affected countries in the former Soviet Union, the Middle East and Asia. We deliver emergency relief during disasters as well as long-term development assistance. Mission East is based on Christian values and works to support vulnerable people and help local communities lift themselves out of poverty and marginalization. We work directly with our beneficiaries or through local and international partners. We constantly strive to strengthen the relevance, effect and sustainability of our programmes.

In Iraq, Mission East provides assistance for both urgent basic needs for those displaced by violence as well as longer-term support for returnees and IDPs in protracted displacement settings. Our current programme includes NFI and shelter, cash transfers, WASH assistance, livelihoods support, protection and psycho-social support activities delivered through multi-purpose community centres.

More information on Mission East can be found at: http://www.missioneast.org

The Logistics Manager’s role is to provide management, leadership and ensure high quality delivery of the country programme’s logistics support to all departments. We are looking for a Logistics Manager who brings a minimum 5 years of experience from working as a Logistic and/or Procurement focal point within a humanitarian/recovery context. Previous experience working in Iraq would be an advantage. With a university degree in a relevant discipline and a proven track record in effective line and team management the ideal candidate will demonstrate sympathy with Mission East organisational values and will be available to start as soon as possible.

This vacancy is archived.

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