Action Against Hunger | ACF International saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger for over 35 years in more than 45 countries benefiting thirteen million people each year. Action Against Hunger is starting programs in Cambodia and we are excited to invite motivated and qualified professionals for the following positions to join our dynamic team:
Logistics Officer (Location: Preah Vihear) (National Post)
Reporting to the Field Coordinator, the Logistics Officer is responsible for all logistics activities on the base and ensures smooth implementation of and adherence to logistic procedures during the program implementation. You will ensure the proper functioning of supply chain, supervising the organization, planning, and maintenance of the fleet as well as organization’s facilities. Responsible for equipment and inventory. You will support the Field Coordinator in the day to day running of the base.
Basic salary at 860 USD @ month.
At least 2 years similar professional experience in Logistics, Procurement, Transport, Vehicle management, Communications and Warehouse Management. Experience in developing and implementing field logistics systems and procedures. Experience in negotiating with suppliers ensuring competitive, effective and accountable processes. Strong knowledge in IT. Excellent Excel skills
To Apply: Please send your updated CV and cover letter with 3 professional references to email@example.com no later than 29th November 2015, clearly indicating the position applying for, in the subject line of the email.
This is a re-advertisement. Candidates who applied to the initial advert need not apply again.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. No telephone or email inquiries please.
These are National Positions and hence only candidates who are citizens of Cambodia are eligible to apply.
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