The Global Health Supply Chain (GHSC) Program is a three-year USAID funded project intended to provide expert technical assistance to the Government of Tanzania in strengthening country supply systems, specifically in the areas of Strategic Planning, In-Country Logistics, Capacity Building and Enabling Environments. In support of this program, GHSC leadership is seeking qualified candidates for multiple positions:
Assistant Director, Logistics Management Unit: Positions: 1
Location: Dares Salaam
The Assistant Director Supply Chain Monitoring Advisor will work under the administrative and technical guidance of the Director of LMU to provide technical support to the projectto manage the day-to-day operations of field based Regional Logistics Coordinators and provide guidance and leadership to staff members throughout the country providing logistics technical support to health facilities staffs and managers. S/he will also be responsible for ensuring increased consumption and use of data to guide the daily management of LMU activities. S/he will work closely with GHSC leadership to support the project and the Government of Tanzania on all matters associated with commodity management, monitorlig, governance, leadership mentoring and strengthening the capacity of CHMTs and RHMTs. This position will be based in Dares Salaam, with significant travel to zones
A competitive remuneration and benefits package will be offered to the successful candidates for the above positions based off of qualifications, experience and salary history.
Mode of Application:
Interested candidates are invited to send their cover letters and Curriculum Vitae online through email@example.com not later than July 13,2016
For more detailed Job Descriptions on the positions, please visit Zoom Tanzania website
Only candidates meeting the minimum requirements will be contacted. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks after the closing date, kindly assume that your application was not successful. GHSC is an equal opportunity employer.
Source: Daily News 11 July 2016
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