Logistics Officer - Mozambique

Tearfund, Cabo Delgado, Mozambique
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Job Description

Do you want to develop your career as a logistician, serving Tearfund's staff and partners in aid and development programmes in response to Cyclone Idai? Then this role is for you!

This role will give you an opportunity to enhance your skills as you work on procuring goods and services for our teams in Mozambique, managing equipment and kits for emergency responses, advising teams, and supporting the logistics team's work.

Based in Mozambique, you will work closely with your colleagues in the areas where the cyclone hit the hardest. As part of the wider Global Logistics team you will collaborate in sharing ideas and developing resources to continually enhance our logistics services.

Along with your passion for logistics and your underlying desire to serve, you will thrive on developing relationships with the team's wide range of stakeholders and addressing their logistics concerns. You will be able to demonstrate your ability to work with spreadsheets, think creatively and provide a flexible and efficient service.

The salary for this role will be: 993,508 MZN

All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs and must have the right to live and work in Mozambique.

The recruitment process with include specific checks related to safeguarding issues.

Do you want to develop your career as a logistician, serving Tearfund's staff and partners in aid and development programmes in response to Cyclone Idai? Then this role is for you!

This role will give you an opportunity to enhance your skills as you work on procuring goods and services for our teams in Mozambique, managing equipment and kits for emergency responses, advising teams, and supporting the logistics team's work.

Based in Mozambique, you will work closely with your colleagues in the areas where the cyclone hit the hardest. As part of the wider Global Logistics team you will collaborate in sharing ideas and developing resources to continually enhance our logistics services.

Along with your passion for logistics and your underlying desire to serve, you will thrive on developing relationships with the team's wide range of stakeholders and addressing their logistics concerns. You will be able to demonstrate your ability to work with spreadsheets, think creatively and provide a flexible and efficient service.

The salary for this role will be: 993,508 MZN

All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs and must have the right to live and work in Mozambique.

The recruitment process with include specific checks related to safeguarding issuese: 

Do you want to develop your career as a logistician, serving Tearfund's staff and partners in aid and development programmes in response to Cyclone Idai? Then this role is for you!

This role will give you an opportunity to enhance your skills as you work on procuring goods and services for our teams in Mozambique, managing equipment and kits for emergency responses, advising teams, and supporting the logistics team's work.

Based in Mozambique, you will work closely with your colleagues in the areas where the cyclone hit the hardest. As part of the wider Global Logistics team you will collaborate in sharing ideas and developing resources to continually enhance our logistics services.

Along with your passion for logistics and your underlying desire to serve, you will thrive on developing relationships with the team's wide range of stakeholders and addressing their logistics concerns. You will be able to demonstrate your ability to work with spreadsheets, think creatively and provide a flexible and efficient service.

The salary for this role will be: 993,508 MZN

All applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs and must have the right to live and work in Mozambique.

The recruitment process with include specific checks related to safeguarding issues.

Source: https://jobs.tearfund.org/tearfund/jobs/vacancy/logistics-officer---mozambique-1808/1834/description/


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