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Technical logisticians (TechLogs) provide daily technical support to all activities in our medical facilities. They are responsible for vehicle maintenance and planning of movements. Construction, framing, fitting, and maintaining medical facilities, offices, and staff accommodations could also be part of their duties. They could set up, manage, and maintain the water supply and hygiene/sanitary facilities. They could be in charge of the electricity supply and supervise the installation and maintenance of related equipment such as generators, solar panels, and batteries. They will hire and manage technical staff and contractors, and oversee their work.

We are URGENTLY recruiting a Technical logisticians for our projects in 70+ countries around the world. This could be a great opportunity for anyone who has basic engineering skills, technical proficiency in construction, energy and electricity or general mechanics and an interest in giving back to the global community.

Any applicants interested in applying should send their CV or resume to Melissa.bieri@newyork.msf.org with the subject line “Technical logisticians”

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Supply logisticians (Supplylogs) are either based in the project or in the capital, and work closely with all departments, ensuring that accurate forecasting is done so that the project has the capacity to respond immediately to urgent medical needs as they arise. Supply logisticians are responsible for ordering all supplies for the project. They often have experience in supply chain management and have strong skills in managing spreadsheets and databases. Training, supervising and managing local staff is a key responsibility. A large part of the supply logistician’s work is to build the capacity of these local staff, as well as to ensure safe and fair working conditions and manage administration of the department. They also have frequent interaction with local authorities and organizations and often oversee the implementation of security protocols to ensure the safe movement of cargo into the project. This could be a great opportunity for anyone who has experience in supply chain management and an interest in giving back to the global community.

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Supply logisticians (Supplylogs) are either based in the project or in the capital, and work closely with all departments, ensuring that accurate forecasting is done so that the project has the capacity to respond immediately to urgent medical needs as they arise. Supply logisticians are responsible for ordering all supplies for the project. They often have experience in supply chain management and have strong skills in managing spreadsheets and databases. Training, supervising and managing local staff is a key responsibility. A large part of the supply logistician’s work is to build the capacity of these local staff, as well as to ensure safe and fair working conditions and manage administration of the department. They also have frequent interaction with local authorities and organizations and often oversee the implementation of security protocols to ensure the safe movement of cargo into the project. This could be a great opportunity for anyone who has experience in supply chain management and an interest in giving back to the global community.

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