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Supply Chain Manager

Clinton Health Access Initiative - Expires on Jul 24, 2015
  • Country
  • Location
  • Job Type
  • Experience
  • Eligibility
  • Indonesia
  • Not specified
  • Permanent - Full Time
  • 5+ years
  • Expat and local
Function
Purchasing / Supply Chain
Job Category
Charity / NGO / Non Profit
Salary
Attractive

Job Description

  • Provide technical support to establish a comprehensive supply chain system for
  • HIV/AIDS-related commodities including workplans, rules and procedure, suitable tools
  • for data collection and analysis, performance indicators and training of partners who
  • conduct supply chain activities.
  • Collect and monitoring supply chain data and performance indicators to be measured and
  • set baselines in the local and provincial level and provide analytical support related to the
  • supply chain system to identify current weaknesses and propose of realistic
  • implementable solutions to address these weaknesses and make periodic reports (monthly
  • report)
  • Drafting SOP SCM program HIV / AIDS at national and provincial level both SCM
  • operational and program management.
  • Assist and support the implementation of decentralization ARV and reagen rapid test
  • program.
  • Assist and support forecasting and supply planning team in analyzing the sufficiency of
  • stock at national level and make coordination with procurement team Subdit AIDS &
  • PMS and Global Fund.
  • Assist and support hospital and reporting training team to improve performance of site
  • reporting and identify the need of on site training including implementation training.
  • Budgeting activities and make TOR of SCM programs including resources arrangement
  • and funding integration
  • Ensure the SCM process running well , sustained and smooth transition to government
  • and foster relationships and communication between relevant governmental stakeholders
  • as well as external technical partners.
  • Overall management of demand and supply planning activities associated with HIV/AID
  • related commodities under the scope of CHAIís Sub-Recipient grant.
  • Provide technical and managerial leadership to establish a comprehensive forecasting and
  • supply planning system for HIV/AIDS-related commodities.
  • Design, implement, and manage a rigorous and data-driven forecasting process conducted
  • on a regular basis and based on analysis of trends and targets.
  • Provide analysis of future demand and supply in order to inform procurement decisions,
  • such as the timing of a purchase, the efficient allocation of available funding to ensure
  • that supply will meet demand, and the avoidance of overstock and stock-low or stock out
  • situations.
  • Design, implement, and manage a system to monitor stock on hand at the national and
  • site levels to advocate for a proactive response to potential stock out situations before a
  • stock out is imminent.
  • Assist with the placing of orders and following the procurement process to clear orders
  • through customs as needed, working with external partners for the Global Fund
  • Voluntary Pooled Procurement program.
  • Develop appropriate policies and procedures and suitable tools for data collection,
  • analysis, and performance indicators.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders throughout the supply chain to gain an understanding of
  • the key challenges at the various levels and, where appropriate, work at the national level
  • to develop and implement policy and procedure changes to address those challenges
  • Determine forecasting and supply planning performance indicators to be measured and
  • set baselines
  • Review and analyze monthly data and indicators to inform decision making and prioritize
  • work efforts
  • Provide ongoing operational technical support as needed across the supply chain eg:
  • product introductions, forecasting, procurement, inventory management, storage,
  • distribution and disposal
  • Help build capacity with staff at Subdirectorate AIDS to carry out supply chain tasks (e.g.
  • analysis of stock levels and trends to identify system weaknesses, determination of
  • appropriate buffer stock levels, projection of stock quantity and quality, lead times for
  • ordering, monitoring of expiration dates of drugs)
  • Foster relationships and communication between relevant governmental stakeholders as well as external technical partners

Job Requirements

  • Minimum 5-8 years of experience in supply chain management specifically in
  • procurement, forecasting, inventory management, storage and distribution, preferably in
  • the health care and pharmaceutical industries
  • Experience working in public health sector and understanding of HIV/AIDS program is
  • desire.
  • Experience in designing and executing supply chain systems in resource-limited settings,
  • and a proven track record of impact/success
  • Ability to work in a public sector environment to accomplish goals and favorably
  • influence decision making processes in a diplomatic and collaborative manner
  • Familiarity with pharmaceutical supply chain management and/or pharmacy operations
  • Strong analytical and presentation skills
  • Good interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Capable of communicating with people from different background and at all level
  • Ability to think creatively to keep up with customer needs and growth of business
  • Must be a team player. Ability to remain professional, courteous, confident and patient at
  • all times
  • High level of integrity
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet timelines
  • Excellent time management.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English and Bahasa Indonesia
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office software, particularly Word, Excel, and
    PowerPoint

About the recruiter

Clinton Health Access Initiative

Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) Indonesia , a non-profit organization which is active on HIV/AIDS sector, in cooperation with Subdit AIDS Ė MoH ...

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