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Dangote Group

CCR Officer And DCS Operator (Power Plant)

Okpella, Edo, Nigeria

Closing: Jan 31, 2022

3 days remaining

Published: Jan 24, 2022 (4 days ago)

Job Requirements

Education:

Bachelor's degree

Work experience:

7 years

Language skills:

English

Job Summary

Contract Type:

Full time

Job purpose

The Manager Supply Chain, East and Southern Africa (ESA) Region, will serve as the lead for Supply Chain and Engineering section of the Evidence Action Safe Water Program currently operating in Kenya, Uganda and Malawi. Current Safe Water Program interventions include Dispensers for Safe Water (DSW) and the In-Line Chlorination (ILC) pilot program.

This position will report to the Associate Director Safe Water Program. The role will have 1 direct report; the Associate Manager Engineering and 2 indirect / dotted line reports in Malawi and Uganda: Associates Engineering. The Manager Supply Chain works closely together with the regional Procurement Manager.

Qualifications

The Manager Supply Chain will have at least 5 years of experience leading and managing regional supply chains and an interest in expanding their horizons within a mission-driven organization committed to impact at scale. S/he must be excited about leading a cross-cutting team within an organization that sees learning and the use of rigorous evidence as central to its mission and is motivated to actively ensure that this approach is deeply embedded into all programs.

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field; advanced degree preferred.
  • Registration with KISM is a must.
  • Minimum 7 years of experience, preferably in program management.
  • Experience working on supply chains related to access to safe water, health, nutrition or WASH.
  • Exceptional people management skills, inclusive of internal and external stakeholders; able to work effectively in a “matrixed” environment.
  • Highly results oriented in approach to designing and implementing programs.


Responsibilities

Job purpose

The Manager Supply Chain, East and Southern Africa (ESA) Region, will serve as the lead for Supply Chain and Engineering section of the Evidence Action Safe Water Program currently operating in Kenya, Uganda and Malawi. Current Safe Water Program interventions include Dispensers for Safe Water (DSW) and the In-Line Chlorination (ILC) pilot program.

This position will report to the Associate Director Safe Water Program. The role will have 1 direct report; the Associate Manager Engineering and 2 indirect / dotted line reports in Malawi and Uganda: Associates Engineering. The Manager Supply Chain works closely together with the regional Procurement Manager.

Qualifications

The Manager Supply Chain will have at least 5 years of experience leading and managing regional supply chains and an interest in expanding their horizons within a mission-driven organization committed to impact at scale. S/he must be excited about leading a cross-cutting team within an organization that sees learning and the use of rigorous evidence as central to its mission and is motivated to actively ensure that this approach is deeply embedded into all programs.

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field; advanced degree preferred.
  • Registration with KISM is a must.
  • Minimum 7 years of experience, preferably in program management.
  • Experience working on supply chains related to access to safe water, health, nutrition or WASH.
  • Exceptional people management skills, inclusive of internal and external stakeholders; able to work effectively in a “matrixed” environment.
  • Highly results oriented in approach to designing and implementing programs.


Duties and responsibilities

  • Directly manage the supply chain of all program inputs for operations of the DSW and ILC programs in Kenya, Uganda and Malawi, including ensuring accurate forecasting and budgeting of program input requirements.
  • R&D: With the Engineering team, identify, design and test modifications and improvements to increase dispenser lifespan and reliability.
  • Manage the operation of the Nairobi based Regional warehouse.
  • People Management: line-manage the Associate Manager Engineering.
  • Support the in-country Associate Engineering Managers.
  • Financial Management: In collaboration with Safe Water Program Managers, Country Directors and support functions, take the lead in developing and managing the annual program inputs forecasts and budgets.
  • In close collaboration with the Regional Procurement Manager engage with EA external suppliers to ensure effective and cost-efficiency in supply chain.
  • Any other duties assigned to him/her.

Key performance Indicators

  • All DSW and ILC program supplies have been forecasted and budgeted for in accordance with annual work planning (and adjusted as needed)
  • All program supplies are procured and distributed ensuring continues program implementation without supply related interruptions
  • Cost per dispenser is not negatively impacted by preventable supply chain failures / inefficiencies
  • Any other duties assigned to him/her


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