The MENTOR Initiative (‘MENTOR’) is a humanitarian organisation specialising in disease control and improving access to healthcare in emergency settings across countries in Africa, the Middle East and South America. MENTOR is the leading organisation dedicated to the control of malaria and other vector borne diseases in complex, challenging settings.
MENTOR delivers large scale disease control interventions working with remote and underserved communities affected by emergencies such as conflict and natural disasters. We also help build the technical and operational capacity of local and international partners to incorporate medium- and long-term disease control systems into their operations and country strategy.
The MENTOR Initiative is looking for a highly motivated, dynamic and skilled person as its Logistics Coordinator for its programs.
The AdminLog Coordinator is a member of the Country Management Team (CMT) and as such actively assisting the MENTOR Initiative in achieving programme objectives in a timely manner and strategically develop its support in response to identified needs on the ground. S/he works closely with the Country Director (CD) and the technical coordinator in providing required admin & logistics operational support as per logical frameworks and/or in accordance with the programme grant/award specifications. The AdminLog Coordinator manages a team comprising of both expatriate and national admin & logistical staff.
– At least 3-4 years of experiences as logistician/financial/administrator in emergency settings, including direct experience of security management
– Familiar with NGO working environments and standard procedures
– Familiar with donors procedures
– Solid prior experience working in complicated security contexts will be an advantage
– Language: Fluent in Portuguese and English
– Organised and good coordination / project management skills
– Excellent communication skills
– Proven capacity to train others and to HR management
How to apply
The MENTOR Initiative is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at its company. We ensure the constant non-discrimination throughout our recruitment process.
The MENTOR Initiative is committed to promoting diversity and gender equality within the organisation, so we strongly encourage women to apply.
The MENTOR Initiative applies a zero-tolerance approach to sexual exploitation, abuse, mistreatment or harassment, and other types of unethical behaviour including fraud.
The MENTOR Initiative will contact previous employers of applicants to determine if they have any history of violating international standards and codes of conduct relating to such matters.
To apply, please send your CV, letter of motivation and details of three referees (including your most recent employer): [email protected]
Deadline: 15 Feb 2024