Descriptif du posteJob Overview:
The Regional Supply Chain Coordinator is a key role that will help drive excellence in the assigned region! The role will focus on building country supply chain capacity through focussed capacity building initiatives identified by using various supply chain analytics and developing strategic approach in country programmes. This role is intended to develop emerging supply chain talent for future leadership positions in IRC Global Supply Chain & thus will be exposed to a number of significant, stretch assignments with management & leadership dimensions.
This meaningful role will support 2 IRC regions and thus provides a breadth of experience across 2 regional contexts. Key responsibilities are as follows:• Supply Chain tasks ex. analytics, oversight, reviews of various country program supply chain outputs, monitoring and analysis of risks and performance, monitoring and support to internal audit corrective action plan• Capacity Building of teams across all supply chain functions, aligned with the Supply Chain Learning & Development model.• Provide Tactical & Operational Country Program support focussed on improving & enabling better program delivery through impactful supply chains ex. strengthening strategic sourcing, improving procurement, demand & supply planning practices, embedding performance & risk management routines, supporting scale up of country programs, introducing improvements to ensure on time supply & services delivery, improving and optimising warehousing practices, fleet management and asset management.This role reports in to 2 RSC Directors in a matrixed reporting model & will require an ability to coordinate and work within the established parameters of the IRC management in partnership model that governs such reporting arrangements.
• At least 5 years of supply chain management experience in a country leadership or regional role in a nonprofit organization. Proven Skills and Proficiencies: • Supply chain functional knowledge & expertise including fragile contexts.• In depth knowledge of aid sector supply chain policies & processes; donor regulations, compliance & regulatory frameworks.• Project management experience• People management & team management experience at skilled practitioner level.• Training & coaching skills.• Knowledge of ERP systems and digital technology savvy.• Data analysis experience• Knowledge of Health SCMEducation: Degree level or equivalent supply chain & management certificationsLanguage Skills: High proficiency in English + another IRC major working language (French, Spanish, Arabic) Preferred experience & skills: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as, an overall ability to be clear and concise in all communications• Strong interpersonal and time-management skills; consistent record of prioritizing and delivering on time• Can work independently and in a multifaceted, cross-functional distributed team structure• Shown ability to work effectively with team members at all levels• Strong organizational change skills• Applications from a diverse group of candidates are encouraged
Working Environment: • This role requires working remotely full or part time (i.e. telecommuting) when not deployed to an IRC country program. Applicants must have a home or alternate workspace they can optimally complete their work from during regularly scheduled work hours• Significant international travel as needed up to 50-70%