Monday, July 16, 2012

Logistic and Procurement Officer

Pusat Data dan Informasi Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia¬ Principal Recipient GF Cross-Cutting Health System Strengthening Interventions The Global Fund is a multilateral donor that currently supports Pusat Data dan Informasi (PUSDATIN) Kementerian Kesehatan RI as the Principal Recipient to implement Health System Strengthening Program (HSS) under the Cross-Cutting Health System Strengthening Interventions Grant which has been approved for 5 years implementation in 24 provinces and 138 districts/municipalities in Indonesia. The Project Management Unit (PMU) of PR is currently seeking for proactive and qualified candidates to fill the following position: Logistic and Procurement Officer Main Duties: 1. To manage the logistics procedures in provisions with grant agreement 2. To ensure the quality and quantity of goods and services competitive basis and meets government standards and The Global Fund requirement. 3. To be responsible for projection of stock quantity and quality, determining lead times for ordering (if any possible), appropriate warehousing (if any possible), monitoring of expiration dates of drugs. 4. To ensure and responsible the receipt and storage of supplies in the appropriate places based on the classification including FIFO (First In First Out), FEFO (First Expiry First Out). 5. To be responsible for distribution based on each area's needs. 6. To keep proper administrative records of all incoming and outgoing supplies. 7. To reconcile and maintain fixed assets once a year by conducting fixed assets verification 8. To monitor and report to the PMU Coordinator all supplies, stock, distribution and incoming logistics in each area. 9. To work with related government regulation and international agencies to deal with customs clearance and tax exemption. 10. To be responsible for appropriate recording and safeguarding mechanisms for all logistics at the PR and SR levels. 11. To work with related government agencies to dispose of broken and expired supplies based on the prevailing regulations in Indonesia. 12. To monitor and ensure all procurement process follows and comply to the regulation and the Global Fund PSM Policy. 13. To issue early warnings to all units to ensure that supplies are used wisely. 14. To report all procurement process to PMU coordinator and PM. 15. To update the Price Reporting Mechanism (PRM) /Price Quality Reporting (PQR) regularly in collaboration with finance unit. 16. To protect against conflicts of interest by following the procedures articulated in this PIM, within the scope of his/her responsibilities. General Qualification: 1. Bachelor Degree majoring in Management, Business Administration, Information Technology, or Industrial Engineering. 2. Age 25-35 years old. 3. Have a procurement certification based on the Perpres 54 curriculum is preferred 4. Organized, with good attention to detail and developed ability to prioritize tasks to meet tight deadlines and organize work in a complex institutional setting. 5. Able to travel frequently to project sites. 6. Good in English both oral and written. 7. Basic skill in computer is required. Experience: 1. 2 (two) years qualifications and/or extensive field experience in logistics related skills as listed above; procurement, warehousing, and asset management. 2. Have good understanding and experience in managing logistic and procurement activities in government institutions/projects (preferably). 3. Have experience in managing the Global Fund funding (preferably). Interested and qualified should submit their application letter and updated CV (with phone number) to: Ruang GF HSS Pusat Data dan Informasi (Pusdatin), Lt. 6 Ruang 612 Gedung Kementerian Kesehatan Republik Indonesia Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said blok X-5 no. 4-9 Jakarta Selatan Or Email with title "Logistic and Procurement Officer" to: Deadline submission of application July 23th, 2012 (only eligible applicants will be invited for interview)


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