Country: South Sudan
Organization: ALIMA
Closing date: 31 Mar 2022

ALIMA, the international medical NGO with a human face, which places at the heart of its model the co-construction of projects and professional paths


ALIMA’S SPIRIT: ALIMA’s purpose is to save lives and provide care for the most vulnerable populations, without any discrimination based on identity, religion, or politics, through actions based on proximity, innovation, and the alliance of organizations and individuals. We act with humanity and impartiality in accordance with universal medical ethics. To gain access to patients, we undertake to act in a neutral and independent manner.

Our CHARTER defines the VALUES and PRINCIPLES of our action:

Patient First – Patient centered medical care
Revolutionizing humanitarian medicine through research
Responsibility and freedom: encourage decision-making by those closest to patients
Commitment to a dynamic of continuous quality improvement
Creating a climate of trust among colleagues
Collective intelligence
Environmental liability

ALIMA promotes and defends the principles of fundamental human rights. ALIMA has a zero-tolerance approach towards those guilty of acts of gender and sexual violence as well as towards inaction in the face of alleged or proven acts of violence. The protection of those benefiting from and impacted by our intervention is our top priority in everything we do. Everyone collaborating with ALIMA is committed to :

● Respect the charter, the code of conduct, the institutional policies including the policy of protection against abuse of power and sexist and sexual violence, the policy of prevention of corruption and fraud;

● Report any violation of the policies, framework documents, and procedures to a superior, to a referent


Since its creation in 2009, ALIMA has treated more than 7 million patients and today deploys its operations in 12 African countries. In 2020 we developed 67 humanitarian medical response projects to meet the needs of populations affected by conflicts, epidemics, and extreme poverty. All of these projects are carried out in support of national authorities through nearly 357 health facilities (including 45 hospitals and 312 health facilities). Whenever possible We work in partnership with local NGOs to ensure that our patients benefit from the best and most relevant expertise wherever it is, whether within their own country or in the rest of the world. In addition, to improve the humanitarian response, we are carrying out operational and clinical research projects, particularly in the field of the fight against malnutrition and viral hemorrhagic fevers.

ALIMA’S TEAM: more than 2000 people are currently working for ALIMA. The field teams, closest to the patients, receive their support from coordination teams generally based in the countries’ capitals. These receive support from the 4 desk teams and the emergency and opening team based at the operational headquarters in Dakar, Senegal. The Paris and New York teams are actively working to raise funds and represent ALIMA. The rest of the ALIMA Galaxy includes individuals and partner teams working on behalf of other organizations such as medical NGOs BEFEN, ALERT Health, SOS Doctors / KEOOGO, AMCP, research organizations PACCI, and INSERM, Bordeaux or Copenhagen Universities, the INGO Solidarités International, and many others.

COUNTRIES WHERE WE WORK: Mali, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, South Sudan, Sudan, Mauritania.

THE WORK WE DO covers: Malnutrition, Maternal Health, Primary Health, Pediatrics, Malaria, Epidemics (Ebola, Cholera, Measles, Dengue, Lassa Fever), Hospitalization, Emergencies, Gender-Based Violence, Opening / Closing.**


ALIMA has been present in South Sudan since 2016. The projects in Raja and Wau in Western Bahr el Ghazal were both closed earlier in 2021 due to the end of the funding cycle for both projects. ALIMA is currently planning a new set-up in South Sudan with new projects following an explo mission in Pibor County Administrative Area. ALIMA is looking for a new coordination team to guarantee the implementation of a new project with new funding as well as revitalize representation and networking with national and local authorities (MOH, RRC, etc.), UN, donors, clusters, NGO Forum, and all other relevant stakeholders.


Level 3: The incumbent will have contact with children or/and vulnerable adults either frequently (for

example, once a week or more), or regularly (e.g. four days in a month or more or overnight) because he or she works in national programs, or because he visits national programs, or because he is responsible for implementing the recruitment process; Therefore, a criminal record check or the presentation of a certificate of good life and manners will be required. In situations where the impossibility of providing a criminal record or a certificate of good life and manners is found, a

statement of honour will be requested.


Work Location:

● Location: South Sudan, Pibor County (location confirmation subjected to funding)

● Project: Improvement of access to maternal and child healthcare

Line Manager:

● Project Coordinator

· Administrative Reporting: – Project Coordinator.

· Technical Line Reporting: – Logistic Coordinator.

· Supervision: – logistics team including.


Plan, coordinate, and monitor all logistics-related activities in the project area including all

non-medical assistance related activities (shelter, food, water hygiene-sanitation and essential

non-food items) and provide support to medical assistance activities, according to ALIMA standards in

order to ensure an optimal running of the project.

Support the growing activities of the Project with the resources, procedures, and tools defined with

the Logistics Coordinator, in order to facilitate achievement of the operational objectives.

The Project Logistics reports directly to the Project Coordinator in the field, and to the Logistics Coordinator as well (technical referents). He/she supervises a logistics team in the project including Logistics Supervisor, purchaser, and storekeeper.

Main responsibilities:

▪ In collaboration with the Project Team and the Logistics Coordinator, define, implement and monitor

logistics activities and objectives based on the ALIMA strategic planning, standards and protocols.

This involves the following tasks:


➢ responsible to ensure the implementation of support (communications, electricity, transport,

IT) and any other logistical activities required to achieve the medical objectives

(construction/restoration, water & sanitation, Cold Chain, etc.)

➢ responsible to manage and monitor the material resources for the Project, under the

supervision of the Project Coordinator and the Logistics Coordinator.

➢ responsible to ensure installations and maintenance of functional office space and lodging

facilities in the project in adequate living conditions as well as all the equipment required with a

support from the Logistics team at the field and from ALIMA Coordination team

➢ responsible for the asset, Inventory, fleet, stock, Contracts & follow up, vendors and price-lists

management of the project.

➢ responsible to ensure an appropriate supply chain for the Project with the direct support of

the Supply Chain Manager of the coordination.

➢ responsible to ensure implementation of the technical SOPs, policies of logistics/security

procedures in the Project areas/zones according to ALIMA standard Logistics & Security Guidelines.

➢ involved with the Project Coordinator in Mapping/Identification of the local actors within the

area of intervention: local authorities, NGOs, etc. to ensure a good relationship with all the actors

➢ responsible to coordinates, organizing, supervising, coach, and supporting the logistics team

members’ performance to improve the logistics components of the project.

➢ responsible to plan and supervise, in close collaboration with the Project Coordination, the

associated processes (recruitment, training, induction, performance evaluation, development of skills

and internal/external communication) of the project logistics staff in order to ensure the required

performance and achieving goals,

➢ shall ensure implementation, management, and monitor the necessary reporting tools for logistics


➢ responsible to compiles the quantitative logistics data (consummations, stocks, distributions)

and analyses them before transmission to the project coordinator and the Logistics Coordinator in

monthly reporting.

➢ participate in exploratory mission/situation assessments and define logistics operational

priorities when needed

➢ participate in the development of the project proposal and project budget review.

➢ ensure weekly/bi-monthly and monthly Logistics reports as per ALIMA standards Guidelines.

➢ To follow up on Action Plan settings.

➢ Implementation of preventive measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual


Participate in training and awareness sessions

Applies standards relating to the prevention of abuse

Ensures that his team members follow training and awareness sessions and apply standards relating to the prevention of abuse

Contributes to creating and maintaining a fulfilling and protective environment.

Implementation of prevention measures against abuse of power, gender-based and sexual violence

Participates in training and awareness-raising sessions

Implements abuse prevention standards

Ensures that team members follow training and awareness sessions and apply abuse prevention rules

Contributes to creating and maintaining a nurturing and protective environment


University degree in Logistics, Supply or any other relevant field.

Minimum 5 years’ experience in humanitarians Logistics supply management, with role of internal Procurement compliance.

Experience with a medical international NGO, an asset.

Strong Team management and supervision skills.

Strong leadership qualities

Perfect knowledge of MS Office package, especially Excel & Word

Rigorous, stress-resistant, good adaptation capacity, and capacity of meeting deadlines.

Communications and negotiation skills

Flexibility and proactivity

Behavioral Skills

Strong interpersonal skills, teamwork.

Strong communication skills

Ability to work on own initiative and adaptable to changing needs and situations

Flexible, patient, and adaptable to a changing environment.

Ability to work under pressure with numerous deadlines, etc.

Languages :

Oral and written fluency in English is essential, in French is an asset

English Speaking, reading, and writing, mandatory. French is an asset;

Proficiency in a local language is an asset


Duration and type of contract: French contract: 6 months

Starting position: 04 April 2022

Salary: according to ALIMA scale + experience + per diem

ALIMA supports:

● travel expenses between the expatriate’s home country and the place of assignment

● accommodation costs

● 2.08 days off per month

● daily per diem

● medical coverage from the first day of the contract to one month after the date of departure from the country of assignment for the employee and his/her dependents

● the break policy every 3 months (for 6 months of the mission)

● evacuation for the employee.

How to apply:

To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to our page before the closing date.

Link to apply for that position:

Applications are processed in the order in which they are received. ALIMA reserves the right to close the offer before the initial deadline if an application is accepted. Only complete applications (CV in PDF format + letter of motivation) will be considered.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Important remarks

● Only successful applicants will be called for an interview.

● No monetary transactions, neither demands of favours in kind, nor other types of favoritism will be tolerated in the recruitment process.

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