The Roving Logistics Coordinator will travel 75% of his working time with deployments from 4 to 8 weeks to approximately 5 to 6 countries per year within assigned region to ensure implementation of International Medical Corps’ global logistics policies and procedures and improved compliance with emphasis on Gift In-Kind management, Asset tracking, Supply Chain, warehousing, fleet management and reporting. The Roving Logistics Coordinator will provide capacity building through training and coaching Logistics country program staff, promote Logistics compliance, troubleshoot, mitigate risks while preparing improvement plans, and cover staff gaps in senior field logistics roles. The Roving Logistics Coordinator can be mobilized anytime to take part in International Medical Corps’ emergency response around the globe (no geographic limitation) and provide on the ground logistics support for emergency response. Supervised staff will vary from assignment to assignment. The position is part of the Global Logistics and will report directly to the Regional Logistics Coordinator and work in close coordination with Country Logistics Coordinators and country Logistics staff/Country Directors and other staff with regional responsibilities for the countries within portfolio.
QUALIFICATIONS: (Training/education/experience/physical demands required; provide 6-8 requirements)