ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is a humanitarian organization dedicated to saving lives and providing care to vulnerable populations. With a focus on proximity, innovation, and collaboration, ALIMA acts with humanism, impartiality, and respect for universal medical ethics. Their work is driven by the principles of putting the patient first, revolutionizing humanitarian medicine, responsibility and freedom, trust, collective intelligence, and environmental liability.
The Humanitarian Crisis in Nigeria:
Nigeria’s northeast and the Lake Chad region are currently facing one of the most severe ongoing humanitarian crises globally. The crisis, now in its ninth year, has affected millions of people and shows no signs of abating. The situation has led to internal displacement, food insecurity, malnutrition, and outbreaks of epidemics such as cholera, Ebola, and COVID-19.
ALIMA’s Presence and Impact:
ALIMA has been actively working in Nigeria since 2017, implementing projects in various locations, including Muna Garage, Maiduguri MC, and Monguno. Their interventions focus on primary and secondary healthcare, with an emphasis on treating and preventing acute malnutrition, maternal health, mental health, responding to epidemics, providing surgical services, supporting displaced populations, and addressing gender-based violence.
The Role of Project Logistics Manager:
ALIMA is currently seeking a skilled Project Logistics Manager to join their mission in Katsina, Nigeria. As the Logistics Manager, you will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and monitoring all logistics activities in the project area. This includes ensuring the implementation of support services, managing material resources, maintaining functional facilities, establishing a robust supply chain, and adhering to ALIMA’s logistics and security guidelines. You will also supervise the logistics team, contribute to mapping local actors, participate in project proposal development, and provide regular reports.
Requirements and Qualifications:
To be considered for this role, you should have a university degree in Logistics, Supply, or a related field, along with a minimum of 5 years of experience in humanitarian logistics supply management. Experience with a medical international NGO is preferred. Strong team management, leadership, and communication skills are essential. Proficiency in MS Office, particularly Excel and Word, is required. Fluency in English is mandatory, and knowledge of French is an asset.
Working Conditions and Benefits:
The contract for this position is under French law, with an initial duration of 6 months and the possibility of renewal. The salary will be based on experience, and per diem will be provided. ALIMA covers travel costs, accommodation, medical insurance, and evacuation for its employees.
Join ALIMA’s Life-Saving Mission:
If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of vulnerable populations and want to contribute to ALIMA’s life-saving work in Nigeria, don’t miss this opportunity. To apply, please visit the ALIMA job page and submit your CV and Cover Letter.
Together, we can provide essential healthcare and support to those who need it most. Join ALIMA today and be part of the solution.