Head of Mission
Cell based Technical Referent in HQ/ Field support unit or technical referents at HQ
Logistics and Supply
Defining and implementing all supply and technical logistics strategies and support to the mission, ensuring the pertinence and coherence of logistics and supply programmes, adequacy of the means provided and the compliance to MSF standard, protocols and procedures in order to enable the development of the mission in perfect working conditions and optimise the impact of the medical projects
Essential degree and specialization in Logistics and MSF Logistics training
Essential, working experience of at least two years in relevant jobs and previous humanitarian experience in MSF or other NGOs in developing countries. Desirable previous experience in emergencies
Be able to use MSF Buphagus software
Explain the basics of the equipment management policy (identification, procedures)
Sound knowledge of safety hazard and related soultions
Sound technical knowledge of the maintenance principles/tools for all the tehcnical services related to the buildings
Ability to understand and evaluate the pertinency to outsource techical services for building maintenance.
Ability to organize the use of the buildings according to the security needs (relocation/hybernation)
Familiar woth local rules/laws related to conutry real estate
Able to establish approprite technical procedures, tools and follow-up to manage a fleet with more than 10 vehicles (any type).
Be able to define a vehicle replacement strategy, accordig to the needs and deployment conditions
Prooved mastery of mechanical spareparts, (produce 6-month order sparepart, Toyota sparepart form)
Ability to evaluate the pertinency of regional outsurcing maintenance services, local and regional purchase (veichles and spare part) and renting of veichles
Able to recognise the needs of a project in terms of aerial operation (flight frequency, possible routings, number of passengers to be transported, etc.) on a regular basis or in the event of emergency (evacuation)
Able to organize aerial operations for a project taking into accounts costraints and actors involved
Able to implement MSF safety policies and protocols with regards to an aerial operation
Able to explain the MSF IT policy (3S: Security, Standardization, backup System)
Able to perform, verify and re-install a backup
Able to apply installation and maintenance procedures for IT material
Basic knowledge of computer network architecture
Able to follow a logic procedure in order to detect IT problems
Familiar with MSF basic standard tools and procedures (Difference between HF and VHF, estqblish radio contact, use of satellite phone, use and interpret an swvr meter)
Capable to define and manage the different phases in a renovation and/or construction project (temporary, semi-premanent and permanent atructures)
Sound knowlegde of MSF construction process
Able to draw a detailed diagram with dimension, orientation and elements of description
Able to guide the technical choice of materials
Able to provide maintenance of a building (up to 200m²) considering the integration of all the other relevant technical families (watsan, energy, etc.)
Good knowledge of local market in terms of materials, technicians, contractors, local law and istitutional actors
Capacity to do basic site planning for structure installation (temporary, semi-premanent and permanent structures)
Explain the various mechanisms of disease transmission via water and excrement.
Be able to implement the “Essential WHS requirements for health structures” (except Vector Control).
Be able to perform water chlorination.
Know how to perform a batch assisted sedimentation (drop‐drop, SSD).
Be able to install/operate/maintain MSF pumps (motorised pump, submersible & cellar).
Be able to harvest water through “jetting” technology.
Understand the concept of Vector Control & how to use LNs.
Be able to set up a proper excrement management (calculate volumes, construction of various systems & concrete slabs).
Be able to set up proper a waste water facility (grease trap, infiltration systems).
Be able to set up a proper medical waste facility (+ follow‐up of construction of De Montfort incinerators)
Good knowlegde of MSF guidelines with regards to fod logistics
Able to explain MSF prerequisites and guidlines related to shelters, NFI distribution and watsan basic requirements
Explain the various MSF standard products.
Able to setup a MSF multipurpose tent, family tent, basic Watsan supply and waste commodities for a family
Good knowledge of MSF tools (guidelines, kits) related to epidemics and vaccination (cold chain, stock, transport) and capable to deploy them
Good Knowlegde of of measure and control tools of the cold chain
Good Knowledge of basic hardware and able to deploy and maintain
Good knowlegde of MSF Cholera guidelines
Able to set up a CTC/CTU under the supervision of an experienced Watsan/Log (water, excrement
management, wastewater, medical waste
Able to conduct a critical review of the suitability, efficacy and efficiency of the safety management of a mission.
Train all those involved in a mission in all aspects of safety (context, risk evaluation,
standard procedures, contingency plans, incident reports and analysis).
Be able to define a safety strategies, and to provide appropriate tools and resources for tis implementation.
Develop and maintain a regional, even international, information network capable of aiding MSF in comprehension and ensuring safety in one or more specific contexts
Has an overview and links current actions with organisational objectives
Anticipates clients’ needs
Builds team spirit within the organisation
Uses actions and indirect influences to persuade
Works on the growth and development of team members