Niveau   10

Responsabilité Hiérarchique

Coordinateur Logistique / Coordinateur de l’approvisionnement

Responsabilité Fonctionnelle

Coordinateur Logistique / Coordinateur de l’approvisionnement

Domaine Professionnel

Logistique et Approvisionnement

But principal

Superviser les unités d’approvisionnement (chargés approvisionnement, achats, entrepôt, transport et douanes) sur le plan de la coordination.


  • Superviser les unités d’approvisionnement sur le plan de la coordination: chargés approvisionnement, achats, entrepôt (logistique et médical), transport et douanes.
  • Définir les objectifs des unités d’approvisionnement selon la stratégie d’approvisionnement globale et s’assurer que les objectifs de ces différents départements sont alignés sur cette stratégie.
  • Planifier, coordonner et superviser les tâches quotidiennes des unités d’approvisionnement sur le plan de la coordination, et établir leur niveau de priorité.
  • Évaluer la charge de travail de chaque département et, si requis, soumettre un plan de redimensionnement au coordonnateur à l’approvisionnement.
  • Coordonner la communication et les liens fonctionnels entre les départements liés à l’approvisionnement et les autres départements de l’organisation (finances, médical et logistique).
  • S’assurer que le processus de communication et les niveaux de satisfaction des projets sont adéquats.
  • Garantir le bon fonctionnement administratif des approvisionnements ainsi que le respect des procédures d’approvisionnement existantes, et proposer, s’il y a lieu, les modifications appropriées.
  • Responsable de la rédaction des procédures de chaque unité, du BF et de la formation des personnes en cause.
  • Responsable de la mise en place des outils adéquats et des procédures établis par le coordinateur à l’approvisionnement.
    • Mettre en place des indicateurs de performance et en assurer le suivi au sein de chaque unité; faire rapport de l’évolution de la situation au coordinateur à l’approvisionnement.


Indispensable: diplôme et spécialisation en logistique/chaîne d’approvisionnement.


  • Indispensable: expérience de minimum deux ans liée à la gestion de la chaîne d’approvisionnement, à l’organisation de la gestion de l’approvisionnement et à la mise en place des procédures.
  • Souhaitable: Connaissances avérées de l’organisation MSF Logistique (connaissances générales des équipements et des kits MSF en fonction du type de projet).

Language Level Description

B2  Independent User

Vantage or upper intermediate

  • Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation.
  • Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party.
  • Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

Technical Skills



Able to use all the warehouse's devices and premises

Knowledge of warehouse layout and good flows

Able to use basic administrative tools (stock cards)

Able to explain safety and security guidelines about warehousing

Quality control knowledge

Understanding of good distribution practices (GDP) on handling, controlling and storing

Able to explain picking packing techniques for different types of items (cold chain, DGR...)

Able to follow the instructions coming from a specific stock management theory (FEFO, shelf line, etc.)



Knowledge of incoterms

Able to evaluate the incidence of transport costs.



Be informed of importation constraints and lead time.



Understanding of the MSF purchasing package

Knowledge of local market (in terms of suppliers, prices, availability, etc.)

Supply IS


Able to put in place procedures to guide basic users

Able to control the procedures are in place

able to configure the tools and master data

Able to keep the tool updated

Able to make daily reports form the tool.

Demand Planning


Able to calculate stock levels, thresholds and consumptions

Customer Service Management


Able to work according to client requirements

Knowledge of downstream claim management

Able to establish customer reports.

Supply process Synchronization


Able to collect indicators and to analyse them with regards to their activities

Transversal Competencies

Commitment to MSF’s Principles

Demonstrates loyalty, awareness and respect for MSF’s values

  • Expresses his/her interest by talking/asking/giving informed opinions about MSF’s activities.
  • Expresses he/she wants to work with MSF because of its principles and mission.
  • Overtly expresses his/her satisfaction at belonging to MSF and defends MSF’s social mission.
  • Refers to beneficiaries* when speaking about his/her own work.
  • Always transmits a positive image of MSF in front of both colleagues and external people.
  • Translates the principles of MSF into actions.

Behavioural Flexibility

Adapts behaviour to the needs of the situation

  • Accepts decisions which are not completely in line with his/her personal opinions.
  • Is flexible in applying and adapting procedures.
  • Adapts his/her behaviour to the characteristics of the interlocutor and/or situation.
  • Learns from problems and difficulties, becoming more competent at resolving similar situations in the future.
  • Looks for adaptable solutions in order to achieve objectives.
  • Reassesses priorities when circumstances change, focusing on objectives. 

Results and Quality Orientation

Improves performance and sets ambitious and realistic goals

  • Strives to continually improve work methods.
  • Suggests news ways of increasing efficiency in his/her field of action.
  • Demonstrates a continuous learning attitude.
  • Sets as an objective the improvement of the process. 

Teamwork and Cooperation

Encourages, engages and motivates people to work as a team

  • Shows he/she values the experience and input of other team members through empathetic communication.
  • Makes decisions taking into account how they affect the team.
  • Actively seeks input from team members to define how they will work together.
  • Makes sure the common objective is known and supported by all the team.
  • Works to achieve cohesion and a spirit of cooperation in the team.
  • Involves the team in the decision-making process that may affect all its members. 

People Management and Development

Gives feedback and sets limits

  • Informs and gives feedback about results achieved by the team.
  • Individually rectifies ineffective behaviour through constructive feedback.
  • Acknowledges the positive performance of his/her collaborators, using suitable techniques for the follow-up appraisal.
  • Manages any discrepancies between team members’ expectations and the reality of their situation.
  • Is approachable and makes time for all team members. 

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