Project Coordinator (if in project) / Logistics Coordinator
Logistics and Supply
Planning, coordinating and monitoring all logistics related activities in the project or capital and providing support to medical assistance activities, according to MSF protocols and standards in order to ensure an optimal running of the project
Essential secondary education and technical diploma or technical university degree, preferably as an engineer
Essential at least two years of working experience in logistics related activities. Desirable previous experience with MSF or other NGOs, and working experience in developing countries
Able to identify the needs of a base in terms of non-medical investment equipment.
Able to analyse/interpret the data extracted from Buphagus
Basic knowledge of the equipment management policy (identification, maintenance procedures, standard articles, etc.)
Able to evaluate the impact of inhouse or outhouse servicing of investiment equipments
Ability to collect the needs of the building users and propose and implement rational solutions
Ability to understand and evaluate the local real estate market.
General knowledge of safety hazard and related soultions
General technical knowledge of the maintenance principles/tools for all the tehcnical services related to the buildings
Familiar with MSF basic standard tools and procedures (Carnet de Bord, fiche de travail, dayly and weekly check, service « A » and « B »)
Basic knowledge of mechanical spareparts
Be able to properly manage a of fuel storage and to respect refueling principles/rules.
Sound knowledge of driving rules
Be able to size the project fleet and related equipment according to Msf standards and deployment conditions
Be able to organize a garage facility on the basis of MSF standards
Ability to evaluate the pertinency of local outsurcing basic maintenance service of the fleet
Sound Knowledge of mechanical spareparts, (produce regularly order sparepart)
Good knowledge of MSF projects air protocols (procedures, flight planning)
Ability of monitoring freight and passanger movements
Able to handle aircraft arrival and departure (airstrip clearing, contact with pilot)
Knowledge of MSF safety policies and protocols with regards to an aerial operation
Able to recognise the 3 priorities (safety, protection, continuity of service).
Able to follow a logic procedure in order to detect simple electricity problems
Able to apply the basic laws of electricity (volt, ampere, watt, AC/DC).
Able to produce basic facilities based on MSF standard kits (lighting kit, small generator, charger/inverter)
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)
Be familiar with the types of medical apparatus most used by MSF.
Be able to carry out basic preventive maintenance.
Familiar with MSF basic standard tools and procedures related to biomed equipments
Familiar with renovation and/or construction proceduresfor simple structures (temporary, semi-premanent and permanent)
Good knowlegde of existing MSF construction reference guides/tools.
Explain the MSF prerequisites for a construction project.
Able to draw a schematic diagram.
Able to recognize the need of supply in terms of materials
Explain the link between WHS and (Public) Health.
Be able to estimate the needs for water & excrement management for health‐care structures & camps.
Be able to install a small water network with MSF kits (motorised pump, bladder, distribution line).
Know how to perform a batch chlorination
Explain the principles of systems for management of excrement (defecation area, latrine pits, improved latrine pits, simple latrine, VIP, water latrine, septic tank).
Explain the principles of water evacuation (grease trap, infiltration trenches).
Explain the principles of medical waste management (categories & equipment)
Able to identify the major risks presented by a project in terms of safety of goods and persons, in collaboration with the project coordinator.
Able to identify measures to reduce risks and develop a contingency plan for a project
Demonstrates loyalty, awareness and respect for MSF’s values
Adapts behaviour to the needs of the situation
Improves performance and sets ambitious and realistic goals
Encourages, engages and motivates people to work as a team
Gives feedback and sets limits