About Harakat- Afghanistan Investment Climate Facility (H-AICF)
Harakat-AICP is an Afghan managed, multi-donor funded non-profit organisation. The lead donor is the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID).
Harakat-AICP has identified a program management approach to achieving the objective of fostering an enabling environment for private sector investment by concentrating on four program pillars: (1) Public Private Partnerships; (2) Legal and Regulatory Reform; (3) Investor Facilitation; (4) Women’s Economic Inclusion.
The purpose of the position is to plan, organise, and coordinate the procurement for the AICP. The Logistics & Procurement Officer is responsible to look after Harakat AICP Procurement, rule compliant and results oriented procurement of goods and services for AICP.
The Logistics & Procurement manages the tasks of sourcing and procurement for the AICP and its programme. He/she will look after the logistics & procurement process from the initial selection of suppliers to the purchase of goods and services. The primary responsibilities of the Logistics & Procurement Officer include organizing the procurement services for programmes, and the implementation of successful purchasing practices that ensure reduced costs and improved productivity.
Reporting to the Procurement Manager of the AICP, the key responsibilities and accountabilities of the Logistics & Procurement Officer are outlined as follows:
Supervision of Mechanical Items
Supervision of Harakat-AICP- Fleet and Drivers
Coordinate the project/program office’s operations and provide logistic services
AICP procurement procedures manual.
Tertiary qualifications from a recognized university that includes principles and methods of supply chain management.
Extensive experience (2 to 4 years) within the field of supply chain management (Logistic & Procurement) and asset management.
Experience with donor specific procedures related to logistics
Knowledge of procurement and supply chain processes and systems.
Personal Skills & Abilities:
Professional presentation and approach.
Applicants must submit a complete application that includes a letter of interest, current curriculum vitae, and contact information and four professional references. All submissions must be made via email only to firstname.lastname@example.org and please write the reference 13-2017 in the subject line of your email.
Credential review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Harakat-AICP reserves the right to screen and interview suitable candidates any time during this period. No phone calls please. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Harakat-AICP prohibits discrimination in employment on any basis.
Women are strongly urged to apply