• Post Date:March 1, 2018
  • Apply Before: March 30, 2018
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Job Description


Our client, a global health organization with the aim of improving the health of people in developing countries is looking for a well-organized and a proactive PROCURMENT LOGISTICS OFFICER to help with their operations in Ghana.


Successful candidate should possess knowledge of Ghana’s Procurement Policies, trade and public procurement; pharmaceutical or medical device procurement.


  • Work with other departments to determine various service needs, including consultancy services
  • Contribute to the creation and maintenance of Consultant Procurement policies and procedures
  • Lead the procurement process for consultant services, as well as commodities on an as needed basis
  • Prepare and provide procurement of consultant services training
  • Ensure compliance in the consultant procurement process
  • Negotiate contracts to get best value for resources
  • Prepare bid evaluation forms for field and/or donor review
  • Prepare and monitor purchase orders and contracts
  • Ensure that health products meet appropriate quality standards
  • Maintain procurement files in accordance with company policies and/donor requirements
  • Be responsible for “Procure to Pay” cycle for procurement activity
  • Provide service/product research and source-of supply research
  • Serve as the focal point for Procurement of Consultant
  • Undertake projects related to the departmental goals
  • Prepare and deliver capacity building/training activities both within the department as well as to other departments and network members and field offices
  • Other duties as required

Education/ Experience

  • Undergraduate degree in supply chain management, project management, administration or related field.
  • Professional membership of CIPS/GIPS
  • A minimum of 4-6 years of experience in procurement and logistics.


  • Must have working knowledge of procurement regulations, including AIDAR.
  • Must be exceptional in communication skills and sense of humor, teamwork essential.
  • Must have expanded computer skills.
  • Must have a working knowledge of Ghana procurement laws and international procurement laws desirable.
  • Must have experience with non-profit and/or international development organizations
  • Must have knowledge of USAID procedures and regulations
  • Must pay exceptional attention to detail and follow through capabilities
  • Must be a team player
  • Must have the willingness to work in a flexible, professional capacity, and to perform a variety of tasks with varying deadlines and priorities
  • Must be familiar with or interested in international development.

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