Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and non-religious international aid organization. Our teams are committed to supporting civilians’ victims of marginalization and exclusion, or hit by natural disasters, wars and economic collapses, by answering their fundamental needs. Our aim is to provide emergency relief to uprooted people in order to help them recover their dignity and regain self-sufficiency.
The PUI Nigerian Mission has been officially opened in April 2016, with a focus on meeting urgent needs, including improving access to food commodities, primary health care and nutrition for Internally Displaced People (IDP) and host communities (HC) living in Maiduguri Metropolitan Council (MMC).The progressive sectorial widening allowed PUI to start implementing an integrated approach from 2017 in food security, livelihoods, and nutrition and health sectors, with the support of ECHO, FFP, OFDA and CIAA/CDC, in line with PUI’s global strategy. In mid-2018, PUI developed its comprehensive response by adding Protection and Community Outreach (PCO) activities to the existing programs in Bolori II.
In 2018, PUI also scaled up its intervention with the opening of Monguno LGA base, with the main objectives of reducing morbidity and mortality of the most vulnerable population and promoting protection amongst the whole affected community. The severity of the needs and the reduction of the humanitarian access make PUI positioning in Health and Nutrition crucial, especially in Monguno where PUI has taken over some core activities from ALIMA at the beginning of 2021, after they closed their program there. At the end of 2020, PUI launched an exploratory mission, along with INGO colleagues in Zamfara State (North West), and has developed a strategy for its upcoming intervention in the area. In 2022, PUI continues with its intervention as it considers the opening of PULKA field office, with the main objectives of reducing morbidity and mortality of the most vulnerable population and promoting protection amongst the whole affected community.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Logistics Assistant – Premises & Fleet
Location: Monguno, Borno
Employment Type: Full-time
Contract Start Date: ASAP
Responsibilities and Tasks
- Assist the Logistics Officer for the follow-up of the rented cars and their pointing
- Ensure all requested cars are in good state and running well.
- Ensure the night driver and week-end drivers’ program are set up correctly
- Assist the Logistics officer in PUI’s car movement follow-up
- Hold monthly meetings with the drivers.
- Follow up with Drivers to ensure their Driving license is valid and renewal is done before expiration.
- Check Vehicle documents (Particulars) to ensure is valid and renewal is done in time to avoid embarrassment with authority.
- Regularly inspect PUI’s premises to assess what work is necessary
- Inform his/her direct supervisor of any problems or breakdowns noticed in PUI’s premises
- Carry out maintenance and small repairs on PUI’s premises and infrastructures (base, stock, warehouse, health centre, etc.)
- Assist the Logistics officer for making sure all premises have security equipment (fire extinguishers, sand buckets…)
- Ensure all doors have spare keys and store in the logistics keys cupboard
- Ensure all walls have barbed wire and maintained in good state
- Carry out interventions as indicated by his direct supervisor
- Inform his/her direct supervisor in the event of an incapacity to carry out the work requested which requires the intervention of a worker or specialized technician
- Assist workers or specialized technicians if needed
- Supervise the guards and prepare their duty rooster.
- Conduct regular meetings with the Guards to ensure work is going smoothly and for information sharing.
- Will be going round all PUI facilities to help identify problems.
Documentation and Reporting:
- Give daily report to the Logistics Officer about the progress of the logistics activities
- Archive and centralize logistics files related to his/her domain
- Update and share the monthly fire extinguisher follow-up
- Update and record the vehicle, generator, and fuel follow-up regularly and send to the logistics officer monthly
- Education Degree: University Degree or Higher National Diploma in a related field. Experience in logistics, engineering or any other professional qualification is an added advantage.
- Work experience: A previous experience in technical work (carpentry, electricity, or plumbing) is mandatory. Previous experience in procurement and previous experience in NGO are an asset.
- Language skills: English / Hausa / Kanuri is an asset
- Knowledge and skills: Knowledge in Logistics procedures & Value Chain management is an asset
- Computer skills: Pack Office and any other software
- Transversals skills
- Commitment to the NGO values and principles
- Initiatives taker
- Independent worker
- Good physical condition
N280,000 – N371,000 monthly.
Application Closing Date
19th October, 2022.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online
- The tasks and responsibilities defined in this job description are non-exhaustive and can evolve depending on the project’s needs.
- Indigenes of Monguno LGA of Borno State are strongly encouraged to apply.