“Outraged by the injustice faced by people with disabilities and vulnerable populations, we, aspire to a world of solidarity and inclusion, enriched by our differences, where everyone can live in dignity”.
HI is an independent and impartial aid and development organisation working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their essential needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights. Currently, HI is present in at least 55 countries, with its humanitarian programs reaching at least 2 million people. In 1997, HI along with other partners was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for its international campaigns to ban landmines sale and use.
For further information about HI please visit: https://hi.org/ and http://www.hi-us.org/ and https://humanity-inclusion.org.uk/en
HI has been operating in South Sudan since 2006, implementing emergency and development actions aimed at improving protection, quality of life, and the promotion of rights of vulnerable individuals, including people with disabilities. HI’s current operations are centred in POCs (protection of civilian sites) and IDP camps in Juba and greater Equatoria states: Yei, Torit and Yambio in greater Central Equatoria state, greater Eastern Equatoria and greater Western Equatoria respectively, with the Country Office based in Juba city. During 2021, HI is planning to establish a base in the greater Unity, which remains among the most conflict and disability affected states of the country. The operational context in South Sudan today is considered largely humanitarian/emergency while phasing in resilience programming. The ongoing peace initiatives if they succeed might result in huge population movements of returnees (both IDPs and refugees) across the country.
HI’s present interventions address both emergency and resilience needs. Since 2016, HI has been operating an emergency mobile (or flying) unit responding to MHPSS (Mental Health & Psychosocial Support) and disability rehabilitation assistance in the greater Upper Nile, Unity and Jonglei states. Overall, about 50,000 direct beneficiaries (people with disability and other most vulnerable) are being targeted through MHPSS and Livelihood projects, with a strong emphasis on mainstreaming disability inclusion.
Under the responsibility of the Country Director, in collaboration with the country coordination services, the Logistics Manager contributes to the implementation of the mandate and the 10-year global strategy of Humanity & Inclusion. The Logistics Manager ensures the efficient management of logistical resources for the country for South Sudan. S/he is the point person for the Country Director, and as such informs him/her of any problems and suggests solutions within his/her scope of responsibility. S/he participates actively in the phased reorganisation of HI in the field as part of the ROOTS project. S/he is a key player in the rollout and implementation of HI’s logistics standards, consisting in a reworking of the positioning of logistics at HI and the assertion of the principle of the professional channel.
PROFILE SOUGHT :
- HI’s vision, mandate, values and strategy
- Humanitarian principles
- Institutional frameworks (policies, directives, standards…)
- Donor frameworks and rules
- Practice of logistics professions in a humanitarian environment
- Theory and practice of the implementation of emergency and development actions
- HI service sectors, mandatory cross-cutting approaches and technical frames of reference
- Planning and management
- Risk management (safeguarding of beneficiaries, security, finance, donors, etc.)
- Objectives and contents of the transformation projects (simplification, leading change, Manager 2.0, …)
- Reinforced security management
- Written and oral communication in English
- Command of IT tools (including advanced level Excel and Word)
- Management and leadership of multi-cultural and multi-sector teams, on-site and remotely
- Managerial and continuous improvement practices
- Leading Change
- Analysis (geopolitics, environment, relations) and ethical positioning
- Negotiation (internally and externally)
- Ability to anticipate
- Ethical values and a constructively critical mindset
- Leadership: inspires confidence, motivates, sets the example, takes and assumes decisions
- Benevolent (shows trust / acknowledges achievements)
- Practices and promoted autonomy (delegates and motivates)
- Cooperative /collaborative (asks for feedback / listens to the organisation)
- Accountable (internally/externally/to governance)
- Audacious (shows initiative)
- Resilience to stress and uncertainty
- Capable of self-criticism (listens and seeks to improve)
- Pragmatism, capacity to adapt with agility
At HI, the conditions offered are up to your commitment and adapted to the context of your mission. Particular attention is paid to health issues and your personal situation.
We offer an induction and training path adapted to our staff members and we have an HR policy oriented toward mobility and professional development.
• 12 months international contract starting mid-September
• The international contract provides social coverage adapted to your situation
• Unemployment insurance benefits for EU nationals
• Pension scheme adapted to the situation of our employees: If you already have a personal pension scheme HI will contribute at the same level of your personal monthly contribution with a maximum of 272.53€/month; If you do not have a personal pension scheme, we will open a private pension account with your contribution of 272.53€/month and a contribution of HI of the same amount
• Medical coverage (with 50% of employee contribution to the subscription)
• Repatriation insurance paid by HI
• Salary from 2813€ gross/month upon experience
• Perdiem : 590€ net/month paid in the field
• Hardship allowance: 500€ net/month
• Paid leaves : 25 days per year
• R&R : 5days of R&R every 8 weeks
• Housing : taken in charge by HI
If you are resident in the country: local package