Manager, Procurement & Logistics
Alan & Grant
Ibadan, Nigeria
4d ago
source : Fuzu


  • Master's Degree or equivalent in Engineering, Sciences, Social Sciences with training in procurement, logistics and supply chain management
  • At least 7 years’ experience in procurement planning and management in private sector / international organizations
  • Demonstrated experience of efficiently and efficaciously completing procurement of health-sector goods and commodities
  • Knowledge and ability to work on ICT tools for inventory management, logistics and supply chain management
  • Knowledge of completing procurement in Nigeria or FCV countries;
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written) in English
  • Strong credibility and integrity in this domain
  • Job Description

  • Accelerating Nutrition Results in Nigeria (ANRiN) Project aims to increase utilization of quality, cost-effective nutrition services for pregnant and lactating women, adolescent girls and children under five years of age.
  • The organization aims to deliver nutrition services at the community level as an effective strategy because this mode of service delivery : i) reduces the physical, cultural and financial barriers to access;
  • ii) can encourage households to utilize facility-based services (e.g., ante-natal care); and iii) can serve to change cultural norms that are holding back behavior change.


  • To increase access to and utilization of a community-based BPNS in defined geography of ANRiN states according to established and agreed targets (for quality and coverage) to reduce the level of malnutrition in Nigeria.
  • Scope of Work

  • The project will, in an equitable and sustainable manner and through a mix of counseling and service delivery, promote increased access to and utilization of the following services under BPNS :
  • Knowledge of mothers / care-givers of children 0-23 months of age on improved behaviors related to maternal, infant and young child feeding, notably early, exclusive and continued breastfeeding, appropriate complementary feeding, and early stimulation
  • Fifteen sachets of micronutrient powders per month among children 6-23 months to improve the quality of complementary feeding
  • At least 90 iron-folic acid (IFA) tablets by pregnant women by specifically addressing barriers that inhibit women from taking a full course of IFA tablets during pregnancy through counseling during ante-natal care sessions
  • At least three doses of intermittent preventive treatment for malaria during ante-natal care by pregnant women
  • At least four sachets of zinc / oral rehydration solution (ORS) per year for treatment of diarrhea among children 6-59 months of age
  • Semi-annual vitamin A supplementation among children 6-59 months of age
  • Semi-annual deworming among children 12-59 months of age
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