Purpose of the position:
Responsible to manage receipts, storage, distribution, monitoring, accounting, documentation and reporting associated with non-food commodities received at WVI – Malawi. MAIN WAREHOUSE
Communicate World Vision's Christian ethos and demonstrate a quality of spiritual life that is an example to others.
Major Responsibilities: (please define in output format – 1-10 things of what you expect to see as a result of this position)
(Accountabilities and results)
Plan for the proper commodity management and accounting system with the identification of relevant formats, procedures and inspection of warehouses and equipment
Coordinate Distribution Centre/warehouse activities with special focus on receipts, dispatches, inventory management with no waste or unnecessary expenses. Formulate regular monthly, quarterly and annual reports.
Manage warehouse staff and Conduct regular warehouse trainings for the Warehouse staff and other staff in the regulations and requirements of warehouse management.
Participate in the National office RAPIDS Response Team when called upon.
Coordinate physical counts on all the commodities on a monthly and as required basis whenever the tally clerk have stacked and dispatched any commodities.
Ensure that first-in-first -out (FIFO) delivery system is implemented, unless in special circumstance of where shelf – life is considered.
Ensure that a warehouse is safe and in order, well maintained and that roof, windows and doors are all in good shape to provide basic safety to the commodities.
Develop the distribution schedule immediately the allocation plan is approved, plan for action for GIK deliveries and requirements and other necessary areas as required.
Coordinate the timely clearance of all GIK shipments received in Malawi and ensuring that there is no demurrage
Carry out additional responsibilities and projects as assigned by the Supervisor.
Attend and participate in weekly chapel and daily devotional meetings
Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training: