General Description about Goal Organization
•GOAL has been working in Sudan since 1985 implementing a multi-sectoral integrated humanitarian program incorporating Health, Nutrition, Livelihoods, REFLECT and Emergency Response. GOAL works in close collaboration with the Ministry of Health. GOAL is currently implementing programs in North Darfur and South Kordofan States, and is having field offices in these states as well as in Khartoum. The current GOAL program focuses on four main sectors: Primary Health Care, Nutrition, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) and Women Empowerment.
General description of the role:
•The Medical Supplies Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the proper management of all medicines, medical supplies and equipment, monitoring their consumption and ensuring proper records are maintained and reports on consumption prepared and submitted regularly.
•Responsible for ensuring the proper management of all medicines, medical supplies and equipment for GOAL’s health and nutrition program in North Darfur State.
•Work with Logistics team to ensure proper storage of medical drugs, supplies and equipment as well as good stores management practice.
•Ensure that medicines and supplies are distributed monthly to all health facilities according to their actual needs.
•Participate with the Logistics team to do stock check of all medicines and supplies in medical store as well as conduct physical drugs inventory at clinic level.
•Ensure that all medicines and supplies received in the store and dispatched to the clinics are correctly recorded in stock cards.
•Ensure that GOAL-supported health facilities are using correct procedures and documentation to receive, store, and disburse medical supplies
•Review and update the monthly drugs consumption database then submit to the Area Health and Nutrition Coordinator on a monthly basis.
•Analyze the consumption patterns of tracer medicines as well as other key medicines and supplies on quarterly basis and share analysis reports with Area Health and Nutrition Coordinator.
•Degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Bachelor of Pharmacy.
•A minimum of 4 years’ experience managing medical supply chains, including experience overseeing drug supplies for multiple, large and/or complex health facilities / systems.
•Experience conducting drugs consumption analysis required
•Experience with drug supply rules and compliance with major humanitarian donors / UN agencies strongly preferred
•Computer skills including strong experience with Microsoft Excel and/or other database management software, as well as Microsoft Word, Outlook, and internet.
•Good communication skills and interpersonal skills, strong teamwork.
•Experience teaching or supervising other pharmacists preferred
•Good oral and written English and Arabic language skills.
•Ability to live and work in rural and sometimes insecure locations with basic conditions
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