Warehouse Assistant

United Nations Children's Fund

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Experience: 3 to 5 Years

Skill Required: HR and Admin

The UNICEF Cox’s Bazar Field Office, Bangladesh Country Office (BCO) is providing vital humanitarian and emergency response services to the Rohingya emergency and also implementing regular developmental programmes in the host communities.
Within this context, the Warehouse Assistant is expected to undertake activities pertaining to UNICEF’s warehouse management rules, regulation, and best practices and responsible to undertake receipt, storage management, and dispatch of UNICEF supplies to meet the program and emergencies need on timely manner. In addition, he/she will be providing support in the IP warehouse assessment and practically guiding the IPs’ warehouse staff in receipt, storage arrangement, dispatch, and reporting on UNICEF supplies.
Major duties and responsibilities:
  • Rapid and relevant responses and assistance provided to evolving warehousing needs with a priority on receiving, storing, and dispatching supplies on time, as requested.
  • Integrity, standards, and accountability monitored, administrated, and maintained by implementing sound, accurate supply / Logistics management systems, procedures, documentation, and accurate reporting.
  • Effective collaboration and partnership in logistics with internal and external counterparts developed and maintained through better coordination, communication, and networking. Strong and constant relationship is entertained with Program sections, implementing partners/Government counterpart to expedite any distributions and solve issues.
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
  • Completion of secondary education preferably supplemented by technical, or university courses related to the work of the organization.
  • Minimum of five years of relevant professional work experience in supply, logistics, purchasing contracting and administration or other related fields.
  • Work experience in emergency duty station.
  • Fluency in English is required. Knowledge of another official UN language (Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian or Spanish) or a local language is an asset.