Procurement and Logistic Manager

Salary 35,172,00USD Annual
Location Nampula, Moçambique
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This is a Permanent, Full Time vacancy that will close in {x} days at {xx:xx} BST.

Malaria Consortium is recruiting for a Procurement & Logistics Manager  to join our team in Nampula, Mozambique.

The Procurement & Logistics Manager will be responsible for procurement and logistics planning and implementation relating to the SMC pilot project. This will include procurement and delivery of projects supplies and services and the management of planning, import, storage, transport and reconciliation of project commodities, predominantly pharmaceuticals including all other needs to ensure the functioning of the Nampula office.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline
  • Relevant supply chain and/or procurement qualification (e.g. Supply Chain Masters or CIPS)
  • Experience in Procurement and logistics management role in a comparable context
  • Experience with managing pharmaceutical supply chains

We need to keep beneficiaries safe so our selection process reflects our commitment to safeguarding. Please find our Code of Conduct, Safeguarding Policy and Privacy Notice here.


Due to the nature of this role we will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis and the role might be filled and closed before the closing date. Early applications are encouraged.


To apply for this position you will need to have the right to work in Mozambique

Established in 2003, Malaria Consortium is one of the world’s leading non-profit organisations specialising in the prevention, control, and treatment of malaria and other communicable diseases among vulnerable populations.

Our mission is to save lives and improve health in Africa and Asia through evidence-based programmes that combat targeted diseases and promote Universal Health Coverage.

We are dedicated to ensuring our work is supported by strong evidence and remains grounded in the lessons we learn through implementation. We explore beyond current practice, to try out innovative ways – through research, implementation, and policy development – to achieve effective and sustainable disease management and control. 

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