Available Job Careers At Care International

Available Job Careers At Care International
Available Job Careers At Care International

The Regional Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for providing technical leadership, guidance, and support in supply chain management to countries in the region. This includes procurement, logistics, and fleet management, as well as capacity building for Country Office (CO) supply chain teams. The goal is to ensure efficient and effective supply chain activities that support CARE’s program delivery and impact. The role also involves managing supply chain risks, monitoring the performance of COs through key performance indicators (KPIs), and supporting talent identification, recruitment, and onboarding efforts.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Technical Leadership and Guidance:
  • Provide expert advice and support to COs in supply chain management, ensuring compliance with policies, procedures, and donor requirements.
  • Foster a culture of planning by facilitating the development and regular review of consolidated procurement plans.
  1. Learning and Best Practices:
  • Promote knowledge sharing and identify areas for improvement in supply chain management through the dissemination of best practices.
  • Collaborate with relevant teams to ensure adherence to donor regulations and optimize resource utilization.
  1. Supply Chain Transformation:
  • Stay updated on emerging trends, strategies, and approaches in supply chain management.
  • Contribute proactively to the Supply Chain Transformation Project, ensuring high-quality implementation and organizational change.
  1. Capacity Building and Development:
  • Support CO supply chain teams in enhancing their skills and understanding their roles.
  • Assist in the recruitment and onboarding of new supply chain staff in exceptional cases.
  1. Humanitarian Scale-up Support:
  • Establish and maintain a regional talent pool to address surge needs and provide professional development opportunities.
  • Facilitate partnerships with external resources to enhance surge support if required.
  1. Risk Management, Performance, and Reporting:
  • Track supply chain KPIs and take corrective actions when necessary.
  • Manage supply chain-related risks and ensure the implementation of mitigation measures.
  • Review reports and cost analyses to support strategic decision-making.
  1. Other Duties:
  • Fulfill any additional responsibilities assigned.


  • Master’s degree in Supply Chain/Business Administration/Finance or relevant practical experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in program support areas, including procurement, administration, and logistics.
  • Strong interpersonal and networking skills, effective communication, and facilitation abilities.
  • Proficient in written and spoken English, with planning, strategic, analysis, and negotiation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisive decisions in disaster situations and work independently or in a team.
  • Ability to balance macro and micro perspectives and consider cultural, gender, and political factors.
  • Capable of working under stressful and challenging conditions.

Humanitarian Crisis png images | PNGEgg

CARE’s Name and Fraud Warning: CARE cautions individuals about fraudulent schemes involving fees and impersonation. CARE does not charge candidates any upfront fees and only engages recruiting or placement agencies in specific circumstances. If you suspect fraud, please contact legal@care.org.

Equal Employment Opportunities: CARE provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or veteran status. For more information on EEO rights, please click here.

Starting salaries are determined based on internal equity, candidate experience, and local labour costs. The listed salaries apply only to jobs in the US.

TO APPLY: To apply, please click here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *