i+ Consortium Jobs in Nigeria : LMCU – Zonal Coordinators – 6 Positions
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- Company: i+ Consortium
- Location: Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria
- State: Abuja Jobs - Cross River Jobs - Gombe Jobs - Imo Jobs - Lagos Jobs - Sokoto Jobs
- Job type: Full-Time
- Job category: Graduates Jobs in Nigeria
The Nigeria Supply Chain Integration project which is funded by the Global Fund is designed to improve patient access and availability of medicines – through visibility, control and efficient last mile delivery. The project will also ensure tighter integration of National health commodities supply chains between Federal & State, Donors, Public & Private Sector, and across commodities – HIV, Malaria, TB, Reproductive Health and Vaccines.
i+consortium, which comprises international and local organizations is responsible for the establishment of functional Logistics Management Coordinating Units (LMCU) and deployment of Logistics Management Information System (LMIS) tools at State and LGA levels. The consortium will be supporting the National Product Supply Chain Management Program (NPSCMP) within the Food and Drugs Services (FDS) Department of the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH) in achieving its set objectives of having a streamlined, cost effective and ultimately more sustainable National Pharmaceutical Supply Chain. As a result, we are looking for:
LMCU – Zonal Coordinators
In line with the NSCIP’s strategies, the zonal coordinator(s) will provide hands-on guidance to the State Ministry of Health (SMOH), partners, and other stakeholders within assigned zones. The coordinator will lead a team of consultants in strengthening the Logistics Management Coordination Units (LMCUs) and related supply chain systems across supported States and LGAs.