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Supply Chain Intern at Feed the Children August 2023

Feed the Children Internship

Supply Chain Intern at Feed the Children August 2023, Feed the Children Internship Feed the Children (Kenya) is looking for multi-talented intern to join the Procurement & Logistics unit in the Kenya Country office based in Gigiri, Nairobi for a period of 3months. The Intern will support the unit in various activities as will be assigned by the Supervisor or designate. He/she will mainly assist the Procurement & Logistics Officer in raising quotations, quotation analysis, preparing the tender and procurement documents.

About Feed the Children

Feed the Children is an international, non-profit relief organization that was founded in 1979 with headquarters in Oklahoma City, United States of America. In Kenya, Feed the Children was registered in 1993 under the Non-Governmental Organization Coordination Board Act. Feed the Children Kenya office’s first program in the 1990s was the Dagoretti Children’s Centre (DCC) which assisted children who were physically challenged. In 2000, the organization opened the Abandoned Baby Centre (ABC) which rescued children who had been abandoned by family. In 2004, the organization began implementing the School Feeding Program (now called School Meals Programs). The program was in partnership with WFP and Ministry of Education and was aimed at encouraging children to attend school, improve school retention rates and reduce school drop-outs rates.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Under direct supervision of the Proc. & Logistics Officer, provide support to procurement & Logs Department in effective acquisition of supplies. Support invoice processing in consultation with Finance Office, liaise whenever necessary with service provider/partner/retailer to expedite the process. Support the planning and implementation of innovative supply chain operations, initiatives and services to ensure value for money and time saving. Provide technical advice and identify opportunities for improvement and innovation initiatives analyzing best practices from the humanitarian and private sector. Support the management of vendors, including performance monitoring and measurements. Participate in opening of tenders, quotations and evaluation.

Stock taking, inventory and reconciliation. Scanning of various procurement documents and upload in cloud storage system. Filing of various documents including quotations, minutes and contracts. Taking minutes of departmental meetings when required. Assist in quote analysis, LPO preparation, vendor performance evaluation and documentation. Prepare daily, weekly and monthly updates and update supply chain dashboards. Assist in monitoring the inventory management process to track trends and account for the inventory status from receipt to dispatch to final delivery points. Facilitate filing of contract documentations and ensure completeness of files per their respective checklist. Assist in the preparation of reports, solicitation documents and contracts.

Feed the Children Internship

Assist in the receipt, verification and acceptance of goods and services procured. Assist in updating asset record and periodical verification. Other Proc &logistics related tasks as required STANDARD MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education bachelor’s degree in supply chain, Business Management or another relevant field. Graduated no longer than 1 year ago from a bachelor’s degree or equivalent studies. Membership of CIPS or KISM.

Language: Fluency in both oral and written English is required.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FEED is not responsible for living expenses, accommodation, and related costs. The internship duration is 3 months, full-time. Internship employment is decided based on competitive selection, qualifications, and merit. Both male and female candidates are encouraged to apply. Feed the Children Internship

How to Apply

If you meet the above requirements, please send your application and detailed CV to: hr-kenya@feedthechildren.org

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