Malawi Legal Aid Bureau
The Malawi Legal Aid Bureau, established under the Legal Bureau Act of 2010 is a national public institution mandated to provide legal aid to persons with insufficient means. In a bid to reach out to as many Malawians as possible, the Bureau invites applications from well qualified candidates to fill the following vacant post:
Vacancy Number LAB/3/19
Job Title Suppliers Assistant ((1 post)
Responsible to Procurement Officer
Salary Salary range of Grade K in the Malawi Legal Aid Bureau.
Responsible for managing the Legal Aid Bureau stores office.
Principal duties include:
Receiving and issuing stocks;
Maintaining and updating stores records i.e. stock cards, issuing forms and inventory ledgers;
Working in coordination with users to determine requirements;
Liaising with the Procurement Officer on stock levels;
Preparing requisitions for purchase of goods;
Conducting physical inspections of stocks before receipt;
Determining and requesting stock order using economic orders quantity; and
Safeguarding stocks and ensuring clean and tidy stores office at all times.
Produce monthly and quarterly reports
Procuring and acting as a secretary for the Internal Procurement Committee
Qualifications, Experience and Skills
A Certificate in Purchasing and Supply. Those with a Diploma in Purchasing and Supply plus previous experience in a similar position will have an added advantage.
Minimum of two years working experience and able to handle stores effectively.
Self-starter and able to work with minimum supervision.
Must have excellent skills in office organization, practice and communication
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Interested candidates should submit application letter, curriculum vitae with three (3) traceable referees, copies of certified educational and professional certificates addressed to:
Malawi Legal Aid Bureau,
1st Floor Shire Building,
Off Paul Kagame Highway,
P O Box 675, Lilongwe.
Or Email to: email@example.com
All applications should reach the Director not later than 5:00 pm, Friday, 19th April, 2019