This position requires a mature candidate, a self starter, with dedication and ability to work with less or no
supervision. Must demonstrate willingness to learn and work with others as a team. Prospective candidates should have a minimum of high secondary school education
Candidates should also have at least 1 years’ previous experience in a related field. Ability to perform field assignments and willingness to travel for long period of time in difficult terrain, harsh and demanding conditions. Candidates should also be willing to live and work in very difficult and security risk areas Good command of oral and written English. Computer literacy is an added advantage.
A mature Christian who shows a desire to serve humanity and to strengthen his/her relationship with the Lord.
Commodity Management and distribution
• We are stewards through whom the donors channel assistance to the communities.
• Ensure that all commodities entrusted to World Vision arriving at distribution centers are properly accounted
• Scrutinize all waybills for commodities arriving at the distribution centers. Ensure that the commodities are of
correct quantities and quality as manifested on the waybill. Immediately record all quantities delivered short
(missing), quantities lost in transit and quantities damaged if any. All observations must be recorded
• Commodities must carefully be counted during offloading.
• At the distribution center, commodities must be stacked in an organized manner, by commodity type to
facilitate easy distribution.
Beneficiary identification, sélections and registration
• Work to with the field coordinator, WFP, counterparts and the community to improve targeting efficiency.
• Using the approved beneficiary selection criteria, organize and participate in the registration and verification
• Take active role in the registration and verification of beneficiaries to ensure that the process is fair
• Ensure that the most needy / vulnerable members of the community are properly targeted and protected. At
all times ensure that the registers include more women beneficiaries.
• Ensure the registration process is well planned and documented
World Vision has been working in South Sudan since 1989 and was one of the few aid agencies that provided emergency assistance during war to the displaced populations in what was then the Southern Sudan region of Sudan. After the country became independent in 2011, World Vision began recovery and development activities.