UNICEF National Internship in Supply and Logistics 2024.
This internship is to provide Tertiary students with an opportunity to put into practice the skills they have learned while in the university. By the end of the programme, students should have an opportunity to enhance those skills, obtain the perspective of a work environment and benefit from a mentor or supervisor’s experience and advice.
UNICEF National Internship in Supply and Logistics 2024
Under the guidance and direct supervision of the Logistics Specialist, the intern will work as a Supply and Logistics intern and will carry out the main duties and responsibilities as specified below. The Supply and Logistics section is in preparation for the action plan to respond to the key issues raised during the Peer Review and Audit 2022 alongside the high volume of ongoing procurement and Logistics in correlation with the upcoming end-year activities.
The purpose of this internship is to support the supply and logistics activities of Douala, the UNICEF sub-office for Cameroon. This internship provides the selected candidate with exposure to the working environment of a multilateral organization and a better understanding of management at the executive level.
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The intern will be responsible for the following tasks:
- Physical and electronic filing of all documents relevant to incoming shipments.
- Daily tracking and monitoring for both CO and landlocks in transit shipments.
- Dashboard follow-up and updates.
- Support logistics processes (import and export customs clearances)
- Assist in the drafting of exemption letters, letters of guarantees, and Transit orders.
- Perform any other activities requested
To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
- Applicants must be at least 18 years old
- Be enrolled in a degree programme in an undergraduate, or graduate school, or be a recent graduate (Bachelor or Master) in Supply chain management with good knowledge of customs clearance processes, warehousing, and CEMAC regulations. It should also state the expected graduation date. Recent graduates are allowed until 2 years after degree completion.
- Be proficient in at least one of UNICEF’s working languages: English and French.
- Copy of their most recent official transcript showing excellent academic performance or a reference letter from an academic supervisor.
- Have no immediate relatives (e.g. father, mother, brother, sister) working in any UNICEF office
- Have no other relatives in the line of authority which the intern will report to
- Are not disqualified under the UNICEF Child Safeguarding Personnel Standards (DHR/STANDARDS/2019/001), or as amended.
- Copy of Identification Card (ID)