Warehouse manager

Warehouse managers  ensure good conditions of storage for sensitive items. They plan, coordinate and manage warehouse operations in order to promote safe, efficient, and sustainable operating procedures.


  • Education of 3 years minimum in management, international business administration or a related discipline and/or a specialization in Logistics/Supply Chain; or equivalent through professional experience 
  • Minimum 2 years of professional experience in a Logistics/Supply Chain role with responsibilities in one or more of the following domains: procurement, warehousing, transport, customs (import/export), demand planning & inventory management, supply information systems, supply processes synchronization
  • A previous professional experience in medical stock management, and quality management, is a serious asset 
  • A previous professional experience in supply in an NGO and/or in the humanitarian supply chain is an asset
  • Talent for networking and stakeholders’ management
  • Good people management skills and leadership potential; Ability to train and coach individuals and teams; experience in a supervision or coaching role is an asset
  • Orientation towards customer satisfaction, quality, and solutions
  • Analytical skills (context, indicators, databases…)
  • IT skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, ERP)
  • Adhere to the MSF Charter and to our managerial values: Respect, Transparency, Integrity, Accountability, Trust and Empowerment
  • Adhere to our Behavioral Commitments
  • Willingness to leave on mission without your partner and/or family and to work in an unstable environment
  • Good French and English language skills. In addition, knowledge of one of the operational languages spoken in countries where MSF intervenes (Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic) is a strong asset


  • 6 to 12 months

Meet our warehouse and supply colleagues

On this page we gathered videos and stories from colleagues and other essential information about the humanitarian supply chain at MSF.