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Warehouse manager

Deadline for submission

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.