Ministry of Health & Social Services
Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
Inventory Management and Warehousing
N$176 895 per annum
N$ 8 760 per annum
N$ 14 520 per annum
Key performance areas (KPAs):
To support the Pharmacist and Pharmacist’s Assistant in the management of Warehouses.
Ensure that the physical stock in the warehouse is balanced as well as reflecting the stock on Syspro, and to pack the stock on the warehouses according to FIFO/FEFO.
Ensure that ordered stock is issued according to the picking slip and all stock issued are in the correct quantities, correct expiring date and appropriate quality.
Liaise with receiving and Pharmacist’s Assistant and Pharmacist to ensure that the correct stock has been received, and delivered into the correct warehouse, as well as appropriately stored on the correct shelves
Supervise the Assistant Warehouse Manager and Workhands and assign task to them in their day-today handling of stock.
Support the Pharmacist’ Assistant and Pharmacists in ensuring that the correct volume of stock within the warehouse and ensure that the handling of Pharmaceuticals and Clinical Supplies are handled according to SOP.
Ensure that stock out, damaged, expiring stock and fast items moving inventories are reported to the Pharmacist as well as all discrepancies within picking slip documented.
Maintain an excellent working environment based on teamwork, integrity, handwork and high level of commitment.
Assist in the implementation of Warehouses’ SOP and ensure that they are adhered to during all performing of all inventory management and warehousing activities.
Ensuring the proper handling of stock and preventing the loss of stock due to theft, damage, and expiry.
Experience and Qualifications:
A minimum university Diploma or Degree in Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport warehouse, Business Administration or related field NQF Level 6 and Grade 12 with 23 points.
A minimum of one year working experience with substantive experience in Pharmaceutical and Clinical Supply e.g., procurement, inventory control, warehousing, and logistics will be an added advantage.
Preference will be given to Namibian citizens and designated persons as prescribed by the Namibian Affirmative Action Act. Interested candidates should forward their resumes and relevant, recently certified documents to:
Closing Date: 04 August 2023
– All foreign qualifications must be submitted together with the evaluation of qualifications by the Namibia Qualification Authority (NQA).
– Management reserves the right to use additional/relevant information as criteria for shortlisting.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted; should you not receive feedback after two weeks of the closing date, please take note that your application was unsuccessful.