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Medical Teams International is looking for a Fleet Coordinator & Logistics Assistant

Medical Teams International is a faith-based not for profit health relief and development organization with a Calling: “Daring to love like Jesus, we boldly break barriers to health and restore wholeness in a hurting world”.

MTI-UG has operations in West Nile, Mid-Western and Southwestern Uganda. They provide Comprehensive Primary Health Care, Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, and Nutrition to people of concern and the local communities.

MTI-Uganda is seeking to recruit highly competent, dynamic, trainable, and experienced candidates to fill the positions below.

Fleet Coordinator Kampala, Uganda:

This Coordinator will oversee the Medical Teams Uganda (MTI-U) countrywide fleet of vehicles, motorbikes, generators, and other motorised equipment. The Uganda program is the largest program for MTI, and for that reason the Fleet Coordinator will work closely with our headquarters Fleet Specialist, to set policy, decide on trainings and to ensure efficient utilization of the fleet and timely maintenance and accountability in line with government and donor regulations.

The fleet is essential part of MTIs work, as the many ambulances carry out 24/7 trips in the different settlements, where MTI runs over 60 Health Facilities, as well as referral trips to hospitals. The main objective is to have a smoothly run fleet operations that follows all security requirements and best practice to protect people and property involved as well as the reputation of Medical Teams International.

Logistics Assistant Moyo, Uganda:

Responsible for coordinating vehicle movement plans to ensure the efficient movement of MTI assets, patients and personnel as required by various MTI departments. Provides planning, support and advice to those making procurement requests and ensures that all assets are timely and accurately tracked. Act as focal person for coordination of all construction works within area of operation.

MTI-U_ Vacancy Announcement _0022 2022
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