WHO Fleet Services (WFS) was created to standardize fleet management procedures and systems in accordance with international best practice. It seeks to improve WHO’s transportation capabilities by ensuring that WHO’s offices have efficient, cleaner, safer and cost-effective vehicles to support the delivery of its health programmes.
WFS started a project in 2018 and since then, has done a good job of promoting the importance of fleet management at WHO. Once a small unit within the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, WFS has gained recognition and in 2020, it has become a corporate function housed under WHO’s Corporate Business Division.
Would you like to be part of this team and continue proving the value of professional fleet management?
WFS is currently recruiting for 2 positions:
Fleet Manager – P3
In close collaboration with Regional Offices, the incumbent will provide functional support to WHO Country Offices on fleet management, ensuring implementation of the WHO Fleet Services strategy and WHO's policy on road safety and vehicle management.
Candidates must have an university degree, 5 years fleet management experience (in the public, private, or charity sector and 3 years' experience in managing and analyzing large sets of data and present tactical and strategic recommendations.
Programme Assistant – G5
WHO has mandated the use of vehicle tracking devices and fleet management systems. The Programme Assistant will play a critical role in helping WHO Country Offices use the system (setting up accounts, troubleshooting, help desk assistance etc), update WFS’s workspace and other such administrative activities.
Both positions will be based in Budapest, Hungary.
Are you interested in either of these positions? Don’t wait too long! Polish your CV, write a winning motivation letter before the closing date on August 14.