Apply: CARE International Warehouse Assistant

Deadline: 29 January, 2021

Location: Borno, Nigeria

Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) International is seeking to fill the role of Warehouse Assistant.

CARE, an international NGO with local staff and community partners in 100 countries, creates local solutions to poverty and inequality.


  • Ensure warehouse is clean, secure (with security features) and well-organised
  • Store supplies on the basis of first expiry first out (FEFO) and first in first out (FIFO)
  • Ensure materials are stored and arranged in an orderly manner in terms of grant, item category and similarity, ease of accessibility, and frequency of item’s movement with the objective of optimum utilisation of storage space
  • If necessary, lead coordination with admin to ensure pest control in the warehouse
  • Ensure warehouse is locked and has resources in place to prevent theft, flooding and/or fire
  • Ensure storage space is utilised to the best way possible that guarantees ventilation and work space movement
  • Ensure procedures are strictly followed and all necessary forms are used, filled and filed correctly during receipt, storage and dispatch of the supplies
  • Update bin card and stock cards when goods are received or dispatched
  • Ensure GRN and SRF are recorded correctly and filed when goods are released
  • Manage responsibility for the unloading of inbound and outbound freight
  • Manage responsibility for the supervision of loading of shipments – food commodities and other supplies
  • Organise and manage casual workers and labourers, ensuring they comply with CARE warehouse and storage management policy
  • Conduct stock checks and stock reconciliations on a regular basis
  • Process and complete shipment documentation


  • University degree or HND in Logistics or Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Supply, Material Engineering, Economics or Business Administration
  • Two years, minimum, of experience in warehousing and supply chain management
  • Knowledge of supply chain, logistics and warehousing management
  • NGO experience in humanitarian context preferred

To apply and for more information, click here.

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