Global Health Supply Chain Indefinite Deliverables/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Director
Macfadden, Now Part of PAE
About the organization
Macfadden is now part of PAE. Founded over 30 years ago, Macfadden has provided federal agencies with critical on-the-ground support to U.S. government humanitarian missions around the world as well as financial and IT system support. Through program management, human resources services, financial management systems support, information technology solutions, knowledge management, travel coordination and communications support, Macfadden enables effective U.S. government humanitarian response to international disasters. Macfadden’s workforce includes approximately 300 employees primarily located in the Washington, D.C. area.
PAE/Macfadden is currently recruiting for several positions for an anticipated USAID global health supply chain proposal. The anticipated project will work to improve the capacity of global health supply chains and enhance the ability of in-country supply chains to support end-user delivery. The overarching project goal is to support countries to build resilient and sustainable supply chains that deliver high quality, life-saving pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to support the highest possible level of health and quality of life for all its citizens. If this project is awarded, work is likely to begin in 2020.
PAE/Macfadden seeks a Global Health Supply Chain IDIQ Director. The IDIQ Director will be primarily responsible for the administration and management of the IDIQ and will serve as USAID’s primary point of contact.
A graduate degree in supply chain management, logistics, international development, public health, project management, or related field is required;
Project management and/or supply chain management certification (e.g., Project Management Institute or American Production and Inventory Control Society certified) strongly preferred
At least 15 years of international development experience in and working with international donors (including USAID) is required;
Working knowledge of and/or experience with USG-funded program management, policies, regulations and procedures is required;
At least ten years of senior management experience for development projects working at a global scale;
Experience representing programs to and engaging with senior government officials (U.S. and foreign), international donors and other key stakeholders;
Ten years of experience managing global order fulfillment, logistics, and/or supply chain operations, preferably in the health commodity sector;
Private sector experience in supply chain management, procurement, warehousing or logistics highly desirable;
Proven record of leadership and demonstrated ability in successful teambuilding including: recruiting, directing, training and managing diverse teams of technical and operational personnel;
Experience with large-scale organizational change efforts and continuous improvement efforts,
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