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Commodity Support Officer
Medical Teams International
Tigard, Oregon, United States
Date Posted: 06/18/2008
Categories: Health Care
Job Type: Full-Time
Create new sources of commodities, increase cash fees and procure GIK based on essential lists. Emphasis on full box product for procurement of primarily pharmaceutical commodities needed for program interventions.
Create new sources of procuring specified items for volunteer teams and partners
Establish and actively cultivate relationships with new corporate donors and existing corporate donors and Partner NGOs.
Improve GIK procurement by focusing on MTI essential lists, WHO essential lists and Primary Healthcare medicines and products outside the northwest region.
Travel to meet ,establish and maintain ongoing donor relations.
Develop improved written means of communicating GIK needs in coordination with Resource Development and Technical Services.
Create reports for sending to GIK donors and for MTI internal reporting needs in consultation with GIK staff.
Bachelors and/or masters in business administration, economics or public health administration.
Sales or marketing experience in the pharmaceutical industry
Grant writing and/or contract development for bidding on pharmaceutical sales.
Experience in designing GIK medical product interventions and assessments preferred
currently eligible to work in the United States.
Ability to develop high performance relationships with people and organizations that yield outstanding results.
Ability to manage budget and negotiated contracts.
Leadership skills and creative cultivation strategies for major gifts of GIK and cash.
Build and maintain relationships with key donors, volunteers, partners and organizations
Demonstrated commitment to Medical Teams International organizational strategies and goals.
Demonstrated ability to travel internationally with a high degree of cultural sensitivity.
Available and willing to travel up to 15%.