Chemonics International seeks a Managing Director for the Supply Chain Division. This is a senior management position responsible for successful management of the division’s Innovation and Growth portfolio that includes: the supply chain technical practice area, Supply Chain Solutions (SCS) new business development, and SCS strategic account management, which supports the development of non-USAID clients. The position is responsible for identifying and leading innovative approaches to leverage the Global Health Supply Chain-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) platform to address complementary procurement, warehousing, distribution, and logistics opportunities with other donors, as well as develop strategic partnerships with both health and non-health supply chain actors and donors. The Managing Director provides staff development and supervision, operates in leadership roles and provides technical assistance to projects, new business development, and/or technical assignments. S/he develops and manages the annual SCS new business strategy and budget for quality results and growth. Business development will focus on supply chain related USAID procurements, implementing a campaign to establish a global master services agreement with The Global Fund, and the continued development of new supply-chain related clients among the donor community as well as the broader private sector. The managing director supervises directors within this team and reports directly to the Senior Vice President. Responsibilities include:•Leads Chemonics Supply Chain Solutions Division’s Innovation and Growth portfolio that includes the supply chain technical practice, supply chain strategic account management of non-USAID clients, and new business development for all Chemonics supply-chain related business.•Provides vision, leadership and strategies to achieve Chemonics goals for the innovation and growth portfolio and develops and manages annual new business strategy and budget for quality results and growth.•Identifies and leads innovative approaches to leverage the GHSC-PSM platform to address complementary procurement, warehousing, distribution, and logistics needs for other donors, as well as develop strategic partnerships with non-health supply chain actors and donors. Collaborates with GHSC-PSM leadership team and experts on supply chain innovations and opportunities.•Disseminates client initiatives, strategies, and approaches for consideration and integration into proposals and projects.•Oversees the capture, packaging, and dissemination of successful approaches from Chemonics’ projects and industry programs and activities.•Leads development of technical abstracts, articles, primers, tools, and summaries of Chemonics’ approaches in a relevant technical sector.•Develops effective and collaborative working relationships with key clients, including USAID technical staff, strategic partners, and stakeholders, and continually promotes outstanding client service and technical leadership, including the introduction and sharing of new and innovative interventions.•Formulates strategies, new directions, and techniques to grow the company, and utilizes networks with clients, consultants, and counterparts to advance successful new business opportunities.•Collaborates with regional business units to pursue country-based programs. Provides input for proposal strategies and content. Shares knowledge of competition, potential partners, consultants, and external technical resources. As needed, undertakes leadership roles in proposal development, providing vision and contributing to program design.•Supports identification and recruitment of individuals with technical expertise who may be available for short- and long-term assignments.•Provides and facilitates provision of technical support to Chemonics’ projects by providing input on technical deliverables, undertaking technical assignments, reviewing scopes of work, and helping overseas staff apply good technical practices.•Promotes staff development through coaching, mentoring, and facilitating professional growth opportunities.•Reports to the Senior Vice President, may serve as acting SVP, as needed. Additional Duties and Responsibilities•Establish and implement a client development campaign to establish a global master services agreement between The Global Fund and Chemonics for the provision of both advisory services and operational commodity management, warehousing, and distribution services. This campaign will leverage a two-pronged approach of “bottom-up” expansion of current bi-lateral agreements with a “top-down” campaign to sensitize The Global Fund senior leadership to the features and benefits of global partnership with Chemonics.•Champion the development of the “Chem4PL” platform for managing commodity handling, warehousing, and distribution services to multiple clients, in close partnership with the PSM Nigeria Managing Director and Country Team.•Continued integration of the three areas of SCS Innovation and Growth with improved documentation of roles, systems, and coordination necessary for Chemonics to leverage the focus afforded from the SCS Division’s singular technical focus as a platform for client diversification•Development and documentation of the processes systems, and supporting materials required for Chemonics to evolve from a historically strong position winning procurement-based business to a strong capacity to develop, pipeline, and successfully execute solutions-based selling of advisory services. Application Instructions: Apply through our Career Center at https://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk05/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=CHEMONICS&cws=1 by June 22, 2017. No telephone inquiries, please. Finalists will be contacted. Chemonics is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, age, or other legally protected characteristics. Military veterans, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
Qualifications •Minimum 10 years of international development, new business development, and project and staff management experience.•Bachelors degree required; Masters degree preferred.•Proven successful track record for leading project management and proposal efforts.•Proven record to build successful partnerships for the development and implementation of innovative approaches in the technical areas of global heath supply chain, health, or a related field.•Knowledge of company’s main clients and their operations including funding trends and preferred procurement approaches.•Ability to conceptualize, outline, perform, and direct the research and writing of technical documents (reports, proposals, and professional articles).•Ability to lead effective meetings and demonstrated presentation skills.•Ability to solve complex technical, managerial or operational problems and evaluate options based on relevant information, resources, well-rounded experience, and knowledge.•Ability to operate at advanced levels of authority and control significant activities, budgets and resources to produce and take responsibility for results.•Demonstrated leadership, management, organizational, and decision-making skills.•Demonstrated ability to manage and supervise leadership staff or several project teams and new business efforts.•Ability to travel and work abroad approximately 3 months per year; willingness to consider long-term overseas assignments.•Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.•Fluency in a foreign language preferred, with emphasis given to French speakers.