Established in 1950, World Vision International operates in nearly 100 countries worldwide. It is a relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty. We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.
The scope of the organization is world-wide. Its ministries are varied depending on the needs and contexts of the respective countries in which it operates. For more information on the history of World Vision, please visit the website on www.wvi.org
Three Positions in the following areas:
  1. Idlib, Northern Syria
  2. Azaz, Northern Syria
  3. Jarablus, Northern Syria
To maintain required warehouse documents, conduct reconciliation between documents and physical inventory, and ensure filing system as per World Vision Commodity standards. In-addition: to maintain a high level of integrity according to World Vision policies.


· Be present during loading/offloading goods into/from the trucks and promptly inform the Warehouse Officer if shortages, damages or excesses are found. Check the trucks on arrival at the warehouse and count the commodities, first on the truck and then during offloading into the warehouse. If there are shortages, damages or excess, promptly make notations and advise the Warehouse Officer to reflect such differences in all copies of the delivery note / waybill.
· Conduct truck inspection and prepare the respective report.
· Damaged / unfit commodities must be kept separately.
· Carrying out physical counts after each transaction and balance the records and physical stocks in the warehouse.
· Maintenance the warehouse ledger.
· Assign stack cards to all different stacks of commodities existing in the warehouse and update them immediately after each transaction.
· Maintain daily attendant book for the casual workers (laborers) and advise the Warehouse Officer in case of any change of names.
· Ensure that the driver receiving the commodities signs all copies of the waybill.
· If infestation is noticed, inform the Warehouse Officer immediately so that fumigation can be arranged.
· Be familiar with the job responsibilities of the Warehouse Officer.
· Carry out any other duties that may be assigned from time to time by the Warehouse Officer.
· Work in harmony with the Warehouse Officer.
· At times it may be necessary to work beyond normal office hours / Fridays or holidays.
The following knowledge, skills, and abilities may be acquired through a combination of formal schooling, self-education, prior experience, or on-the-job training:
· Minimum 1 year experience in monitoring.
· NGO experience preferred
· Degree or certificate in development, statistics, social sciences, monitoring and evaluation, information technology or related field.
· Demonstrated experience in data collecting data, analyzing data and report writing
· Good interpersonal and teamwork skills, as well as a positive attitude, eagerness to find creative solutions, patience and flexibility.
· For Idlib position, willingness to travel regularly to field sites in Southern Idleb - Ma'arrat An Nu'man, Kafr Nobol, Heish, Maaret Tamsrin, Idleb etc
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
· Computer skills, in particular email, Microsoft Word and Excel.
· Fluency in Arabic required and ability to speak English is a plus

If you are interested to apply, please send a cover letter and your detailed CV in English addressing relevant qualifications and experience to turkey_recruitment@wvi.org e-mail. (Please ensure that CV includes names and contact details of at least 2 referees).
In the subject line of your e-mail message, please, mention the title of the position you are applying for. Only short listed candidates will be notified for the interview.
The deadline for submitting the applications is 25 January 2017. Applications submitted before the deadline will be reviewed and considered upon receipt.