Creative Associates International is a dynamic and fast-growing professional services firm that specializes in international development in the areas of education, democratic transitions and stabilization in post-conflict environments. Based in Washington, DC, the firm has a field presence in 20 countries worldwide with a strong and diverse portfolio that includes global contracts with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and other clients including the U.S. Department of State. The firm has earned a solid reputation among its clients and missions worldwide and is well-regarded by competitors and partners alike.Regional Operations and Logistics Coordinator (ROLC)Job TypeFull Time QualificationBA/BSc/HND MBA/MSc/MA Experience5 yearsLocation BornoJob FieldLogistics NGO/Non-Profit The Regional Operations and Logistics Coordinator (ROLC) will manage a Creative field station in north east Nigeria. S/he will be responsible for oversight of all Logistical, Security, Administrative and Financial management of the station (in close coordination with USG/RSO), and will provide oversight of operational aspects of program implementation in the state. The ROLC will advise the Chief of Party and Operations Manager on the evolution of the local situation and on how to continuously adapt the program's operational components to ensure that it remains effective, efficient and compliant. The ROLC will manage two service contractors (one for station management, one for security provision - total team approximately 24), coordinate with USG and GoN entities at a local and state levels, with the program's state team, and with the program's main office in Abuja.Reporting & SupervisionThe ROLC will report directly to the Operations Manager, and oversee a team of approximately 24 local staff, including a security team.Primary ResponsibilitiesManage field station in regards to logistical, security, administrative and financial functions.In coordination with the COP and the Verification Manager supervise enforcement of proper financial, procurement, and operational protocols on activities and in the field office.Coordinate with the state team and the Program Development Manager (PDM) in Abuja to support program implementation in the state, specifically in regards to procurement, activity delivery and completion.Advise the COP, PDM and Operations Manager on the evolution of the local political, security, and economic situation and on how to continuously adapt the program to ensure that it remains relevant and effective.Support as needed the programmatic and implementation monitoring of grant activities.Ensure that the field offices maintain compliance with USAID regulations in regards to auditing requirements, implementation, procurement, financial management and overall office management.