Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is recruiting: Administrative and Logistics Consultant

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is currently looking for an Administrative and Logistics Consultant to be based in Pretoria, Gauteng

Closing date: Ongoing

Location: Pretoria, Gauteng

Description of services to be provided  

  • Support regional and national consultants to develop a list of stakeholders to attend the sensitization and validation workshops
  • Draft and send out workshop invitations
  • Stakeholder engagement and coordination to ensure optimum attendance at a workshop

  • Lead workshop management to provide administrative and financial support activity budget and submit for approval
  • Share any relevant local government DSA/per diem policies and share guidance on its application
  • Support the booking of transportation/coordination of sub-national travelers (if applicable)
  • Suggest workshop venues

  • Support the application of MSH activity templates to confirm participant attendance and secure appropriate signatories for all payments including per diems and transportation costs
  • Gather and submit all receipts related to the implementation of the workshops
  • Take notes throughout the workshops.

B: Supervision and reporting responsibility 

The consultant will be supervised by, and report to the Portfolio Director (MSH). The consultant will liaise with NTP partners and other stakeholders.  

C: Communication 

The consultant will be required to support the development and completion of activity templates and budgets. In addition, the consultant will be required to attend virtual progress meetings according to the agreed timetable and agenda.  


  • Experience working on international development projects, preferably with USAID or similar development partners.  
  • Excellent communication skills, demonstrated through engaging with government health and finance stakeholders, facilitating workshops, and presenting findings effectively.  

  • Experience in budget management including the ability to capture and interpret local financial policies, developing activity budgets, and monitoring project expenses to remain within budget.  
  • Experience in project management support including administrative and financial aspects. 
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse team, including regional and local consultants.  

  • Flexibility and adaptability to travel within the country for in-country engagements.  
  • Proficiency in compiling comprehensive
  • country reports, incorporating feedback, and finalizing reports for submission

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