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Fleet and Logistics Manager - Cambodia

Krong Siem Reap

  • Organization: The HALO Trust
  • Location: Krong Siem Reap
  • Grade: Mid level - Mid level
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Logistics
    • Transport and Distribution
    • Supply Chain
    • Managerial positions
  • Closing Date:


Fleet and Logistics Manager – Cambodia

Two-year fixed-term position

Location – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Salary – £41,055

About HALO:

The HALO Trust is the world’s largest and oldest international humanitarian mine action non-government organisation (NGO). For over thirty years, we have been saving lives and helping war-torn communities recover, by making their land safe. Our mission is to protect lives and restore the livelihoods of those affected by conflict.

HALO is known for its work to clear landmines, but we also lead on dealing with unexploded ordnance, from bullets to aircraft bombs, and we educate communities to keep them safe. We also build safe arms stores and systems for securing guns. HALO was established in Afghanistan in 1988 and now employs over 11,000 staff in 28 countries and territories.

We are extremely proud of the work we do and the people in our team. For us all, it is more than just a job. It is a shared purpose.

HALO has been working in Southeast Asia since 1992 when we established a mine clearance programme in Cambodia. Today we have 1,200 staff in Cambodia and 2,600 staff across the Southeast Asia region on our programmes in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Solomon Islands.


About the role:

As a senior leadership role, the primary responsibility of the Fleet and Logistics Manager is to lead, manage and motivate all Fleet and Logistics activities on the Cambodia programme. The successful individual will have a mandate to develop the programme Fleet and Logistics departments in line with programme strategies set by the Programme Manager.


Key Working Relationships:

Managing the Fleet and Logistics country team, the Fleet and Logistics Manager will report directly to the Cambodia Programme Manager. HALO’s Global Fleet Manager and HALO HQ Logistics team will provide professional support and be a sounding board for decision making as required.



The Fleet and Logistics Manager will provide a wide range of Fleet and Logistics assistance to the Cambodia programme, whilst actively engaging with the UK HQ Fleet and Logistics departments.

The Fleet and Logistics Manager will be responsible for all aspects of Fleet and Logistics on the programme, including:


  • Manage the Fleet departments to implement and continuously improve any new fleet management systems, including procurement and inventory control systems of fleet spares.
  • Manage the Fleet departments to ensure servicing schedules for the Fleet are adhered to in four in-country locations and supporting programmes in the development of maintenance facilities and recruitment of maintenance personnel.
  • Lead the development of best practices at all vehicle fleet facilities and remote work sites.
  • Develop systems to hire, train and promote suitable drivers for the specific fleet relevant to the programme and country’s needs.
  • Lead with vehicle accident and incident investigations and ensure lessons are identified and implemented within the region.
  • Develop and implement a strategic plan for performance improvement measures and continuous improvement in the fleet department.


  • Manage the Logistics departments to implement and continuously improve any new Logistics management systems, including procurement and inventory control systems.
  • Manage the correct registry, use and maintenance of all programme capital and non-capital equipment.
  • Improve the storage and accounting of spare parts as well as working with the HQ logistics team on the procurement of programme equipment.
  • Oversee the accurate and efficient management of stores and purchasing of supplies at a local level.
  • Identify gaps in the programme’s compliance processes, highlighting where we need to improve, at what cost and by when so that we have a Logistics system and operation that is “fit for purpose” and achieves full compliance.
  • Develop and implement a strategic plan for performance improvement measures and continuous improvement in the Logistics department.

Who we’re looking for:



  • Extensive experience in a fleet management role, preferably with global or regional scope in the humanitarian or development sector.
  • Engineering qualification in either automotive mechanical or electrical systems to HND standard.
  • Road transport international certificate of professional competence in road haulage or similar.
  • Logistics training to level 3 with experience in operating multi vehicle logistics depots and warehouses.
  • Ability to train other nationalities driving familiarisation on various types of vehicles.
  • Ability to train local nationals vehicle mechanics and systems.
  • Effective risk manager across all aspects of the fleet operation with experience of coordinating a detailed risk assessment programme to reduce cost and improve road safety.
  • Experience in leading and working effectively across cultures and language barriers.
  • Ability and motivation to work in a challenging environment and to live and work in close proximity to others.
  • Strong IT skills.
  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • Valid driving licence including Large Goods Vehicles.

 Desirable (not essential)

  • Previous work experience in South Asia
  • Experience in humanitarian mine action


Benefits of working at HALO:

  • Competitive salary up to £41,055 per annum depending upon experience
  • Local overseas allowance of $350 per month
  • Shared accommodation in a rented HALO apartment, provided at nil cost
  • 49 days annual leave increasing to 56 days after 2 years
  • Three economy return flights to the member’s home address (or an alternative location up to an equivalent cost)
  • Comprehensive insurance package: life assurance and emergency medical insurance, including evacuation and repatriation.

Please submit a CV and a cover letter (no more than 1 page) in English outlining how your experience matches the key skills and competencies required by 15th January 2024 If there is a sufficient calibre of applicants, we reserve the right to close the role earlier than the date noted.

The HALO Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation. The HALO Trust is committed to a culture that is both diverse and inclusive and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people form a diverse candidate pool.

The HALO Trust is committed to ensuring that it provides a safe and trusted environment which safeguards and promotes the welfare and wellbeing of anyone who comes into contact with, or is part of, the Charity, with a zero-tolerance approach to behaviours which challenge this.

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