Logistics Support Specialist - Military veterans preferred

HCI | Integrated Solutions (www.hc-inc.net)


  full-time   contract

Aberdeen Proving Ground
United States

Logistics Support Specialist working in a Spare Parts Warehouse responsible for receiving, storing and issuing parts to supported customers. Ensures property accountability and inventory of assets using manual processes and automated software. Performs manual labor and operates vehicles from time to time in support of warehouse operations. Reads, interprets and complies with customer?s regulatory guidance.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Warehousing & Supply Support: Specific job duties include, but are not limited to:

1. Provide customer assistance in a timely and courteous manner.
2. Provide support to units in accordance with Army Supply Regulations, DA Pamphlets, local Command Policies and Procedures, technical manuals, and standing operating procedures.
3. Apply basic supply management principles and knowledge of regulatory requirements and performing supply management functions pertaining to property request, receipt, storage, issue, inventory, and property accountability.
4. Assist the Government with the receiving, issuing and storage of materiel; identify, request and receive material, parts and supplies; examine and inventory items of supply receive to verify part number/stock number and quantity according to the shipment documentation. Ensure condition code, e.g. completeness and serviceability of parts and materiel prior to distribution.
5. Prepare material for dispatching using correct material handling methods and devices to ensure receipt at final destination without damage or discrepancies.
6. Perform physical inventories, preparation of reports, maintenance of records and the operation of various types of vehicles, material handling and cleaning equipment.
7. Maintain files in accordance with applicable Army Regulations.
8. Use Force Management System Web (FMSWeb), LOGSA Web based Logistics Integrated Database (WEBLIDB) and Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP), Material Master Record, and GCSS-A to download approved current and future authorization documents, document number status, and ARC Codes for equipment.
9. Reconcile authorization documents with property records and identify, initiate, and track all types of administrative changes required to adjust Primary Hand Receipts and/or the Property Book for PBO approval (Equipment changes in GCSS-A, using DD250 receipts, DA 3161 lateral transfers, DA 2765-1 found on installations and DD 1348-1, issue and turn-in documents).
10. Assist in identifying excess property for redistribution through internal cross-leveling requirements and/or provide turn-in disposition.
11. Maintain frequent contact with units to resolve issues concerning property book management.
12. Post property accountability transactions using fax copies of adjustment documents except for Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL). FLIPLs shall be inputted directly into the system (these documents cannot be faxed or scanned).
13. Post in GCSS-A all standard and non-standard Line Item Number (LIN) equipment reflecting serial numbers and annotate them on the property book accounts for each hand receipt holder.
14. Ensure all issue and turn-in documents are complete, legible and accurate.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
1. Knowledge of warehousing operations
2. Knowledge using Army STAMIS systems such as GCSS-A, Force Management System Web (FMSWeb), LOGSA Web based Logistics Integrated Database (WEBLIDB) and Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP).
3. Knowledge using regulatory and technical manuals both paper and electronic
4. Knowledge of Army supply procedures and regulatory guidance
5. Ability of operate common warehousing tools and equipment such as pallet jacks, forklifts, motor vehicles, packing/crating/shipping tools & machines

Minimum Job Requirements:
1. Licensed to drive/operate Government owned commercial vehicles (up to a Class C non-CDL) and material handling equipment (including but not limited to box trucks or forklifts). Forklift certification must be maintained annually.
2. Capable of lifting weights of up to 40 pounds and carrying the weight for a distance of up to 30 feet unassisted. Heavy exertion, kneeling, crouching, stooping and walking may be frequent and is required for the performance of these tasks.
3. Must be knowledgeable of basic supply management principles and Army regulatory requirements.
4. Must have applicable training or proven experience with the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-A) Logistics Information System.
5. Must have a Secret clearance
6. High School Diploma required, some college preferred