full-time part-time employee contract
Perform Property Management duties with indirect report to the CTTR Property Administrator. Duties will pertain to various property management functions such as Acquisition, Receiving, Identification, Records, Movement, Storage, Physical Inventory, Reporting, Consumption, Utilization, Maintenance, Subcontracts, Disposition and Close-Out. Duties may include but are not limited to:
Ensure accountability of Government property in accordance with applicable regulations (FAR 52.245-1), contract requirements and contract plans and procedures
Identify, research and record incoming equipment/assets in coordination with procurement and receiving functions
Create and distribute property listings and reports
Assist Property Administrator and other customers in implementation of property processes to meet requirements and maintain accurate equipment accounts
Collect and record information regarding equipment location, condition, and disposition
Process and track Movement and Transfer Documents, Cannibalization Requests, Loss, Theft, Damage, and Destruction (LTDD) reports and other property documentation
Implement Preventive Maintenance program requirements such as tracking equipment, running schedules, updating records, training contacts, auditing and reporting results
Coordinates the execution and administration of the Calibration program
Assist in identification of excess property and preparation for transfer or disposal
Conduct audits in various functional areas pertaining to property
Participate in custodian training sessions and maintenance of related records
Identify and diligently pursue resolution of issues and discrepancies
Assure all work is accomplished with quality and completeness
Assists site personnel in research and identification of equipment/assets and inventory/material when obtaining replacement/substitute parts if necessary
May be required to travel to remote locations at the particular assigned location to perform duties
Perform other duties as assigned.
Maintain proper control, documentation, storage, handling, and disposal of hazardous/toxic materials in accordance with all local, state, and federal rules and regulations. Training will be provided by the military installation or through local or state entities.
Maintain accurate records within the Integrated Enterprise Management System (MAXIMO and SharePoint) and provide a working knowledge of both systems, which will allow personnel to train site personnel.
Personnel will perform to the standards set forth within the Quality Management System, ensuring accuracy and diligent of all work performed.
When required, personnel will assist the Buyers in purchasing items at their assigned location; these purchases will be micro-threshold (under $3,000) procurements.
When required, personnel may have to operate a Forklift, Pallet Stacker or Pallet Jack.
Minimum Education Level:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Formal logistic training (military desired)
Minimum Experience Requirements:
Four years' experience in one or more of the following skill categories:
Shipping & Receiving
Ability to speak, read and write English
Proficient in Microsoft Office