Supervises receiving section and their daily functions. Monitor incoming, requested item, material and equipment. The receiving specialist reports directly to the SSA Supervisor. (All aforementioned responsibilities are not limited to the denoted and subject to change in regards to mission dictation.)
This position description is subject to change at any time as needed to meet the requirements of the program or company.
Major Job Activities:
- Oversee receiving and other warehouse processes and personnel to make sure work meets quality standards and is performed according to established Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) and Performance Work Statement (PWS).
- Oversee the receipt of purchased orders verifying quantities, complete transactions to receive product, process paperwork and all necessary transactions according to established procedures.
- Oversee the receipts process of documents in GCSS-Army (Global Combat Support Systems) database, check Inbound and Outbound deliveries and verify partial or incomplete cargo shipments.
- Ensure the inspection of freight/cargo upon arrival, document any signs of damage, and resolve freight/cargo claims in a timely manner in IAW AR.735-5 and AR 735-11-
- Establishes and maintains documents such as signed copies of MRO’s (Material Request Orders), storage bin ticket issued to storage, shipping, and issuing section.
- Maintain and administers document control procedures.
- This position may be required to live on one of the military bases for a short term as requested by the USG and in the event of an emergency.
- High School Diploma or Equivalent is required; Associates are preferred. One year of related experience may be substituted for one year of education if the degree is required.
- Required to have extensive computer knowledge in order to understand the Global Combat Support Systems database.
- Must have knowledge in classifying and specifying supplies.
- Must be able to perform daily task with accuracy speed and precision.
- Should have excellent oral and written communication skills; at least 8 years working experience in stock control and / or at least 5 years working in an U.S Military / Army warehouse environment.
- Experienced and knowledgeable in the policies and procedures of Army regulations AR 720-2, and Department of the Army Pamphlets 710-2-1 / 710-2-2 and all other applicable regulations pertaining to stock accountability.
- Candidates must be familiar with Global Combat Support Systems and obtain GCSS-Army certifications within 90 days boots on ground.
- Must be capable of working in an extreme weather conditions with temperatures exceeding 120 degrees Fahrenheit. 48 hours (6 days @ 8 hours a day) is the standard work week. This position requires flexibility in work hours.