Under the guidance of the CPC Lead and/or Manager, the Supply Specialist Lead work within the framework of established supply regulations, policies, and procedures, or other governing supply management guidelines.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
Ensures that all Supply and or Property Section processes and procedures are IAW the performance work statement (PWS), internal operating procedures (IOP), work instructions (WI), Army regulations, DA Pamphlets, Federal Acquisitions Regulations (FAR) and local requirements for the handling, receipt and turn in of supplies and UBL parts and repair parts
Identifies and coordinates the turn-in of property for the Directorate
Ensures the proper receipt, documentation, processing and delivery of all property
Inspects and reviews all incoming property for proper documentation, classification and compliance with Vectrus policy
Generates administrative reports for the Lead, Section Supervisor or Manager pertaining to lateral transfers, equipment found on
Ensures proper paper work (DA Form 2407; letters notifications for removal of coolants) is available for all turn in items prior to taking to DRMO for turn-in
Ensures items identified for turn in are secured in designated property cage until all transactions are complete
Ensures all IMD Directorate 10% monthly cyclic inventory reports are completed and submitted by the suspense date assigned
Ensure all supplies are stored and tagged properly IAW pertinent Army Regulations
Ensure all GFE equipment is sub-hand receipted down to the end user and signed for prior to issuing
Ensure monthly reports, weekly SITREP numbers are submitted to Lead/Supervisor/Manager
Perform other duties and assignments as required
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Personal computer, laptops, scanners, printers, faxes, other network equipment and other general office equipment.
Work is generally conducted in a work center administrative environment. However, duties may occasionally involve working outside with a potential exposure to extreme temperatures. Employee use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in certain areas is required. Such PPE includes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, respiratory, vision and hearing protective devices. Normal work week is 48 hours, but may be required to work overtime.
May be required to lift, climb, extended sitting or standing, or other physical efforts that are normally required. In addition, visual acuity, hearing and speaking requirements are required. Ability to lift 40 pounds required.