Supply Clerk (Overseas)

1. Count, sort incoming material to verify receipt of items on requisition or invoices.
2. Examine stock to verify quantity or conformance to specifications. Store material in bins, on the floor, on shelves, or in containers according to identifying information
3. Fill orders or issue supplies from stock. Prepare periodic, special, or perpetual inventory of stock.
4. Compile reports on use of stock handling equipment, adjustments of inventory counts and stock records, damage, or shelf life to stock, location changes, and denial of shipments.
5. Prepares daily CDRL’s for Inventory, Receipts, Issues, and others as required by the Performance Work Statement.
6. Mark identifying codes, figures, or letters on articles, using labeling equipment
7. Make adjustments to articles carried in stock. May determine methods of storage, identification, and stock location, considering temperature, humidity, height and weight limits, turnover, floor loading capacities, and required space.
8. Move or transports material or supplies to other departments, using Pallet Jack, Forklift or industrial truck.
9. Responsible for Physical Security of Sensitive and Pilferable Items and ensure they are stored in accordance with all Army Regulations and local policy.
10. Maintain inventory and other stock records, using computer terminal. Designated according to material, equipment, or product stored, i.e. Retail or wholesale items.
11. Receive, store, and sort unserviceable equipment and supplies for disposal.

Personal computer, printers, network equipment and other general office equipment. Material Handling Equipment (MHE) to include manual and self powered lifts.

Work is generally conducted in a warehouse environment. However, duties also involve going into an out-of-doors area with a potential exposure to extreme climatic conditions. Work will on occasion involve stooping; prolonged standing, and prolonged sitting. Working in a military environment brings the potential for exposure to physical, chemical or biological agents. Employee use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required in certain areas, but not on a daily basis. Such PPE includes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, vision and hearing protective devices. Must comply with OSHA, EPA, Fire Regulations and published Company work rules

Individual should be able to lift up to 40 lbs unassisted

Education/Certifications: One year related experience may be substituted for one year of education, if degree is required.
High School Graduate or equivalent.

2 years’ experience in Logistics and warehousing. Related Military experience in Supply arena

1. Capable of effectively communicating technical information in English, both written and verbal
2. Material Handling Equipment (Fork Lift Operation, Pallet Jack, Hand Truck)
3. Microsoft Office