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Supply Technician - Killeen, TX

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Supply Technician

Fort Hood Texas- Killeen

1ST SHIFT

Receive, store and issue bench stock, repair parts, tools and STTE, establish and make entries to and maintain stock control and accounting records for the Abrams Tank Family of Vehicles. 

Establish and maintain records for both manual and automated maintenance management systems.

Perform HAZMAT shelf life surveillance management as requires
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Generate Reorder/Reorder Point (RO/ROP) Bench stock items, reports for inventory management.

Conduct location accountability surveys and inventories, post to records, tools and STTE. 

Provide administrative support for Tool Room personnel.

Potential for exposure to temperature extremes in performance of duties.

Transport repair parts and/or supplies to other workers or areas using material handling equipment (MHE) or commercial vehicles, as required.

Three or more years of experience working in logistics and familiar with Military Logistics' terminology and processes, handling hand receipts, tool names and numbers, and National Stock Numbers (NSN's) and have knowledge to prepare necessary forms to fulfill Supply Support activity requirements for the Retrofit Team.

Must have a High School Diploma or GED.

Able to travel with the Retrofit Team to other military or field sites within the U.S.
 
Excellent communication skills along with professional demeanor that extends to all levels of the organization to include our customers and management.

Must be knowledgeable and experienced with Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word and Power Point) and be able to become proficient in Lotus Notes.

Must possess valid vehicle operator license and be able to obtain DA Form 348 to operate forklift, related MHE and US Government and commercial vehicles; as required.

Ability and knowledge in all aspects of the use and care of hand tools, STTE for MFT DE processing.

Must demonstrate ability to complete programs and projects. 

Able to coordinate and collaborate with other material handlers and supervision to ensure processes are aligned.

Requires minimal supervision and capable of working independently with minimal errors. 
Must be willing to train on SAMS-E, SARS, LMP and PBUSE, if required.

Able to lift and carry 50 lbs., work in extreme temperature and environmental conditions in assigned asphalted motor pool open area or buildings as well as other assigned fielding areas, following prescribed OSHA rules. Must be able to work at heights and climb ladders to access, move and deliver parts.

 


 

Job ID:
351637

Dept ID:
10547

Location:
Killeen, TX
United States of America

Industry:
Engineering / Engineering

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
57

Posted Date:1/7/2019

Domain:arna

Contact: john.freburger@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Supply Technician

Location: Killeen, TX

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 351637

Posted Date: 1/7/2019

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