This position supports a warehouse and O&M function for a government customer. The warehouse issues and ships, receives and stores government specialized equipment. Prior to shipment, staff prepares equipment for issue by removing it from storage, inspecting it for operability and current firmware/software as well as that data stored from previous uses has been removed, keeps the location current in the property records and prepares property transfer documents. After receipt into the warehouse, staff updates property location in property records, notifies the shipper that the equipment has been received, downloads data and clears that data from the equipment, inspects the equipment, repairs defects found or arranges for repair at another facility, returns functional equipment to inventory.
This position Acts as Responsible Officer in the absence of the Accountability and Logistics Officer and works in a team of five other staff to account for the equipment in the warehouse, including accounting for equipment that is shipped out, transferred to another facility for repair, returned, and approved for disposal. For equipment inside the building and shipped for use or repair, the property team maintains location of the equipment in the digital property book. Maintains property accountability status in an automated property database and manages stocks of non-accountable and expendable equipment. Orders restockage of expendable equipment through the Procurement Lead. Accountable equipment in the inventory is both classified and unclassified.
Ability to lead a team to accomplish the accountability mission with a near perfect degree of accuracy.
Ability to train supervised staff as well as other technical staff in the warehouse facility concerning the property accountability system, how the other staff supports accountability, and how the property accountability staff supports the overall warehouse mission.
Experience auditing property records and investigating/resolving missing property.
At least three years of experience are required, including specific experience to support the knowledge areas described above
Desired: Hazardous material handling experience including appropriate certification
A Bachelor’s level degree is required.
TS Clearance with current or recent access to SCI is required.