Description/Job Summary The Logistics Supply Clerk will provide operations support pertaining to medical supply items. The duties will include forward logistics, receiving, stocking, selecting and storing medical supply items, supply turn-in, and medical group vehicle care taking.
Responsibilities/Duties 1. The contractor shall process customer orders, stock, and re-supply medical logistics items. This will include removing all outdated or expired items from the shelves. The contractor shall perform the following tasks: receive incoming stock orders, stocking, ordering, storing and re-supplying all items for medical group pharmacies, wards and clinics.
2. The contractor shall provide forward logistics support to warehouse personnel as needed. This includes assisting with the delivery of supplies, equipment, or furniture to customer accounts within the medical treatment facility, to include outlying buildings attached to the organization – warehouse receiving and turn-in operations, scanning the customer’s shelves daily and delivery of the supplies.
3. The contractor will be required to ensure proper handling and storage of medical gases IAW applicable AFI’s and local safety guidelines.
4. The contractor shall have driving privileges and be able to operate a forklift, and drive up to a 1.5 ton stake bed truck for the delivery of medical equipment, supplies, and furniture.
5. The contractor shall be responsible for the coordination scheduling and transportation requests for the turn-in of unserviceable medical equipment, supplies, and furniture. This includes handling the proper turn-in, documentation and scheduling equipment/supplies to the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO) and base transportation.
6. The contractor shall be responsible for the care of medical group vehicle assets on a daily basis. This will include proper maintenance scheduling, fuel requirements, daily/monthly vehicle inspections, and general inside/outside vehicle cleanliness to include washing and vacuum.
Required Skills Abilities: Ability to use automated processing equipment and systems such as optical readers and scanners. Ability to read, interpret and apply reference material such as regulations, manuals, catalogs, records, orders, etc. to accomplish and resolve problems. Ability to read and speak English language. Will operate standard office equipment.
Knowledge: Knowledge of supply functions, operations, program requirements and work methods. Knowledge of warehousing methods, procedures, material handling techniques and of activities such as receiving, issuing and preservation. Knowledge of governing supply regulations, procedures and instructions.
Working Condition: Work is a combination of sedentary duties as well as light to moderate physical effort. Requirements include walking, standing, bending and moving items. May require lifting and carrying weight over 45 pounds. Works periodically on hard surfaces.
Required Experience A minimum of 6 months experience is required in the supply or warehouse setting.
Required Education Must have a High School Diploma and the ability to learn new tasks.