Aug 13, 2018
Job Description Provide, prepare, complete, sort, input, notify, document, verify, process, issue, report, account for, and assist customers with shipping and receiving operations in accordance with AR 710-2, AR 725-50, AR 735-11- 2, AR 190-11. AR 190-51 DA Pam 710-2-1, DA Pam 710-2-2, TB 380-41, AR 37-series, STAMIS, and other Applicable regulatory guidance and established guidelines by the AO and COR. Operate and manage a Central Receiving Point (CRP) to support installation and unit elements.
Specific Responsibilities of the Job
Receive, off-load, safeguard, temporarily store and preserve materiel handled by the Receiving Section. Refer commercial carriers that are transporting bulk petroleum to the Mobility Fuels Bulk Storage Facility. Refer commercial carriers that are transporting Ammunitions and Explosives (A&E) to the Ammunition Supply Point (ASP). Refer commercial carriers that are transporting Class VIII (Medical) controlled substances to the Weed Army Community Hospital (WACH) Logistics Division. Refer commercial carriers that are transporting Class I subsistence items to the Troop Issue Support Activity (TISA).
Establish and maintain a log identifying commercial and military carriers that make deliveries at the ISSA.
Establish and maintain the tracking of shipment documents and daily customers
Establish, process and store receipts, manually and using the current automated system the same day of receipt
Offload vehicles, equipment, and other materiel from carriers. Off load all carriers arriving at the ISSA within two hours of arrival or within the time limits prescribed by the Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) Freight Traffic Rules Publication No. 1A (MFTRP No. 1A).
Process receipts of Hazardous Material (HAZMAT). Notify the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) Environmental Division and the AO the same day when damaged HAZMAT is received, for instructions regarding handling, storage and disposal. Contact the DPW Environmental Division and the AO, upon receipt of HAZMAT that has obvious or suspected damage and wait for instructions regarding handling, storage and disposal. Comply with NTC Regulation 200-1 (NTC Environmental Program) and special instructions from DOD 4140.27-M
Visually inspect shipment to: Verify the accuracy of the shipment against accompanying documentation to include verification of quantity, nomenclature, NSN, condition code (CC), unit of issue (UI) and other pertinent data. Any discrepancies observed from off post turn-ins shall be immediately identified to the AO.
Unpack incoming materiel and palletize any loose materiel
Identify any damages to the shipment.
Segregate and process materiel from Non-ISSA activity customers that are received as mixed shipments.
Accept, and sign for shipments for which no discrepancies are noted.
Verify parts picked up by customer units using the current STAMIS, or manual process when the system is not operational. Confirm issues are required. Customer’s receipt signature on the MROs and/or Customer Issue List obtained prior to customer departure.
Provide the Accountable Officer a list of all customers (unit name and DODAAC) not picking up parts within a three (3) day workday
Annotate any transportation discrepancies (including damage) on the carrier’s delivery receipt and obtain the driver’s signature.
Process and store receipts into the STAMIS the same day of receipt. When system is inoperative input manually recorded data same day of the equipment or system becoming operational
Correct and re-enter receipt data rejected by the STAMIS / GCSS Army daily cycle within one (1) workday the data is rejected.
Process the transit document (TK4 – i.e. Document Identifier Code) data through keyboard for Direct Support System (DSS) shipments. IAW DA Pam 700-30 and FM 38-725.
Move materiel to designated customer holding area the within one (1) workday of receipt of materiel
Receive, document, verify, identify, cross-reference, classify, sort, store and disposition retrograde and found-on-installation (FOI) materiel.
Verify a current signature card is on file [Notice of Delegation of Authority Receipt for Supplies (DA Form 1687)] IAW AR 710-2. With a copy of the Unit Commander's Assumption of Command Order.
Verify and compare the accuracy of documentation and material prior to being issued.
Telephonically, notify customer units and activities, within one (1) day upon receipt of high priority (IPD 01-03) orders
Receive delivery and pick up of items to/from Direct Supply Support Activity (DSSA), the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB)/DRMO, Barstow, and Various National Guard Units.
Establish, assign, mark, and maintain a holding area within the ISSA for incoming materiel that is received without documentation, materiel for which the contractor cannot identify the ultimate consignee, damaged materiel, and materiel designated for non-ISSA activities.
Notify the Chief, Transportation Division of discrepancies (including damage) and await the arrival of a representative from the Transportation Division for a determination and resolution.
Initiate, prepare and process supporting documentation regarding discrepancies.
Notify the AO of misdirected shipments, quantity shortages, and excesses. Prepare and submit SF 364’s [Report of Discrepancy (ROD)], or automated ROD from Automated Manifest System (AMS), under appropriate STAMIS and/or current program accordingly
Initiate and prepare Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR), process transportation documentation through the DLA (WEB-DLR) and/or current reporting program in accordance with AR 55-38, AR 710-2, DA PAM 710-2-2 and any specific instructions from Chief, Transportation Division and the AO.
Prepare documentation for items received without a receipt and input into STAMIS / GCSS Army.
Accept and sign for discrepancy shipments, process through the STAMIS / GCSS Army System utilizing the personal data collection device (PDCD) or manually in time of contingency and process discrepancies.
Perform Local Purchase functions to receive and issue. Notify Supervisor and secure items as required.
Perform all other duties assigned as pertains to the ISSA operations
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED: Computer and office machines. Use of forklift and power jack. Protective Personal Equipment (PPE) devices are required. WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Warehouse environment, but may be outdoors from time-to-time. PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES: Work requires standing, climbing, bending, stooping, squatting, sitting, walking and occasionally working in cramped and awkward positions. Occasionally assists lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 50 pounds. Education or Equivalent: High school graduate or GED The ability to obtain and maintain a Common Access Card. License: Able to obtain and maintain warehouse military handling equipment certification. Maintain a valid North Carolina Driver’s License Experience: Minimum of one to two years experience. Knowledge/Skills Requirement: Excellent oral and written communication skills. Great organizational skills and detailed oriented. Complete documents and reports. Working knowledge of Microsoft office system to include Word, Excel and Outlook. Computer and office machine skills. Basic math, problem solving skills. Be able to operate warehouse operating software system such as: GCSS Army STAMIS System, SARSS, and/or CMOS. Other Requirements: Follow all local SOPs, policies, and Army Regulations. Ability to speak, write and read the English language.
Supervisory Personnel: None
Work Schedule - Monday – Friday – 7:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. or as needed
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