Supply Technician - NSWC Corona

Location: Corona, CA
Date Posted: 09-29-2017
Supply Technician
Duties and Responsibilities:
Analyze and conduct technical research for supply requests. Research National Stock Numbers ( NSN) and part numbers through the use of Illustrated Parts Breakdowns (IPBs), technical manuals, publications, schematics and use of automated systems (FEDLOG) to ensure compatibility with current equipment to fill operational requirements.
Check for material availability through Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), General Services Administration (GSA), and Department of the Navy supply channels through use of Military Standard Request and Issue Program (MILSTRIP).
Submit material requisition orders through the Navy Supply System using MILSTRIP or non-standard requisitions.
Load and unload material deliveries by hand or by forklift, depending upon the weight and configuration of the delivery. Receive and inspect shipments of supplies for correct quantity and damage; process receipts in automated database (Excel) against outstanding supply requisitions.
Document all discrepant material shortages/damage or losses of material in accordance with NAVSUP P-485. Maintain receipt and issue files and correspondence; maintain other systems of record in accordance with the NAVSUP P-485. Maintain a 95% level of accountability on material receipts, issues and shipments in accordance with NAVSUP P-485.
Recommend to the Designated Government Representative (DGR), high limits and low limits for inventory based on historical data, and length of lead time required for receipt of incoming material.
Prepare labels, name tags, and signs from a variety of material (i.e. plastic, brass, etc.) upon request using a computer operated engraver.
Receive and answer routine telephone inquiries regarding related matters.
Must possess a minimum of 3 years of Navy Supply experience which includes procurement methods such as GSA .
Must have a SECRET security clearance .
Must possess basic military supply skills in material issue, storage, receipt, inventory and shipping.
Must have the ability to utilize Microsoft Excel and Microsoft ACCESS, Government-owned equipment technical manuals and Material Owners Maintenance manuals, specifications and other courses of action to perform research and analysis work related to Naval Supply System functions.
Must possess interpersonal communication skills both oral and written, and possess basic computer skills to include data processing and proper correspondence.
Must possess a current/valid OSHA Forklift Certification and retain functional knowledge of operating materials handling equipment up to 6,000 pound capacity.
Must possess a current/valid state driver’s license.

Education and Experience:
Requires a high school diploma or higher.
Requires 3-5 years of related experience.
Must have an Active SECRET or recently inactivated SECRET clearance 
Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
Heavy lifting (up to the 50 lbs.), as well as constant movement throughout the warehouse will be required to maintain inventory accuracy.


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