Medical Logistics SME - Ability to obtain and Maintain a Secret Clearance
- Job Category: Transportation, Logistics & Cargo Handlers
- Travel: No
- Clearance: Able to Obtain Secret
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: SUN00720
AFO is seeking a Logistics Analyst III and Position is contingent upon contract award.
The duties will include customer service as a SME in medical and non-medical material management for CBRN Response Enterprise medical assemblages, forward logistics, receiving, stocking, selecting and storing medical supply items, supply turn-in, and performing requisition functions for medical supplies and equipment, and receiving, safeguarding and accounting for supplies and equipment.
This position assists with inventory control and accounting of medical supplies and equipment.
Work with assigned Military Medical Logisticians and/or Bio Medical Equipment Repair Technicians in the CoMSupCen Medical Section that have similar duties.
Coordinates with warehouse and maintenance personnel when equipment items are received, inspected, shipped, stored, issued or turned-in for salvage to ensure proper receipts are processed.
The Medical SME may deploy to support a CERFP/HRF operation.
Knowledge of governing supply regulations, procedures and instructions.
Knowledge of supply functions, operations, program requirements and work methods. Knowledge of warehousing methods, procedures, material handling techniques and of activities such as material receiving, issuing and preservation.
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 the English language, correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and format to prepare and edit written correspondence, reports, and transcribed material.
Knowledge of Microsoft and Internet (web-based) applications.
Preferred five years’ experience in healthcare medical logistics with equipment and supply, inventory management and supply oversight, supply chain management setting that includes general supply activities, ordering, receiving, customer support, inventory management, warehousing and operation of various materials handling equipment.
The contractor may require driving privileges and be able to drive up to a 1.5 ton stake bed truck and 4-10K electric forklift for the delivery of medical equipment, supplies, and furniture.
Preferred five years’ experience in healthcare medical logistics with equipment and supply, inventory management and supply oversight, supply chain management setting.