Support client with gathering, tracking, and processing inventory records, reporting on quantities of on-hand materials, and updating the government designated system with accurate inventory data. Requires knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Primary job functions do not typically require exercising independent judgement.
Assist with data collection, validation and quality assurance of inventory and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) packages in support of CHRIMP implementation efforts. Assist with physical inventory data collection and use HMIRS, FedLog, and manufacturer websites to gather accurate hazardous material product information to assist in the completion of required data packages.
Primary Responsibilities include:
• Providing subject matter expertise on inventory, warehouse management, and physical inventory functionality
• Reviewing Material Safety Data Sheets
• Conducting material inventory and technical screening.
• Complete data packages for hazardous material.
• Validating inventory accountability.
Experience/Education Requirements and Qualifications:
• Ability to obtain and maintain a favorable background investigation.
• High School Diploma or equivalent.
• 0 to 3 years of related experience.
• Effective interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills.
• Knowledge of Navy Hazardous Material Control and Management (HMC&M) and HM management software programs such as HMIRS, FedLog, and the Internet for inventory research.
• Ability to use IT systems for control and management of HM ashore.
• Ability to conduct accurate inventories and research of HM.
• Ability to lift material (up to 50 pounds).
• Ability to travel as necessary.
• Knowledge of HM warehousing, handling, and safety procedures.
• Experience with data collection/data validation efforts in support of HM management.
• Technical training/experience in Navy Supply procedures and IT systems used in HM management processes including some or all of the following: HM Inventory Management, Stock identification and inventory processes.
• Knowledge of IT systems for HM: Navy ERP, HMIRS and FedLog, HM Minimization Center Operations
• Ability to train and assist government personnel regarding correct HM storage and usage requirements as directed by applicable Department of Defense and US Navy instructions.
Desired Experience and Qualifications:
• Knowledge of FedLog, HazMat
• User knowledge of Navy ERP in a warehousing environment