The position will provide logistical, administrative and technical support in shipping, receiving, and material warehouse functions for Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Equipment Acquisition Warehouse Management Division.
The contractor shall physically receive and inspects incoming equipment and assign equipment number for accountability into the DMLSS system.
The contractor shall enter plant account information pertaining to equipment in the proper logs in DMLSS accurately and in a timely manner.
The contractor shall assign the correct identification tag, depending on the class of new equipment and identify previous equipment and place tag in a visible location on the equipment.
Establishes and maintains administrative and property files and records.
Types various forms, correspondence and reports using a variety of word processing, spreadsheets, staff communications and DMLSS. Answers routine inquires of a non-technical nature based on personal knowledge of subject or from information obtained by references to current correspondence and office records.
Conducts Property Accountability functions to include inventories, Financial Liability Investigation, equipment acceptance and excess.
Maintains a current knowledge of equipment management established procedures and answers employee questions on procedures, policy directives, etc. Obtains needed information or decisions from Supervisor, Equipment Management Division. Provide status of their work and any problems that occur.
Conduct property accountability inventories, correlate and analyze data, document and input data in the DMLSS system.
Responsible for proper record keeping, tagging, tracking, data collection, receiving, and transferring of equipment to the various hand receipts within the hospital.
Responsible for tracking lost equipment, assisting in the Financial Liability Investigation (FLI) process to include preparing documents, spreadsheets, graphs, charts and power point presentation using Microsoft applications.
Approximately 105 entries are made in DMLSS daily.
Approximately 20 hands receipts are inventoried daily.
Deliver and pick up equipment from over 126 departments within the hospital as needed for equipment.
The contractor must be skilled in naval or army logistics, inventory, and shipping of material
The contractor must be highly skilled in standard warehousing operations for shipping, receiving, and storage of material.
The contractor must have great communications skills (writing and speech).
The contractor must be able to lift a maximum of 40 pounds.
The contractor must be qualified to operate a forklift.
The contractor must have a valid state driver's license.
Knowledge of the DMLSS, Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point applications.