HCI | integrated solutions Warehouse Specialist in Washington, District Of Columbia
HCI | integrated solutions is currently interviewing candidates for Warehouse Specialist supporting The United States Secret Service (USSS) providing property management/warehousing support services.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Warehouse Specialist will be responsible for performing the following daily tasks:
Escort the shredding contractor to collect the burn bags throughout the Washington DC area for the pick-up and destruction of the sensitive material.
Move and/or arrange office furniture, equipment and appliances on an as-needed basis.
Perform minor warehouse maintenance on shelves, floors, etc. on an as-needed basis.
Operate USSS-owned automobiles, cargo vans, and trucks up to twenty-four feet (24’) with an approximate gross weight of up to 10,000 pounds to transport supplies, equipment, and related cargo on as-needed basis;
Pick up property and excess equipment from the Washington, DC area offices for transport and disposal at the AOD warehouses.
Keep accurate logs of vehicle maintenance, ensuring vehicles are adequately maintained (i.e., tire pressure, gas levels, and ensuring vehicles are washed and ready for use). Log will be provided by AOD.
Process property to include pick up, cataloging, and packaging of property that is received and distributed between USSS locations throughout the Washington DC area. Maintain filing system of all warehouse receipts, requisitions, invoices and property documents.
Receive and ship materials and equipment through a supply facility while cataloging data in electronic and paper record systems as specified by the COR.
Duties also include light to moderate physical effort to load cargo with the assistance of other workers or weight handling equipment. The contractor must be certified to operate electric, gasoline, and liquid propane powered forklift trucks to move, stack, and load material in and about the warehouses, storage areas, loading docks, and vehicles.
All contractor personnel shall possess valid state issued driver’s licenses for all vehicles. All contractor personnel shall be certified to operate electric, gasoline and liquid propane powered fork lift trucks. All contractor personnel shall possess knowledge of the methods used in processing, handling, and storing of materials and equipment through a supply facility; the ability to log receipts, storage and shipment data in electronic and paper record systems. All contractor personnel shall possess a Certificate of Participation in the Hazardous materials handling, packaging and transportation course. This course will include information on hazardous materials, as well as fire and life safety (flammables, combustibles). Information regarding the course shall be made available upon award. The hazardous materials handling, packaging and transportation course will include information on hazardous materials, as well as fire and life safety (flammables, combustibles). This course will be presented by two safety training specialists with expertise in (1) regulatory compliance safety and (2) fire and life safety. This program will provide a detailed program of instruction on ways to avoid the dangers of hazardous chemicals, combustibles, toxic materials and other materials that forklift operators may encounter in the course of handling, packaging and transporting materials. The program will include a pretest and post-test and a student’s manual containing pertinent information on hazardous materials management. Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will
Additional Position Information:
Personnel working under this requirement must be U.S. citizens, and are required to pass the USSS background investigation. All personnel to be working on the Government sites shall complete a Contractor Personnel Access Application form (SSF 3237), and must undergo a security background check by USSS. . Personnel will also be required to complete a Contractor’s Agreement to Protect Non-Public Information.
Requires the following favorable results: Conditional Access to Sensitive but Unclassified Information Nondisclosure Agreement
Disclosure and Authorization Pertaining to Consumer Reports Pursuant to the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
High School graduate or equivalent. 4 years directly related current work experience. Valid States Driver’s License. U.S. Citizen. Able to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC).
Location: Washington, DC
Status: Full Time
Date Posted: 11/30/2015