Material Classifier/Segregator Operations at SOC LLC

Posted in Other 11 days ago.

Location: Hawthorne, Nevada





Job Description:

Overview:

The position of Material Classifier/Segregatoris located at the Hawthorne Army Depot, near the modest, west central Nevada, "High-desert, mountain-side", community of Hawthorne. Hawthorne Army Depot, known as "The Largest ammunition storage facility in the world," is centrally located near the modest community of Hawthorne, Nevada, at the base of 11,000 ft. Mt. Grant and at the south end of large and historical Walker Lake on Highway 95. We are located within a comfortable 1 to 2 hour drive of numerous communities and cities in Northern Nevada and Northern California. Interested applicants are invited to search online sites for additional information regarding the renowned Hawthorne Army Depot.

This position is subject to a collective bargaining agreement.

Responsibilities:


  • Verify the identity, completeness, and condition of excess and surplus property received in the branch for disposal. Follow Safety Data Sheet guidelines for handling, storage, and disposal of Hazardous Materials. Requires the ability to plan and perform difficult work where only general operation methods, instructions, or standards are available. Also requires the ability to make decisions using considerable ingenuity, initiative, and judgement.

  • Receive a variety of material from on and off-base federal agencies. Assure identification including proper documentation, dollar value, stock number, quantity, and correct authority. Validate specific measurements using measuring tape. Research stocks lists, technical orders, microfiche identification lists, GSA catalogs, and other available publications for proper description, cost, and other information in order to properly identify material. Complete required entries on turn in documents, assuring unit count, unit cost, condition, weight, and unique identifying data.

  • Sign for receipt and forwards documentation. Prepare information tag (stock number, nomenclature, cost, etc.) and attach to material. Segregate and conspicuously mark materials to preclude mixing. Determine commercial or scrap value by visual inspection, knowledge, or mission property, and/or consultation with other personnel.

  • Resolve discrepancies, such as short count, wrong material, and lack of identification by contact with releasing organization, materials and equipment inspectors, etc. Coordinate and initiate corrective action or return material for rerouting to proper destination.

  • Prepare documentation on material shortages. Assist or provide guidance to equipment operators by spotting or unloading excess scrap or surplus material. Open boxes, unpack material, sort, and temporarily repack incidental to receipt. Operate electric, gas, or diesel forklift to move, stow, or load material. Operate a 50 ton scale to determine gross or axle weight of vehicles incoming and outgoing. Must be able to operate computer connected terminal device. Segregate materials received for potential operational reutilization

  • Prepare documentation on material shortages. Assist or provide guidance to equipment operators by spotting or unloading excess scrap or surplus material. Open boxes, unpack material, sort, and temporarily repack incidental to receipt. Operate electric, gas, or diesel forklift to move, stow, or load material. Operate a 50 ton scale to determine gross or axle weight of vehicles incoming and outgoing. Must be able to operate computer connected terminal device. Segregate materials received for potential operational reutilization

Qualifications:


  • High school or equivalent.

  • Six months (6) experience in Property Disposal Operations or eighteen (18) months in munitions handling functions. Supply and vehicle scale operation experience helpful.

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain all certifications as required by SOC's Master Training Plan. Must be able to obtain and maintain security clearance. Must satisfactorily complete the Training and Certification Program for Personnel Working Ammunition Operations Required by AMC Regulation350-4 within 90 days of hire.

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid State driver's license. Must also be able to obtain and maintain the appropriate level of government security clearance as well as a clearance through the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and be favorably vetted through the NCIC III System and Common Access Card (CAC), and must pass local agency background check.

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability