Duties and Responsibilities
- Track and oversee the supply order process from initiation through delivery. Ensure there are no gaps in the process that could prevent prompt payment to vendors.
- Maintain supply requisition files. Ensure Supply procurement cycles occur smoothly and that all action is taken by data transmission, telephone, or other available means.
- Manage MILSTRIP ordering which involves issuing all MILSTRIP gear to work centers. Maintain a MILSTRIP log for tracking outstanding and completed orders. Ensure temporary receipts (DD Form 1348) are used when originals are not available.
- Manage the Navy property system program, Defense Property and Accounting System (DPAS), which involves maintaining records of accountability for minor and plant property and provides information for resolution of discrepancies. This involves the continuous improvement and streamlining of the system to create an accurate reporting process for minor and plant property. Assist in overseeing the utilization and/or proper disposal of property.
- Track and oversee the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO) process at the activity which involves submission of documentation for equipment/property turn-in, scheduling DRMO runs, maintaining tracking system of all turned-in equipment/property and updating inventories to reflect the loss of the equipment/property.
- Assist with annual property inventories, act on problems encountered, and seek immediate corrective action for problems.
- Prepare requisitions for stock acquisition as requested and track usage data in order to replenish stock so as to maintain prescribed levels and avoid waste and misuse of supplies where possible. Ensure procurement and stock inventory procedures comply with applicable regulations.
- Coordinate Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) compliance in accordance with respectie base procurement policy, Authorized Use List (AUL) maintenance, and Hazardous Waste Minimization (HAZMIN).
- Provide certifications to CENSECFOR Headquarters (N8).
- Process orders through Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for document services and printing. Submit trouble calls and maintenance information for DLA copier service contracts.
- Other logistical tasks may be assigned based on emergent requirements or based on unique requirements of the NTTC Lackland. Section 2-2.2.2 Personnel Qualifications of Logistics Support Specialist The following qualifications apply to Logistics Support Specialists:
*A High School diploma or GED
*At least four (4) years logistical experience, with at least two (2) years in a Navy or Marine Corps environment
*Ability to obtain a Favorable Tier 3 Background Investigation (See PWS Section 4) Possess a valid driver’s license