Opportunity for Personal Growth and Development
A career in the federal government offers the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally with training on several levels. Throughout your career as a federal employee you will be able to develop and hone your professional, leadership and safety skills through seminars, conferences and on-the-job training.
The Department of the Army is the 2nd largest federal employer with jobs in every single state. This allows for many career paths that permit you to choose the best work/life balance for you.
Outstanding Benefits Package
- The Federal Health Insurance Program is a nationally recognized model that offers choice and flexibility with substantial employer contribution to premiums.
- Leave policy provides ample time off to take care of your personal, recreational or health care needs. In addition to ten paid holidays, you can accumulate 13 days of sick leave each year along with 13 to 26 vacation days, depending on number of years employed.
- Federal Agencies offer a wide range of options for your work/life balance such as flexible work schedules, teleworking, flexible spending accounts and employee assistance programs.
Careers at Crane Army
Crane Army has opportunities in several different fields, including:
- Engineering (Mechanical, Industrial, Electrical)
- Supply Chain Management
- Public Affairs
- Internal Auditor
- Continuous Improvement (Lean Six Sigma)
- Financial Management
- Information Management/Technology
- Program/Management Analysts
Work Location: Crane, IN Starting Salary Range: est. starting $23.43 an hour Closing Date: 06/14/2020
2. Receive oral and/or written instructions and technical guidance from supervisor. Follow prescribed schedules, work procedures, and safety practices which are in accordance with applicable environmental, regulatory and safety requirements. Assumes control of a crew, after consultation with supervisor, in directing materials handlers in identifying, segregating, inventorying, and storing ammunition, ammunition components, and commodities. Coordinates entire work process of crews loading and unloading trucks and railroad cars in receiving, shipping and storage of ammunition and ammunition components. Responsible for the day-to-day work assignments for each materials handler as well as providing technical guidance to each employee regarding ammunition storage and magazine maintenance procedures. Checks classification of explosives for shipping and storage purposes. Ensures all required documentation is filled out properly. With the implementation of Automated Identification Technology (AIT), uses/operates scanning equipment and understands how scanned information is used in daily operations for shipments and receipts. This includes printing bar codes, conducting grid changes, and bin to bin moves. Operates bar code machines, MILSTRIP label-making machines, and performs preventive maintenance in cleaning and changing ribbons/labels/tape, etc. Provides assistance to lower-graded personnel in the use and operation of scanning equipment and components. Maintains work flow, quality, safety, and security for all materials handlers, ensuring personnel wear proper protective safety gear and observe standard operating procedures (SOPs) at all times. Reports status and progress of work to the supervisor on a daily basis. Completes a daily work schedule and fills out a daily time sheet, makes changes as required to ensure accurate use of funds. Immediately refers all incidents/accidents to assignment desk or supervisor. Interfaces with project personnel and plans accordingly for ordnance storage, transportation, and shipping requirements. Ensures magazine space is available for future storage operations, taking into account such factors as compatibility, explosives weight, and quantity and size of material expected to be received or shipped. Operates a 33,000-pound gross vehicle weight (GVW) trucks, one-ton dual-wheel trucks. Works on specialty trucks and roadrailers, throws rail switches going into and out of buildings. Aligns and locks hydraulic rail wheels onto tracks during setting-on procedures. Maneuvers vehicles within close tolerances when driving and backing over uneven ground and in narrow or congested areas, between buildings and other vehicles, and when positioning vehicles at loading docks. (30%)
3. Performs other duties as assigned.
2.Familiarity with the various applications of commonly used pesticides and herbicides and the ability to mix them according to standard formulas. Thorough knowledge of work procedures, and safety practices which are in accordance with applicable environmental, regulatory and safety requirements work procedures.
3.Ability to give proper guidance and training to employees in any aspect of ordnance material handling.
4.Because of the nature of the work, the incumbent must be articulate, conscientious, and capable of assuming considerable responsibility. Must be able to convey to other employees the importance of safety, security, and quality pertaining to the handling, storage, and transportation of various types of explosive ordnance.
2. Males must be registered or exempt from Selective Service. www.sss.gov
3. Must be determined suitable for federal employment.
4. Must participate in the direct deposit pay program.
5. Must possess and maintain a valid Driver's License.
6. Position requires ability to drive on the installation. Installation driving privileges are automatically granted unless suspended or revoked.
7. Must be able to obtain and maintain explosives certification.
8. Must be able to obtain and maintain Material Handling Equipment (MHE) license.
9. Must be able to be respirator certified without restrictions.
10. Position requires incumbent employee to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance.
11. Pre-employment physical required as a condition of employment, prior to appointment, reassignment, or transfer, prior to reporting for duty. Subsequent annual physicals are required.
12. Position is covered by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program. The incumbent is required to sign a DA Form 5019 (Condition of Employment for Certain Civilian Positions Identified Critical under the Department of the Army Drug-Free Federal Workplace Program) and must pass urinalysis testing, as required prior to appointment and periodically thereafter.
13. This position is subject to the Lautenberg Amendment to the Gun Control Act of 1968 which makes it a felony for anyone who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence to ship, transport, possess, or receive firearms or ammunition. Civilian Personnel of the Department of Defense are not exempt from this provision. Therefore, as a condition of employment, selectee will be required to sign a form acknowledging understanding of this provision
14. Position requires temporary duty (TDY) business travel approximately 10% of the time.
Relocation Incentive: Maybe
Recruitment Incentive: Maybe
Materials Handler (Care & Preservation) position,WG-6907-08 under Z5C/Direct-Hire Authority (Domestic DIB, MRTFB), sec 11025(a) (c), PL 114-328,12/23/2016
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