Top Supply Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Supply Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Supply Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.6% of Supply Specialist resumes contained Property Accountability as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Supply Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Supply Specialist resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Property Accountability

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Here's how Property Accountability is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Performed organizational level inspections and analyzed property accountability program requirements.
  • Provide property accountability related supporting documentation to the Property Book Office to ensure accurate posting to the correct hand receipt.
  • Established individual inventory processes; provide verbal and written instruction as well as developing cohesiveness among Army Property Accountability Team.
  • Assisted subordinates during periodic and cyclic inventories and reconciled with hand receipt holders to maintain 100% property accountability.
  • Prepared and submitted data necessary in the movement, storage, transportation, and property accountability of assigned equipment.
  • Developed and updated an educational training program on property accountability for CMR holders and Supply Technicians.
  • Provided oversight and technical expertise to other supply technicians on hand receipt procedures and property accountability.
  • Used automated accounting system to establish and maintain property accountability for government owned serial numbered equipment.
  • Implemented the recovery and established property accountability of over $210K of previously unaccounted for property.
  • Perform technical duties involving both routine and non-routine aspects of property accountability and equipment management.
  • Provided guidance on how to enforce polices and procedures for property accountability within the organization.
  • Provide technical advice on supply procedures, property accountability, receiving and storage of materials.
  • Maintained property accountability for equipment in excess of 300 million dollars, while improving productivity.
  • Advised lower echelons on proper procedures for recovery of properly loss and property accountability.
  • Established and maintained property accountability using the Defense Property Accountability systems (DPAS).
  • Conducted research on logistics operations, routes for shipments and assists in property accountability.
  • Conduct physical inventory of properties; analyze & reconcile discrepancies to maintain property accountability.
  • Implemented an effective training program to enhance the property accountability skills for supply personnel.
  • Worked at executing functional management for the U.S. Army by maintaining property accountability.
  • Maintained organizational and installation property accountability using logistics and property automation systems.

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2. Financial Management Procedures

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Here's how Financial Management Procedures is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Performed inventory and financial management procedures, including ordering, receiving and storing supplies.
  • Perform inventory and financial management procedures such as locating and cataloging stock.
  • Perform Inventory and financial management procedures.
  • Performed inventory and financial management procedures, including ordering, receiving and storing supplies Kept accurate records of incoming and outgoing stock

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3. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Review and analyze supply chain management processes in order to identify changes required to ensure standardized ordnance supply logistics support requirements.
  • Created first in-office, quick reference training guide to enhance and expedite professional development for newly hired contracted logistics personnel.
  • Analyzed logistics reports from Relational Supply automated information system and made recommendations for improvements which helped functional areas improve processes.
  • Developed input to assigned logistics management support areas for logistics systems appraisals, including functional system logic and edit criteria.
  • Support daily supply and logistics division operations while ensuring adequate inventory levels and efficiently distributing supplies and equipment to staff.
  • Maintained and developed positive business relationships with customer's key personnel involved in or directly relevant to logistics activities.
  • Monitored complex cataloging and ordering systems by implementing a fast-track procurement system decreasing logistics turnaround time by 20%.
  • Supported program development and concepts that pertains to supply, maintenance, transportation and several automated logistics system.
  • Maintained logistics support to other operational and support elements and managed personnel to determine shipping/receiving information for merchandise.
  • Maintained constant communication with supervisors and key personnel to ensure correct delivery times and support logistics planning.
  • Analyzed logistics reports from relational supply automated information system, recommending process improvements to certain functional areas.
  • Provide technical advice on supply matters affecting production scheduling, operational interim support plans, and logistics.
  • Conducted staff assistance visits and reports on supply/logistics functions and evaluated areas for improvement and recommended changes.
  • Completed courses in tactical military training, logistics, and management Campus Involvement Member, Criminal Justice Association
  • Coordinated supply and logistics requests in tandem and anticipation of additional assignments as training function neared completion.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze independently and resolve difficult issues and problems in a logistics operation.
  • Facilitated report creation with construction of production database, assisting with individual review by logistics technicians.
  • Attended Velocity Management as the Directorate of Logistics representative and participated in Repair Cycle Time Workshop.
  • Reviewed logistical data systems documents for adequacy and support ability in assigned logistics management support areas.
  • Collaborated with high-ranking military officials to coordinate logistics and transportation of 8 aircraft and 10 personnel.

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4. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted in developing workplace safety procedures for their respective departments within the directorate.
  • Ensured new technicians correctly conducted proper safety procedures during each mission.
  • Maintain and conduct safety procedures in firearms and military equipment.
  • Trained multiple soldiers on military policies and safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures and protocols.
  • Maintain work environment in a clean, orderly manner and follow all safety procedures in handling supplies.
  • Set operations policies and standards, including determination of safety procedures for the handling of materials.
  • Assured adherence to safety procedures and kept an efficient, clean, and safe work environment.
  • Operated a forklift and restocked shelves and ensured safety procedures were followed.
  • Follow all safety procedures in handing supplies and equipment.
  • Interact with supervisors to maintain LEAN safety procedures.

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5. Purchase Card

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Here's how Purchase Card is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Train Supervise staff and conduct guidance of regulations -Procurement through Government Purchase Card -Initiating contracting for services of non-military equipment
  • Provide assistance for the effective management of government purchase cards to insure accountability and compliance with directives.
  • Maintained a 100% accountability of all funds while acting as the primary government purchase card holder for entire Battalion headquarters.
  • Serve as the DOL Ordering Officer for the Government Purchase Card Program for purchasing of supplies and services.
  • Manage the Unit Level Government Purchase Card (GPC) with a monthly spending limit of $100,000.
  • Accounted for and distributed over $65,000 worth of Government Purchase Card requests and supplies for five companies.
  • Acquired supplies, training, and equipment with a Government Purchase Card with a $100,000 monthly limit.
  • Managed supply transactions using the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and Government Purchase Card.
  • Provided information to the Shaw Logistics Support Element on the Government Purchase Card (GPC) Request.
  • Manage a 3,000 dollar monthly government fund on a government purchase card for supplies outside LOGSA catalog.
  • Supervised purchasing, using the Government Purchase Card, ensuring all users adhered to the monthly budget.
  • Maintained Battalion Budget and a Government purchase card holder with a spending limit of $200,000.
  • Managed the Purchase Card and Travel program with an annual budget of over $1M.
  • Selected and purchased the most cost effective goods and services with the government purchase card.
  • Controlled costs, efficiently allocate resources and manage a Government Purchase Card (GPC).
  • Inspect and advise my Supply SGT on local purchases and Government Purchase Card transactions.
  • Review existing contracts to ensure compliance before recommending use of the Government Purchase Card.
  • Appointed Government Purchase Card holder and accountable for all assets in the organization.
  • Maintained receipts/authorizations as a Government Purchase Card Holder with a $45K limit.
  • Review and perform semi-annual audits on over 5,000 annual purchase card transactions.

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6. Installation Supplies

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Here's how Installation Supplies is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment that saved the company thousands of dollars.
  • Prepared supply documents and maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Managed comprehensive inventory processes of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Received and inspected installation supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment worth in excess of $15 million.
  • Received, inspected, inventoried, loaded, unloaded, segregated, and stored organization and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Received, loaded, unloaded, segregated, stored, issued, and delivered organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment in value of over 2.5 million.
  • Maintain automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment Issue and receive small arms.
  • Maintained the Army's PBUSE automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Received, inspected, and inventoried $40 million+ in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Maintain a well updated, automated supply system for accounting and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Receive, inspect, inventory and issue organization and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Receive, inspect and store all organizational and installation supplies.
  • Maintain automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment Provided excellent leadership
  • unloaded, stored, issue, deliveries and turn-in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Received Inspected Supplies Load and unload inventory Delivered and turned in organization and installation supplies and equipment.

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7. Inventory Management

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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Inventory Management/Accountability Provided logistical support for over seventy military personals.
  • Assisted in evaluation inventory management plans and operations and in developing recommended changes and adjustments to ensure requirements were effectively supported.
  • Developed and implemented procedures to ensure proper coverage of inventory management of the supply stock fund for expendable and non-expendable items.
  • Performed inventory management, receiving, requisition management, and order fulfillment with the goal of ensuring maximum operational readiness.
  • Performed quality control on all incoming and outgoing supplies, performed and supervised inventory management, storage and preservation.
  • Accomplished portions of studies and projects of inventory management programs and operations using well established methods and techniques.
  • Participate in inventory management in displaying merchandise, preparing store for an advertising campaign, and resetting department.
  • Provided logistical support to aviation activities including material planning, inventory management, warehouse management and material distribution.
  • Provided aviation supply support, including inventory management, materials administration, personnel staffing, and requisitioning procedures.
  • Update inventory management system with suppliers expected delivery dates and relay updates to user departments and units.
  • Trained up to 5 employees on proper utilization of inventory management system which tracked installation of supplies/equipment.
  • Conceptualized new inventory management system for service unit and drafted requirements for acquisition of new system.
  • Conducted site visit for inspections and equipment surveys to include inventory management storage and distribution.
  • Manage central receiving activity; coordinate requirements related to inventory management, distribution and shipment.
  • Completed and applied workforce training in computer applications, inventory management, and information/record management.
  • Provided inventory management for large-scale installation and depot facility for electronic components and equipment.
  • Validated the reconciling supplies ordered versus received, serialization, and performed inventory management.
  • Provided supply and clerical support to Inventory Management Specialists engaged in managing commodities.
  • Created inventory checklist to drive inventory management, deployment, and requisition efficiency.
  • Supply Specialist - Experience in office management, warehouse management and inventory management.

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8. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Assist Inventory Control Manager in implementation planning and execution for identified purchasing opportunities within new or existing suppliers and solutions.
  • Perform inventory control, establish stock rotations initiate expired pharmaceuticals turn-in and assist in establishing tactical hospital during ARTEPS.
  • Performed as inventory control specialist to established communication with nurse, and physicians ensuring appropriate supplies were purchased.
  • Provided technical expertise and oversight of unit supply management, inventory control, and order fulfillment operations.
  • Coached and trained subordinate personnel on logistical standard operations, safety and inventory control measures.
  • Supervised inventory control of non-expendable property through the use of approved automated property management software.
  • Communicated with field management team on matters of inventory control discipline and process compliance.
  • Monitored and made recommendations to modify inventory control systems for foreign military regional levels.
  • Provided input into standard operating procedures, inventory control methodology, and audit procedures.
  • Managed operations, including forecasting, inventory control, purchasing and quality assurance.
  • Used general supervisory skills to assists others in performing supply and inventory control.
  • Operated computerized logistical systems, to include accounting and inventory control systems.
  • Managed warehouse staff and performed administrative duties and maintained inventory control system.
  • Worked with procurement and inventory control for Parent Company Internal Suppliers.
  • Maintained and monitor inventory control stock position availability of assets.
  • Maintain inventory control of an environmentally secure controlled storage facility.
  • Trained personnel in petroleum transportation, supply and inventory control.
  • Trained in inventory controlled management utilizing counts and spread sheets.
  • Maintained supply records including inventory control, requisitions and distribution.
  • Maintained accurate inventory control of assets by conducing inventories.

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9. Small Arms

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Here's how Small Arms is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Determined methods and techniques as well as supervised the issuing, handling, and security of sensitive items and small arms.
  • Secure, control, maintain, and issue small arms weapons and ammunition, including security areas for weapons and ammunition.
  • Managed inventory of 200+ small arms valued in excess of $300K with full responsibility for scheduling and performing maintenance.
  • Issued and received small arms for soldiers that were participating in gun ranges around the world for competition purposes.
  • Issued, secured, and properly stored equipment and assets such as small arms, weapons and ammunition.
  • Issued and received small arms as well as secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas.
  • Maintained, repaired and inspected small arms, and weapons systems and ensured weapons were mission ready.
  • Supervised handling, storage and security of over 700 small arms room weapons on a monthly basis.
  • Performed direct support and general support maintenance and repairs on small arms and other infantry weapons.
  • Maintained accountability of supplies and small arms, and oversaw draw, turn-in, and transportation.
  • Commended on a job well done for maintaining and keeping small arms inspection accurate and ready.
  • Handled sensitive items such as computers, small arms, and communications security enabled devices.
  • Delegated as primary armor, Small Arms Maintenance and Services (SAM-31) certified.
  • Issued, received, and maintained accountability for all the unit's small arms.
  • Completed unit level maintenance on small arms weapons, mounts, and sights.
  • Control the process of issuing and receiving of all company's small arms.
  • Issued, received, maintained and controlled unit s ammunition and small arms.
  • Performed inventory and kept proper maintenance of small arms and weapon systems.
  • Issue, receive, secure and control small arms and ammunition.
  • Issue and receive small arms (armorer for unit).

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10. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Provide outstanding customer service by consistently greeting customers, understanding their needs, recommending products and ultimately executing the sale.
  • Operated office automation equipment, planned organized and distributed mailing activities in order to ensure timely customer service.
  • Monitored operational achievement of performance goals customer service and productivity levels ensuring they are commensurate with contract standards.
  • Supervised a warehouse team of 3 in providing customer service and operating hazardous material program storeroom.
  • Provide exceptional customer service to all internal and external customers in a progressive and changing environment.
  • Supervised team of three warehouse workers in customer service procedures and operating Hazardous Material Storeroom.
  • Provided exceptional customer service environment by greeting visitors and directing them to the appropriate agent.
  • Maintain strong communication relationship with internal and external customers, resulting in excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer service to tenant organizations in planning and coordination of over 400 requisitions.
  • Obtained effective customer service skills in interfacing with diverse military leaders and personnel.
  • Created numerous Microsoft excels documents, data entry and providing excellent customer service.
  • Monitored organizational transition to ensure customer service and employee morale to thrive.
  • Displayed and provided outstanding customer service to higher and lower organization personnel.
  • Provided customer service by answering questions and advising customers on merchandise selection.
  • Provide customer service to internal/external customers on telephone and in person.
  • Provided Customer Service for overseas deployments and foreign military customers.
  • Assisted multiple customers via telephone and maintained excellent customer service.
  • Provided customer accounts with consistent, superior customer service.
  • Delivered excellent customer service while problem solving under pressure.
  • Provided Customer Service and Administrative Support upon requirements given.

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11. Organizational Maintenance

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Here's how Organizational Maintenance is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Schedule and preform preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons - Operate unit level computers.
  • Secured and controlled weapons and ammunition and steered preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.
  • Scheduled and performed ten level preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons monthly and annually.
  • Provided technical and logistical assistance to direct support and organizational maintenance personnel.
  • Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of various systems and specialized equipment.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance for all weapons assigned.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on equipment as needed.
  • Schedule and perform preventive and organizational maintenance on various things.
  • Scheduled and supervised preventive and organizational maintenance on weapon systems.
  • Performed preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons and sensitive items.
  • Schedule and preform preventive and organizational maintenance of weapons.
  • Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapons systems.
  • Inspected weapons after organizational maintenance and repair.
  • Managed over 1,500 PEB line items within the warehouse and 17 sites located within the intermediate and organizational maintenance activities.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons, at supervisor's level, to ensure units readiness.
  • Lead Arms Room Clerk, obtain security of unit arms room, and organizational maintenance of small arms.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons to be 95% ready.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on Pyxis computer systems.
  • Secure and control weapons and ammunition in security areasSchedule and perform preventive and organizational maintenance on weaponsOperate unit-level computers.
  • Secure and control weapons and ammunition in security reas Schedule and perform preventive and organizational maintenance on weapon.

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12. Security Areas

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Here's how Security Areas is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas to maintain company protocols and objectives.
  • Secured and controlled weapons, ammunition, and sensitive items worth over $1M in security areas to ensure safety.
  • Issued, received, secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas.
  • Secured and controlled all weapons and ammunition in vault or security areas.
  • Secure and have control of the weapons and ammunition in security areas.
  • Secure and control shop supplies in limited access and security areas.

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13. Unit Level Computers

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Here's how Unit Level Computers is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Operated unit level computers and office equipment and completed general office work.
  • Operated unit level computers and supply systems using related supply-related programs.
  • Operated unit level computers while preparing all organizational supply documents.
  • Operated unit level computers and prepared all unit/organization supply documents.
  • Operate unit level computers and performed general clerical work.
  • Operate unit level computers (ULC), and orchestrate the maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.
  • Supply Specialist o Receive, inspect, inventory and deliver supplies and equipment o Operate unit level computers
  • Operated unit level computers using such programs as Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • Operate unit level computers and proficient with the PBUSE system for supply operations.
  • Operated and maintained unit level computers and proficient on the ULLS-S4 system.
  • Operate unit level computers and file information that belongs to the unit.
  • Operated unit level computers and performed clerical office duties i.e.
  • Operate unit level computers to prepare supply documents.
  • Operated unit level computers (ULC).
  • Operate unit level computers for equipment logs.
  • Maintain automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment Operate unit level computers
  • Secure and control weapons and ammunition in security areas Operate unit level computers.
  • Operated unit level computers to generate M.S.D.S sheets to properly label and dispose of chemical, and perform other task efficiently.
  • Operate unit level computers (ULC) Issues and receives small arms.
  • Receive and stock bulk and package products Performed water and petroleum accounting duties Operate unit level computers Issue and receive small arms

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14. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted in operating and maintaining a highly technical armored vehicle during training and combat operations.
  • Ensured expense control and deployment of vital tactical property for combat operations.
  • Maintained accountability and readiness of over 250 weapons in a combat environment.
  • Coordinated supply and logistics operations for a rapid deployment Combat team.
  • Balanced spending budget for inventory and maintained inventory for combat readiness.
  • Provided forward support for combat tactical aircraft maintenance unit.
  • Performed warehouse operations in both Garrison and combat environment.
  • Coordinated transportation between different combat zones in Iraq.
  • Certified in leadership and combat life-saving techniques.
  • Trained Soldiers in specialized life-saving combat procedures.
  • Conducted military police operations in combat.
  • Conducted combat operations in Afghanistan.
  • Participated as a combat lifesaver.
  • Supplied continuous parts to sections need to fix and ready 13 Marine Corps AV8-B Harrier jets to maintain combat readiness percentage.
  • Assisted in daily operations and maintained accountability for over $50 million dollars in combat vehicles, maintenance equipment and tools.
  • Received certificate of achievement from the 37th combat engineer battalion for helping train several units in preparation for deployment to Bosnia.
  • Advised senior leaders on matters related to the development of supply and ammunition allowances for both training and combat operations.
  • Advised executive level leaders on matters related to the development of fuel supply procedures for both training and combat operations.
  • Lead my team through combat in Desert Storm for eighteen months with field offices and serious deadlines met.
  • Completed thirty-seven combat missions serving in various roles such as a radio operator, turret gunner/sharpshooter and driver.

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15. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Requested and received added responsibility of purchasing medical supplies and equipment, as well as scheduling medical equipment preventative maintenance.
  • Performed and supervised requisitioning, receiving, inventory management, storage and distribution of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas; segregated and accounted for medical supplies and equipment.
  • Performed nightly inventory utilizing JIT procedures to replenish and maintain adequate medical supplies for nursing units.
  • Drive government vehicles over established routes or within an established territory and deliver medical supplies.
  • Processed inventory control reports while maintaining adequate quantities of medical supplies for military operations.
  • Performed inventory control, requisitioning, preservation of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained computerized supply database for inventory of all medical supplies in company.
  • Managed, inventoried, and requisitioned critical medical supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained medical supplies through quality inspection and inventory control.
  • Provided accurate accounting of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Received and processed requisitions for medical supplies.
  • Maintain inventory of medical supplies and pharmaceutical.
  • Handled mechanical and medical supplies for the military
  • Maintain and accountability of medical supplies.
  • Managed the procurement and distribution of a $15M inventory comprised of 1000 items of hospital equipment and medical supplies.
  • Repair parts management, inspection, packing and shipping, care, segregation and accounting of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Performed receipts, packing, and shipping care, inspection, and quality control of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Inventoried, ordered, received, processed, delivered and issued over a thousand different medical supplies to customers.
  • Assisted in reorganizing the warehouse which resulted in more effective requisitioning, receiving and tracking down of medical supplies.

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16. Sensitive Items

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Here's how Sensitive Items is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained accountability of all supplies, additionally taking a monthly inventory of all sensitive items such as weapons and ammunition.
  • Maintained accountability of approximately 4.5 million dollars of engineering equipment, sensitive items, and various other unit assets.
  • Second in command over the daily inventory and logistic efforts of distributing military weapons and other sensitive items.
  • Established standard operating procedures, proper security and efficient storage for sensitive items, classified and unclassified equipment.
  • Conducted monthly quality assurance on 10% of all equipment and sensitive items ensuring accuracy and accountability.
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages Inventoried equipment on sensitive items
  • Update the inventory listing of property and conduct inventory reconciliations on all properties including sensitive items.
  • Conducted weekly inventories and performed monthly 100% sensitive items inventory with complete accuracy.
  • Maintained 100% accountability during deployment of sensitive items and communication equipment.
  • Performed and supervised inventory of sensitive items, weapons and ammunition inventories.
  • Scheduled and performed preventative and maintenance on equipment and other sensitive items.
  • Monitored unit sensitive items, change of command, quarterly/semi-annual/annual inventories.
  • Maintained 100 % accountability of assigned property to include sensitive items.
  • Diagnosed and troubleshoot for serviceability of weapons and sensitive items.
  • Secured and controlled sensitive items including weapons and ammunition.
  • Inventory sensitive items in accordance with current directives.
  • Performed maintenance and organization of company sensitive items.
  • Secured and controlled sensitive items pertaining to missions.
  • Operated heavy equipment for transportation of sensitive items.
  • Maintain complete accountability of all sensitive items.

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17. Pbuse

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Here's how Pbuse is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Edited supply transactions for accuracy/processed in PBUSE; generated accountability forms.
  • Operated organizational property automated logistical system (PBUSE).
  • Operated a personal computer with various software programs such as ULLS, SAMS, EMS-2, Fed log, and PBUSE.
  • Validate Unit Identification Code (UIC) and Unit name information using Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system.
  • Managed property book equipment of $150 million dollars utilizing the PBUSE (Property Book Utilized System-Enhanced) for seven units.
  • Review all adjustments to property records using Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) as the system of record.
  • Process all transaction documents by posting to PBUSE and filing in support document file as assigned by Property Book NCOIC.
  • Maintained government equipment movement records and track equipment inventories through the Property Book Unit Supply Enhance (PBUSE) system.
  • Utilized Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) to process initial issues, dispositions, and lateral transfers.
  • Used Property Book Unit Enhanced (PBUSE) as automated property accounting system in managing the property book.
  • Edit, update and review Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) automated supply system for mistakes.
  • Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and the Standard Army Information Management Systems (STAMIS).
  • Demonstrated proficiency in the use of PBUSE system; consistently placed mission first, personal interests second.
  • Operated and maintained PBUSE (Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced) system for HHC 149th MEB.
  • Supply Chain Management: Accounted for $2.4 million in assets using PBUSE and ULLS S4.
  • Supervised four PBUSE clerks in using the automated supply system to account for supplies and equipment.
  • Managed all supply operation for the company through the PBUSE Supply System under a secret clearance.
  • Performed duties as a Property Book Technician, PBUSE, and (Non Commissioned Officer).
  • Reviewed purchase receipts and ensured items matched Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system.
  • Conduct joint inventories with DHL, FedEx representatives and process all material into PBUSE system.

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18. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Aided and consulted supply officers and commanders of security prospects and reconstitution during major deployment exercises.
  • Advised Commanders on all logistical matters affecting their organization and offer technical assistance when required.
  • Maintained security and records for weapons prepared weapons reports and ammunition reports for commander.
  • Prepared reports for commander on accountability, maintenance and serviceability of equipment.
  • Maintained security and accountability for unit commander's supplies and equipment.
  • Track sensitive and non- sensitive item inventories completed by company commanders.
  • Maintained records utilizing database, counseled commander on updated information.
  • Provide technical assistance to subordinate unit commanders.
  • Communicate periodic status to Company Commander.
  • Research, compile, and prepare reports, manuals, correspondence, or other information required by company commander and battalion.
  • Recommend appropriate action to the Commander or his representative as to the result of lost, stolen, or damaged property.
  • Managed government assets, which included performing budget management (of $3,500) and advising Company Commander on ordering supplies/equipment.
  • Answered to the commander to ensure the Command Supply Discipline Program was followed by all six companies in the battalion.
  • Maintain clothing records, unit report of surveys, commander's hand receipt, issued and received equipment from soldiers.
  • Maintained Supply Equipment, monitor and modified the commander's hand receipt books, orders, and coordinated supply pick-ups.
  • Advise and make recommendations to the Brigade Commander as the Approving Authority, and issue inquiry/investigation number upon approval.
  • Handled the task of maintaining records, conducting physical inventory, in communicating periodic status to the company commander.
  • Briefed the Company Commander numerous times on how to solve problems and to allow operations to run smoothly logistically.
  • Attended monthly meetings to review the budget with the Company Commander and staff often times within little advance notice.
  • Briefed and advised the Commander and Sub-Hand Receipt Holders on how to properly maintain accountability of their equipment.

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19. Hand Receipts

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Here's how Hand Receipts is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Participated in semi-annual property book inventory by comparing all property signed for on hand receipts against individual item property records.
  • Maintained inventory of all property assigned to base customers and conducted customers' inventory on hand receipts bi-annually.
  • Received and distributed incoming supplies and equipment; warehoused and transferred material processed hand receipts and physical inventories.
  • Established and Maintained hand receipts with other accountability documentations; ensured units met requirements for cyclic/monthly inventories.
  • Administered hand receipts and managed property book, and documentation requirements to minimize material handling delays.
  • Supervised acquisitions of warehouse materials following standard operating procedures, and proper documentation of hand receipts.
  • Edited received supply transactions and posted into PBUSE and generated hand receipts and other accountability documentation.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled and special equipment physical inventories, and maintain hand receipts.
  • Maintained hand receipts for all weapons, ammunition, organizational clothing and individual equipment.
  • Maintained and safeguarded personnel personal clothing records and individual hand receipts concerning property.
  • Maintained 35 hand receipts while providing support to commanders on equipment accountability.
  • Maintained hand receipts for accounting of organizational supplies and equipment.
  • Generated sub-hand receipts and hand receipts of organizational equipment.
  • Maintained and managed various organizational and installation hand receipts.
  • Prepared and maintained individual hand receipts for equipment.
  • Maintain hand-receipts/sub-hand receipts and shortage annexes.
  • Provided support to monthly reconciliation of hand receipts, to include updates through Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE).
  • Prepared hand receipt, sub-hand receipts and storage annex, administration adjustment reports, and financial liability investigations of property Loss.
  • Established and Maintained hand receipts as well as maintained data, files, records and made sure supplies were available.
  • Organized and prepared hand receipts, cyclic inventories, sensitive item inventories and other automated reports as needed or required.

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20. Control Weapons

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Here's how Control Weapons is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Inventory Control Weapons Control and Security
  • Secure and control weapons and ammunition in security areas and ensure compliance with federal and state physical security rules and regulation.
  • Issued and received small arms while continuing to secure and control weapons, ammunition and personnel in secured areas.
  • Secure and control weapons and other sensitive item in classified areas.
  • Secure and control weapons and ammunition in a secure area
  • Control weapons and ammunition in Arms room.
  • Secure and control weapons and ammunition.
  • Issue and recieve small arms, secure and control weapons and ammuniton in security areas.

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21. Transaction Files

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Here's how Transaction Files is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Reviewed and annotated changes to unit material condition status report and maintained organizational/installation property books and supporting transaction files.
  • Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation property book and supporting transaction files.
  • Post transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting transaction files.
  • Enter data/transactions to the organization's property books and supporting transaction files.
  • Posted transactions to proper organizations, and supporting transaction files.
  • Installed property book and supported transaction files.
  • Participated in mock war scenarios Posted transactions to organizational and property books and supporting transaction files.

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22. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Managed specialized team of technicians and document management system facilitating scanning and data entry of 9K+ documents.
  • Performed data entry of patient charges into the approved materials management database.
  • Learn and effectively utilize computer applications for data entry.
  • Received/Processed through data entry and stocked incoming deliveries.
  • Performed various clerical responsibilities and data entry.
  • Operate computer including data entry.
  • Perform catalog management via data entry and clean up, as well as upkeep of client catalogs within their procurement tool.
  • Answer phones, operate computer and data entry of information into supply system, complete spread sheet reports.
  • Maintain data entry logs of all information pertaining to inventory, orders, delivery and pick-ups.
  • Supervised incoming and outgoing orders, and handled all data entry, and accountability paperwork.
  • Provide general office and clerical support, including data entry and updating employee personnel files.
  • Maintained confidentiality of unauthorized files, data entry, and regular unit logs.
  • Maintained and updated filing, inventory and database systems, daily data entry.
  • Performed general clerical procedures to include filling, organizing, and data entry.
  • Record management and maintenance, generate routine reports, data entry.
  • Maintained data entry for acquisition, supply, and inventory purposes.
  • Make written and verbal reports; data entry and clerical duties.
  • Complied and verified accuracy of data entered (data entry).
  • Streamlined the SAMS1E location data entry procedure to increase efficiency.
  • Performed data entry, data retrieval, and inventory searches.

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23. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Confirmed proper receipt, storage and issue of equipment and/or materials were processed IAW various Army regulations.
  • Supervised a US Army company of 124 personnel, develop daily training and scheduled work.
  • Served in the US Army service, in support of the Medical Corps.
  • Identified accounting error that resulted in over $400,000 savings to US Army.
  • Trained by US ARMY to complete all necessary tasks of the 92Y mos.
  • Supervised 12 Iraqi nationals at a US Army retail fuel point.
  • Initial Entry Training, US Army Logistic School.
  • Completed basic training and AIT by US ARMY.
  • Supply NCO, Quartermaster School - US Army 76C/76Y/76P (92A) Supply Specialist, Weapons Specialist (Armor).
  • Helped the US Army and the National Guard.Skills UsedDriving, weapons safety, skills, and proper use.
  • Graduated as a logistician from the US Army Advanced Individual Training course in Ft Lee, Virginia.
  • Ordered and distributed automotive parts to an US Army transportation unit.
  • Utilized US Army Training to perform various analytical tasks in accordance with the Department of Defense Education Administration (DODEA).

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24. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Received Good Conduct Medal for exemplary behavior, efficiency and fidelity in active federal military service.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for superior professionalism and technical expertise during Maintenance Evaluation Team Inspection.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for demonstrating superior professional ability and initiative within the logistics section.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for accomplishing excellent proficiency and technical competence.
  • Received 6 medals for exceptional overseas service under Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Received two commendation medals and a meritorious service medal
  • Received Good Conduct Medal for professional performance.
  • Awarded Naval Achievement Medal for contribution.
  • Awarded an Army Achievement Medal for safely moving and saving the U.S. Government over 15 billion dollars worth of rolling stock.
  • Received the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Expeditionary Medal and the Army Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal.
  • Stationed in Korea for one year, and received a good conduct medal after three years of service.
  • Maintained 100% accuracy, was awarded Accommodation Medal from company commander for excellence in duties performed.
  • Received Navy and Marine Corps Accommodation Medal for my proficient and accurate records management for 214 employees.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for Coalition Joint Captured Material Exploitation Center (CJCMEC).
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal for outstanding achievement during my 1st Change of Command Inventory.
  • Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding service and dedication to the mission in Afghanistan.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal Award for ranking in the top 10% of Supply School.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal and Best Arms Room in the 82d Airborne Division.
  • Achieved Army Commendation Medal for acting Supply Sergeant while deployed during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for logistical support, planning, and execution.

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25. Stock Record

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Here's how Stock Record is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Provided approval and oversight for all functions and processes related to stock record accountability and inventories.
  • Supervised the establishing and maintaining of stock records and other inventory documents and supply distribution.
  • Received incoming shipments and reviewed contents against stock records for accuracy.
  • Established and maintained stock records and automated/ manual accounting records.
  • Maintained inventory and other stock records using computer terminal.
  • Established and maintained automated/manual stock records and reports.
  • Maintained accurate stock records of military equipment/supplies.
  • Performed management and stock record/warehouse functions.
  • Experience in receiving, issuing, storing, shipping, turn-ins, order filling and maintaining stock records in the warehouse.
  • Supervised / Performed stock record and warehouse functions; including stock receipt, storage, distribution and issue.
  • Established and maintain stock records, inventory, and supply reports for all equipment assigned to my department.
  • Research stock record imbalances, traces and validate transactions, reconcile inventories, reports and resolve discrepancies.
  • Investigate urgent demand or critical items, and take appropriate actions to reflect findings on stock records.
  • Compiled reports on use of stock handling equipment, adjustments of inventory counts, and stock records.
  • Established and maintained stock records and other documents; ensured the accuracy of a variety supply documents.
  • Supervised and performed management of stock record/warehouse functions pertaining to receipt, storage, distribution and issue.
  • Checked item requests with stock records and listings to verify data and determine supply action.
  • Established and maintained stock records, automated/manual accounting records and posted receipts and turn-ins.
  • Forecast resupplies, adjust stock records and advises supervisor of any issues.
  • Established and maintained stock records, posted over 5,000 receipts and turn-ins.

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26. Supply Room

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Here's how Supply Room is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Earned prestigious organizational award for maintaining the only supply room to pass an unexpected inspection.
  • Perform 100% inventory checks on all supplies and equipment in the supply room and for each individual soldier's equipment.
  • Provided guidance to three co-workers on supply room procedures, techniques, applying policies, and the daily work methods.
  • Set up a new supply room in which resulted in the safe transfer of all equipment without loss or damage.
  • Received commendable ratings during the annual Command Inspections in supply room, arms room, and weapons maintenance areas.
  • Led others in the operation of stocking and parts requisitions at the unit level in a supply room environment.
  • Performed inspections to insure supply rooms' daily tasks were completed and were to up to standards of procedures.
  • Processed hundreds of documents that verified the accurate accountability of the stockroom, storage yard, and supply room.
  • Worked in the supply room and arms room for Charlie Company of the 103rd Military Intelligence Battalion.
  • Directed unit arms supply room; ensured that the weapons were accounted for and received proper maintenance.
  • Maintained a register for all expendable items and did quarterly inspection on the unit supply rooms.
  • Developed a Standard Operating Procedure for the unit's supply room in accordance to Army regulations.
  • Stored items in an orderly and accessible manner in supply rooms, or our containers.
  • Received, stored, and issued supplies and equipment in the warehouse and supply room.
  • Assisted with supply room and weapons vault security and the accountability of sensitive items monthly.
  • Awarded with best supply room and arms room for three years straight for excellence.
  • Sole Manager for unit Arms and Supply Room with zero deficiencies during inspections.
  • Support all unit supply sergeants with managing supply rooms and equipment management.
  • Maintained neatness and accountability of Supply room and equipment at all times.
  • Coordinated 100% inventory counts and cycle counts, operated supply rooms.

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27. Stock Control

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Here's how Stock Control is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Performed ammunition supply stock control and accounting duties using both automated and manual procedures.
  • Operated computer hardware and software/utilities manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures.
  • Maintained records to perform stock control and accounting procedures related to ammunition operations.
  • Utilized computerized or printed utilities manuals to perform stock control and accounting procedures.
  • Planned and performed stock control and conducted proper inventory adjustments to discrepancies.
  • Execute procedures for shipping, receiving, storing, and issuing stock, as well as stock control and accounting procedures.
  • Performed Ground Maintenance repair part stock control functions involving their receipt, storage, and shipment under the National Maintenance Program.
  • Receive, inspect, inventory, store, issue, stock control, accounting procedures and deliver supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained stock control levels in storage facilities and performed packing, shipping, receiving, handling, and transportation.
  • Managed 3 subordinates' personnel to ensure the warehouse stock control was being performed according to the SOP.
  • Established and maintained files and corrected inaccurate locations, additions, deletions, and changes in stock control.
  • Operated computer hardware and software and maintained records in order to perform stock control and accounting procedures.
  • Stock control and bookkeeping for all company supplies and equipment on hand at 3 different locations.
  • Led a division of five personnel in all aspects of stock control with 100 percent accountability.
  • Ensured stock control was managed in accordance with applicable Army Regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Trained new recruits on shipping procedures, stock control, and daily functions.
  • Utilized computer software and manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures.
  • Created and maintained stock control records of 238 lines valuing over $250,000.
  • Submit requisitions to stock control for depot request and issue.
  • Supervised small medical supply, stock control and storage activity.

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28. Repair Parts

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Here's how Repair Parts is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Reviewed and analyzed technical data for repair parts to determine their interchangeability and reliability with provisioning tools.
  • Maintain repair parts records and identify repair parts using technical publications.
  • Managed inventories and issuance of repair parts specialized/general supplies.
  • Contribute to staff development and operations of supply support data systems, equipment review, salvage and repair parts supply procedures.
  • Played a pivotal role in streamlining operations of supply data systems as well as salvage and repair parts supply procedures.
  • Identified and obtained repair parts by reviewing technical manuals, test equipment, engineering blue print drawings and provisioning documentation.
  • Maintained manual and automated records for requisitioning, receiving, and storing supplies Class IX repair parts and equipment.
  • Maintained repair parts for all equipment for Southern Wisconsin, ordered and maintained inventory for daily and upcoming maintenance.
  • Monitor trends in supply system performance and identify and solve systemic problems in requisition and equipment/repair parts flow.
  • Prepared necessary documentation, tagging and binning for on hand stock of repair parts, equipment and materials.
  • Review and submit credit card and BPA transactions and update repair parts and material issues on programs.
  • Assisted in shipping and receiving, storage process and inventory of Class IX aviation repair parts.
  • Prepared and processed turn-in documents for serviceable and non-serviceable excess repair parts valuing over $500,000.
  • Developed requisitions and managed records of equipment, components, repair parts and related manuals.
  • Inventoried and managed aviation aircraft repair parts and equipment to the sum of $11M.
  • Managed the warehouse while sorting, cataloging, and shipping of repair parts and supplies.
  • Procured repair parts, supplies, and equipment to meet maintenance and operational needs.
  • Packed signal equipment, repair parts, tools and major kits for installations.
  • Inspected, counted and segregated all incoming supplies, equipment and repair parts.
  • Manage 29 repair parts storerooms valued in excess of $150 million.

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29. Property Management

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Here's how Property Management is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Performed and supervise inventory management, storage and preservation, performed quality control, property management stock control and accounting procedures.
  • Monitor and evaluate agency's supply and property management operation according to regulations and policies.
  • Provided guidance to supply personnel regarding logistical matters, property management and the requisition process.
  • Advised and trained four supply personnel on logistical processes, property management and requisitions.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of a property management or supply division.
  • Perform property management, utilization, redistribution and disposal program functions.
  • Learn and teach about acquisitions in property management and administration.
  • Maintained quality control, property management and parts management.
  • Use standard operating procedures and maintain proper property management.
  • Maintained unit supplies and equipment, maintained and operated a supply room, stored and controlled sensitive items and property management.
  • Administered local property management systems such as DPAS, programs and policies consistent with system-wide practices for property management.
  • Assisted in the capital equipment and inventory functions, as assigned by the Procurement Property Management Officer.
  • Manage inventory storage and preservation to ensure quality control, property management, and repair part tracking.
  • Performed data entry and queries in automated property management systems SPBS-R, ULLS S-4, and PBUSE.
  • Develop new performance standards for the Property Management Branch and conduct annual evaluations on all employees.
  • Participate in meetings concerning problems relating to supply, logistics, and property management and controls.
  • Oversee and enforce the regulations and policies associated with the organization s logistics and property management.
  • Performed Quality Control, Property Management, and Repair Parts Maintenance for two Air Mobility Wings.
  • Assigned as Property Management Lead, SCM Deputy and all other previous duties as Supply Technician.
  • Created and maintained a filing system used to track maintenance and property management.

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30. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Operated and maintained petroleum storage, dispensed and distributed hazardous materials and packaged petroleum products.
  • Provided medical supply support to forensic pathologists and assisted in clearing debris and hazardous materials.
  • Cleaned contaminated areas and properly stored any hazardous materials.
  • Facilitated the shipping, receiving, storage, inventory and issuance of wide variety of hazardous materials for the client.
  • Update and keep control books of MSDS sheets for any hazardous materials that are being stored on location.
  • Procured and delivered over $20 million in helicopter blades, tires, petroleum and hazardous materials
  • Maintained running inventory of on hand office supplies, training aids, ammunition and hazardous materials.
  • Identified hazardous materials received, assured proper handling, storage, and emergency response.
  • Certified in handling, proper care, and transporting of hazardous materials.
  • Armor school, Hazardous Materials Handling training, Combat Lifesaver School.
  • Operate 5-ton tractor with 5,000 gallon tanker loaded with hazardous materials.
  • Worked with hazardous materials, heavy vehicles and other heavy equipment.
  • Ensured the safe receipt, storage and movement of hazardous materials.
  • Served as the manager of the Bulk and Hazardous Materials Warehouses.
  • Completed the 80 hour Transportation of Hazardous Materials certification course.
  • Ensured that all hazardous materials were stored in compliance.
  • Inspected and supervised the shipping of Hazardous Materials.
  • Content includes emphasis on United States and international laws and regulations covering transportation of hazardous materials by all modes.
  • Certified as hazardous materials handler and transporter.
  • Loaded, unloaded, and transported ammunitions including high explosives and hazardous materials in support of national conflict.

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31. Stock Items

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Here's how Stock Items is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Organized and recorded stock items manually to verify inventory, which resulted on orderly and easily accessible stocking methods.
  • Managed supply requests, delivering stock items and forwarding non-stock requests to purchasing authority.
  • Reviewed stock items and recommended additions/deletions or changes to inventories.
  • Perform inventory and financial accounting procedures including ordering, receiving, and stocking supplies; locate and catalog stock items.
  • Controlled levels of stock each month by verifying demand and validity of stock items to be maintained.
  • Managed and inspect stock items for wear or defects, reporting any damage to senior leadership.
  • Conduct monthly, quarterly and annually inventory of all hand receipt items and warehouse stock items.
  • Managed operations and expedited 2,569 outstanding stock items, which contributed to 93% supply effectiveness.
  • Inspected and inventoried stock items, entered data, and updated records of outgoing orders.
  • Researched numerous locations for same or similar stock items and centralized to one location.
  • Examined and inspected stock items for wear defect, reporting any damage to supervisors.
  • Generated purchase orders for local purchases of non-stocked or out of stock items.
  • Work with vendors to coordinate deliveries of packaging materials and facility stock items.
  • Received and counted over 30 standard stock items on a monthly basis.
  • Maintained accurate records wrote reports and briefed supervisors of on-hand stock items.
  • Receive and count stock items; record data into computerized database.
  • Reviewed stock items and recommended additions, deletions, and changes.
  • Receive and examine stock items, record data and /or defects.
  • Performed daily inventory of high dollar stock items.
  • Created requisitions for new and additional stock items.

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32. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Perform inspections in accordance with proper army regulations and other organizational processes to ensure compliance.
  • Compiled reports and information required by higher supervisors and governmental agencies to ensure compliance.
  • Audited materials control to ensure compliance with military regulations and company standards.
  • Reviewed and interpreted regulations and directives used to formulate sound policies, disseminate accurate information to the field and ensure compliance.
  • Referred to policy, regulations, codes and guidelines to ensure compliance; skilled in conducting housing and maintenance inspections.
  • Provided direction to logistical subordinate personnel to ensure compliance with all RSC Bragg management policies, plans, and procedures.
  • Conducted cage audits (warehouse) to ensure compliance with unit and individually issued supply.
  • Implement and coordinate supply program functions to ensure compliance with HQDA policies and procedures.
  • Organize and prioritize workload on a daily basis to ensure compliance with command directives.
  • Conducted Inventories, Inspections, and Audits to ensure compliance with Army Doctrine.
  • Weighed or counted items for distribution within plant to ensure compliance to company standards
  • Monitor the scrap recycling program to ensure compliance with policies and directives.
  • Conduct inspections of activities to ensure compliance with Army regulations and standards.
  • Maintained supplies and equipment to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Inspected and evaluated supply activities to ensure compliance with serviceability, destructions and disposal procedures.

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33. Army Supplies

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Here's how Army Supplies is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised and performed task involving the general upkeep and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.
  • General upkeep of all Army supplies and equipment.
  • Received, inspected, unloaded and loaded supplies; as well as general upkeep and maintenance of Army supplies and equipment.
  • Operate unit level computers and tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment.
  • Directed and performed tasks and projects to support the general upkeep and maintenance of Army supplies and equipment.
  • Supervised and performed tasks to maintain proper maintenance of all army supplies, weapons, and equipment.

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34. General Upkeep

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Here's how General Upkeep is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised general upkeep and maintenance of all supplies and equipment used on base.
  • FULL TIME Supervise all general upkeep and maintenance of a company supply room.
  • Supervised and performed the general upkeep and maintenance of all supplies and equipment worth 10 million dollars.
  • Supervised and performed general upkeep and maintenance of all unit supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained the general upkeep and maintenance of all unit supplies and equipment.
  • General upkeep and maintenance of equipment and supplies.

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35. Storage Areas

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Here's how Storage Areas is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Tracked inventory levels and enforced physical security of storage areas.
  • Cleaned and maintained supplies, tools, equipment, storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Inspect storage areas to assure physical security, proper display, labeling of supplies and safety.
  • Unpacked, sorted, and stored items on shelves, bins, or other storage areas.
  • Assisted in the survey and layout of areas allocated for the establishment of ammunition storage areas.
  • Controlled warehouse inventory of products, moved products to quality control and storage areas.
  • Packed and unpacked items stocked on shelves in stockrooms, or storage areas.
  • Assisted with inventory and with stock rotation; cleaned and organized storage areas.
  • Operated forklifts to load and unload supplies from vehicles and storage areas.
  • Maintain cleanliness of storage areas to expedite product retrieval and prevent accidents.
  • Implemented all warehouse operations to include selection of stock and storage areas.
  • Prepared records for and storage areas for military inspection teams.
  • Inventory supplies / equipment in storage areas.
  • Load and unload palletized supplies from determined storage areas; accurately performed inventories and locations surveys, and prepared supply reports.
  • Placed supplies in proper storage areas based on stock level location and description in the Tammis system.
  • Inventory supplies in the main warehouse and patient care storage areas with 100% accuracy.
  • Place supplies in bins or bulk storage areas in accordance with pre-designated locations.
  • Inspected supplies for damage Moved supplies to storage areas.
  • Instructed warehouse personnel in loading, unloading, segregation, dunnage, pelletizing, and selection of stock and storage areas.

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36. Turns-In Organization

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Here's how Turns-In Organization is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Segregated, stored, delivered turns-in organization and installed supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained deliveries and turns-in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Receive, inspect, inventory, store, issue, deliver and turns-in organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
  • Received, inspects, inventories, stores, issues, requisitions, delivers and turns-in organization and installation supplies and equipment.

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37. Material Control

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Here's how Material Control is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Established and maintained electronic and manual records encompassing inventory and material control, financial and supply reporting, and transaction tracking.
  • Attended and completed a revised Material Control and Handling school which outlined new procedures in optimizing aviation logistics.
  • Prepared material control and accounting input for data processing and reviewed output documents.
  • Performed duties associated with hazardous material control and management.
  • Provided purchasing, inventory, packaging, project ship-outs, material control and documentation of all warehouse supplies and material.
  • Conducted annual training for new and existing employees, relative to activities regarding the Material Control System.
  • Performed procurement and material control functions and accounted for government property valued in excess of $28M.
  • Compiled and generated inventory, material control, accounting, supply reports.

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38. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Performed inventories of individual military equipment within the warehouse valued at $500.000K of military property.
  • Received and maintain inventory and accountability for military equipment such as weapons and cargo.
  • Coordinated with truck carriers on loading and delivery schedules of military equipment--dispatcher
  • Maintained direct accountability of $500,000 worth of military equipment and petroleum-based products.
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures, preventive maintenance, and inspections on military equipment.
  • Provide logistical responsibility to over $500,000 worth of sensitive military equipment.
  • Maintained and accounted for military equipment valued at twenty-seven million dollars.
  • Perform inventories and accountability of military equipment.
  • Ordered, maintained inventory of military equipment.
  • Dispatched military equipment both light-wheeled and heavy.
  • Qualified and licensed on various military equipment.
  • Inventory of all military equipment.
  • Packed, sealed, labeled, or affixed postage to prepare military equipment, Vehicles, and Supplies for shipping.
  • Preform investigations, interviews and reports on soldiers that remove, steal, damage or destroy military equipment.
  • Collaborated with movement planners for movement of over $7 million dollars of military equipment out of country.
  • Manage daily operation of fuel system, maintaining of fuel logs, fueling of various military equipment.
  • Maintained military equipment, records and weapon systems and supported the State of Alabama during natural disasters.
  • Assisted in the logistical management and transfer of military equipment during two deployments with no loss.
  • Coordinated signing for, and distributing $1 million dollars' worth of military equipment.
  • Maintain 100% accountability of $50M worth military equipment and weapon system.

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39. Expendable Supplies

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Here's how Expendable Supplies is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Ordered, received and delivered expendable and non-expendable supplies, inventoried installation Property, maintained property book and document registers.
  • Performed duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Supervised duties including receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Accounted for individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Accounted, issued, and stored expendable and non-expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Requisition and distribution of expendable supplies and equipment at the battalion level.
  • Deployed to Iraq; processed requests for expendable and non-expendable supplies.
  • Requested, stored, and preserved expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Organized and installed expendable supplies and equipment.
  • Determined requirements for expandable and nonexpendable supplies and equipment and ensured the availability of a working stock at all times.
  • Prepared requisitions for nonexpendable supplies, and processed disk.

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40. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Managed office supplies and materials including the revision and purchasing of marketing materials as well as the development of collateral materials
  • Control inventory and accountability of office supplies and government property.
  • Monitored and ordered department office supplies.
  • Managed a supply room used as supply distribution point for military training equipment, food, office supplies and other items.
  • Drive around to businesses and take their orders for office supplies and deliver them when the orders come in the following week
  • Received, inspected and inventoried all organizational equipment and supplies daily; office supplies, heavy equipment vehicles and weapons.
  • Provide secretarial support to the management by typing, faxing coping, banking, managing office supplies and equipment.
  • Used the PBUSE inventory computer system to track all incoming and outgoing stock, including office supplies and munitions.
  • Issued all office supplies, and laundry(Bed sheets, Blankets, pillows) and room furniture.
  • Ordered all supplies from tents and televisions to computers and office supplies for a unit 125 personnel.
  • Maintained heavy volume of paperwork and records pertaining to shipping and receiving of medical and office supplies.
  • Ensured supplies for the battalion (field equipment and office supplies) were ordered and maintained.
  • Ordered office supplies for one DCRI building, calculating charges and maintaining them Excel billing logs.
  • Ordered and monitored office supplies and equipment to support the day-to-day operations of the company.
  • Requested, received, processed, and turned-in office supplies and equipment for the unit.
  • Ensured proper maintenance of office equipment and accountability of office supplies with no losses.
  • Maintained the organization and cleanliness of the office supplies section of the store.
  • Trained associates in all facets of office supplies and store and company policies.
  • Requested, received, and issued furniture, aviation, and office supplies.
  • Assisted over 60 military personnel and 10 civilian employees with ordering office supplies.

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41. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Received military intelligence reports on a daily basis and produced PowerPoint presentations to brief commanders on enemy activity.
  • Created and featured weekly PowerPoint presentations to discuss and enforce workplace safety.
  • Created weekly PowerPoint presentations and data reports for leadership.
  • Prepared PowerPoint slides illustrating vehicle fleet tracking system.
  • Prepared PowerPoint for monthly equipment report.
  • Use PowerPoint to provide a clip in meetings to show where supplies are needed and being kept to ensure proper safety.
  • Generated memorandums and reports utilizing numerous Microsoft Office software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint.
  • Use PowerPoint to create slide presentations containing supply data to use in briefings.
  • Performed clerical duties using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
  • Create presentations using MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
  • Prepared numerous Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint documents.
  • Facilitated meetings, submitted weekly reports, briefings and PowerPoint slides
  • Use MS PowerPoint to create briefing slides for presentations.
  • Instructed logistics classes using Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Import information from Excel into a PowerPoint Presentation.
  • Excel, PowerPoint, and Microsoft word.
  • Prepared PowerPoint presentations for higher ranking individuals to show daily supply operations Ordered and picked up mission essential supplies.
  • Supply and demand, used Microsoft programs like excel, word, PowerPoint, publisher, and outlook express.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations, new tracking systems and reports that were praised for their quality, comprehensiveness and timeliness.
  • Provided Information data roll ups and daily reports through MS Office programs (Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.

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42. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Stored and Safeguarded Assets by Army/DOD/Federal Regulations.
  • Execute cross level, ensure demands are captured under the gaining Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC).
  • Formulate, implement, update, and revise material management policies for the Government to coincide with DOD requirements.
  • Provide emergency off-line Materiel Release Orders (MRO) for DOD and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) requirements.
  • Received, inventoried, and processed equipment for The Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC).
  • Collected and prepared payroll and minimum manning information for EDI data-entry inputs and reporting to DoD.
  • Processed property adjustments in accordance with U.S. Army/DOD regulations and the Iraq Property Book Accountability SOP.
  • Report property record discrepancies and adjust property records in accordance with Army/DoD and U.S. Army policy.
  • Insure correct and serviceable are shipped to the correct DODAC and all paperwork is correct.
  • Recorded all DOD Form 1348 documents into the receiving log book on a daily basis.
  • Ensured compliance with DOD directive 5500.7 Standards of conduct requirements reviewing annually for command compliance.
  • Formulate standard operating procedures, performance summaries and reports for the DOD Accountable Officer.
  • Established and maintained a file system for the section in accordance with DOD standards.
  • Demonstrated the ability to analyze and interpret complex DOD, DA policies and regulations.
  • Viewed, interpreted and reconciled acquisition items on procured contracted purchases funded by DODEA.
  • Processed Data Discrepancy Forms, DOD Collaboration Forms and JCL Forms.
  • Managed inventory for the Department of Defense (DOD) products.
  • Ensured commercial vendor pricing was competitive to DOD supply source.
  • Performed warehouse inventories IAW Air Force and DoD policies.
  • Ensured changes complied with DoD requirements.

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43. Equipment Records

low Demand
Here's how Equipment Records is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained equipment records and reviewed incoming shipments verifying quantities received, checked for damage and annotated on document register.
  • Produced hand receipts, processed personal clothing requests, and prepared organizational clothing and individual equipment records.
  • Processed personal clothing requests and prepared individual equipment records.
  • Accustomed to maintaining complete and accurate equipment records.
  • Prepared individual equipment records and organizational clothing.
  • Maintained warehouse inventory equipment records and parts.
  • Prepared supply documents and individual equipment records.
  • Provided technical assistance of equipment records.
  • Maintained individual equipment records for 150 people and reviewed each record for clerical or errors.
  • Maintain equipment records of over 100 personnel with a 90% accountability rate.
  • Used network computer systems and database systems to maintain supply and equipment records.
  • Rendered technical support to equipment records and parts expert.

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44. Physical Counts

low Demand
Here's how Physical Counts is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Verified inventory by comparing records to physical counts of stock, investigating discrepancies to adjust errors.
  • Administer supply room, entering physical counts through PBUSE system.
  • Controlled inventory levels by conducting physical counts; reconciling with data storage system.
  • Reconciled inventory to physical counts; investigated and resolved any variances.
  • Verify inventory computations by comparing them to physical counts of stock, and investigate discrepancies or adjust errors.
  • Inventory: Search and locate, keep track of materials by doing a physical counts when requested.

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45. Technical Guidance

low Demand
Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Reviewed supply program, supply system implementations, and provided technical guidance for remedial actions on all organizational supply related actions.
  • Provide technical guidance in inventory storage and distribution, and on property accountability and automation of warehouse functions.
  • Provided technical guidance to subordinate soldiers in accomplishing duties.
  • Provided technical guidance in areas of supply management.
  • Provide technical guidance to assigned Property Custodians.
  • Provided technical guidance to subordinates, reviewed stock items and recommends additions, deletions, or changes.
  • Supervised up to 6 support staff, and provided technical guidance in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Performed duties shown at preceding level of skill and provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel.
  • Assisted and provided technical guidance to my commander and staff officers on logistical matters.
  • Provided technical guidance to lower grade personnel in garrison and field operations.
  • Provided technical guidance and trained lower grade personnel with problem solving.
  • Provided technical guidance to lower grade personnel.
  • Provided technical guidance and support to quality issues, product specification and non-conformances to Quality Assurance manager and Senior Manager.
  • Complete general clerical procedures; Provided technical guidance in areas of supply management.
  • Provided technical guidance in areas of supply management Reviewed records and documents accuracy Maintained accounting system associated with supply management

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46. Stock Levels

low Demand
Here's how Stock Levels is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Determined stock levels for non-recurring specialized items based on usage.
  • Monitored stock levels and reported stock discrepancies to Inventory Manager.
  • Ensured stock levels, adjust inventory and properly record last locations of items moved by documentation in system and hard copies.
  • Maintained stock levels and ordered items for unit needs upon request using federal supply system software (ULLS and SARS).
  • Projected reorder requirements, based on demand and supported stock levels, expiration dates and thorough knowledge of area requirements.
  • Determined stock levels review and verified quantities received against shipping documents noting and following up as needed with any discrepancies.
  • Tracked parts listing and stock levels through Military Raiders System Deployed to Saudi Arabia during Operation Desert Storm.
  • Ensured that all incoming material was received and added to the stock levels and inventory records were adjusted.
  • Performed a physical inventory of common use supplies by noting low stock levels and orders supplies/restocks accordingly.
  • Maintain stock levels within goals through the use of consistent reorders and the excess material offload program.
  • Inventoried and planned orders to regulate flow of products and to ensure stock levels met daily needs.
  • Evaluated and managed records on stock levels and recommended revisions in stock levels as needed.
  • Performed necessary tasks in maintaining appropriate stock levels of over 17,000 National Stock Numbered items.
  • Evaluated stock levels on shelves and restocked on daily basis to ensure ready availability.
  • Performed monthly inventory checks; ensured the maintenance of stock levels at all times.
  • Ensured that all issues from stock are recorded and stock levels were decremented.
  • Maintained high standards for presentation, in stock levels, and plan-o-grams.
  • Maintained between 95% to 100% inventory stock levels.
  • Conducted weekly inventories to ensure adequate stock levels.
  • Established and revised stock levels for authorized stockage items and determine quantities required to maintain sufficient on-hand items.

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47. Hazmat

low Demand
Here's how Hazmat is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Verified HAZMAT accuracy of specifications, authorization, justification, and compliance with existing regulations.
  • Prepared HAZMAT & Equipment to landfill & HAZARDOUS disposal & DRMO
  • Advanced chemical detection team and HAZMAT safety certified.
  • Receipt and delivery of HAZMAT to VMFA-121.
  • Obtained HAZMAT and CBRN certified.
  • Maintain Shelf-Life, ESD, and HAZMAT programs.
  • Transport civilian/hazmat cargo to and from various military installations.
  • Secured and unloaded a variety of freight, aircraft parts, rockets, equipment, Hazmat, and sensitive electronic equipment.
  • Supplied fuel to vehicles used to transport 187 personnel with zero hazmat violations.
  • Tracked HAZMAT lifecycles using the Air Force Environment Management Information System.
  • Inspected Hazmat equipment and supplies for shipping
  • Reutilized 684 excess assets through the HAZMAT free issue program saving the AW critical O & M funds of $264K.
  • worked with shipping and receiving, Stock, hazmat, local procurement, and with clerical and multiple phone lines.
  • Responded to hazmat spills for clean up and disposal per regulatory standards.

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48. Inventory Computations

low Demand
Here's how Inventory Computations is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Verified inventory computations by comparing them to physical counts of ordinance stock, and investigated discrepancies or adjusted errors.
  • Verified inventory computations by comparing them to physical counts; investigated discrepancies.
  • Verify inventory computations to be stocked on shelves in stockrooms, warehouses, or storage yard.
  • Fort Leonardwood, MO Verified high value inventory computations and investigated discrepancies or adjusted errors with 100% accuracy.
  • Verified inventory computations versus physical counts of stock, and investigated discrepancies and/or adjusted errors.
  • Verified inventory computations and investigated discrepancies.

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49. Annotates Changes

low Demand
Here's how Annotates Changes is used in Supply Specialist jobs:
  • Review and annotates changes to unit material condition status report.
  • Review and annotates changes to unit material condition status Post transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting transaction files.
  • Reviewed and annotates changes to unit material condition status report.
  • Review and annotates changes to unit material condition status report.
  • Coordinate supply activities Reviews and annotates changes to unit material condition status report Stock control and accounting procedure.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Supply Specialist

Property Accountability19.7%
Financial Management Procedures12%
Logistics8.3%
Safety Procedures5.4%
Purchase Card5.1%
Installation Supplies5.1%
Inventory Management4.6%
Inventory Control4.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Supply Specialist

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Property Accountability
Property Accountability
14.6%
14.6%
2
2
Financial Management Procedures
Financial Management Procedures
8.9%
8.9%
3
3
Logistics
Logistics
6.2%
6.2%
4
4
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
4%
4%
5
5
Purchase Card
Purchase Card
3.8%
3.8%
6
6
Installation Supplies
Installation Supplies
3.8%
3.8%
7
7
Inventory Management
Inventory Management
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Small Arms
Small Arms
3.1%
3.1%
10
10
Customer Service
Customer Service
3%
3%
11
11
Organizational Maintenance
Organizational Maintenance
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Security Areas
Security Areas
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Unit Level Computers
Unit Level Computers
2.4%
2.4%
14
14
Combat
Combat
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
2%
2%
16
16
Sensitive Items
Sensitive Items
2%
2%
17
17
Pbuse
Pbuse
1.8%
1.8%
18
18
Commander
Commander
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Hand Receipts
Hand Receipts
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Control Weapons
Control Weapons
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Transaction Files
Transaction Files
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
US Army
US Army
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Medal
Medal
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Stock Record
Stock Record
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Supply Room
Supply Room
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Stock Control
Stock Control
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Repair Parts
Repair Parts
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Property Management
Property Management
1.1%
1.1%
30
30
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.1%
1.1%
31
31
Stock Items
Stock Items
1%
1%
32
32
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
1%
1%
33
33
Army Supplies
Army Supplies
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
General Upkeep
General Upkeep
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Storage Areas
Storage Areas
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Turns-In Organization
Turns-In Organization
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Material Control
Material Control
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Expendable Supplies
Expendable Supplies
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
DOD
DOD
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Equipment Records
Equipment Records
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Physical Counts
Physical Counts
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Technical Guidance
Technical Guidance
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Stock Levels
Stock Levels
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Inventory Computations
Inventory Computations
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Annotates Changes
Annotates Changes
0.5%
0.5%

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