KBR Project E: Warehouseman (Contingency Hire) in Virginia

Title: Project E: Warehouseman (Contingency Hire)

Location: US-Virginia

Job Number: 1069125

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.



Job Description:

Rapid assimilation of the methods used in processing materials in and out of the Government’ supply system; the methods used in verifying types and quantities of items against receiving and shipping documentation

Match specific item identification data such as nomenclature, stock or part number, letter and number codes, quantity and units of issue on containers and stock locations with those on receiving reports and various other forms

Palletizing, stacking and otherwise placing and arranging items in storage locations in consideration of their size, shape, weight, quantity, type, stock number, letter and number codes, and other storage factors

Understanding and following the procedures for removing material from storage and assembling for shipment or issue in consideration to quantities, units of issue, and types of items shown on issue requests

Have thorough knowledge and experience in traditional warehousing and materiel movement methodologies (receiving, storage, issue, shipping, materiel handling and distribution)

On occasion, it may be required for the Warehouseman to drive a Government vehicle (requires Class C License). They shall be required to read and sign a statement of understanding for the rules and regulations regarding the use of government vehicles



The individuals shall possess the capabilities and expertise to perform the duties and tasks covered in this contract and specifically shall have at least two (2) years of experience in warehousing and materiel handling and operation of all types of Material Handling Equipment. The individuals shall be familiar with the following: moving heavy equipment, ability to load and unload trucks, manually stacking, palletizing, arranging, and rotating items according to height, width, and weight instructions. They shall possess the skills necessary to properly load, strap, consolidate, and secure truckloads.

Currently holds or ability to successfully receive/maintain TS/SCI clearance with a Polygraph

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