KBR LCIV OIR: Logistics Warehouse General Foreman / Class 1 Yard in Iraq
Title: LCIV OIR: Logistics Warehouse General Foreman
/ Class 1 Yard
Job Number: 1069971
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.
Logistics Warehouse General Foreman – Class 1 Yard
Receives, checks in, and issues materials in support of construction and maintenance activities. Responsible for warehouse layout planning, establishment of document files, preparation of required documents and reports. Maintains inventories and completes records. Ensures proper planning, receipt, storage, and issue of all project material and the control of project furnished small tools and third party rentals. Under direct supervision, assigned daily work. May explain instructions and documentation to plan work activities. Helps coordinate movement of materials and equipment to work locations and sets up work site. Completes and reviews records, maintains tools and equipment, and performs various clean up activities. Job may require moderate to heavy lifting. Observes and follows all safety rules and procedures, including wearing required personal safety equipment. Requires a high school diploma or equivalent and 5
years of experience.
Responsible for receiving, storing, issuing, inventory management and security of dining facility rations and supplies. Will assure all food storage equipment and facilities are properly maintained and the food storage areas are clean and organized.
• Technical Bulletin Medical (TB MED) 530
• Department of Army Pamphlet (DA PAM) 30-22
• Kellogg Brown & Root Standard Operating Procedure (KBR SOP) 3B
• Twenty-one (28) Day Continuity of Operations (CONOPS) Menu
• Technical Manual (TM) 10-412 Armed Forces Recipe Cards
• Kellogg Brown & Root Standard Operating Procedure (KBR SOP) 3E, 3F AFMIS/STORES
• Food Service Operation Desk Top Processes
• Assure appropriate and required levels of approval are obtained for all actions.
• Check that the truck paperwork and seals match.
• Check the internal temperature meter upon opening the reefer trailer to ensure the load was at the prescribed temperature during transport.
• If truck contents are not at the proper temperature, then inform the military to verify/advise on disposition of the load. Take pictures of anything that will be discarded and have military veterinarian annotate and sign on delivery note. Remove items to be surveyed from manifest.
• Check the truck manifest to ensure all items are delivered and in satisfactory condition.
• Check product expiration dates.
• Deliver all delivery/driver documents to Food Service Stores.
• TSTI training will be conducted and documented at the start of each shift to include safety, security, hygiene and sanitation.
• Participate in pre-shift Food Production meeting held with key KBR and Subcontractor Food Production personnel.
• Notify Food Service Supervisor, Sous Chef and Administrative Associate of any ration shortages and overstock items for proper menu planning.
• Conduct frequent “storage area walks, inside and outside of facility” throughout shift to check for adherence to standards, sanitation/litter issues, equipment problems and safety issues. Look for leaking items, open and exposed products, check expiration dates, make sure all products are fit for consumption, check cold storage temperatures and assure containers are clean and organized.
• Assure Temperature Checks are conducted three times daily and annotated on Temperature Log. Notify Food Service Supervisor of any equipment deficiencies
Must be fluent in English
Must possess passport book (not passport card) with at least 15 months of remaining validity AND with at least 6 blank visa/stamp pages remaining
Must possess driver’s license with at least 6 months of remaining validity
It should be understood that employment may be located in potentially dangerous areas, including combat or war zones. This might involve the possibility of suffering harm by dangerous forces or friendly fire. These dangers are inherent to working conditions in a dangerous environment.
Job: Logistics Support