MAJOR DUTIES: (Detailed duties are on the Position Description)
position is located in the Air National Guard, Mission Support Group, Logistics
Directorate, Supply Branch Readiness Squadron, Materiel
Management Flight, Asset Management Section. The primary purpose of this position is to
provide management control, oversight, coordination, and implementation of the
base "HAZMAT Pharmacy" program and operation. This position facilities the primary mission
of receiving, distributing, tracking, reporting, and serving as the primary
point of contact for base hazardous materials. Serves as a technical advisor to the Wing
Commander, staff, and base personnel regarding hazardous materials. A broad knowledge of general supply, storage,
distribution, and inventory specializations is required; in addition to a
knowledge of Federal, State, and USAF safety and environmental rules and
regulations to ensure regulatory compliance
-- Manages, controls,
oversees, coordinates and implements the base HAZMAT
Pharmacy program and
function. Provides day-to-day management and oversight of assigned personnel
and monitors daily HAZMAT operations and activities. Reviews computer-generated
listings; coordinates office budget requirements; and provides work assignment,
guidance, and direction to lower-graded personnel. Coordinates with avariety of
functional elements, personnel, and off-base contacts to accomplish assigned
mission. Serves as a technical advisor
to the Wing Commander regarding the hazardous materials program and issues; and
serves as a member of the HAZMAT Planning Team, the Environmental Protection
Committee, and as an advisor to the base Safety Counsel.
-- Identifies new HAZMAT and customer requirements.
Controls IEX-coded materials, processes and approves customer requests, enrolls
new customers, requisitions hazardous materials, performs research, verifies
data, etc. Receives, issues, stores, and ships hazardous materials. Determines storage requirements, arrangement
of materials, and space utilization required. Uses safe and secure storage and distribution
practices to ensure maximum protection of workforce personnel and the
environment. Processes approvals, rejects, denials, waivers, or terminations;
and provides interchangeable or substitute stock items.
processes local or special purchase requests, if required. Utilizes the Government Purchase Card (GPC)
for all local purchase requirements, and performs a monthly reconciliation of
all purchases and expenditures. Manages
shop excess, performs shelf life inspections, coordinates stock level adjustments,
and distributes inventory listings to appropriate users. Develops, replenishes, and monitors stock
levels. Maintains listing of partially
consumed hazardous materials or "free issue" items. Stocks, inventories, and
tracks deployable HAZMAT kits before and after deployments. Maintains accountability of hazardous
materials owned by visiting units.
-- Develops and
conducts HAZMAT training to managerial, supervisory, and base personnel.
Develops lesson plans, course materials and schedules and conducts training.
-- Conducts worksite
visits, identifies customer concerns, and determines materials usage. Makes
recommendations to improve customer service and provides follow-up as required.
-- Gathers and compiles information for reports to
Federal, State, USAF, and/or ANG agencies regarding program status, HAZMAT item
status, compliance issues, budget information, etc