Leidos is looking to improve and advance our organization. Our program is focused on the delivery (IT) technology solution to our Centers of Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) customer where we are challenged to provide ongoing innovative and seamless experience while using CMS systems, applications and solutions, provide proactive secure development of IT integrations, concepts, and designs across the CMS enterprise. We foster a positive end-user experience while ensuring protection of the data.
As Warehouse Technician you will work closely with the Leidos Warehouse SR person and other program team members and will be responsible for planning, scheduling and managing movement of materials from receipt of materials in warehouse to deploying inventory into production. You will be responsible for planning and managing material movement with purchasing, asset management and the field technicians deploying assets into the customer environment.
Responsible, to include, but not limited to:
- Manage the inventory of all IHCCS materials stored in the warehouse.
- Organize and maintain warehouse equipment and materials in a neat, clean and orderly fashion.
- Pulling and preparing products for shipment, ensuring that exact number and type of products is loaded and shipped.
- Perform asset picking duties in an efficient manner.
- Monitor inventory levels to ensure that proper stock levels are maintained to support customer and the program needs.
- Receive parts, maintain inventory, and check-out parts as needed to Technicians and Engineers.
- Responsible for loading and unloading shipments.
- This position involves frequent lifting of materials and products up to 75 pounds.
- Required to keep precise records of all commodities going in and out of company.
- Perform all functions related to inbound and outbound shipments of materials received and shipped by the company, which includes adding the materials to pallets, preparing the pallets for shipment, verifying correct material amounts prior to shipping, the creation and tracking of packing slips, unloading trucks, inspecting material for damage, reviewing paperwork, and in-checking materials.
- Maintain a spare parts inventory in the warehouse.
- Work closely with the procurement and asset management teams to plan for receiving and shipping products on time in accordance with project schedules.
- Administer property management within the warehouse and work closely with the program Asset Manager to ensure continual accountability of government, and company property in accordance with applicable FAR and government regulations or corporate policy.
- Maintain property accountability records, determines condition, and arranges disposal of surplus or obsolete material or equipment.
- Provide support for all shipments, excess, and storage, and acknowledge all deliveries of accountable-property, and update information in the centralized database to maintain database integrity.
- Perform contracting activities, to include initiating and maintain government property disposition process and documentation requirements.
- Provide superior customer service support.
- Provide backup support for Leidos Data Release
- Escort Leidos, contractors and the CMS Customer upon request
- High school diploma or equivalent with 2-4 years of prior relevant experience.
- Must be proficient and effectively manage the storage of materials and the management of stock control, accounting warehousing, location surveys and inventories.
- Strong inventory control skills.
- Knowledge of warehouse operations best practices.
- Experience in record keeping in the Service Now ITSM tool, a plus.
- Experience with and ability to operate material handling equipment.
- Must be capable of repetitive lifting of up to 75 lbs. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
- Must be capable of sitting, standing, and walking for extended periods of time.
- Must be capable of bending over for extended periods.
- Strong sense of urgency; flexibility in meeting deadlines.
- Strong attention to detail and quality.
- Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check and obtain Public Trust Clearance.
All candidates supporting the CMS programs must have lived in the United States at least three (3) out of the last five (5) years prior in order to be considered.