The Logistics Coordinator is responsible for managing training logistics associated with training at WSRI's National Center for Medical Readiness (NCMR) to ensure a smooth delivery of training and property/equipment accountability. This includes assistance with developing and setting up training zones for events related to the Tech Warrior Enterprise and additional indoor/outdoor instructional classes for the Department of Defense. Additionally, this position will support other medical/fire/rescue/military training events to include EMT instruction, moulage for live actors and delivery coordination for specialized training items. The Logistics Coordinator will also assist in the development of new training zones and assist in maintaining NCMR's perimeter to keep out trespassers.
- Bachelor’s Degree with 3 years related experience OR HS Diploma with 10 years related experience of which 4 years is in the military
-Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and databases is required. -Must have strong oral and written communication skills. -Preferred background in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) or Fire-Fighting
- Bachelor’s Degree -Prior military experience or ability to translate military requirements to civilian training environment. -Forklift experience and CDL
Essential Functions and percent of time::
65% -Responsible to implement logistics accountability and tracking for entire Tech Warrior Cache of supplies. -Annual and periodic inventory. -Ensure maintenance historical records are maintained. - construct training scenarios/scenes and organize supplies using forklift.
-Industrial warehouse and the tactical training areas at NCMR. Some office work as needed.
Special Contract terms and conditions of employment apply. Length of contract is one year, renewable, contingent upon funding.
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