Supply administration and operations specialist perform every facet of ground supply administration and operations. These Marines must be able to accomplish the technical duties in retail and wholesale supply accounting within every Marine Corps activity and unit. They operate personal computers, multimedia data entry, scanning and retrieval systems functions, generate routine reports, and perform technical research functions for customer inquiries, in addition to requisition and procurement processing. They maintain and prepare necessary accounting and supply documents, maintain custody records, perform reconciliations, and take timely action to ensure corrective action of problem areas. They solve data output interpretation problems or contact appropriate sources to resolve questionable areas.

MOS 3044 is a lateral move MOS which requires basic Contingency contract specialists perform various duties incident to the acquisition of supplies and nonpersonal services purchased via open market from commercial and government sources. Marines in this MOS must have the ability to interact with DOD civilians, civilians in the private sector, and/or work independently. Marines must also have the ability to be objective in applying procurement laws, regulations and policies, and apply best business practices in performance of daily duties.

Intermediate contingency contract specialist performs various duties incident to the acquisition of supplies and nonpersonal services purchased via the open market from commercial and government sources. Marines in this MOS must have the ability to interact with DOD civilians, civilians in the private sector, and/or work independently. Marines must also have the ability to be objective in applying procurement laws, regulations and policies, and apply best business practices in performance of daily duties.

Advanced Contingency Contract Specialist performs various duties incident to the acquisition of supplies and nonpersonal services purchased via the open market from commercial and government sources. Marines in this MOS must have the ability to interact with DOD civilians, civilians in the private sector, and/or work independently. Marines must also have the ability to be objective in applying procurement laws, regulations and policies, and apply best business practices in performance of daily duties.

Warehouse clerks perform various duties which include receiving, inspecting, locating, storing, rotating, safekeeping, issuing, preparing, shipping, material return and disposal of supplies and equipment as relates to ground supply operations. These clerks maintain personal computer and mainframe locator systems, conduct inventories, maintain records
of subcustody principal end items, monitor shelf life items through CD ROM and the mainframe support systems, and input data entry transactions and retrieval of historical records. They maintain hand held optical character recognition scanners, devices, and multimedia retrieval systems. These Marines are licensed to operate MHE (forklifts, tractors, etc.) and operate bulk and small parts conveyer systems used in warehousing operations. They identify packaging requirements and ensure items are maintained as required; comply with fire and safety regulations; use protective measures for items in
storage, including open storage lots and hazardous materials storage areas; establish field supply support areas. Use detailed technical data from the Federal Logistics System in the care and storage program; develop storage space requirements; and store materiel per weight, cube, and clearance factors by categories of supply.

Packaging specialists plan, supervise, train, and perform various duties pertaining to the preparation and packaging of various types of material for movement or shipment by common carriers. Tasks include cleaning, drying, preserving, packing, marking, and materiel consolidation and unitization. Through additional training received at formal and follow on training schools and on-the-job training, packaging specialists become proficient in facilities management, materiel management processes and procedures applicable to the protection of material from deterioration and/or physical damage. They are further instructed in the use of motorized materiel handling equipment and the operation of labor saving devices and machinery to accomplish packaging operations. Administrative activities involve the establishment of quality control functions to be used to meet materiel-processing requirements, and processing forms used in the packaging, warehousing, and transportation operations. Packaging specialists are required to know or be familiar with all State, Federal, and Department of Defense regulations governing the preparation and transportation of all classes of material (to include the preparation of associated forms and certifications) for shipment by contract carrier.

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