Army Reserve Materials Management Technician

Army Reserve Canadian Armed Forces
Published
September 6, 2022
Location
4007 Sandwich St Windsor ON N9C 1C3, Windsor, Canada
Job Type

Description

In order to apply for this position, you MUST meet three basic criteria:

  • You MUST have 15 high school credits (Grade 10 in Ontario)*
  • You MUST be between 16 and 56 years old*
  • You MUST be a Canadian Citizen. Permanent Residents cannot apply.*

You will be required to join the Canadian Armed Forces Army Reserve to be employed in this position.

This is NOT a civilian placement.

**Please note that in accordance with the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) regulations, there is a requirement to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to receive employment with the CAF. If you are not vaccinated and choose not to get the vaccine, you will be ineligible to join the CAF. If this is the case for you, please let us know as soon as possible so we can close your application. Furthermore, those who have a legitimate medical contraindication or those who provide legitimate grounds protected against discrimination under the Canadian Human Rights Act, including religion, can request for accommodation. Please make it known as soon as possible if you are requesting an accommodation. Individuals requesting accommodation will have their matter reviewed as part of the application process.**

Materials Management Technicians ensure that all of the supplies and services necessary for Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) operations are available where and when they are required. They handle a variety of items such as food, fuel, heavy machinery, spare parts, stationery and clothing.

The primary responsibilities of Materials Management Technicians are to:

  • Manage the purchasing, warehousing, shipping, receiving, stock control and disposal of obsolete stock and equipment
  • Receive, handle and prepare items for shipment
  • Operate military vehicles weighing up to 10 tones and materials-handling equipment such as forklifts
  • Process invoices and prepare shipping documents
  • Order material from internal and external sources and purchase supplies
  • Deliver supplies and provide services to operational units
  • Perform record keeping, stock taking and inventory control
  • Maintain accounting and financial records
  • Process and coordinate repair and disposal functions

Supply Technicians working with the Army participate in operation and training with combat teams, including such duties as driving and maintaining vehicles.

Online Information package:

Canadian Army Reserves in Windsor and Chatham

Online Information package (Co-Op)

Army Reserve Co-Op

 

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