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Commissary Manager


Finance, Administration
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Commissary Manager - General

The Commissary Manager - Under the supervision of the Time Unit Leader, the Commissary Manager is responsible for commissary operations and security.



Commissary Manager - Specific Responsibilities

The major responsibilities of the Commissary Manager are:

  • Review Common Responsibilities.

  • Set up and provide commissary operations to meet incident needs.

  • Establish and maintain adequate security for commissary.

  • Request commissary stock through the Supply Unit Leader.

  • Maintain a complete record of commissary stock including invoices for material received, issuance records, transfer records, and closing inventories.

  • Maintain the commissary issue record by crews and submit records to the Time Recorder during or at the end of each operational period. 

  • Use proper agency forms for all record keeping. 

  • Complete forms according to agency specification.

  • Ensure that all records are closed out and commissary stock is inventoried and returned to the Supply Unit prior to demobilization.

  • Maintain Activity Log (DOCX)

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