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Receiving and Distribution Manager


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Receiving and Distribution Manager - General

The Receiving and Distribution Manager - is responsible for receiving and distributing of all supplies and equipment (other than primary resources) and the service and repair of tools and equipment. The Receiving and Distribution Manager reports to the Supply Unit Leader.



Receiving and Distribution Manager - Specific Responsibilities

The major responsibilities of the Receiving and Distribution Manager are:

  • Review Common Responsibilities

  • Order required personnel to operate supply area.

  • Organize the physical layout of the supply area.

  • Establish procedures for operating the supply area.

  • Set up a filing system for receiving and distributing supplies and equipment.

  • Maintain inventory of supplies and equipment.

  • Develop security requirement for supply area.

  • Establish procedures for receiving supplies and equipment.

  • Submit necessary reports to the Supply Unit Leader.

  • Notify Ordering Manager of supplies and equipment received.

  • Provide necessary supply records to Supply Unit Leader.

  • Maintain Activity Log (DOCX).

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