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Materiel Management Technician (Air Force Reserve)

Canadian Armed Forces

This is a Contract position in Montreal, QC posted January 20, 2023.

OVERVIEW Materiel Management Technicians ensure that all of the supplies and services necessary for Royal Canadian Air Forces (RCAF) operations are available when and where they are required.

They handle a variety of items such as food, fuel, heavy machinery, spare parts, stationery and clothing.

The primary responsibilities of Materiel 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 tons 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 recordkeeping, stocktaking and inventory control Maintain accounting and financial records Process and coordinate repair and disposal functions WORK ENVIRONMENT Materiel Management Technicians work at all RCAF locations in Canada and on international deployments.

Basic Military Qualification The first stage of training is the Basic Military Qualification course, or Basic Training, It is conducted at Aldershot, Nova Scotia; Borden, Ontario; or Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec.

This training provides the basic core skills and knowledge common to all occupations.

One of the goals of this course is to ensure that all recruits maintain the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) physical fitness standard; as a result, the training is physically demanding but achievable.

Basic Occupational Qualification Training Materiel Management Technicians attend the Canadian Forces Logistics Training Centre in Borden, Ontario.

Training takes approximately 70 days at the apprentice level and covers the following topics within the CAF supply system: Action customer inquiries Requesting, receiving, issuing and warehousing materiel Processing of materiel for repair and disposal Use of materiel handling aids Processing issues and receipts Preservation and packaging of materiel Supply-related administrative and support functions Process clothing, footwear, for issues, returns or exchanges Available Specialty Training Materiel Management Technicians may be offered the opportunity to develop specialized skills through formal courses and on-the-job training, including: Instructional Techniques Control of Hazardous Material Hazardous Material Packaging Available Advanced Training As they progress in their career, Materiel Management Technicians who demonstrate the required ability and potential will be offered advanced training.

Available courses include: Military Contracts Internal Audit Procedures Personnel Management Material Management Budget Management Business Planning Process Required Education The minimum required education to apply for this job is the completion of the provincial requirements for Grade 10 or Secondary IV in Quebec.

Foreign education may be accepted.

Serve Part Time with the Reserve Force This position is available for part-time employment with the Primary Reserve at all RCAF Wings and Squadrons across Canada.

Reserve Force members usually serve part time at an Air Force Wing in their community, and may serve while going to school or working at a civilian job.

They are paid during their training.

They are not posted or required to do a military move.

However, they can volunteer to move to another location.

They may also volunteer for deployment on a military mission within or outside Canada.

Reserve Force Training Reserve Force members are trained to the same level as their Regular Force counterparts.

They usually begin training with their home unit to ensure that they meet the required basic professional military standards.

Following basic military training, the home unit will arrange for additional training for specialized skills.

Training for Material Management Technicians takes about 70 days and is conducted at the Canadian Forces School of Administration and Logistics in Borden, Ontario.

Reserve Working Environment Reserve Force members usually serve part-time with their home unit, although they may also serve in full-time positions at some units for fixed terms, depending on the type of work that they do.

They are paid 92.8% of Regular Force rates of pay, receive a reasonable benefits package and may qualify to contribute to a pension plan.

Please note that this position is recruiting across Canada, not limited to the listed Province.

This job is available in multiple locations and may require relocation.

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