CBAI & Associates

Supply Technician

Job ID
Logistics Management
Regular Full-Time


CBAIA is seeking a Supply Technician to provide Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS) support at Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Barstow, CA.


  • Provide on-site Logistic Support which includes inventory management, Stock Issue, Stock receiving, and data entry.
  • Must be able to perform stock issue functions.
  • Coordinate transfer of Depot Level Repairs (DLR) and Principle End Items (PEI) to the Maintenance Center or Commercial Repair Facilities as required for repair.
  • Perform requirement processing functions.
  • Ensure consistency and appropriate cross-referencing for both newly entered and previously entered data.
  • Input screening requests into Fedlog to obtain logistics data on existing national stock numbers. 
  • Conduct research of catalog databases to locate cost effective, available substitutes and new products.
  • Receive incoming material.
  • Conduct causative research on NSN mismatches and correct data within the GCSS-MC/DPAS database.
  • Perform Data entry functions.
  • Verify data accuracy to all related property records.
  • Review property record adjustments for accuracy and completeness.
  • Prepare and process daily Recurring Status Report, Receipt Exception Listing, and Inbound Receipt Report.
  • Input receipt, issues, inventory and shipping documents into DPAS.
  • Plan, organize, schedule, and conduct material inventories as well as conducting location reconciliation actions to resolve all discrepancies.



  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • 1-3 years of supply technician experience. Marine Corp supply operations knowledge is desired.
  • Experience with and knowledge of USMC supply, inventory, and warehouse procedures is a preferred.
  • Must be able to obtain a government Common Access Card (CAC).


            Position Status: This is a full-time, temporary position to fulfill a surge a requirement.


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