Warehouse Examiner Salt Lake City, UT
In Warehouse Examiner, you will serve as a warehouse inspector for Agricultural Marketing Services (AMS), Fair Trade Practices Program (FTPP), and Warehouse Commodity Management Division (WCMD). You will be responsible for performing warehouse inspections and inspection reviews to support the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC), the Uniform Grain and Rice Storage Agreement (UGRSA), and the United States Warehouse Act (USWA).
- The responsibilities described apply to all performance levels. In the developmental grades, the scope of homework will be more limited, with less independence and complexity.
- Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
- Perform various warehouse inspections (original, follow-up, revised and special).
- Ensure that warehouse operations are performed in accordance with US warehouse laws or other storage agreements.
- Acting as a technical consultant for USWA applications, explaining contract terms for storage and processing of government-owned or loaned commodities.
- Review inspection/audit reports to determine compliance with USWA and/or applicable storage agreements.
- Verify that the warehouse operator’s records and receipts comply with the requirements of regulations, storage agreements and/or contracts.
- Prepare an inspection report detailing the area covered, adverse conditions, required corrective actions, and the status of each measure required by the warehouse operator.
- Plan warehouse inspection activities.
- Need to travel
- 76% or higher-you may need to travel for this position.
1850 Agricultural Warehouse Inspection Series
Warehouse Examiner Conditions:
- You must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national.
- Men born after December 31, 1959, must register for military service or be exempted.
- Depends on satisfactory verdicts of background checks and/or fingerprint checks.
- Successfully complete the one-year trial period, unless previously served.
- Direct deposit: According to Public Law 104-134, all federal employees must make federal payments to their financial institutions through direct deposit.
- Successfully passed the E-Verify employment verification inspection. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit https://www.e-verify.gov/.
- The selected candidates will receive a pre-employment medical declaration and/or examination.
- A valid state driver’s license is required when applying.
You must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national.
Men born after December 31, 1959, must register for military service or be exempted.
Depends on satisfactory verdicts of background checks and/or fingerprint checks.
Successfully complete the one-year trial period, unless previously served.
Direct deposit: According to Public Law 104-134, all federal employees must make federal payments to their financial institutions through direct deposit.
Successfully passed the E-Verify employment verification inspection. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit https://www.e-verify.gov/.
The selected candidates will receive a pre-employment medical declaration and/or examination.
A valid state driver’s license is required when applying.
Applicants must meet all qualifications and eligibility requirements, including grade restrictions, professional experience, and/or education, by the announcement deadline, as defined below.
Tier time: Current federal employees applying for promotion must meet the 52-week Tier Time (TIG) requirement, which is the next lower level of service in the normal promotion path of the filled position.
Education: Undergraduate and postgraduate education: including at least 24 semesters of marketing, economics, business administration, agriculture, accounting, engineering, business, transportation or related courses.
Experience: Professional experience (applicable to positions above GS-5): Examples of qualified professional experience include:
The manager or supervisory officer of an agricultural product storage facility. Experience must include responsibility for the receipt, care, and delivery of agricultural products and the issuance of warehouse receipts.
Federal or state warehouse inspectors are responsible for inspecting agricultural storage facilities.
An auditor, accountant, or bookkeeper employed by an agricultural product storage facility.
Agricultural employees who participate in commodity loan inspections, farm storage facility inspections, and warehouse record inspections and verifications.
Work as a licensee under the U.S. Grain Standards Act and check the condition and grade of grains in accordance with the official standards of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
And; must meet the following conditions:
Driver’s License-Must have or be able to obtain a valid driver’s license.
Medical requirements-If selected for this position, a medical examination is required.
Your applicant package needs the following documents to be complete. Our office is not responsible for incompatible software, failures or downtime of your system, etc. Encrypted files are not accepted. Failure to submit the required and clear documents may result in loss of consideration.
The resume includes:
1) personal information such as name, address, and contact information;
2) academic qualifications;
3) detailed work experience related to the position described in the main responsibilities, including work schedule, weekly working hours, and date of employment; title, Series, level (if applicable);
4) the telephone numbers of all supervisors and whether they can be contacted; and
5) Other qualifications.
If education is required or used to qualify, you must submit a copy of the college transcript. If you include your name and all course information, an unofficial copy is sufficient. If you are selected, you need to provide an official transcript before going to work. Education must be obtained from an accredited institution.
The education completed at a foreign institution must include an assessment conducted by an organization that interprets foreign educational programs, which is considered equivalent to an accredited U.S. education program.
For more information, see Foreign Education Evaluation. All transcripts must be in English or include an English translation. Current and previous occupations/occupations.
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