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LAREDO TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC. (LTSi) is a government contracting company in San Antonio, Texas. LTSi is currently submitting a proposal on a contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for 4 (four) individuals that would be interested in a position as a Shipper/Packer Lead at the location listed below; should LTSi win the contract.
You would be a W-2 employee for LTSi and NOT a VA employee.
Please submit your resume and complete the LTSi application at www.laredotechnical.com/jobseekers.
The contract is scheduled to start on April 1, 2023 and to run for 5 (five)-years, unless extended or cancelled by the VA.
(One base year and 4 (four) option years
Title: Shipper/Packer Lead CMOP AZ (Key Personnel) - (4 FTEs)
Location: 3675 E. Britannia Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85706
Job Summary: The Contractor shall provide Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technician and Shipper/Packer services in accordance with the specifications contained herein to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP). The contractor must supply all management, supervision, and labor necessary to provide non-personal staffing services to support operations at the CMOP that is in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP): The CMOP supports all fifty states, Washington D. C., Puerto Rico, and US Territories and processes over 130 million prescriptions per year. Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP) located in Ladson SC. supports all fifty states, Washington D. C., Puerto Rico, and US Territories and processes over 15 million prescriptions per year
The CMOP utilizes a combination of automated and manual procedures to prepare and dispense Over-The-Counter (OTC) and legend drug prescriptions, controlled substance prescriptions, bulk type prescriptions, and medical/surgical products directly by mail to patients. The nature of services includes the operation and support of automated and manual filling equipment, and the preparation of prescription orders for mail-out dispensing.
The following are average weekly production rates for prescriptions:
Tucson: 410,000. Average production rates can vary widely from day to day and week to week based on a variety of factors such as inclement weather, staffing shortages, workload transfer, and system malfunctions.
Period of Performance: This contract is scheduled to begin April 1, 2023 and is scheduled to end on March 31, 2028, unless extended or terminated by the VA.
Current Hours of Operation/Scheduling (Hours are in local time zones):
Tucson: 6:00 AM 12:00 AM (midnight) (staggered start times) Monday through Friday
Future operational hours may change, increase, or decrease, to include expansion to evening, weekend, or split shifts, based on workload demand or operational contingencies to include, but not be limited to, inclement weather, equipment failures, local, state, or Federal emergencies, workload transfers, and staffing shortages.
Overtime may be required throughout the life of the contract, but is NOT guaranteed.
Personnel Qualifications and Duties:
Shipper/Packer Leads shall have three (3) years of managerial experience doing work of a similar nature.
Shipper/Packers Leads shall have demonstrated experience in directing work assignments for other contractor staff, communication skills and interpersonal skills for effective peer interactions.
Shipper/Packer Leads shall be able to be cross trained to cover other assigned areas, as needed.
Have a high school diploma or GED.
Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills with coworkers and staff.
Have basic typing skills, PC computer skills, working knowledge of MS Office.
Must read, understand, speak, and write English fluently under the authority of U.S.C. 7402(d) and 7407(d).
Must be able to lift to 50 pounds when required; push or pull up to 150 pounds on a rolling cart or using a pallet jack.
Able to sit/stand for long periods of time (8-10 hours) and being able to lift totes weighing up to 30 pounds repetitively.
Must be able to understand the precautions required when handling hazardous materials and hazardous waste.
Supervisory tasks include day to day administration of assigned operational area (production floor) and to coordinate activities with other production areas.
Orient new contract technicians and assist with the evaluating performance.
Contractor Personnel Security Requirements
All Contractor employees who require access to the Department of Veterans Affairs computer systems must be the subject of a background investigation. This requirement is applicable to all subcontractor personnel requiring the same access. If the investigation is not completed prior to the start date of the contract, the contractor will be responsible for the actions of those individuals they provide to perform the work for VA under this contract.
Background Investigation The level of background investigation commensurate with the required level of access is National Agency Check with Written Inquiries.
Must be a U.S. citizen, or must be otherwise lawfully admitted to, and working in the United States, and are able to read, understand, speak, and write English fluently.
Employee must submit the any or all of the following documents to the LTSi Facility Security Officer in support of the background investigation process:
Standard Form 85P, Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions
Standard Form 85P-S, Supplemental Questionnaire for Selected Positions
FD 258, U.S. Department of Justice Fingerprint Applicant Chart
VA Form 0710, Authority for Release of Information Form
Optional Form 306, Declaration for Federal Employment
Optional Form 612, Optional Application for Federal Employment
Must receive a favorable determination by the government to be considered for employment under this contract. If favorable determination is not granted, employee will be withdrawn from consideration of employment.
Each contractor employee that has access to VA facilities or systems must complete a Special Agreement Check (SAC) Worksheet and deliver to the VA office responsible for fingerprinting and processing the Contractor employee(s). The Contracting Officers Representative (COR) will provide instructions to the contractor regarding the local procedures for fingerprinting and obtaining a Security Badge or PIV card.
After completion of the fingerprint check, the Contracting Officer (KO) will notify the contractor company, in writing, if any Contractor employee is determined to be unsuitable to be given access to a government facility or VA system. If so notified, the contractor company must not allow such employees to perform work on this contract.
Security Badge or PIV Cards
VA will issue a Security Badge or PIV Card to each contractor employee who is to be given routine, unescorted access to VA facilities or access to VA systems and does not already possess a Security Badge or PIV Card. VA will not issue the Security Badge or PIV Card until the contractor employee has successfully cleared the FBI National Criminal History Fingerprint Check.
Security Badge or PIV Cards must identify individuals as contractor employees. Contractor employees must always display their Security Badge or PIV Cards on their persons while working in a VA facility and must present their cards for inspection upon request by VA officials or VA security personnel.
Cell phone use is not permitted on production floors. Contractor personnel are required to adhere to local facility policies regarding cell phone use and electronic devices.
In the performance of this contract, contract employees must be neat, clean, well groomed, and must otherwise exercise good personal hygiene, in accordance with the supported CMOP policies. Attire must not interfere with the tasks associated with the job or pose a safety hazard to Contractor employees. Appropriate attire must be worn at all times. The Contractor must be responsible for assuring that contract staff adheres to CMOP dress code to include the wearing of apparel identifying them as an LTSi Contractor employee.
Personal Protective Equipment
The CMOP will provide disposable personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by OSHA for specific job functions as well as training on wear and use. Items provided must be worn by contract personnel to maintain OSHA standards and compliance. Steel toe safety shoes may be required in some facilities for some functions and will be the responsibility of the contractor. Steel toe caps and slip-on protective footwear will be made available by CMOP. Steel toe caps and/or slip-on protective footwear are not considered disposable. Contract personnel will be required to turn in damaged or worn-out protective footwear in exchange for new replacements.