Army

68J:Medical Logistics Specialist (68J)

These specialists receive, store, record, and issue Army medical supplies. They are also involved with ordering stock, restocking, and performing QA for said supplies


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

Army Medical Logistics Specialist control all aspects of ordering, receiving and storing medical supplies and equipment. The medical supplies that they order go directly to Army medical facilities for use by doctors and other medical staff in the treatment of patients or soldiers in the field. Individuals in this MOS must be familiar with the proper handling of medication and food supplies. They must follow all procedures for stock control, accounting, shipping, receiving and storing. Any items that are needed in a medical facility will be ordered by Medical Logistics Specialist. Items range from basic medical dressing to X-Ray machines.

Military Duties Translated:

Individuals can use their skills to work in warehouses or stock rooms for inventory control and loading/offloading product. They can also find positions as Logistics Coordinators, Logistics Manager or Distribution Manager in a variety of different fields. Pay for these positions vary widely based on the job title and location. The Army provides certification training that can be GI Bill funded and assists with both promotions in the Army and civilian career opportunities outside of the Army.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

General Manager