Constellis USAF Inventory Technician in Afghanistan-AFG, Afghanistan

USAF Inventory Technician

Physical Inventory Control Section (LGRMP) (LRS). The inventory section is responsible for centralized execution of inventory functions for the LRS/CC IAW inventory policy contained in DLM 4000.25-M, Defense Logistics Management System Manual, all in accordance with the contract SOW and relevant Air Force Instructions.


  • Perform inventories/adjustment, submit schedule and proposed changes to the schedule to USAFCENT /A4R. Maintain a monthly inventory accuracy rate which is calculated and reflected on the Base Supply Management Report (M32).

  • Perform causative research inventory discrepancies.

  • Manage and control all rejects resulting from item records being frozen for inventory to include lifting the freeze code.

  • Perform inventory count for cycle inventory, complete research, documentation, reverse-post and repost transaction to correct error conditions. All repost actions shall be processed within one (1) workday of reverse-post transaction.

  • Utilize special inventory counts if deemed necessary. Special inventory counts are used to reconcile out- of-balance conditions discovered during other than complete or sample inventory counts.

  • Consolidated Inventory Adjustment Document Register (M10/NGV836). Conduct a monthly/semi-annual inventory analysis.

  • Provide a copy of the report, M10 and supporting adjustment documents/ research adjustment documents via electronic method, within 10 calendar days of production of the M10 to USAFCENT/A4, which includes but is not limited to the status of inventory adjustments, the status of over 180/365 days inventory and reverse-post transactions.

  • Document Control. May assist with establishing a Document Control function; work with IRP to identify delinquent documents.

  • Work/clear delinquent documents within twenty four (24) hours of occurrence, Work/clear delinquent shipments within 24 hours of receiving the listings.

  • May assist as a reject monitor and that the monitor will work/clear rejects within twenty four (24) hours of occurrence.

  • Ensure Classified, Sensitive, pilferable and COMSEC items are be properly identified, handled, shipped and stored, with 100% compliance required.

  • Manage reverse posts; including completing research, documentation, and reverse-post and repost transactions to correct error conditions, within 1 workday of reverse-post transaction.

  • Perform housekeeping duties within area and help maintain a safe working environment


  • US Secret Security clearance

  • Ability to obtain a CAC card.

  • Experience in US Air Force Supply (LRS) Inventory Technician (E4/E5), Career field 2S051

  • Experience with US Air Force Supply Computer System - ESS, LIMS-EV. HazMat certificate for storage, handling, distribution and shipping. Must have Forklift certificate up to 7/10 ton.

  • Valid US Driver's License

  • Must have proven experience of functions and activities relating to USAF Supply material management requirements and computer systems, predominantly in the Inventory role.

  • An understanding of US Air force instructions with the ability to research AFI/AFM for clarification and compliance.

  • Minimum four years' service in U.S. Air Force Supply preferably E4/E5 in career field 2S051.

  • Preferred knowledge of other USAF Supply Management functions, with the ability to assist with secondary duty functions in APS, FSC, Inspection, Customer Service and Central Storage.

  • Proficient in the use of computers Microsoft Windows and Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook).

  • Good oral and written communications skills required with excellent organizational abilities and customer facing experience.

  • Knowledge and understanding of health, safety and environmental matters within the workplace. Where stipulated will wear relevant PPE as required by the task and security conditions.

  • Position is located in a war zone in a contingency environment with harsh and dangerous working and living conditions, including lifting, carrying and wearing 25 pounds of personal protective equipment for extended periods of time.

  • Military experience in a hostile environment and knowledge and experience working with government contracts preferred.

  • Willingness to comply with applicable Government and Corporate regulations, policies and procedures

  • All applicants should contain all previous US Air Force roles, positions and experience relating to

Supply (LRS) functions and where necessary include functional elements such as: APS, FSC, Inventory, Inspection, Customer Service and Central Storage