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