2019-01-09 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Andrews Afb Maryland United States
The Supply Technician is responsible for a variety of supply management work which includes inventory control, storage management, distribution, cataloging, supply identification systems, purchasing, and supply reports using assigned management information system and other related activities as required by contract.
Processes customer requests and provides supplies, parts and equipment support.
Manages priority/routine requests, AFTO Form 2005 and inquiring processing.
Accomplishes all required research to ensure material, parts and equipment ordered meet equipment specialist, commodity and/or end-item Technical Order specification.
Monitors and processes Due-in From Maintenance (DIFM) assets to ensure items are promptly turned in and annotated in the Supply System.
Monitors/manages D04, D18, D23, S04 and M30, R14 and R15 reports/accounts.
Manages the Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR) program in accordance with TO 00-35D-54.
Performs the supply function of the Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) program.
Manages Bench Stock, Shop Stock, Safety Stock, Work Order Residue and Hold-bin accounts.
Manages equipment allowance standards (AS) reports and acquisition initiatives and equipment turn in.
Reviews and utilizes the Air Force Equipment Management System (AFEMS) to ensure priorities of AGE are accurate for the Air Force equipment sustainment and replacement program.
Perform all duties and functions as directed by AFI 23-110 and AFM 23-122.
Monitor and account for supply inventories. Ensure proper stock is available in correct quantities to minimize disruptions to operations.
Coordinate with Scheduling on Hold-bin account/part (s) log to schedule down equipment.
Ensure backordered materials and parts are ordered, received, stored, and issued in sufficient time to allow completion of work within contract specifications. Ensure all inventories remain accurate and adjustments are minimized. Ensure non-conforming material and parts are correctly processed to prevent re-use.
Research as needed and select appropriate material and parts vendors from approved material, parts and equipment supplier list. Follow established purchasing procedures and recommend changes where necessary. Purchase materials, parts and equipment to ensure the best value is obtained and that operational criteria are met.
Purchase equipment as directed by management.
Utilize the DynMRO supply system, the Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS), and other applicable systems and processes of the USAF Standard Base Supply System (SBSS) IAW AFI 23-101, AFM 23-122 and AFH 23-123.
Manage the Automated Inventory System and any replacement system in accordance with applicable directives. Responsible for the timely reporting of accidents, injuries and “near miss” and hazardous situations.
Perform all essential tasks as related to directives in the contractual Performance Work Statement.
Accountable for meeting safety performance standards and completing all work safely.
Knowledge & Skills
Knowledge of governing supply regulations, procedures and instructions.
Solid communication and mathematical skills.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (at a minimum Excel, PowerPoint, and Word). ).
Must be able to obtain a DoD security clearance and Government flight line driver’s license.
Experience & Education
High School diploma or equivalent.
Two (2) years Standard Base Supply experience.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Work typically in semi-office, hanger, and/or open surroundings.
May be required to work in areas where high noise hazards prevail and are exposed to fumes or airborne particles and electrical shock hazards.
Living and working conditions at assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable.
Long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions.
May be required to see aircraft in flight, read dials/gauges, identify small objects and hand tools.
Must be able to type using a standard keyboard to communicate through e-mail and various software applications.
Must be able to see imperfections, micrometer readings and other small scales.