NSPA AFG: Flight Service Centre (FSC) - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)


  full-time   employee



NSPA AFG: Flight Service Centre (FSC)

Flight Service Center /Repair Cycle (LRS) section serves as the primary point of contact with maintenance units regarding repair cycle management. The FSC monitors all items requiring repair or replacement from time of issue till returned to LRS.

Key duties include managing Found on Base (FOB), Materiel deficiency Report (MDR), Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) programs, Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTOs), Due-in From Maintenance (DIFM), supply points, time-change, Awaiting Parts (AWP), turn-around, and local manufacture.

Manages the repair cycle asset control system, monitors the Repair Cycle Asset Management List, D23/NGV905 daily to ensure effective management, all in accordance with the contract SOW and relevant Air Force Instructions.

The Role and Responsibilities.

  • Process DIFM returns and serves as the single return processing point for materiel in FB/FE accounts, review and update the repair cycle data,
  • Act as a turnaround processing point supporting organizations not supported by the Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS)
  • Process TRNs for organizations not supported by IMDS, with 100% compliance required.
  • Coordinate disposition of unserviceable condition code “F” DIFM items through AFMC SCM-R Stock Control Activity.
  • Materiel Deficiency Report (MDR)/Quality Deficiency Reporting (QDR) Program. Prepare MDR/QDR utilizing the automated JDRS system when assets are received with material/quality deficiencies.
  • Report deficient items received from all sources, report all deficient assets to USAFCENT/A4R as deficiencies occur by providing a spreadsheet of deficient assets.
  • If deficiencies are unresolved within 120 calendar days it will be identified on a spreadsheet in the Contractor DMS with an info copy to A4R to include actions taken to resolve the deficiency.
  • Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR) items . Manage items identified to show materiel deficiency conditions.
  • Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO). Stores TCTOs and establishes controls to prevent loss or unauthorized use of their components, may act as TCTO monitor.
  • Process turn-ins of supplies and spares to ensure that repairable spares are forwarded to a repair facility and ensure proper disposal of condemned items. Process serviceable turn-ins as required.
  • Liaise with maintenance organizations for pickup of DIFM assets and deliver property to the appropriate shipping point or to the regional Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS).
  • Where required participate in the Intermediate Repair Enhancement Program (IREP). Ensure repairable/non-repairable parts are processed through repair channels. Serve as the LRS CC/AO designated representative to manage the repair cycle process.
  • Perform housekeeping duties within area and help maintain a safe working environment
  • Ensures they physically verify the correct item is being returned by maintenance and validates the corresponding documentation.


US Secret Security clearance, ability to obtain a CAC card.

Experience in US Air Force Supply (LRS) Flight Service Center Technician (E4/E5), Career field 2S051/2S071

Experience with US Air Force Supply Computer System - ESS, LIMS-EV.

Must have valid Forklift certificate up to 7/10 ton. Copy of certificate required

Must have valid Driver Licence. Copy of licence required

Preferred - HazMat certificate for storage, handling and distribution.

  • Must have proven experience of functions and activities relating to USAF Supply material management requirements and computer systems, predominantly in Flight Service Centre.
  • An understanding of US Air force instructions with the ability to research AFI/AFM for clarification and compliance.
  • Minimum six years’ service in U.S. Air Force Supply preferably E4/E5 in career field 2S051/2S071.
  • Preferred knowledge of other USAF Supply Management functions, with the ability to assist with secondary duty functions in APS, Inventory & 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 Resume’s should contain all previous US Air Force roles, positions and experience relating to Supply (LRS) functions with a copy of the DD214 and where necessary include additional functional experience as below:

FSC, Inventory, Inspection, Customer Service, Equipment and Central Storage

Main role as identified above however individual must be adaptable to work other areas within the LRS section as required at the discretion of the Supply Manager.

Location Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan - Rotation – 12 weeks on 3 weeks off

Up to 12 hour shift patterns per day/night as operationally required

Room share with one other

Scheduled Weekly Hours:


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