MAJOR DUTIES: (Detailed duties are on the Position Description)
position is located at Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS). The primary purpose is the point of contact for
interfacing with the Global Logistics Support Center (GLSC) on behalf of the
maintenance customers. Responsibilities include periodic visits to maintenance
work centers; providing guidance for maintaining bench, operating, and shop
stock; and assisting users in resolving any materiel management related
problems; managing supply points, time-change, time compliance technical
orders, Due-in From Maintenance (DIFM) management, awaiting parts, turn-around,
local manufacture, command intensive management items, quality deficiency
report programs, and the Air Force Repair Enhancement Program.
(1) Performs mission capability (MICAP)
verification, reports and processes cannibalization actions. Establishes upgrade, downgrade, or cancels
MICAP due-outs. Monitors status of items.
processes local manufacture (LM) MICAPs and corrects discrepancies identified
by the GLSC resulting from MICAP Enterprise Supply Solution (ESS)
(2) Establishes requirements for customer using
automated systems and notifies customer of asset availability. Researches required information to perform
item record loads. Processes issues,
kills, and rejects management notices, status changes and cancellations.
(3) Processes Aircraft Document Review
(ADR). Processes status inquiries and
reconciles aircraft orders.
(4) Manages the DIFM listing, validates/updates
DIFM listing with status by processing required transaction as necessary. Performs DIFM reconciliation with both
maintenance and supply customers to ensure verification of current status and
asset location. Updates DIFM monitor
appointment letters. Processes DIFM
turn-in (TIN) and turn-around (TRN).
(5) Manages the
Supply Point program. Performs
coordination with the customer service support element to ensure requisition
objective is adequate. Also, prepares
and processes Supply Point issues requests.
Conducts physical reconciliation with the Supply Point monitor to verify
detail balances, reconcile out of balance conditions as well as ensures all
required transactions have been processed.
Conducts Supply Point inventories, researches and reconciles discrepancies.
(6) Manages the AWP program. Completes required AWP checklist and
processes necessary transaction to confirm status. Conducts AWP validation and coordinates with
customer to determine status of AWP items.
Initiates follow up with item manager for improved status as well as
requests for disposition instructions for end item when AWP parts are not
available. Sources for AWP lateral
support. Joint coordination between the
LRS and GLSC will be accomplished when reviewing the AWP Cross-Cannibalization
management listing to determine possible AWP cross-reference cannibalization
(7) Maintains Tail Number Bin (TNB) and Due-Out
Release (DOR) point.
(8) Reviews Two-Level Maintenance (2LM) metrics
listing and takes appropriate action to improve repair cycle time. Reviews repair cycle data list and identifies
critical items at which coordination is conducted with maintenance to ensure
critical items are turned in at the prescribed time frame.
(9) Establish, maintain and delete bench stocks
in coordination with supported activities. Review on-hand balance and process
replenishment actions. Upon coordination and agreement, the customer may assume
the responsibilities for binning, inventory, etc. (Refer to Support Agreement
Procedures for support of tenant activities).
Schedules and conducts bench stock reviews with the organizations.
(10) During periods of manpower constraints may be
required to pull and deliver parts from various storage points.
(11) Attends daily/monthly meetings with
maintenance. Performs reject management and working management listings.
(12) Performs other duties as assigned.