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Unit: 148th Fighter Wing, Logistics Radiness Squadron, Duluth, MN
Selecting Official: MSgt Michael Engen
A MATERIALS HANDLER, WG-6907-6, Receives and processes notice to stock parts and equipment. Assures incoming materiel matches that of the accompanying documentation. Examines materiel for shortages, overages and obvious damage and coordinates any discrepancies with the Cargo Movement Element. Stores all in-warehouse supply and equipment items. Provides secure storage and handling of classified and sensitive items. Provides proper storage and handling of Electrostatic Discharge Items (ESD) in accordance with applicable technical orders and publications. Determines within the general warehousing plan how to arrange stock within the storage area. Stores items for convenience of handling and ease of movement. Assures stored items are protected from damage, deterioration, and pilferage. Schedules and maintains an aggressive surveillance inspection program for items in central storage to assure that all assets are ready for issue. Takes necessary action to control deterioration and/or corrosion of items in storage. Assures required tags, labels, and markings are affixed to property to reflect identity, status, and condition. Makes sure that technical data is retained when retagging items. Initiates inputs to add or delete warehouse locations on item records. Conducts periodic validation of warehouse locations. Responsible for the inventory and proper accounting of all in-warehouse assets. Performs special inventories as required. Selects items to be issued and/or shipped and transfers them to the Cargo Movement Element for subsequent delivery/shipment. Issues oldest items first when dated item control applies. Assures items requiring special handling (i.e., classified) are receipted for by authorized individuals. Inspects all classes of property for which the USPFO Accountable Officer has responsibility and/or accountability, including small arms, aircraft parts and components; motor vehicle parts; building and construction materials; special equipment; gasses, chemical, and wood products; packaged petroleum products: machines and communication equipment. Determines that materials are properly identified as to condition, identity, security, classification. Uses a variety of measuring devices, conversion charts to determine moisture factors on lumber and classification factors/special markings on gasses, chemicals and metals. Refers to contract specifications, technical orders, manufacturers' catalogs, stock lists, FEDLOG, and other available guides in identifying material (inspects for deterioration and corrosion of all stocked items and initiates/recommends necessary action). Prepares reports for damaged or deficient condition. Prepares written replies for higher headquarters tasking. Monitors material suspect program to eliminate possible hazards or substandard material. Monitors petroleum/chemical materiel by regularly checking and inspecting all petroleum and chemical products stored to ensure test dates are within prescribed time frames. Coordinates with responsible agency by telephone, message, or correspondence to determine the serviceability of assets. Ensures all shelf life items are inspected quarterly for serviceability. Coordinates with base Medical Group's Bioenvironmental Health Technician on all hazardous items to ensure all items are identified on the item record. Monitors functional check program by coordinating inputs and routing items to the maintenance/supply liaison to ensure all functional check assets are ready for issue. Identifies and controls required Technical Order Compliance (TCTO), inventory, code and tags material in accordance with TCTO furnished by Maintenance Quality Assurance (QA). Endorses letter back to QA upon completion. Identifies incomplete items. Assigns applicable condition code, affixes tag, initiates requests for component items to restore to serviceable condition. Follows established guidelines in assignment of demilitarization codes for disposal items. Monitors demilitarization, required documentation, and transfer of items to disposal. Downgrades low dollar value property to scrap, prepares documentation and transfers to Cargo Movement Element for disposal for lot processing. Requests special inventory for items found on base. Manages the Precious Metals Recovery Program. Ensures procedures are written that direct a resource protection survey be accomplished on designated controlled areas within prescribed time frames. Manages unserviceable holding area. Ensures disposition is received in a timely manner. Monitors Material Deficiency Reports (MDR) and Quality Deficiency Reports (QDR) pending disposition. Process turn-ins and Coordinates with Quality Assurance for disposition instructions.
Trains all supply personnel requiring an inspector's stamp or those performing inspector duties, by signature. Some training may be accomplished during drill status. Assists in providing bench stock support to customer organizations. Performs other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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