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    UNIT: 133rd Logistics Readiness Squadron     

    LOCATION: Saint Paul, MN

    SELECTING OFFICIAL: MSgt Tully Boushek, (612) 713-2660


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    A General Supply Specialist, GS, 2001, 09, Schedules and conducts formal organizational visits annually to each supported organizational account both on and off the installation to ensure custodians are adequately performing their accountability responsibilities. Verifies accountability of all capital equipment, nuclear related equipment, Communications Security (COMSEC) equipment, and performs a 10% random sample of remaining accountable assets. Ensures accountability of equipment assets purchased with the GPC and/or through Base Contracting. Ensures organizational commanders account for and control budget code 9 NFx assets valued over $ 2,500.00 and those that are pilferable regardless of dollar value. Ensures assets are accounted for on the Organizational Visibility List (R15) and are inventoried at least annually or upon change of custodian. Attends base deployment concept briefings to identify organizations deploying equipment. Coordinates with Equipment Custodians to identify equipment requirements for deployments. Requests deployment review listings through the GLSC or utilize similar listings and identifies equipment to be transferred or placed in a deployed status. Identifies, coordinates and monitors War Readiness Materials (WRM) and mobility equipment requirements to ensure all authorizations are on hand, on order, or included in appropriate budget document. Ensures valid Unit Type Codes (UTC), Use Codes, and WRM codes are assigned. Ensures Block III (AFEMS CBT and supplemental) training is conducted for all Equipment/ SPRAMS custodians and Block IV training for deployed custodians. Monitors and reviews item accounting procedures carried out by these personnel. Provides assistance and additional training when required. Conducts briefings for new squadron commanders relative to their duties as responsible officers for the safeguarding and control of government property. Functions as the base Equipment Review Approval Authority in verifying and validating equipment requests in accordance with established Allowance Source Codes (ASC), and completing actions as required for Equipment Authorization Inventory Data (EAID) accounting. Interprets ASC and other data as it relates to weapons systems and base authorization for equipment to identify valid requirements, and prepare change requests to ensure that equipment authorizations are maintained within applicable allowance. Manages all equipment items with the exception of vehicles. Provides technical and administrative support to Accountable Officers, Commanders, responsible officers, and responsible persons in the control and accountability of Class VII and Class IX (within Air Force Equipment Management System and Expeditionary Combat Support System) equipment assets in the wing. Interfaces with the proposed Air Force Fuels, Vehicles and Equipment Support Agency (AFFVESA) in regards to equipment management. Ensures unit requirements have been categorized as Critical/Important in the Equipment Requirement System (ERS) and has matching requisitions in all automated systems. Creates computer inputs, maintains Master CA/CRL Jacket Files and Master SPRAM Jacket Files, and corrects errors identified on listings relating to equipment. Develops, implements, and provides for administrative functions in the element. Performs other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    2001 General Supply

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