The Repair Cycle Monitor processes parts and supply orders. Updates, monitors and resolves difficulties with repair cycle assets. Schedules parts through the repair cycle. Completes documentation and MIS (Maintenance Information System) inputs as required. Maintains bench stock bins. In consideration of the varied requirements between work centers within the ERRC, specific tasking's for this position can be located in the applicable work center Individual Training Plan (ITP).
Process part orders, monitor status of requisitions and provide information to maintenance personnel and management
Prepare AFTO Form 350 and serviceability tags
Process component removal and installation tasks for back shops
Review accuracy and update D23 daily and process DIFM updates as required
Store, monitor and control AWP/bit and pieces assets IAW applicable directives
Monitor and correct input data to MIS and recommend changes
Generate job control numbers to support equipment (non-AGE equipment)
Receive and in-check material to ensure accuracy of material ordered and warehoused
Ensure AFTO 244 is annotated with job numbers and order numbers IAW applicable directives
Comply with all applicable contractual programs and regulations; i.e., tools, safety, HAZMAT, support equipment, housekeeping, and FOD prevention programs
Deliver parts as required within the repair cycle
Must ensure all applicable PPE is worn as required
Perform other qualified duties as assigned
Knowledge & Skills
A thorough knowledge of parts ordering requirements IAW AFMAN 23-110 and component/equipment scheduling is preferred.
Working knowledge of off-equipment repair cycle processing requirements and documentation procedures is preferred.
A working knowledge of T.O. 00-20-2, Maintenance Data Documentation and 00-20-3, Aerospace
Equipment Maintenance Inspection, Documentation, Policy and Procedures is preferred.
Must be able to read, write, speak and understand American English.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook is required.
Must be able to maintain required Security Clearance.
Possession of a valid driver's license is necessary to obtain flight line driving privileges.
Experience & Education
High School degree or equivalent required.
Six months of supply or maintenance material control experience and one (1) year of IMDS/MIS scheduling experience is preferred.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Night work may be required
Must be able to lift a minimum weight of 50 lbs.
Must stand for prolonged periods of time, and have the ability to climb ladders and stairs.
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