Abacus Technology

IT Asset Custodian

1 month ago
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Abacus Technology is seeking an IT Asset Custodian to provide a full range of IT support services to the Space and Missile Center (SMC) Advance Systems and Development Directorate (AD) at Kirtland AFB.  This is a full-time position.


Perform all duties related to the tracking and management of IT equipment and assets:  Desktops, Laptops, Monitors, Printers, PDA devices, Port Replicators and all AIM’s assets.  All assets shall be controlled using the SharePoint management system as designated by the CSO.  This includes, but not limited to: receiving, storage, inventory, tagging/identifying, moving and turn-in.  Document all equipment assigned to individuals, either by an email from the user with a digital signature, hand receipt (Form 1297) or SharePoint document database.  Follow all applicable Air Force and DoD instructions, policies and guidelines.  Accomplish full and complete inventory not later than 365 calendar days from the date the commander signed the current inventory or when requested by the ECO.  Support implementations of the unclassified and classified Air Force Network (AFNET) environments, Electronic Records, GVS Video Teleconferences (VTC), asset management and general service desk administration.


3+ years experience in asset and inventory management.  Must have previous experience in receiving, disbursing, warehousing and tracking equipment.  Must be detail oriented and self-motivated.  Basic understanding of the setup and operations for computers and supporting peripheral devices.  Experience with Windows 7, Excel, Word and Adobe Acrobat.  Able to work well in a team environment and adapt to dynamic process changes.  Must be able to lift 50 pounds and possess a valid driver’s license.  Must be a US citizen.


Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.




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