|SEIU Supervisor Non-Exempt|
|Performs administrative and supervisory work in the area of materials management, with primary responsibility for supervising inventory control functions for City Property. Work involves overall responsibility for the receipt, storing, and issuance of a variety of materials, supplies, and equipment, disposal and distribution of supplies, surplus and obsolete equipment; the development and maintenance of inventory control systems. Work is performed under the general direction with considerable independence and performance is reviewed through frequent inspections, discussions and analysis of reports submitted.|
|Maintains proper required inventory items to meet department's needs at the most effective cost possible.
Maintains perpetual inventory control files, and coordinates with management to establish proper stock levels and reordering points.
Maintains and uses computerized inventory control systems.
Plans, assigns, trains, supervises and reviews work of subordinates engaged in receiving, inspecting, storing, issuing supplies and the sale of confiscated material.
Promotes/Markets all public auctions through press releases, media advertising, community and special interest groups.
Prepare budgets, monitor expenses, and prepare monthly and quarterly reports.
Maintain time and attendance records for payroll functions.
Supervises and participates in initial, special and annual inventories to include capital assets; identifies inventory and capital equipment by categorizing and determining value and physically tags inventory/equipment for control purposes.
Supervises auction activities by obtaining and assigning personnel for various functions; briefs and assists auctioneer before and during sale; completes necessary documents upon sale of items and handles all banking functions.
Investigates and recommends action concerning loss or theft of fixed assets. Composes memoranda to department heads on loss and/or misplacement of fixed assets.
Receives confiscated and surplus items to make necessary preparation for sale or disposal; prepares for sale of confiscated/surplus items through actions or sealed bid sales by obtaining appraisals; prepares and solicits charitable organizations for donations of clothing, eyeglasses, etc.; solicits for public action concessionaire, portable toilets and land or buildings.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Knowledge of principles, practices and procedures for state and local property disbursement and disposal.
Thorough knowledge of warehousing methods, principles and practices, inventory maintenance and control, and office procedures.
Thorough knowledge of materials, supplies used by the departments.
Considerable knowledge of transportation agencies and shipping methods.
Thorough knowledge of department regulations and procedures affecting special materials and goods, and of proper purchasing and requisitioning procedures.
Skilled in the operation of cars, trucks and forklifts.
Position may involve the ability to store, issue and take inventory which involves bending, stooping, reaching and lifting items up to 40 lbs.
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with employees, civic groups, professional vendors, the media and the general public.
Ability to develop participation and interest in public auction sales through public relations and media advertising.
Ability to establish and maintain accurate record keeping systems and purchasing and requisitioning procedures;ability to coordinate deliveries.
Ability to plan, assign, supervise and evaluate the work of subordinates.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
|Associate Degree and two (2) years administrative/supervisory experience in warehousing, property control, materials management; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Valid Florida Drivers License.
MUST PASS POLICE BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIOIN WHICH INCLUDES POLOYGRAPH.