|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Performs clerical and manual work involving inventory of capital assets. Work involves responsibility for the receipt, storage, inventory, issuance of supplies and related inventory items. Work also may involve the limited operation of certain type equipment utilized for the purpose of unloading, relocating and loading inventory. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed by superiors through checks of inventory records, inspection and conversations.|
|Issues excess and confiscated equipment. Initiates Inventory Control Form and maintains inventory.
Contacts department custodians as requested by supervisor to deliver or pick up assets up to 50+ lbs..
Participates in annual inventories of capital assets. Physically tags equipment for control purposes.
Composes memoranda to department heads on loss and/or misplacement of fixed assets.
Maintains stock; keeps storage areas organized and clean.
Receives confiscated and surplus property for issue or sale.
Maintains records incident to the procurement, inventory, receipt and issuance of excess property and equipment.
Organizes and participates in the taking of physical inventory City wide.
Inspects items received against detailed list of confiscated equipment. Lifting 50+ lbs.
Operates forklift and related warehouse equipment to include heavy duty trucks, tractors, cars, motorcycles for vehicle/equipment sales.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Knowledge of storage and inventory control methods and procedures.
Ability to keep stock records and prepare reports.
Skilled in the performance of minor work on associated equipment.
Skilled in the operation of forklifts and other warehouse equipment, including automotive.
Knowledge of practices and procedures employed in the storage and issuance of excess materials and supplies.
Thorough knowledge of inventory maintenance and control including bar code.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
Knowledge of English, spelling, arithmetic, office practices and procedures.
Ability to store, issue and deliver equipment and material as well as conducting inventory which involves moderate physical exertion, such as constantly lifting up to 20 lbs., standing for long periods, bending, stooping, reaching, transporting and constant walking.
Ability to communicate effectively with other employees, general public and supervisors.
|High school graduate and six (6) months to one (1) year experience in warehousing, inventory control, purchasing or related area; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Possession of a valid Florida Driver License. Polygraph required.|