|MATERIALS MANAGEMENT MANAGER|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs professional, administrative, and supervisory work administering materials management programs. Primary duties include coordinating daily operations of City Stores, Equipment Vehicle Parts and Property Control units, coordinating non?routine projects, developing replenishment and inventory control programs, and preparing reports. Work is performed under the supervision of the Purchasing and Materials Management Director and is reviewed through discussions, reports, and accomplishment of program objectives.|
|Directs, through subordinate supervision, the day?to?day planning, organizing, staffing, controlling, and evaluating of all materials management programs associated with the City Stores, Fleet/Facilities Supply Support, and Property Control Units.
Supervises the procurement of materials and services for other departments, requisitioning, inventory control, distribution and disposal of supplies, parts, and equipment through coordination and scheduling of non-routine assignments, frequent site inspections of facilities, accomplishment reports, meetings with supervisors, and discussions of problems.
Works closely with vendors and subordinates to resolve delivery, service, and inventory problems; consults with Assistant Purchasing Agent concerning major problems/emergency situations.
Prepares reports and correspondence relating to materials management activities.
Develops and implements systems recommendations for the consolidation and centralization of all other City materials management activities such as receiving, inventories, warehousing, and distribution, presently being managed by other bureaus.
Develops and supervises the implementation of systems and operating procedures for the procurement, receipt, warehousing, inventory control, accounting, issuance and distribution of supplies and equipment; participates in the development of formal policies and procedures.
Participates in the development and administration of section's annual budget by recommending goals, objectives, and performance standards; monitors expenditures.
Serves as a member of the Board of Standardization and provides input regarding the procurement of standardized products Citywide; performs necessary research and provides procurement section with information regarding products availability.
Prepares and implements appropriate disposal procedures for surplus property and obsolete materials and equipment to include coordination and management of public auctions by obtaining appraisals of property, scheduling and advertising the sale, and assisting the auctioneer as needed. Also maintains catalog of storeroom materials and supplies.
Initiates and recommends personnel actions such as selection, transfer, demotion.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Knowledge of purchasing procedures and methods.
Knowledge of store keeping; a variety of methods and procedures in the receipt, storage and shipment of merchandise.
Knowledge of accounting principles as they relate to procurement and the maintenance of inventory records.
Knowledge of shipping and receiving regulations and procedures.
Knowledge of a large variety of materials, supplies, and equipment.
Knowledge of procurement sources.
Knowledge of purchasing laws, regulations, and policies.
Ability to develop and direct a continuous materials management program.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with vendors, associates, departmental officials and the general public.
Ability to express factual information and ideas effectively, orally, and in writing.
Ability to manage a staff of supervisory, professional, and clerical personnel.
|Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or Public Administration with four (4) years or more of professional or management experience in material management, purchasing, or related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training, or experience. Course work in procurement, materials management, inventory control, distribution systems, or accounting desired.
REVISED: 2/11/92 AL