Under Property Control Management supervision, the Campus Storekeeper assists with the performance of storekeeper duties for the campus where support is required. This position is responsible for inventory accounting and property management operations at the campus level, which includes acquisition, receiving and distribution, accountability, reporting, storage utilization, and disposal processing of surplus property; daily postal services operations (USPS & intercampus); providing inventory support to the Property Control Management Office with the administration and maintenance of electronic Property Control Forms and inventory management systems. Operate Campus Storeroom and ensure adequate coverage to assist personnel at the campus level during hours of operation. Perform daily receiving and distribution of all parcels, mail, intercampus and intra-campus correspondence, maintain accurate asset inventory and conduct annual and semi-annual inventory, assist colleagues with mailing and shipping needs, maintain close communications with Property Control and Central Receiving Warehouse, assist Colleagues and Surplus Officer with surplus college property by properly utilizing electronic Property Control forms, maintaining accurate counts of declared surplus property, moving, storing, warehousing the surplus property until it is removed by the Surplus Officer or Property Control Office, support Auxiliary Department by servicing the printer program daily, ordering storeroom supplies and paper as needed, and other duties as directed. Essential functions: Assists with the performance of Campus Storekeeper duties for any campus where support is required and is responsible for inventory accounting and property management operations. Marginal functions: Support Auxiliary Services Print program. Store and distribute printer supplies as required, and refill paper in all participating printers on a daily basis. Lend support to College faculty and staff with the moving and relocation of College property and College Surplus as directed.
Excellent oral and written communication skills required for interacting with all levels of the college administration and faculty staff, vendors, common carrier representatives, and the general public. Working knowledge of general storeroom operations and safety rules and regulations. Ability to comprehend and apply rules and regulations as required. Customer service oriented with the ability to provide solutions. Proficiency with computers, Microsoft Office, SharePoint, spreadsheets and automated inventory systems is required with demonstrated sharpness in learning new systems. Excellent attention to detail skills with the ability to analyze data. Knowledge of standard operating moving equipment such as dollies and lifts. Capable of lifting moderate weight items. Required Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent, Previous experience in postal and inventory operations or equivalent applicable experience or training, Valid driver's license.
Internal Number: 32627
About Northern VA Community College
Virginia's Community College's educate 240,000 credit students annually and over 170,000 non-credit students at 23 Community Colleges with over 40 campus locations throughout the Commonwealth. Our mission is to provide comprehensive higher education and workforce training programs and services of superior quality. These programs are financially and geographically accessible to meet the individual, business, and community needs of the Commonwealth.