Title: PROCUREMENT AND SERVICES OFFICER I Salary: $4,216.00 - $5,079.00 Posted: 11/14/2012
Under the direction of the Business Manager II, the Procurement and Services Officer I develops policies and procedures for, and directs the activities of, stores, clothing distribution, and procurement of equipment, supplies and services. Develops contracts for identified commodities and services. Monitors budgetary expenditures for designated budget line items. Follows all local, state and other regulatory agencies rules and regulations regarding acquisitions and purchases. Responsible for completing physical inventories of the facility’s equipment, property, supplies, etc. Establishes and maintains effective communications with facility staff, contractors and/or vendors providing services. Participates as an active member of various facility and/or departmental committees. Acts as the contract manager for laundry and housekeeping services.
SPECIAL PERSONAL CHARACTERISTIC: A current California Drivers License and clean driving record is required. Position requires ability to travel to various localities in the community to make pick-ups and deliveries.
WHO MAY APPLY: People with list, transfer, or reinstatement eligibility for the class. Applications will be reviewed and only the most qualified candidates will be scheduled for interviews. Note: Appointment subject to Department Restriction of Appointment (DROA),State Restriction of Appointment (SROA), Surplus and Reemployment List procedures; pre-employment physical, and fingerprint clearance. Application can be obtained from CANYON SPRINGS or from the Internet website, www.spb.ca.gov.
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