CLASS TITLE: INVENTORY SPECIALIST I

This class involves the clerical and technical work related to the operation of the supply storeroom. The work involves all facets of inventory accounting and control and includes the physical inventories of the agency supply room. The work involves responsibility for verifying and processing inventory receipts and disbursements in accordance with the policies of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Must have a high school diploma or its equivalent, with at least one year of experience working with inventories. Must be detailed oriented. Computer experience preferred.

JOB COMPLEXITY:

Responsible for insuring that an adequate level of inventory is maintained. Responsible for ensuring that inventory received is properly accounted for, and inventory issued is properly charged out. Maintains an accurate and reasonable inventory.

CONSEQUENCE OF ACTIONS:

Failure to maintain an adequate level of inventory could result in safety and health issues for departments within the agency.

ASSETS:

Shared responsibility for the agency inventory with an approximately value of $150,000, based on turnover.

WORK CONTROLS:

Work is performed independently under the general supervision of the Inventory/Fleet Manager.

PERSONAL CONTACTS:

Most contacts are with members of the Agency and Trustees, with limited contact with the vendor delivery personnel.

SAFETY OF OTHERS:

Indirectly responsible for the safety of others working within the correctional facility due to the presence of trustees working within the supply room. These trustees have access to items that could potentially be used as weapons.

PHYSICAL EFFORT:

On occasion, work does require significant physical effort beyond that encountered in everyday normal activities. Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds.

HAZARDS:

Work is performed in work surroundings that may on occasion present significant hazards.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Work is primarily performed in a warehouse area within the correctional facility.

SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY:

Position does not involve supervisory authority.

PERSONNEL SUPERVISED:

Position does not involve supervised personnel.

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