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Supervisor of Stock Worker
Building Operations ＆ Maintenance with NYC Department of Correction (DOC)
$39,779 - $ 44,950 per year
Last updated on Mar 17, 2023
The New York City Department of Correction (DOC) is an integral part of the City’s evolving criminal justice system, participating in reform initiatives and strategies aimed to move the City towards a smaller jail system without compromising public safety. The DOC is responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for our employees, visitors, volunteers and people in our custody. Importantly, safe jails enable DOC to provide people in custody with the tools and opportunities they need to successfully re-enter their communities. The DOC operates facilities and court commands across the five boroughs with more than 9,000 diverse professionals and knowledgeable experts.
The DOC is seeking to recruit a Supervisor of Stock Worker. The selected candidate will be responsible for but not limited to:
• Develop methods and procedures for handling and storing stock;
• Prepare a list of surplus, obsolete or obsolescent materials and arranges for their transfer or other disposition;
• Supervise a major section of a storehouse or an equivalent storage unit; or the stores division of a small city hospital;
• Perform equivalent supervisory tasks in the field;
• Receipt, classification, storage, care, distribution, requisitioning and inventory of materials, tools, supplies and equipment;
• Operate the warehouse management system for the storehouse to conduct all warehouse transactions and audits.
• Supervise and assigns work to subordinate employees;
• Supervise the maintenance of perpetual inventories, cycle counting, audits checking uniformity and accuracy of postings;
• Prepare requisitions for stock replacement;
• Take the necessary precautions to protect stock from deterioration or spoilage;
• Perform field work by visiting, inspecting, instructing, and advising stores personnel at various locations on the storage, distribution, and inventory control of materials, supplies and equipment;
• Contact vendors and discussing deliveries, shipments, and amounts of shortage;
• Utilize inventory technology systems to manage the inventory process (order fulfillment, physical inventory, replenishment, etc.);
• Address inventory issues by preparing and reviewing inventory reports (stock movement, delivery fulfillment, inventory variance, etc.);
• Keep records and prepare reports.
Two years of full-time satisfactory experience performing storekeeping activities, at least one year of which must have been in a supervisory capacity.