You will serve as a Supply Systems Analyst or Supply Management Specialist in the Supply Division of the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). As a Supply Systems Analyst in the Customer Support Staff, you will primarily be responsible for assisting cardholders or working on behalf of cardholders, to fully reconcile unfinalized purchase card bills. As a Supply Management Specialist in the Purchasing Branch, you will review, analyze and evaluate data for preparation of reports concerning the audits of Purchase cards, simplified acquisition procedures, disposal and traffic management functions, etc.Learn more about this agency
- You will obtain, provide and/or exchange information with cardholders, approving officials and other personnel to reconcile unfinalized purchase card bills.
- You will use automated procurement and supply management systems to document analysis results and make financial transactions.
- You will provide detailed explanations or instructions to cardholders regarding the reconciliation process.
- You will review dormant obligations and accounts payable issues and determine the necessary corrective action.
- You will monitor all unfinalized purchase card transactions for Supply and Division cardholders.
- You will prepare weekly production reports and data summaries and reports.
- You will analyze supply and procurement information to review for accuracy and ensure compliance with established procedures and guidelines.
- You will prepare Contracting Officer warrants and appointment letters for high authority signature.
- You will research, evaluate and determine validity of customer request and suggest the most effective methods for resolution.
Occasional travel - The Supply Management Specialist will be required to travel on an occasional basis.
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