NIST works with industry and science to advance innovation and improve quality of life. We’re looking for a Supply Technician to join our team!
This announcement will close at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on the date the first 200 applications are received or June 24, 2021, whichever comes first.Learn more about this agency
Manages personal property for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Organizational Units (OU). Assist with completing inventories with custodial area representatives. Prepare and analyze inventory adjustments, discrepancies for variances between assets on hand for custodial/accountable records. Conduct property audits to determine causes of inventory discrepancies by checking all property records. Compiles information necessary for consideration in survey actions relating to loss, damage, or destruction of Government owned property. Arrange proper reutilization, distribution and disposal of excess property and equipment. Analyze, develop, and/or promotes improvements to policies, plans, methods, and procedures in property management functions covering requirements, inventory control, requisitioning, receipt, storage, disposal, and cataloging. Review records and request data to determine if property has become obsolete or excess to the needs of the organization and/or excess to the overall requirements of the agency; offer recommendations to operating officials for utilization; and prepare reports and necessary documentation for transfer of property. Works with a variety of software systems including the Personal Property Management System (PPMS) to input property accountability data, monitor inventory levels, and prepare correspondence, forms, reports, etc. Provide training to staff members on property system procedures.
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