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Vending Services Supervisor Duties

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This is responsible specialized administrative work managing vending and other services for an Institution which are secured from private enterprise on a contractual basis. These services include food and beverage vending, copy machine vending, and cap and gown distribution.
An employee in this class determines service needs through inspection, analysis of location, sales and requests for additional services from the Institute's departments. On a day-to-day basis, work is performed independently; general review is accomplished through periodic conferences and observation of results.


Researches and conducts surveys to determine vending needs for the campus.

Inspects vending locations to determine whether vending equipment operates properly and is maintained in good repair.

Conducts tests to verify product size, price, quality, and freshness.

Analyzes vending sales reports to determine if changes in services are necessary.

Prepares monthly reports, detailing product lines and locations.

Maintains up-to-date inventory of all campus vending equipment, noting model and serial number.

Maintains daily personal contact with departments concerning service complaints, equipment malfunctions and related problems.

Performs related work as required.


Graduation from an accredited college or university and experience in administrative work or specialized work related to vending services; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

Knowledge of research methods for data gathering in response to requests for vending services.

Knowledge of departmental and Institutional rules, regulations, and policies, in order to make work policy decisions.

Skill in planning and organizing project goals, policies, and procedures.

Ability to maintain records and prepare reports.

Ability to work effectively with Institutional officials, employees, students, and vending contractors.



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