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Surplus Property Coordinator Duties

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This is responsible administrative work in managing the surplus property warehouse and operations of the university.
Work involves supervising and participating in warehouse duties including receiving, checking, storing, transferring, issuing and disposing of a variety of materials, supplies, and equipment. Work includes maintaining necessary records and inventories and initiating collection and disposal of university property. An employee allocated to this class exercises independent judgement within the limits of established policies and rules. Work is reviewed through periodic audits and inventories and through observations of services rendered.


Supervises and participates in the work of receiving, storing, reissuing, and accounting for a variety of university materials, supplies, and equipment.

Maintains a record and filing system; conducts periodic inventories; prepares reports.

Contacts departments and various agencies regarding shipping, pick-up, and availability of materials, supplies, and equipment.

Requests permission to destroy unrepairable supplies and equipment and coordinates transfer of all supplies and equipment.

Coordinates the sale of large surplus items such as trucks or farm equipment by requesting bids for sale and by collecting funds and effecting delivery.

Coordinates the disposal of buildings and sale of buildings by public auction.

Meets with customers; shows available supplies and equipment; handles all inquiries.

Performs related work as required.

Graduation from a standard high school; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

Thorough knowledge of the nomenclature and types of property and supplies handled in the surplus warehouse.

Considerable knowledge of laws and policies relating to the disposal and disposition of university surplus property.

Considerable knowledge of inventory methods and procedures.

Ability to maintain accurate records.

Ability to maintain effective working relationships with university and state agency personnel.

Ability to perform tasks with honesty and integrity.



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