Health Limited Inc Company
Posted: July 08 2016
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DescriptionAccounts Payable and Inventory Supervisor
New York District Attorney's Office - New York, NY
ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities include but are not limited to:
Audit for accuracy and approve invoice submissions to the Fiscal Department.
Audit procurement folders for compliance with policies and procedures, and all applicable rules.
Track supplies and inventory and ensure that the Office's needs are met in a timely manner.
Develop and maintain inventory controls and systems to comply with appropriate rules and regulations.
Audit internal database(s) to ensure required assets and inventory is tagged, logged and managed correctly.
Create and review inventory and invoicing reports for accuracy.
Coordinate inventory management activities with authorized subunits/departments.
Supervise inventory and invoicing staff in a manner that promotes high job performance and regulatory compliance.
Develop short and long-term plans for the Office's inventory needs in conjunction with Executive Management.
Experience in purchasing, procurement, inventory management or a related field. (At least eighteen months of which must have been in an administrative, managerial or executive capacity, or supervising professional personnel performing duties such as accounts payable or inventory management.)
Excellent written and verbal interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills required.
Possess excellent accounting skills.
Knowledge of New York City's Procurement Policy Board Rules, local laws and policies impacting procurements is preferred.
Must be able to perform under pressure in a fast-paced environment; able to multi-task and meet deadlines.
Must be extremely detail-oriented, self-motivated, highly-organized, resourceful, and reliable.
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access. Ability to update and edit existing databases.
Ability to follow directions and apply proper policies, procedures and guidelines.
Bachelor's degree required.
Two (2) years of previous purchasing experience.
Experience with the New York City's Financial Management System (FMS) is preferred.