Government Property Analyst
Government Property Analyst The Property Analyst with responsibility for receivi
Position: Property Analyst
Type: Full Time
Location: Hunt Valley,
The Property Analyst with responsibility for receiving, storing, handling, issuing, auditing, destroying and maintaining
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: (Other duties may be assigned)
Develops and maintains GFP policy, procedures, work instructions.
Receives, inspects and identifies customer/government furnished property.
Manages property issued in support of labs, production areas using multiple databases
Responsible for assuring customer/government property is properly identified and packaged.
Maintains records of materials received, disbursed and on hand.
Responsible for assuring inventory accuracy and record integrity.
Audits all physical inventories and monitors all inventory transactions and records.
Monitors property handling practices throughout the company to assure proper use and care of customer/government
Develop and implement data analysis tools/techniques to effectively determine the root cause of inventory discrepancies
Understand and execute tactical daily functions while identifying and addressing continuous improvement activities
Checks shipping documents of customer/government property for completeness and accuracy.
Assists internal and external customers with inventory verifications.
Maintains Government Property in accordance with company procedures and customer requirements.
May move material by hand and/or truck.
May be required to transport material between buildings.
Ability to work and drive change in a team environment
Ability to analyze data in multiple databases to research information
Displays effective oral and written communication skills
Requires basic knowledge of PC software including Microsoft office application, email, internet research (Familiarity with
Oracle, COLTS, and eQuip a plus)
Practices good safety habits and maintains good housekeeping.
Performs other clerical or material handling duties as required.
Excellent problem-solving and decision-making
Highly organized and detail-oriented with good time management
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Must have or must be eligible to obtain DOD Secret Clearance
High School diploma required. Associates Degree in a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of
education, technical certifications or training, or work experience preferred.
NPMA certification is credentials or willingness to prepare for and achieve certification in 1 year.