|Department||Tampa Police Department|
|Open Date||7/10/2019 12:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||7/17/2019 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$14.81 - $21.06/hour; $2,567.07 - $3,650.40/month; $30,804.80 - $43,804.80/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Issues various automotive, construction, maintenance, office or other supplies, materials, tools, and equipment; loads and unloads materials; drives a motor vehicle to deliver supplies and equipment.
Receives various items into stock area; compares items received against delivery invoices; matches contract prices with delivery prices; verifies both quality and quantity of items received.
Marks or tags all items received into inventory; places items into proper bin or storage area in accordance with established stock rotation procedures; maintains orderliness of storage areas; assists in rearranging storage areas to accommodate changes in inventoried items.
Receives, records, and fills stock transfers to and from sub-stations; receives list of items to be removed from inventory because of low usage or obsolescence and pulls items, under direction, for return to vendor.
Participates in inventory spot checks; maintains simple records.
Receive and provide print orders via booklets, pamphlets and other mass copies of instructional inter/intra departmentally used guides; crime prevention practices, EOC, Gasparilla and other special events as required. This may include the operation of the Rizzo machine for the planned and expedited publication and distribution of all TPD forms.
Represent TPD as the liaison for specific police forms from the state and federal authorities.
Act as TPD agent to provide weekly deliveries to all TPD entities at various locations.
Assist with set up and breakdown of TPD special events.
Provide escort to city personnel and approved vendors into controlled areas.
Ensure weekly collection of recycle bins.
Performs related work as required.
Some knowledge of: standard methods, practices and procedures employed in the storage of inventory items; record keeping and office practices.
Ability to: perform basic mathematical computations; understand and follow oral and written instructions, and maintain simple records; perform work requiring physical exertion; operate a motor vehicle skillfully and safely; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
Ability to learn: assigned inventory and storekeeping tasks.