Government Property Administrator (On-Site)
- Maintain auditable records of government-owned property located at the facility and associated vendor/subcontractor facilities. Ensure that the records include authority to have the property and an audit trail of receipt, inspection, cost, classification, periodic inventory, maintenance, and final disposition.
- Prepare internal and external reports pertaining to government property. Maintain auditable backup data and files for: Loss, damage or destruction of property (LDD); Report applicable property in the Item Unique Identification (IUID) Registry; Reports of discrepancy on incoming shipments (RODS); Annual report of property for tax purposes; and Reports of inventory and excess property schedules for property no longer required.
- Interface internal teams as well as customers and sub-contractors to meet equipment needs. Coordinate moves with Quality and DCMA. Process documentation required for all transactions.
- Ensure that assets are received properly, and are identified and added to the appropriate system including RFID, where applicable.
- Review vendor/subcontractor control of government property in coordination with the Purchasing and Subcontracts Departments. This may be accomplished through site visits.
- Performs self-assessment audits of compliance to published procedures and FAR/DFARS requirements. Coordinate all aspects of the analysis by interfacing with appropriate department personnel and the DCMA’s Property Administrator. Work any necessary corrective actions.
- Ensures accuracy of all customer owned material in applicable systems and through physical verification, includes monitoring of data and performing regular physical inventories
- Ability to work independently with limited guidance
- Train co-workers on requirements of compliance with government regulations and applicable systems and provide direction as necessary.
- Demonstrate leadership of property warehouse and stockroom(s) activities.
Because this role involves management of the property warehouse it will take the form of onsite work format.
Required Education, Experience, & Skills
- 4+ Years with High School, 2+ Years with Associate’s, 1+ Years with Bachelor’s or equivalent and Administrative/Database/Audit experience.
- Analytical and computer skills required.
- Previous experience with government & customer property (equipment & material).
- Knowledge of the Oracle eAM Government Property System a plus.
- Knowledge of PCARSS and/or PIEE, LTDD, and IUID Registry systems, NPMA or other GP training /experience/certifications.
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