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The Commissary Coordinator is responsible for developing and overseeing the operations of the commissary. This position is governed by state and federal laws and

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Typical Functions:

Develops, coordinates, and implements commissary activities; prepares technical documents relating to the commissary and procurement activities. Ensures commissary is in compliance with related laws, codes, ordinances, and department policies; advises staff and supervisors of areas of non-compliance; recommends measures to gain and maintain compliance. Trains commissary assistants; assigns and inspects the work of assigned staff; assists in the preparation of, or makes recommendations relating to, the performance appraisals of the commissary staff. Performs and conducts studies, special projects, administrative, operational, procurement and other informational research projects; performs data collection and analysis; documents processes; prepares reports and technical documents; develops processes and procedures to improve efficiency. Orders and unpacks replacement stock, conducts a regular physical inventory to reconcile stock levels, and maintains stock area in a clean and orderly fashion. Reviews automated reports and resolves accounting and stock level discrepancies. Prepares reports related to commissar activities on a periodic basis. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of basic principles and practices of public purchasing, including competitive bidding practices. Knowledge of stock control and inventory procedures. Knowledge of standard office practices and procedures and the operation of office equipment, including a computer. Knowledge of applicable laws, codes, and regulations. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet critical deadlines. Ability to train others in work procedures. Ability to buy with regard to quality, quantity, and price in standard situations.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus four years of experience in commissary operations, purchasing, warehousing, inventory control or a related field with two years in a correctional, law enforcement or military setting, including one year in a leadership capacity.

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