Property (Asset) Management Coordinator
The Property (Asset) Management Coordinator will provide administrative control for government-owned personal property assets (sensitive, capital, controlled and other accountable personal property). The Administrator will perform database administrative functions to ensure that the assets are maintained in accordance with the Department of Energy and Federal Regulations and that personal property management practices support the Laboratory mission and goals. The incumbent will assist individuals with asset management questions and train new property custodians; and provide customer assistance/problem solving; schedule, plan, conduct and document personal property inventories and spot checks. Establish and maintain auditable personal property/asset records by identifyingproperty types, status, movements, assignments, dispositionand excess property disposal processes. Performs analysis, reconciliations, resolves discrepancies, and prepares necessary management reports.
Qualification includes a high school diploma or equivalent. A minimum of 3 years experience in asset management or similar business experience, ability to learn and apply Department of Energy orders and directives, experience with integrated data base systems and proficient in Microsoft office specifically Word and Excel applications. This position requires a self-starter with strong organizational and communication skills (written and verbal), the ability to work independently interacting with all staffs and contractors and the ability to successfully complete all required training.
Physical requirements are frequent walking; occasionally working in awkward position (e.g. twisting, crawling or bending to access difficult views of property tags or other unique property identification markings), climbing ladders and the ability to lift 25 pounds.