Goodwill Industries of Central Texas
Our Mail and Office Supplies Specialist is responsible for maintaining daily mail service operations and procurement operations of office supplies for our Greendale Facility. Responsibilities include but not limited to: monitoring/maintaining professional central mail and office supply room, providing timely provision of mail, supplies, collecting data and preparing reports and maintain copy areas. Provide back up to the Receptionist.
Monday - Friday 7:30AM to 5:00PM
1. Receive and sort mail to appropriate recipients or departments
2. Ensure delivery of outgoing mail to courier or post office
3. Provide support with special printing and/or collating projects
4. Perform data entry activities
5. Maintain adequate mailroom supplies
6. Check postal rates and weigh outgoing mail
7. Post shipping labels on packages
8. Complete shipping forms
9. Arrange for courier services to pick up and deliver packages
10. Replenish supply of post office forms
11. Purchase postage and ensure postage supply
12. Monitor and replenish Office supplies with appropriate approvals.
13. Maintain and supply copiers with paper, toner and developer supplies.
14. Maintain professional central mail and Office supply room.
15. Contact vendors for office equipment repair/maintenance and problem resolution.
16. Collect data and prepare reports as assigned.
17. Greet visitors and staff in a pleasant and professional manner.
18. Maintain standards of confidentiality.
19. Create and post signage for conference rooms
20. Monitor and replenish supplies for conference rooms (e.g., easels, flip chart paper, markers, whiteboard markers, etc.)
III. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A. Core Competencies:
1. Knowledge of and skill in applying office practices and procedures.
2. Knowledge of procurement processes and procedures in an office environment.
3. Knowledge of computer programs, including Microsoft Word and Excel, or related computer programs.
4. Knowledge of safety practices and procedures in the working environment.
5. Ability to prepare and maintain neat, accurate and complete records of report.
6. Ability to work and communicate effectively with employees, the public, and a variety of professionals in a professional and cooperative manner.
7. Ability to set priorities, work independently, and identify and solve work related problems.
8. Ability to maintain accurate bookkeeping records.
9. Ability to work efficiently and accurately with little supervision.
10. Ability to maintain confidentiality of communication between service participants and Job Center/Human Services staff.
11. Ability to handle sensitive/difficult situations.
12. Ability to handle high volume telephone calls/visitors.
B. Training and Experience:
1. High school graduate or equivalent.
2. Two years related work experience.
C. License or Certificate:
D. Physical/Sensory Demands: (Range of motion, weight requirements, repetitive use of hands/feet, speech, vision, hearing, other requirements)
1. Must be able to move about office areas.
2. Ability to lift up to 25 pounds for maintaining central supplies room.
3. Repetitive use of hands is required in the form of fine manipulations while using computer and typewriter keyboards and switchboard.
4. Must speak clearly and hear well in order to effectively use communications equipment.
5. Ability to observe switchboard.
IV. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS PREFERRED:
A. Vocational/Technical degree preferred.
B. One year procurement experience preferred.
C. Bilingual skills, particularly in English and Spanish related languages preferred.
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