Friday, December 2, 2011

Developmental Disabilities of Clark County: Contract Procurement Specialist

TEMPORARY INDEFINITE (available immediately until undetermined date)
8:00am – 4:30pm; 40 Hours/week

  • High School Diploma Required
  • 2 Years Experience In Sales/Marketing; 1 Year Experience In DD Work Related Setting
  • Eligible for DODD Adult Services Registration
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Negative Results Of A Two-Step Mantoux TB Test And Drug Screening
  • Satisfactory Results Of Local And State Records Checks
  • Satisfactory Physical Examination Including Work-Related Lifting Test
  • Acquire/Maintain Applicable License/Certification/Registration In Good Standing, Attend Annual Inservice Workshops; Orientation;
  • Related Position Required Training
Under general supervision of the Adult Services Coordinator or Business Operations Manager, and in cooperation with other team members, researches and presents employment opportunities to the production team/management for their decision about pursuing business. Ensures continued contracts by building rapport with potential/current customers, researching customer specifications, and monitoring performance of required quality assurance activities.

Markets products and services produced by workers; solicits current and potential customers; researches, presents information and drafts items for government and private sector contracts/grants; coordinates scheduling of production with Manufacturing Manager/Adult Services Coordinator and customer(s); maintains customer contact to ensure satisfaction; coordinates quality control and inventory control for assigned contracts; researches new products and services; makes fixtures and jigs to assist Individuals in production; trains as needed; performs quality assurance testing; picks up and delivers materials, supplies and samples required for various contracts; makes price comparisons and requisitions quantities needed; prepares information for possible inclusion in budget requests for area. Prepares specifications for development of contracts; may assist in developing and conducting time, motion and feasibility studies or quality assurance inspections, using Department of Labor standards or ISO 9001-2008 standards; drafts quotes and/or contracts for customers; prepares quality control standards based on customer needs; communicates with customers via electronic systems; assists in preparing reports for government and private industries as specified in contracts/grants; assists in maintaining all records necessary for performance of
contracts/grants. May be required to assist RSW Supervisors in production of customer jobs or services, in order to complete jobs in an ontime manner. Attends meetings and inservice training; promotes services and programs; prepares informational materials and advertising on programs and operations; conducts tours. Performs other related duties as required, to include but not limited to: serving on committees.

COMPENSATION: Starts at $10.87 - $13.04 (depending on level of experience)
Per Compensation Procedure, employees placed in a higher temporary working level for a minimum of 30 calendar days will be compensated at a higher rate of pay for the entire appointment; to be paid in the pay period immediately following the 30 calendar days. This pay rate shall be no less than the entry level wage associated with the temporary assignment ($10.87).

BENEFITS: OPERS Retirement, Workers’ Compensation, EAP (Employee Assistance Program), Sick Leave, Vacation, Holidays, Deferred Compensation Plans, Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, PayProtect Plan and Liability Insurance

CONTACT: Stacy Collins at 328-5200 x 5208
APPLY AT: Board Employees apply at Human Resources Office, 2527 Kenton Street
All other Applicants apply at WorkPlus, 1345 Lagonda Avenue, Springfield, 8am – 3:30pm (take High School
Diploma, Social Security Card, and Contact Information for 3 work related references with you)
Only those applicants who clearly demonstrate meeting minimum requirements of the position will be interviewed. College transcripts (if applicable) and copies of all required licenses are required to be submitted with the application.

*** Developmental Disabilities of Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the philosophy, intent, and commitment of Developmental Disabilities of Clark County to adhere to a policy of equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry, national origin, veteran status, mental or physical disability or any other status protected by law.

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