Operations Coordinator (Los Angeles)

compensation: $15 - $20 (DOE) per hour plus Benefits: Medical/Dental/Life/LTD/Vision/401K/PTO/Holidays
employment type: full-time
non-profit organization

Job Overview: The Operations Coordinator is responsible for the development, documentation, and implementation of all polices, processes, systems, and standards for the procurement and distribution of office supplies, facility materials, inventory controls, data processing and logistics, including the ordering and distribution of Food Bank items to SRO Housing’s portfolio.

• Collaborates with cross-functional departments such as Accounting, Facilities and Social Services to enhance
tools and system functionalities.
• Works closely with the Accounting and Facilities departments to ensure all purchase requests are procured
and delivered in a timely manner.
• Responsible for inventory management.
• Responsible for orientation, training and on-site audits of the supply warehouse support team and driver.
• Responsible to assess supply needs of SRO Housing’s portfolio and Facility Department.
• Maintains a superior level of accuracy while creating and verifying purchase order information including
proper back-up documentation (bids, tax forms, etc.)
• Identifies conflicts, revises discrepancies and updates purchase order information as needed to expedite
• Identifies procurement risks, creates solutions and implements change.
• Monitors vendor performance including on time delivery and conformance of material with specifications.
• Controls expenditures while maximizing available resources.
• Responsible to organize and monitor supply inventory to meet demand and limit liability for SRO Housing.
• Troubleshoots and manages internal relationships to ensure quality customer service to SRO Housing’s
• Handles multiple projects simultaneously and meets deadlines in a timely manner.
• Maintains supplier database, price lists and vendor contacts and profiles.
• Provides reports to Accounting and leadership when requested.
• Performs other duties as assigned by leadership.

Education: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in an applicable field or an AA Degree and five years of applicable Purchasing and Inventory Controls experience.

Experience: Five or more years of demonstrated inventory controls and purchasing experience in a fast paced nonprofit environment. A working knowledge of general business operations in a nonprofit, social services environment (or similar environment).

Skills: Analysis/Problem Solving. Understanding of warehouse operations using automated spreadsheets and databases. Excellent communication skills, written and verbal. Computer proficiency with MS Office programs and Inventory databases. Negotiation skills. Ability to work under pressure. Strong ability to develop and cultivate relationships and motivate others. Ability to coordinate and/or direct a variety of tasks and assignments simultaneously and successfully; prioritize effectively; attentive to detail. Must have confidence in making critical decisions with little to no supervision.

License A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.

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post id: 6962399038


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