Vending supervisor

Company Name:
Navy Exchange Services (NEX)
Location: United States-Nevada-Fallon
Job Number: 14000420
Job Summary:
Supervises the vending operation responsible for the maintenance and operation of vending and money changing machines; cleans machines and other areas; supervises the preparation of reports, files maintenance, and other clerical functions.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervises 3-8 employees in grades through NA-5, engaged in the inspection, replenishment of hot/cold foods, beverages; preparation of merchandise transfers; relocating and installing machines at locations, collecting monies from machines; cleaning vending machines and other areas; issuing change to patrons utilizing Navy Exchange game room, receiving of merchandise, preparation of statistical and financial data, maintaining files and typing correspondence, etc.
Counsels employees, mediates informal complaints and grievances and initiates disciplinary actions when necessary.
Evaluates work performance of subordinate personnel and approves/disapproves leave.
Trains subordinates in proper procedures and technical aspects of the vending operations.
Establishes work schedules and sequence of operations for subordinates. Provides adequate staffing for all vending areas.
Effects changes in work assignments and methods, as needed.
Takes necessary action to ensure economical use and protection of supplies, tools, equipment and cash.
Supervises cash handling operations involving money collections from the vending machines and ensures proper control and maintenance of records.
Determines the need for equipment and supplies and assures an adequate stock is maintained.
Prepares Requisition of required parts for procurement.
Maintains stock of parts, tools and equipment, ensuring tools are properly protected to prevent rusting and loss.
Also, maintains service and technical manuals up-to-date.
Responsible for conducting periodic inventory of supplies and equipment; determines discrepancies or short and damaged items, and accounts for all merchandise in stock and transferred items, etc.
Assures that safety and housekeeping rules are followed.
Performs other duties as assigned Qualifications: GENERAL EXPERIENCE: One year of experience that provided the applicant with knowledge and skill to carry out basic retail consumables selling and inventory duties, and the ability to prepare merchandise transfer documentation.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE: One year of high school education may be substituted for 3 months of general experience up to a High School Diploma or GED for one year of general experience.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: One year of experience that provided the applicant with the knowledge and skill to perform various duties involving the maintenance and operation of vending, money changing machines and juke boxes.
Candidates must possess a valid state driver's license or a valid commercial driver's license (CDL); and consistent record of safe driving.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Regularly lifts and transports moderately heavy objects weighing up to 40 lbs. Occasionally handles heavier items with assistance or materials handling equipment. Regular walking, bending, reaching required.

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