New York State Department of Civil Service
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
Motor Equipment Storeskeepers receive, store, and issue a large variety of mechanical parts and tools used to repair and maintain vehicles, heavy equipment, and machinery. They are generally classified in the regional repair shops in the Department of Transportation.
MOTOR EQUIPMENT STORESKEEPER: one position classified in each Transportation Regional Equipment Management Office to manage the regional stores inventory; one position assigned to the Palisades Region of the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.
Motor Equipment Mechanics perform skilled mechanical work to maintain, repair, and overhaul motor driven vehicles, equipment, and machinery.
Stores Clerks 2 (Motor Equipment) order and receive parts and supplies, maintain inventories, obtain and cross reference parts numbers, and issue parts in a stores operation that supports the repair and maintenance of vehicles, equipment, and machinery.
Stores Clerks perform a variety of clerical and manual activities to receive, store, and issue goods, materials, equipment, and records.
MOTOR EQUIPMENT STORESKEEPER: plans, controls, and evaluates inventory levels to meet needs of repair shops in the region; supervises parts procurement, including ordering parts and supplies, monitoring contract compliance and vendor performance, monitoring and maintaining the reorder schedule, resolving parts procurement problems, monitoring compliance with purchasing procedures, maintaining contacts for open market purchases, and selecting sources of supply for items not on contract; supervises staff assigned to the mechanical stores operation; prepares and recommends inventory adjustments; maintains records and reconciles them to the inventory; monitors, supervises, and controls inventories at residency and regional repair shops; prepares estimates of annual parts requirements; maintains a perpetual inventory of parts and supplies; monitors and controls conformance with departmental regulations regarding physical inventories; resolves questions on accounts receivable; maintains security of parts storage areas; and directs the preparation of purchase orders and requisitions.
MOTOR EQUIPMENT STORESKEEPER
Promotion: one year of service as a Motor Equipment Mechanic or Stores Clerk 2 (Motor Equipment).
Open Competitive: three years of experience with responsibility for the procurement, issuance, stocking and inventory control of a wide variety of automotive, truck, agricultural, industrial, military, and/or construction equipment parts in a facility with computer control of the parts operation.