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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The PARTS SUPPLY SPECIALIST 3 specializes in a specific complex phase of the parts supply operation, (e.g. hydraulic, electrical traffic control signal, sign, scientific, engineering. etc.) and coordinates or trains employees in lower level classes in specialized parts.
This is the third level of a three level series. Responsibility for the specialty parts and supplies needed in heavy equipment, truck, and machinery repair and training lower-level employees in specialized parts and supply identification and acquisition distinguish it from the lower level.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The duties listed below are not inclusive but characteristic of the type and level of work associated with this class. Individual positions may perform all or some combination of the duties listed below as well as other related duties.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
The Parts Supply Specialist 3 has regular telephone, mail, radio, or in-person contact with mechanics and field crews to receive orders for parts and supplies and to provide technical parts information. There is regular telephone and in-person contact with vendors to order special parts or parts needed in an emergency.
Parts Supply Specialist 3 work under limited technical supervision from Parts Supply Supervisor. Policies and procedures, and State purchasing regulations and comply with Administrative Rules on supply operations guide the work.
Positions require manual labor including stooping, bending, reaching, carrying, and climbing ladders and lifting up to 65 pounds. There is exposure to exhaust, fumes, dust and noise. May be required to deliver emergency parts at night or on holidays or weekends.
A valid Oregon drivers license.