Site Operations & Planning Coordinator

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Job Description
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: researching invoice issues and troubleshooting service requests; developing an approach to resolve the issues and requests, reviewing with lead and implementing the agreed changes. The Coordinator is also responsible for: performing new vendor set-ups in system; creating, submitting and tracking requisitions through purchase order receipt and payment; entering information into EZ-Buy for purchase orders; tracking Site Operations Department invoices in SAP for selected contracts as requested; assisting with the resolution of various invoicing problems; and running standardized SAP reports. The Coordinator is responsible for assisting in managing all departmental document flow including, but not limited, to PRs, POs, new vendor set-up, & basic contracts into software database (MSA, TSA, SOW, SLA, etc.).
Position Requirements
High school diploma and (2) years related experience or additional training in administrative capabilities and an excellent understanding of computer software systems i.e. Microsoft Office Suite. Exposure to maintenance systems/operations and working with maintenance, operations or facility organizations is a plus.
Experience: 1-2 years experience in an engineering/maintenance environment is preferred but in an office environment supporting technical functions is acceptable.
Additional Notes
Behavioral Competencies: Dealing with Ambiguity, Organization, Action Oriented, Planning, must be a team player.
Skills/Abilities: Able to handle multiple tasks with competing priorities. Work well in a fast paced environment. Self motivated.
Experience in MS Office software suite is critical. (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Title: Site Operations & Planning Coordinator
Location: MD, Gaithersburg - Corporate Headquarters
Req ID: 8345
Position Category: Engineering & Facilities

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