Purchasing - Compliance Analyst I
Performs entry-level compliance and reporting work. Assist in gathering, reviewing, analyzing, and updating inventory information related to fixed assets, such as machinery and equipment, land, buildings, roadways, and other structures such as parks and landfills. Works under moderate supervision, with considerable latitude for use of initiative and independent judgment.
Examples of Work Performed
- Performs entry to moderate level compliance analysis that is primarily to determine compliance with laws, rules, and regulations.
- Compiles, reviews, and analyzes data to verify documentation.
- Reviews and processes documentation related to auction reports.
- Reviews and processes transfers of County assets between departments, to surplus, and prepares assets for final disposition.
- Assists in the general process required to prepare and hold a public auction for surplus items and the preparation of those documents.
- Prepares and ensures timely processing of tagging confirmations.
- Maintains, reports, and advises County Departments on transactions related to County Vehicles Texas Certificate of Title, registration renewals, and insurance information.
- Assists in preparing annual mandated Fixed Asset Reports.
- Assists with gathering and analyzing raw data in compliance with GASB Statement #34.
- Monitors the agenda for any pertinent court actions that relate to Compliance & Reporting Division.
- Prepares and presents written and/or oral reports regarding compliance issues for management and other staff.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Compliance Analyst I
- Knowledge of the relevant federal and state rules and regulations
- Knowledge of the principles and fundamentals of government accounting.
- Skill in conducting data searches and evaluating large amounts of data; in preparing concise and accurate reports and recommendations.
- Must be proficient with MS Office applications such as Excel, Word, Power Point, Access, etc.
- Ability to identify inefficiencies and adopt process improvement techniques.
- Must pay attention to detail to be able to perform and develop methods and procedures, and to maintain a system of proper and accurate record keeping.
- Must be able to maintain effective working relationships with others and to communicate effectively.
- Must demonstrate good critical thinking and problem solving skills.
- Must demonstrate excellent oral communication skills for proper interaction with elected officials, department heads, department staff, business organizations and the general public.
- Ability to exercise sound judgment when making critical decisions, analyze complex information, and develop plans to interpret complex data.
- Ability to analyze issues, to work under pressure and meet close deadlines.