Position InformationJob Title Bookstore Manager - Harrison County Campus
GENERAL STATEMENT OF FUNCTION: Responsible to the Dean of Business Services or designee for the operation of the campus bookstore to include staff, inventory, and daily operation of the bookstore.
• Responsible for the supervision of other bookstore employees at the campus level. • Maintain payroll and leave records for bookstore personnel. • Responsible for overseeing the ordering, receiving and pricing of the bookstores resale merchandise, instructional materials and textbooks. • Responsible for the management of the bookstore budget and report budgeting needs as they occur. • Responsible for the functions of creating purchase orders and receiving documents in Banner software. • Responsible for maintaining accurate records including packing slips, invoices, and monthly reconciliation for a college issued procurement card with which many bookstore purchases are made. • Maintain book information within the MGCCC book service program. • Supervise the issuing and collecting of serialized book service books as well as maintain records of student with delinquent book service books. • Responsible for the collection of money, preparation of bank and credit card deposits and reconciliation of funds. • Through the use of Winprism POS/ Inventory control, conduct a yearly inventory of all merchandise and books. • Responsible for inventory control maintenance of the bookstore inventory giving keen awareness to POS control reports and through theft/loss/shrinkage preparedness. • Other duties as assigned by Dean of Business Services or designee.
(M1) Associate Degree in Business or related area. (M2) Minimum of 5 years experience in business related area including purchasing, inventory, and budgeting experience. (M3) Experience in supervision and management. (M4) Proficient in the use of computers to include point of sale systems. (M5) Excellent customer service and communication skills.
(D1) Experience in a retail environment. (D2) Experience dealing with the public. (D3) Experience in an educational environment.
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes students and employees without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or qualified disability in its programs and activities. The college complies with non-discriminatory regulations under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972 of the Higher Education Act. For further information, contact the Compliance Officer, P.O. Box 609, Perkinston, Mississippi 39573, telephone number 601-528-8735, email address [email protected].
The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College District serves a four-county area with three major campuses, the Community Campus and four centers including: Perkinston Campus, Perkinston, MS; Harrison County Campus, Gulfport, MS; Jackson County Campus, Gautier, MS. Additionally, Mississippi Gulf Coast Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Center, Gulfport, MS; Keesler Center, Biloxi, MS; West Harrison Center, Long Beach, MS; and George County Center, Lucedale, MS.
State and regional associations accredit Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, and several programs are accredited nationally. Offerings include academic, technical degree, vocational skill and adult continuing education programs
Posting Detail InformationOpen Date 05/11/2023
Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Special Instructions to Applicants For more information on the position, please contact (Name, Address, Phone, and Email):
Blythe M. King, Ed.D.
Dean of Business Services
Harrison County Campus
2226 Switzer Road
Gulfport, MS 39507
Phone: 228.897.3824 [email protected]Supplemental Questions
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