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Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC)

Purchasing Assistant / Storefront Clerk Job

Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC) - Schofield Barracks, HI

Purchasing Assistant / Storefront Clerk Job

Purchasing Assistant / Storefront Clerk Job


Oct 27, 2017


Schofield Barracks, HI, US



Purchasing Assistant / Storefront Clerk (Job Number:426635)


SAIC has an opportunity for a Purchasing Assistant/Storefront Clerk.

Type: (Temp to Full-Time Regular SAIC Employment Status)


- Physical Logistics

Assist Storefront Supervisor to pass an Annual Quality Assurance Environmental, Compliance, Lead Person for Health & Safety Audit and Storefront Process Review

- Inventory Management

Maintain adequate stock and supply levels

Add new items - which requires research, price comparison, negotiated lead times with Estimated Delivery dates to meet customer demands.

Monitor slow moving items to reduce inventory carrying cost and physical footprint - Deplete or remove from inventory, identify obsolete items and research replacement items.

Manage inventory minimum and maximum stocking levels and monitor Not in Stock (NIS) levels

Perform daily inventory cycle Counts – physical counts must match inventory system counts – Reconcile cycle counts daily.

Fiscally responsible for an average monthly inventory

- Supplier Order Management

Expedite material for timely deliver and change orders

Intiates price challenges, changes, negotiations, and part number modifications, internal RFQs, sourcing, quote posting

- Spot Buy Responsibilities

Assist Storefront Manager to source, capture repeat buys and process transactions

Post and expedite RFQs/POs and assist customers with order status.

- Customer Service

Provide quality customer support and assist customers to locate material and make sure we have the quantities needed

Assist customer with researching new items to add to stock.


TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: High School and 0 years related experience.

Employee Training/Knowledge:

Skills: product knowledge, retail and purchasing experience; Customer service and relationship experience; basic computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel)

Must be able to pass SAIC’s background check

Must complete the Hazcom Training and is required to have an 8-hour Hazcom Refresher course.

Forklift License certification for standard 5,000 pounds forklift and 7-ton forklift Operator

Other MHE such as Pallet Jack, Wire and Rope cutter.

SAIC Overview:SAIC is a leading provider of technical, engineering and enterprise information technology services to the U.S. government. Our 13,000 employees deliver systems engineering and information technology offerings for large, complex government programs, as well as a broad range of higher-end, differentiated technology services. The company is headquartered in McLean, Va. For more information, visit

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

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Apr 7, 2017, 1:33:14 PM

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Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC)


Purchasing Assistant / Storefront Clerk Job Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC) - Schofield Barracks, HI, United States


Location: Schofield Barracks, HI

Company Profile:
The setting for SAIC's startup in 1969 was not much different than that of many companies that begin with a few dollars and a good idea. Small, austere offices with rented desks and typewriters that have seen better days. People furiously working days, nights and weekends, hoping to curb the anxiety over the future. For SAIC, it began in offices with a tremendous ocean view (rented for $2.40 per square foot per year) in the sleepy village of La Jolla, California. "We had the added advantage of having as our next-door neighbor, a ballet studio," recalls founder J. Robert Beyster, Ph.D. "On the balcony in front of us, just to keep things light-hearted, the ballerinas would dance by as we did our research."