Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Property Management Analyst - Corporate Group','252879','Federal Reserve Bank of New York','NY-New York City','','Full-time','Regular','Non-exempt','Non-exempt','Experienced','','','No','Day Job','','','','','','','','!*!
The Corporate Group (“CG”) is dedicated to being a trusted, strategic business partner to clients Bank wide. The Group delivers a broad range of innovative, impactful solutions that foster the Bank's ability to meet its mission. The CG is aligned across its functions to provide superior services and value added resources and financial management that seamlessly support our clients' and the Bank's objectives.
Individuals in this job will assist with Real Estate operations in support of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (“FRBNY”) strategic plans and core objectives. The Real Estate Function, part of the Corporate Group (“CG”), manages the FRBNY’s progressive real estate management strategy that balances the unique institutional demands of the FRBNY with an industry and market oriented operating philosophy. In addition to managing real estate and operational responsibilities for the FRBNY’s facilities, it ensures resiliency and risk management for the Federal Reserve System (“FRS”) critical & general computing environments.
This position will provide support to the Officer/Chief Engineer/Chief Repairs & Maintenance in carrying out the following responsibilities:
Review all invoices in Ariba
Update time cards, process invoices, accounts receivables, accounts payables, reconcile Pcard transactions, process contracts, purchase orders and bids
Work closely with staff to facilitate improved record keeping of vendor services, audit documents and other building documents
Update and maintain FedShare Site
Provide administrative support to the Real Estate Property Management team as needed
Draft, type, manage, and prioritize correspondences, other documents and communications
Manage and coordinates schedules, travel, and other events
Manage and participate on project teams and other Divisional engagements as required
Assist with processing contracts and materials contracting
Assist with the update and maintenance of the Asset Tracking system
Perform ad hoc orders for hardware and software
Maintain inventory for stationary, office and pantry supplies
Assist with on boarding and off boarding staff
Assist with the coordination and preparation of presentation and meeting materials
Perform ad hoc analysis and special projects
Provide backup coverage for the admin on the executive floor as required
Assist with daily updating and management of FedTRAC (Building Management Work Order system) for business area May include drafting approvals, communication, and dispositioning orders
Performs other duties as assigned (Vendor/Stakeholder/Customer Communications, and coordinating vendor access) ','!*!Job Requirements:
HS Graduate or equivalent; Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred
2 to 4 years relevant work experience including knowledge of Bank's operating policies and procedures and Human Resources administration policies, including, but not limited to, PeopleSoft/FedConnect, Time and Labor, travel reimbursement, purchasing, disbursing and document retention
Experience with Ariba a plus
Excellent at sharing information with appropriate parties and applies appropriate confidentiality
Strong self-management skills such as taking on work without being told; seeks direction as needed while proposing solutions
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is committed to a diverse workforce and to providing equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, disability, or military service.
','Property Management Analyst - Corporate Group
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.