PCMM is a unit within The Controller's Office which falls under University Finance and Administration. We support the University mission by providing effective management of OSU’s resources. Whether it’s purchasing a system that’s vital to an academic unit’s success, solidifying meaningful collaborative efforts through a contract, leading the way towards zero waste and effective sustainability or finding a home for a unique piece of equipment, the PCMM staff are dedicated stewards who are committed to effectively managing OSU’s resources.
PURCHASING ANALYST 3
PCMM is seeking a Purchasing Analyst 3 to support campus procurement activities in the Procurement workgroup of the Department. The main responsibilities include procurement contract management, reviewing and amending contractual terms, solicitation processing and advising, data analysis, program training, and interpretation of policies and procedures. You will use your excellent customer service and problem solving skills to efficiently and professionally manage and advise on procurement processes along with a small team of professionals in a fast-paced work environment that is collaborative, supportive and creative. For a complete job description and to apply online please visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/84362 Closes Nov. 10, 2019.
PCMM is recruiting for a Contracts Officer to be a member of the Contract Services workgroup. This position is responsible for drafting and executing a diverse portfolio of contracts, domestic and international, that are classified primarily as non-research and non-procurement transactions. The Contracts Officer should be an effective communicator, a creative solutions-oriented problem solver and someone who is able to work with diverse colleagues. For a complete job description and to apply online, please visit https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/84547. Closes Nov. 22, 2019.
OSU Procurement Standards
Wednesday, November 6 from 10:30-11:20am
Join the Procurement Staff to learn more about OSU Procurement Standards and associated procedures and resources designed to provide efficient and effective procurement services within the Standard. Highlights include introduction to procurement thresholds and methods, such as informal (small) purchase processes and Documentation of Competition.
BennyBuy: Form Usage, Tips & Tricks
Wednesday, November 6 from 2:00-2:50pm
BennyBuy has three request forms now (Purchase, Contract and Payment) and determining which form to use can be confusing. In this session we’ll walk through all of the forms and use different scenarios to illustrate which form works best. We’ll also provide tips and tricks on using the forms.
Please join PCMM in welcoming Ashley Brown as the new Program Tech 1 in the Accounts Payable workgroup. Ashley joined PCMM on Oct. 1 and will be overseeing the procurement card program. Ashley can be reached at 541-737-0650 or by email at Ashley.email@example.com. Welcome Ashley!
Please join PCMM in welcoming Ken Horne as the new Purchasing Analyst in the Construction Contracts Administration workgroup. Ken joined OSU on October 10 and will be processing purchase orders, assisting with tracking construction projects documentation and responding to requests for information from internal and external customers. Ken can be reached at 541-737-4672, or by email at Kenneth.firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome Ken!
Please join PCMM in welcoming Brian Kinsey as the new Procurement Manager in the Procurement workgroup. Brian recently joined OSU in August and will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of procurement with university wide scope, procurement policies and staff. Brian can be reached at 541-737-1027, or by email at email@example.com. Welcome Brian!
Campus Recycling’s sponsored student club, the Waste Watchers, sponsors once-per-quarter Repair Fairs, at which volunteers help attendees fix their broken items and D.I.Y. demonstrations are offered on a variety of topics. The event helps the community save money, gain skills, and reduce waste. Learn more on their website.
To encourage sustainability and reduce department expenses, Surplus Property has a free office supply program that allows OSU departments to acquire office supplies and housewares priced at $5 or less for free, with a limit of $20 per visit. Delivery of these items are still subject to a fee. Learn more on their website.
In response to OSU’s waste hauler, Republic Services, changing their acceptance policy of materials collected for composting, Campus Recycling has updated campus compost guidelines, effective September 1, 2019. These changes are not only due to complications with serving ware properly degrading at the Pacific Region Compost Facility, but also the environmental and economic sustainability of the products themselves. This is part of a larger movement across Oregon to move away from composting service ware.