POSITION OVERVIEW:"Seeking an Inventory Control Manager only."As an inventory control manager: there are a number of responsibilities and duties that should be expected of you to play. They are shown in the job description below:Job Description:Must have Inventory Control Management background onlyEvaluate suppliers: this involves finding suppliers to deliver goods needed by company. This implies that a good rapport should be maintained with suppliersPrepare inventory documentation: involves accurately recording type, quantity, and other features of inventory of a clear understanding of the state of the stocksEnsure that inventories are constantly up to standardsPerform clerical duties such as answering of calls and messagingEnsure that whatever merchandise are received meet order when neededCreate purchase plan: ensuring the availability of stocks when neededEnsure available stocks match customer needsMaintain daily invoices and shipment records to ascertain the state of all stocksResponsible for forecasting company's future stock needsOversee the constant flow of stocks in and out of company's warehouse facilityDocument stocks delivery and supervise their movement into operational processing or positionPrepare records used to access tax that is dueEnsure maintenance of optimal levels of stock for availability as the need arisesSet up operation standards for all subordinates to followEnsure proper management of aging and excess stocksRecommend operational policies and goals to company's managementRespond to complaints and queries concerning inventories and productsPrepare and submit inventory control reports to supervisorCarry out inventory control to ensure inventories are at optimal levelsProvide assistance and direction to colleagues and subordinates as requiredInvestigate complaints of customers Job Requirements:Specific knowledge, training or skills required to perform the duties of this position:Solid knowledge of distribution and inventory practices, procedures and systems typically acquired through progressive related experiences and 2 or more years of formal education.Proven background in cycle count policies and procedures in a distribution environment. Exposure to Sarbanes Oxley is preferred.Excellent communication skillsEffective leadership skillsCritical thinking skills/problem solving skillsComputer skills in MS Word, Excel a mustExcellent logistical skills to be able to track movement of supplies from the supplier to the warehouseAbility to work under pressure and still maintain ideal disposition towards workPreferences:Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a four-year college or university with major coursework in logistics, inventory management or business management.Certified with Association for Operation Management (APICS) as Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) a plus
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