Inventory Controller is responsible to manage inventory by maintaining adequate levels of stock to meet daily production demands while minimizing excess inventory.
Inventory controller is responsible to maintain inventory levels, make monthly inventory reports, record and label inventory items to be used in the future and maintain accurate records.
• Collaborate with Finance and Operations to develop the inventory management strategy of the company with the goal to control costs within budget, generate savings, rationalize inventory and maximize the working capital available.
• Maintain and manage inventory of materials and stocked products, which include stock locations.
• Account for receipts of new items, returns, back-orders and associated issues, and inputs essential data on all the handled materials, while adhering to strict accounting and auditing procedures.
• Control perpetual inventory stock counting and accuracy checks, and investigates discrepancies and shortages to minimize overstocks and remove redundant and obsolete raw materials.
• Ensure that the inward goods and stock control department is properly controlled and organized according to Company’s standard procedure for sufficient production support and for the achievement of business goals.
• Perform regular cycle counts of inventory materials and assists in conducting yearly physical inventory counts.
• Provide routine management data regarding inventory performance, which involves evaluating and monitoring usage and cost of materials and consumables and wastage.
• Create and maintain accurate written procedures for the primary inventory control functions and processes, to ensure accuracy and integrity of the stock management system implemented.
• Recommend and implement improvement systems and processes to reduce inventory setbacks, while minimizing costs and maximizing working capital.
• Ensure customer orders are fully and properly completed and that all stocks have been correctly allocated to corresponding production jobs.
• Creates daily reports to control the key critical areas of the stock system and address any discrepancy to manage control measures to ensure inaccuracies and errors are highlighted and resolved.
• Perform miscellaneous duties, which are work-related, as assigned.
|Job Role:||Logistics and Transportation|
|Company Industry:||Catering, Food Service, & Restaurant|