Inventory Control Supervisor

Vernon,CA
5/12/2020

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Position Description

INVENTORY CONTROL SUPERVISOR SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS
The Inventory Control Manager analyzes and coordinates the organization’s supply chain. They manage the entire life cycle of a product (i.e., acquisition, distribution, allocation, and delivery).
INVENTORY CONTROL SUPERVISOR ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Develop business relationships with suppliers/vendors and customers.
Work to understand customers’ needs and how to meet them.
Direct the allocation of materials, supplies, and finished products.
Develop strategies to minimize the cost or time required to move goods.
Review the success of logistical functions and identify areas for improvement.
Present performance data to management.
Propose improvements to management and customers.
Stay current on advances in logistics technology and incorporate new technologies into procedures.
Lead a team of storage/warehousing personnel through the process of counting and recording inventory.
Responsible for actual inventory counts; must be knowledgeable about inventory items to be counted, the counting procedures used, and location of all inventories.
Identify items as coming from or belonging to the customer, keep those items segregated from other production materials/tools, and maintain control of customer inventory.
Develop and maintain the Master Parts List.
ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Reports directly to the Warehousing/Storage Manager; works with procurement (purchasing), shipping & receiving, warehousing, and production staff to manage production inventory.
INVENTORY CONTROL SUPERVISOR QUALIFICATIONS
A bachelor’s degree in business administration, industrial engineering, or supply chain management is required; a master’s degree in supply chain management is preferred. Work experience in logistics, inventory will be considered in lieu of a master’s degree.
Need strong communication skills to collaborate with colleagues and do business with suppliers and customers. Critical thinking, problem solving, and organizational skills are a must. Project management experience is preferred; a PMP certification is helpful. Experience with supply chain software is needed. Bilingual in English & Spanish

Rate of Pay $50,000. D.O.E

Type: Full-time
Pay: $50,000.00 per YEAR