Inventory Coordinator

Berkshire  ‐ Onsite
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Keywords

Stock Control Telecommunications Enterprise Resource Planning Supply Chain Management Six Sigma Methodology Business Process Improvement Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) Certified in Production and Inventory Management Finance Forecasting Recruitment Lean Processes Procurement Management

Description

Inventory Co-ordinator

Contract

Reading - Hybrid-working

Context:

The Inventory Co-ordinator works within the logistics function, which is responsible for: Forecast management and procurement of equipment; Management of inventory; Deployment of equipment to sites within the agreed timescales; Management of returned equipment and the subsequent management of the quarantine, repair, and disposal of these assets. The team are also responsible for the accuracy of the data relevant to these activities in the company ERP and associated tools.

As a critical element of an effective supply chain, the Inventory Co-ordinator will be responsible for the management of inventory, maintaining the accuracy of inventory records, and ensuring effective timely decisions are made to maintain appropriate stock levels.

What we are looking for:

  • Experienced in Inventory Management techniques within telecoms or similar industry.
  • Ability to investigate and identify corrective actions.
  • Understanding of the financial impacts of inventory and inventory movements.
  • Knowledge of continuous improvement techniques and experience of implementing improvement activity.

Nice to have:

  • APICS CPIM or equivalent qualification
  • Experience of IFS (ERP tool)
  • Lean/Six Sigma qualification
  • Experience of working in Telecoms industry
  • Membership of the CILT

Project People is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Start date
ASAP
Duration
12 months
From
Project People
Published at
16.05.2024
Project ID:
2751421
Contract type
Freelance
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