Inventory Manager Nottingham
The Inventory Manager will have overall responsibility for the day to day control of Stock and Customer owned stock for domestic and worldwide. Managing the Inventory Team to ensure stock is kept accurate at all times, is the primary function of the role. The control of stock movements to Customer premises as well as in and out of Forward Stock Locations and Hub’s. Involvement in Customer projects that requires Inventory control and to act as the point of contact for the client. Interaction with ALL logistic partners to ensure they manage stock to ensure control and accuracy is maintained. Involvement in stock counts and the production of Stock Reports.
MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Day to Day management of the Inventory Team
Manage Stock inventory
Manage Customer Stock inventory
Upkeep of Morse to ensure FSL’s, Shipping options and Rate Cards are updated
Carry out missing stock investigations
Ensure replenishment orders are shipped out within the business OLA
Identification of Dual Use items and assistance with Commercial Invoices for Export purposes
When required direct, optimise and co-ordinate the full order cycle
Liaise and negotiate with service providers.
Keep track of quality, quantity, stock levels, costs and efficiencies.
Resolve any complaints expediently.
Meet costs, productivity, accuracy and timelines targets
Maintain metrics and analyse data to assess performance and implement improvements
Work closely with the business to solution existing and future customer requirements
Assist Logistics Manager as and when required
Work closely with and assist the Warehouse Manager as and when required
This list is not exhaustive and you may be required to undertake any other duties as reasonably required.
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
Ability to motivate and manage a team
Previous experience in an Inventory role
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.
A clear understanding of ECCN and HS Codes
Familiar with Cisco Networking Products and the Shipment thereof.
Ability to prioritise & organise own work in a busy environment
Good written and verbal communication skills
Able to work as part of a team or independently
Good organisational/planning skills
Hours of work: 37.5 hours – Monday to Friday 9 am to 5.30 pm
As well as being a great place to work with a friendly and helpful team, we offer the following benefits:
Salary up to £25,000 dependant on experience
Standard 22 days holiday + bank holidays (increasing to 25 days with service).
Additional 1⁄2 day birthday holiday
Ability to ‘earn’ an additional 4 days per annum if you win quarterly awards based on the company PRIDE values.
Cycle to Work Scheme.
Death in service (2 x salary).
Employee Cash Plan (including 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme, contribution to everyday
healthcare and complementary therapies, 24 x7 access to Virtual GP, stress management,
counselling, access to 1000s of retailer discounts)
Regular away days and social events.
Quarterly and annual awards.