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Inventory Control Coordinator

Beretta USA
Beretta USA

Posted 5 months ago

Inventory Control Coordinator

Gallatin, TN

  • The Inventory Control Coordinator is responsible for ensure that the cycle count procedure is executed per the established plan.
  • The coordinator identifies the parts to be count, assigns count sheets to the inventory counters, reviews count data and updates the E1 perpetual inventory record after proper approval is obtained.
  • The Inventory Control Coordinator is responsible for monitoring the results of the cycle counts and doing basic analysis of the data. 
  • Responsible for inventory accuracy of customer supplied material and customer updates as requested.
  • Responsible for supporting the receiving dock functions and material movement to assembly and packaging.
  •  Performs a variety of computer functions relating to inventory control in the ERP system.
  • Responsible for safe handling of material at all times and protecting it from damage.

  • Oversee the cycle count inventories of components in TMFG inventory locations. Investigates variances and maintains KPI data and reporting.
  • Performs cycle counts. Inputs cycle counts into computer. 
  • Generates and reviews count summaries for error, recounting as necessary.
  • Recommends adjustments for approval. 
  • Verifies goods received by counting, weighing, and/or identifying goods against labels and receipt documentation. 
  • Performs the receiving transaction in the ERP system.
  • Delivers goods received to the Receiving Inspection, semi-finished parts queue, or finished goods location as applicable. 
  • Performs inter-warehouse location transfers and conversions to new product codes (re-classing). May assist leaders on special projects and assist in training other warehouse employees on computer 
  • functions or other cross training.

  • Performance of duties requires heavy lifting. 
  • Physical effort may be required to transport in excess of 70 pounds. 
  • Requires standing, walking, bending, and stooping. 
  • Occasionally, will be exposed to all weather conditions in handling materials outside, unloading or loading vehicles. 
  • Safety protective equipment as required.

  • Pay attention to detail and time frames in processing paperwork. 
  • Transaction accuracy is critical. 
  • Operate a variety of equipment including calculator, computer, scales, hand truck, pallet jack, and forklift. 
  • Have a thorough knowledge of parts workflow, procedures and computer inventory systems (ERP or equivalent). Perform basic mathematical calculations. 
  • Physical ability to reach, stoop, bend, climb stairs, and move materials from floor-to-shelves and from department to department. 
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills.

  • High school diploma or equivalent. Associate degree or better preferred. 2 years as Warehouse Associate or equivalent experience. Computer experience required.

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