Inventory Control Clerk
Zenabis
Atholville, NB
Role Summary

Reporting to the Director of Manufacturing & Supply Chain the Inventory Control Clerk is responsible for supporting the Inventory controls within the vault by organizing and leading inventory counts at all steps of packaging and shipping and investigating and reconciling inventory discrepancies. The Inventory Control Clerk is responsible for Master Data setup in our inventory systems and maintaining data within the inventory systems. This individual must have superb organizational skills and a keen attention to detail.

Core Competencies

Knowledge of physical security requirements for Controlled Substances related legislation, regulations and guidelines in Canada
General understanding about the operational controls and inventory movement of controlled substances
Excellent computer skills
Good understanding of inventory tracking systems
Knowledge and compliance with GPP, GMP and GLP
Strong organization skills and attention to detail

Duties and Responsibilities

Check-in of products brought in the previous day (confirming weights, lot, counts of packages and calculating processing losses)
Reconciliation of incoming/outgoing products within the vault
Ensure product is placed on pallets properly (forklift experience an asset)
Prepare product for next day (Check-out) upon receipt of information from the Division Manager and/or supervisor
Calculating moisture loss of each lot, tracking, re-weighing through inventory tracking system.
Keep vault organized at all times
Ensure a reconciliation/inventory count is done once a month for each lot and give regular update to the Division Manager and packaging team
Maintain Excel spreadsheet for stability and all discrepancies adjusted in inventory tracking system
Dispensing items from Raw Materials to Packaging
Ensure lots are segregated as quarantine or released
Other duties as assigned by the Divisional Manager (RPIC)

Qualifications

High School Diploma
Forklift experience an asset
Must be able to follow detailed instructions
Must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Able to work well with and closely with Management
Prioritize, work well under time pressure, and focus on work in midst of noise
Maintain a good, cooperative and respectful attitude
Comply with safety laws and regulations
Works well independently and in a team environment
Good communication and documentation skills

Salary: Hourly position $15.00 - $17.00 per hour

Security Clearance: Security Clearance may be requested for this position

Working Hours: Shift work – 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Physical Requirements: Physical aptitude to perform tasks required for the proper management of Security Operations

Direct Reports: Director of Manufacturing and Supply Chain