What will be your role?
Reporting to the Director of Manufacturing Operations, the Storekeeper will be responsible for managing inventory and access to parts within established parameters. He will work closely with the purchasing department to resolve issues related to deliveries. The storekeeper will have the following responsibilities:
Receive and sort incoming parts and supplies.
Compare incoming packing slips or invoices to items received to ensure that shipments are correct.
Maintain the workshop inventory and perform optimal stock management.
Perform and approve receipts in the system.
Examine merchandise to determine which items need to be reordered or renewed.
Work closely with the purchasing department in order to prevent or resolve problems relating to delivery errors, product substitution, new formats, return of goods, etc.
Perform inventory entries and exits according to the process in place.
Communicate directly with suppliers to resolve problems and inform their supervisor.
Order missing parts and check lead times.
Ensure receipt of merchandise and compliance with orders.
Perform data entry into computer systems.
Assist the shipping and receiving team as needed.
Ensure the cleanliness, order and safety of premises and goods.
Which candidate profile are we looking for?
High school diploma (DES) or ASP Stock Inventory.
Minimum 5 years of experience in inventory control.
Knowledge of inventory management software.
Knowledge of NAV Dynamics (ERP), an asset.
Analysis and synthesis skills uses a structured and logical and coherent approach.
Organized and good sense of priority.
Bilingual, spoken and written (French and English).
Knowledge of Kaizen-5S philosophies as well as the ISO 9001-2015 standard.
Hold a valid forklift driver’s license, an asset.
How do I apply?
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