Inventory Manager

Posted 3 months ago

We are seeking an Inventory Manager to count our rocks!  The Inventory Manager will supervise a team of two and collaborate closely with our production and sales teams to ensure our inventory is accurate. The position involves counting, monitoring, evaluating, researching, supervising and supporting.

This job will be fun for you if you enjoy creating new processes and ways of work working as much as you enjoy implementing them; you are motivated to share your knowledge and expertise to help make a good company great; excel formulas make sense to you; and you like dogs (preferred!).

The job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develops, establishes, maintains and follows up on inventory control procedures, including a cycle count schedule based on calendar year, to ensure accuracy of materials reported.
  • Monitors and inspects levels of supplies and raw materials to identify shortages. Double checks randomly for accuracy.
  • Place orders to replenish stock ensure no insufficiencies or excessive overstock. Analyze data to anticipate future needs.
  • Collaborates with the production and sales teams to ensure inventory adjustments are completed accurately for work in progress, material used in house, or damaged goods.
  • Oversees accurate and consistent labelling of products when received, upon completion of production and when in inventory.
  • Oversees the accurate receiving of shipments and materials to Connecticut Stone including paperwork, data entry, delivery logs, spread sheets. Completes double checks and corrects any errors found.
  • Completes and processes purchase orders for special orders and accurately processes manufacturing allocations as required.
  • Ensures accounting software is accurately maintained to communicate and update all departments regarding tracking of orders and costs.
  • Provides leadership and support to the inventory team as needed. Including setting work schedules and monitoring timecard and overtime, providing direction, setting expectations and monitoring performance.

The skills and experience required include:

  • Bachelor’s degree (B. A. / B. S.) from four-year college or university.
  • Knowledge and experience in inventory management or similar position required.
  • Knowledge and experience of data analysis, forecasting methods and working knowledge of inventory management software is required.
  • Prior experience working in a manufacturing environment with experience of raw materials is preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Organizational and planning skills
  • Ability to accurately track inventory and create reports.
  • Computer literacy including Microsoft Office, Excel.

In return for your nimble mind and amenable personality we will reward you with:

  • The opportunity to be part of the history of Connecticut Stone, continuing to drive our success forward for the next generation;
  • A culture that is ‘literally’ family;
  • A schedule that supports work/life balance;
  • The opportunity to join in our celebration events and get togethers;
  • An a la carte benefits package where you can choose what works best for you;
  • Annual company shutdown for one week at the end of December;