Trainee Stock Control Administrator job in Cheadle
Job Ref: 6657
Job Type: PERM
Date Posted: 25-07-2019
Category: Administration Office Support, Logistics/ Supply Chain
Our client has been established for almost 50 years and they are looking to expand their team and recruit a Trainee Stock Control Administrator. This really is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a growing and vibrant business and gain excellent experience whilst having the opportunity to take further learning and qualifications in stock management.
This is a great opportunity for a recent college leaver or similar looking for a role within stock control/administration where they will be offered full training and real career development with a terrific company
Role and Responsibilities for position of Trainee Stock Controller (following training)
- Build strong and adaptable relationships with third party warehouse operation
- Responsible for receipting stock onto the system and will play a key role in maintaining the integrity of our stocks by actioning various daily and weekly reports
- Attention to detail will help ensure information on dates and quantities are accurate and up-to-date on Microsoft AX internal system
- Communicate potential issues in a timely and effective manner and be proactive in taking appropriate corrective actions
The successful candidate for the position of Trainee Stock Controller will be:
- A fast learner with a positive attitude.
- Be very well organised and methodical, you’ll possess a keen eye for detail
- Possessing excellent written and verbal communication skills, you’ll be able to build successful working relationships at all levels
- You will have the confidence to challenge current processes for improvement and be comfortable and agile in the use of spreadsheets and Microsoft office
- You will thrive as part of a team but also be able to work on your own initiative.
This is a great opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment where you can demonstrate your ability to multi-task, work quickly with accuracy and prioritise your workload.