Full-Time AVP, Inventory Control – Khulais
The Inventory Controller is a vital part of the surgical team and is responsible for patient supplies and operating supplies for Pre-Op, Day Surgery Unit, and PACU while staying under budget. The Inventory Controller uses OR schedule, preference cards, and purchasing history to predict surgical requirements. He/she works with management to support par levels. The Inventory Controller ensures PeopleSoft carts and integration page are correct. These maintain par levels and feed supplies to the OR medical record and surgeon preference lists to help discover goods. The inventory controller alerts personnel about product changes. The Inventory Controller builds connections with surgeons, anesthesia personnel, and nursing staff. He/she supplies required materials for optimal patient care and contributes to patient, department, and company objectives.
Job Title : AVP, Inventory Control
Location : Khulais, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 19.74 per hour.
Company : PetCo
Job Type : Full-Time
- Inventory measurements are collected, checked, and reported on a daily or periodic basis to improve and keep the health of the inventory. Find the right root cause, whether it’s a process or a behavior, and keep track of what you find for future operational analysis.
- You’ll be in charge of inventory control methods and procedures, deal with problems with shipping and receiving, and fix mistakes in reports to make sure the shipping and receiving operation runs smoothly. Making sure that all areas/shifts, like consumption and returns, and standard work practices, like K-LEAN, are followed and improved. You will work with the plant’s finance and purchasing departments to make sure that the daily stock of raw and packaged materials is balanced. You will also help the people who work in the receiving and shipping warehouses count stock (each SKU has different cycle count requirements)
- The efficiency of the process from point A to point B cannot be overstated. As a result, the production inventory at the Rome Plant will be under your control. You will be in charge of shipping and receiving the merchandise at the warehouse.
- Ordering and receiving CPD implants on schedule is critical. Ensures that all issues are investigated and handled on a regular basis. Assists in obtaining loaner implant kits and informs management of any issues. Ensures that all deliveries are made on schedule and in full. Bill-only PO is created.
- applies labels to crates and other shipping containers, In addition to adding weight and delivery costs, he also applies postage. Rejected products, shortages, and damages are recorded, and the shipper is contacted to resolve the issues.
- In order to keep everything in order, make sure that all outgoing and production orders have been post-goods issued and that all incoming orders have been post-goods received in coordination with the Quality Supervisor. At all times adhering to food safety rules and maintaining hygienic conditions.
- Preparing products for transit and inspecting incoming and leaving shipments. The data on the bill of lading, the invoices, or the orders, and the data on the arriving and outgoing items are compared to each other.
- After a thorough review of the preceding 24 hours’ worth of inventory movements, DLX and SAP’s inventory discrepancies are compared. We consider the product’s quality, as well as any damage or liquidation, while determining its value. It is time to become a leader. A thorough understanding of the plant’s operations is essential to spotting possible areas for improvement and taking the necessary steps to fix them.
- Data entry into an ERP system via computer is encouraged. Bring in the products and distribute them. Make the appropriate inventory adjustments. Calculate the accuracy of several sites’ inventory using a computerized data analysis system.
- Collaborate to Win – Supporting the growth and training of hourly workers. Supporting projects while ensuring Diversity and Inclusion meet/exceed company requirements
- Demonstrates ability to use technology in inventory and operating room situations. Basic computer abilities are required. Ability to type properly and input data at an intermediate level. Ability to learn how to use the PS and EPIC programs. Capability to use handheld technology to download associated data to an electronic purchase order. Capability to use/text a mobile phone in an operating room materials setting.
- Exhibits excellent oral and written English communication abilities. Communicates in a way that is professional, respectful, lucid, and succinct. Capable of establishing working connections with surgeons, anesthetic personnel, nurses, and other health care team members.
- Employees must be able to decipher delivery notes and product tags. In order to convey inventory information, this employee must be able to work effectively with others in the delivery warehouse. A person who is trustworthy, honest, and able to assist customers swiftly and competently is needed for this position.
- High school graduation or General Equivalency Diploma (GED), extensive industrial experience, bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, or accounting, or master’s degree in business administration, finance, or accounting. A working familiarity with the relevant inventory location system
- The individual is regularly expected to stand, walk, sit, speak, and hear while performing the activities of this profession. It is expected that the employee will often use their hands to manipulate items, as well as their arms and hands to reach. The individual in this role must be able to move or lift up to and including 100 pounds on a regular basis. They must be able to check products and delivery paperwork visually.