The Inventory Manager is responsible for overseeing and maintaining all warehouse policies and procedures including but not limited to overseeing and coordinating daily warehouse activities such as receiving and storing goods, managing inventory levels, ensuring the efficient delivery of goods, supervising staff, and securing the storage facilities. All this is to ensure we have the right amount of produce needed for daily production, manage costs, and ensure we maintain stellar storage practices.
If you are the type of person with a deep sense of ownership to everything that you work on, is an executor, enjoys solving complex problems, has a passion for conquering new markets, knows how to foster strong relationships and build trust, and works for the success of the entire team – then we look forward to meeting you!
- Plan, organize, supervise and participate in daily warehouse operation and activities, including the receipt, documentation, storage, safety, and distribution of equipment and supplies and maintenance of inventory
- Train, supervise, and evaluate the performance of assigned warehouse employees; schedule & assign workloads to warehouse workers
- Manage, evaluate, and report on warehouse (inventory unit) productivity
- Design and maintain warehouse processes and standard procedures (manual & automated systems)
- Ensuring basic maintenance standards and compliance with health and safety regulations; Perform daily inspection of storage facilities
- Receive, unpack, pack, issue, and store produce/ingredients delivered to the production facility; complete all required documentation
- Supervise the processing of meal prep station requisitions, and track produce issued out to stations for daily food production; ensure all required documentation are completed and accurate
- Collaborate with inventory analyst and procurement unit to ensure accurate stock/inventory balances are updated daily; collaborate with procurement to identify produce needed for production, and assure adequate stock levels
- Prepare and maintain a variety of records and logs and prepare reports as required; maintain inventory of items in the storage; file records as required
- Operate a computer to enter data, and manage documentation; must be able to flag/correct errors
- Operate and demonstrate the use of specialized warehouse equipment as necessary; assure proper and routine maintenance and servicing of warehouse equipment
- Communicate and coordinate with other units on the Food Production team, and other teams at Eden
- Warehousing and stock control methods and procedures
- Methods of receiving, inspecting, and issuing materials
- Operation of various warehouse equipment
- Warehouse operations, procedures, equipment, and terminology
- Space utilization and inventory techniques
- Proper methods of storing equipment, materials, and supplies
- Record-keeping techniques
- Some idea of automated warehouse inventory system
- Plan, organize, supervise and participate in the operations and activities of the warehouse; this is a new unit so all hands on deck!
- Plan and schedule work
- Ability to work within strong cross-functional relationships
- Solve problems, and manage conflict
- Manage time effectively
- Work is performed while standing, sitting, and/or walking
- Requires bending, squatting, crawling, climbing, reaching
- Requires the ability to lift, carry, push or pull medium weights, up to 75 pounds
- Flexibility to work during evenings and weekends
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