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Stock Administrator

Job Description

Job Description

Purpose of job: Maintain stocks of a portfolio of materials, which are in line with the inventor policy and meet production


Principle Accountabilities:

  • Maintain appropriate stock levels of allocated purchased parts to ensure availability to meet production demand.

  • Monitor purchased parts and stock on a continuous basis and reconcile with forward orders and demand to generate appropriate and accurate orders.

  • Expedite and co-ordinate supplier deliveries to meet production demand and ensure the efficient operation of the Stores.

  • Monitor supplier performance and liaise with suppliers and Purchasing to maintain service levels.

  • Undertake administrative work on all transactions on an on-going basis and at the end of each financial period to ensure accurate and timely information for the efficient processing of orders, receipts, issues, adjustments, payment and stock reconciliation.

  • Provide cover for other stock administrator as required to ensure continuity of service.

Candidate Description

  • keyboard and numeric skills

  • working in an accurate and timely manner in order to meet specific deadlines

  • flexibility is essential for stock checking outside core working hours

  • professional and confident telephone manner when communicating with suppliers

  • Excel, Word and Outlook

Application Description

To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Ryan Maulding

Employer Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a word-leading brand who are a manufacturing employer based near Wigton, Cumbria. As part of a global organisation, they are a leading manufacturer within their Industry, who operate a facility in Cumbria that manufactures premium products for the UK market.

With over 260 highly skilled, highly valued employees, my client has a passion for developing local expertise and talent and with their continued success and growth, there is now an exciting opportunity to join them., Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.