Inventory Control Buyer Administrator

Position Summary
Inventory Control Administrator proactively assists managing substantial dollar volume inventory through set standards and policy controls. The role encompasses the overall processing and disposition of product held in 301 area (Holding for Disposition) and all required paperwork. Expectations in the role involve a 48-hour turnaround of credit to the customer; a debit agreed to by vendor within 48 hours; product disposition within one week and/or product removed from area in one week; replacement product delivered to customer within 24 hours.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Maintain inventory acceptable to the business KPI's for inventory turns, aging and obsolescence.
Reviews PO orders from Buyers.
Compares inventories to office records such as sales orders, production records or purchase invoices to obtain current inventory.
Identification and resolution of inventory-related discrepancies through proactive cycle counts in addition to entering orders to write-off merchandise to sales rep on merchandise that has not moved inventory after deadline (S4 Order Type).
Verifies computations against physical count of stock; adjusts errors and investigates for discrepancies.
Compiles information on receipt and disbursement of material, equipment, merchandise, or supplies and computes inventory balance, price or cost.
Prepares reports such as inventory balance, price lists, and shortages via physical counts as required.
Compiles data from resources such as contracts, purchase orders, invoices, requisitions, accounting reports and enters information into the system to maintain inventory, purchasing, shipping or other records.
Keeps backorder/as required on file
Prepares requisition orders or other documents for purchasing or requisitioning new or additional stock items.
Prepares purchase orders and places orders for the purchase of goods and services.
Reviews order for completeness, accuracy and compliance with existing policies and procedures.
Reviews stocking agreements for change requests prior to new requests or term renewals.
Assists with site supervision of annual physical inventory process.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities €“ Inventory Control Admin. €“Cont'd
Oversees and directs paperwork handling process and data input with regards to 301 material.
Contacts vendors to negotiate the processing of debits and returns with oversight of the process through the system.
Evaluates, researches, and makes independent decisions on findings regarding inventory matters including daily inspection and identification of all 301 items coming in with full product holding and disposition authority (process control).
Serves as a liaison between departments to insure timely movement of product as well as tracking of product that is either donated or disposed.
Maintains log and provides regular feedback of all product entered into the returns (301) areas and corresponding return merchandise activity.
Reviews overall process for completeness, accuracy and compliance with existing company policies and procedures and demonstrates a continuous effort to improve operations, increase turnaround times, streamline work processes and work cooperatively and jointly, to provide quality seamless customer service.
Manages off-site inventory.
Performs other duties and/ or responsibilities as assigned.
Education and Experience:
o One-year certificate from college or technical school; 6-12 months related experiences and/or training, or equivalent combination or education and experience.
o Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline preferred
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
o This position requires the ability to demonstrate the following competencies:
Business Mastery
Integrated Leadership
People Development
Change Management
Intellectual flexibility & technical acumen

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