Inventory Control Clerk Resume Examples

inventory control clerk

  • Conduct cycle count.
  • Witnessing of wholesale and transfer dispatch.
  • Witnessing of bad order for multinational suppliers.
  • Perform adjustment on in house bundling, transfer of primary cuts to sub cuts, on hold items and left items.

inventory control clerk

  • Place new products on the sales floor
  • Keep the shelves and inventory organized
  • Follow manager’s orders to complete tasks as they are brought up
  • Adapt to situations as they occur to finish work on time.
  • Assist in closing the store.

inventory control clerk

  • Responsible for timely and accurate report processing and presentation.
  • Works with manager to ensure accuracy of database finalization for interim or final data analysis.
  • Responsible for processing, printing, maintenance and filing of reports and data.
  • Communicates with Direct Supervisor and other production team members regarding data input, management and reporting.
  • Assesses stock supply and reorder status.

inventory control clerk

  • Coordinate work activities of team members assembling, and testing printed circuit boards.
  • Review work orders and manufacturing orders and confer with vendors and engineering to resolve problems and procure parts.
  • Pull necessary parts for a build run and prepare for shipment to board houses for assembly.
  • Preparing final assembly products for shipment.
  • Shipping and receiving working with UPS, USPS, DHL, FedEx and various trucking companies.

inventory control clerk

  • Nurture positive relationships with suppliers and provide customer service as needed
  • Ordered items for patient food service.
  • Inventoried  shipments from vendors.
  • Established new business accounts with vendors.

inventory control clerk

  • Unload product from a delivering truck and take to appropriate space in warehouse.
  • Load/pull orders for outgoing trucks with finished product or parts using a detailed shipper.
  • Support assembly line in bringing correct components to run production according to a schedule.
  • Supply assembly line with empty packaging and remove finished good packaging when full.
  • Enter packing slips/Bill of Lading into QAD using a computer.
  • Write Bill of Lading for outgoing product when needed.

inventory control clerk

  • Perform counts and ensure all inventory is accounted for and reported according to company policy. 
  • Reconcile actual stock count to computer-generated reports.
  • Review documentation, investigate and correct discrepancies in reported quantities and locations of all inventory.
  • Check date-sensitive products for expiration and facilitate removal or transfer of product as needed.
  • Track rates of accuracy, purchase and return as well as defective items to inform quality control decisions.

senior inventory control clerk

  • Performed all aspects of inventory control.
  • Located potential problems in inventory.
  • Monitored incoming freight for potential errors.
  • Operated forklift in daily duties
  • Department trainer.
  • Reduced cost of battery maintenance to company by performing weekly checks.