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Job Req Number:  74397
Time Type: Full Time

Brief Overview

Reporting to the Inventory Supervisor, the Inventory controller will be responsible for completing daily, weekly and monthly checks to ensure inventory accuracy. The inventory controller will also be responsible for ensuring that the operation runs as efficiently and as effectively as possible, with a focus on identifying process, system and stock layout improvements which will increase operational outputs.


Key Tasks

  • Actively work on the warehouse floor to ensure good understanding of processes
  • Ensure Locked Inventory is managed at least every 2 hours, or as required
  • To ensure that any auto-generated stock checks are fully investigated and cleared
  • To manage and monitor replenishment process and effectiveness of pick-faces, making changes where necessary
  • Conducting empty location checks
  • To co-ordinate PI counts
  • To thoroughly investigate all queries and adjustments prior to any action
  • To complete spot checks on Picking activities
  • To complete spot checks on Goods In activities
  • Provide assistance with QC checks / VAS work
  • Investigate and report the reasons for unidentified inventory and return to stock
  • Ensure all stock is in appropriate zones
  • Support with reporting and data analysis
  • To identify and develop process, system and inventory layout improvements
  • To deliver training to operatives for basic system activities
  • Complete any additional task as requested by Inventory Supervisor / Operations Manager


Key skills and requirements

  • Able to understand and interpret datasets
  • Able to communicate clearly both written and verbally
  • Able to manage and prioritise workload with ability to work to strict deadlines and timescales
  • Able to adapt to a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent Microsoft Office Skills, particularly Microsoft Excel
  • Experience of using CargoWrite or Red Prairie WMS applications  with training to Basic Plus level or equivalent
  • MHE experience – RT, HLOP, VNA (Desirable)

DSV – Global Transport and Logistics

DSV is a dynamic workplace that fosters inclusivity and diversity. We conduct our business with integrity, respecting different cultures and the dignity and rights of individuals. When you join DSV, you are working for one of the very best performing companies in the transport and logistics industry. You’ll join a talented team of more than 75,000 employees in over 80 countries, working passionately to deliver great customer experiences and high-quality services. DSV aspires to lead the way towards a more sustainable future for our industry and are committed to trading on nature’s terms.

We promote collaboration and transparency and strive to attract, motivate and retain talented people in a culture of respect. If you are driven, talented and wish to be part of a progressive and versatile organisation, we’ll support you and your need to achieve your potential and forward your career.

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