Monitor NPM inventory daily, weekly, monthly, and annually for opportunities to reduce float, increase turns, dispose of inactive material, and trend any potential high theft/scrap/loss material conditions. Update activity classes accordingly / as required. Understand and be able to explain any inventory increases.
Work with Maintenance and Controllers Office to dispose of excess and obsolete material properly.
Root-cause inventory discrepancies (such as negative balances on hand) and institute proper remediation to correct record.
Process inter-plant transfers/shipments as required.
Review open order report and receive/disposition for inventoried material as required.
Review invoices for receipt confirmation.
Log non-conformances from the receipt of material into the repository currently in use and pursue resolution with supplier as required.
Interface with third party providers (repair warranty, chemical management, etc.) regarding internal or external inventory requests or issues.
Review tool store requests (TSR's) and initial repetitive buys from the prior day that will trigger orders for the current day to ensure validity of order based on prior usage/activity; cancel any unnecessary orders.
Support World Class Manufacturing (WCM) activities as defined within Tool Stores Book of Knowledge, through daily housekeeping reviews &/or 5-S checks, and by initiating and implementing Kaizens. Participate on WCM Pillar committees as required.
Assist in training plant personnel on how to create RFM's and TSR's.
Support Order Processing & Control (OPC) on any ordering or follow up issues as OPC requires.
Assist in all cycle count activities to support monthly audit requirements; work with counters and service provider employee to root-cause count variances and implement appropriate corrective action.
Assist with providing NPIC system access as required.
Completed Bachelor's Degree
Previous Warehouse Supervisory experience (2 years Minimum)