The Inventory Coordinator maintains inventory control, accuracy and production data as it relates to inventory in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting guidelines in a timely, accurate, and complete manner.
Embrace the values of the EnPro/STEMCO safety pledge in each of the below responsibilities. Participate in the organization’s safety culture and aim to continuously improve safety within all aspects of your work.
Foster a work environment that promotes mutual respect of all colleagues and creates an environment focused on a dual-bottom line.
Promote the STEMCO / Enpro Culture by exhibiting the five principles of exemplary leadership: Modeling the Way, Inspiring a Shared Vision, Enabling Others to Act, Challenging the Process, and Encouraging the Heart.
Assists in the maintenance and improvement of the internal control environment by continually improving the business processes surrounding inventory and production transactions
Manage, maintain and/or improve current inventory based on business needs
Collaborates with Cost Accountant and Controller to establish and implement inventory control and accuracy guidelines
Drive the continuous improvement in optimizing replenishment min/max to assure continuing reduction of lead-time and inventories
Identifying and working to eliminate data entry errors
Collaborates with the Plant Leadership on Strategic Planning initiatives, Forecasting, and Budgeting requirements as it relates to inventory
Identify process waste and lead core cycle count teams to continuously improve as a part of the organization’s culture, rather than as a directive.
Automating the transmission of data between subsystems of the inventory and production cycle
Reporting to operations and accounting on inventory levels, usage, and productivity
Identifying variances from established standards for material and labor usage and coordinating reporting and their resolution
Perform analysis, data entry and problem-solving to improve inventory accuracy. Maintain appropriate documentation as needed
Maintains close liaison with Supply Chain, SIOP, Manufacturing, Shipping, Finance, and Engineering
Manage and communicate the reporting of inventory related items including Scrap, Production and Inventory Write-offs.
Lead cycle counts to identify and resolve inventory discrepancy at the root cause level as well as updating records
Analyze and interpret Key Performance Indicators to identify and execute plans for improvement.
Understand the flow of inventory from an end-to-end process both physically and systematically for better root-cause analysis, and to assist in making process and/or system improvements accordingly.
Lead the semi-annual physical inventory counts and analysis of information
Assist in the organization and maintenance of warehouse and storage space.
Lead and participate in Continuous Improvement events to implement Lean concepts such as Kanban and visual management systems.
Perform inventory analysis and management to avoid low stock and overstock
Works in tandem with Operations and Engineering on items including but not limited to:
Bill of Material and Router accuracy
Costing and Work order related issues
Negative inventory management
Excess & Obsolete inventory management
Accuracy in Netsuite of material attributes
Job Requirements and Qualifications
Minimum Education (or Equivalent)
2 Years College or equv.
X Bachelor’s Degree
Technical Certificate or Trade School Degree
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
LEAN certification preferred (Green Belt, Black Belt)
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required
Inventory management experience preferred
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, efficiencies, percentages, and volume.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
Ability to work with a sense of urgency while prioritizing multiple needs in a fast paced environment
Ability to quickly learn/adapt to ERP system
Lifts supplies equipment up to 35 pounds
Personal attributes include: professional, ethical, excellent communicator, believes in the future of the industry, creative, solution-oriented, organized, energetic, self-motivated, and able to handle stress well.
Specific skills include: intermediate computer skills, excellent planning skills, ability to multi-task and excellent communication skills (listening, verbal, written) and organizational skills
GLOBAL PERFORMANCE: Nearly half of annual sales are generated in markets outside the U.S.