The Inventory Control and Claim Specialist will be responsible for tracking inventory, costs, and performance data at 3rd party warehouses used by GLC.
• Inventory reconciliation of all inventory in 3rd party warehouses.
• Invoice validation and approval for inventory stored in 3rd party warehouses.
• Track in and out movement and total inventory stored in 3rd party warehouses.
• Track and report monthly cost associated with 3rd party warehouses.
• Document all pricing associated with 3rd party warehouses.
• Process all warehouse claims with 3rd party warehouses.
• Monitor status of transportation claims and provide summary data.
• Monitor and maintain Key Performance Indicator data for internal and 3rd party warehouses to support identification of improvement opportunities.
• Manage any CHEP pallet imbalances and issues including ordering.
• Coordinate any quality audits for existing or new 3rd party warehouses.
• All GLC employees are expected to perform any assignment or job task according to the stated safety policies and procedures.
• All GLC employees are expected to produce our products in a manner that exceeds the quality and value expectation of our customers and consumers by adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices, Policies and Procedures outlined in our Safe Quality Food Program.
• Other responsibilities as assigned by the manager.
Required Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree with business emphasis or 4 years of business experience. .
• In-depth understanding of Supply Chain processes and related issues.
• Proficient with Microsoft office with an emphasis on Excel
• Data mining experience
• Strong quantitative and analytical skills
• Ability to make sound, independent decisions based on functional expertise and experience.
• Ability to administer a proactive approach.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks, troubleshoot and problem solve.
Preferred Education and Experience
• BA in Supply Chain Management.
• 2 years of supply chain experience or more
• Work is performed in an office setting.
• Occasional exposure to industrial operations including temperature extremes from approximately 35ºF to 100ºF; noise levels in excess of 85 dB; moisture and moving machinery.