Inventory control specialists are in charge of managing product or company resources. They enter data on parts held by the company and those shipped to other organizations into relevant databases . They must also recognize and resolve quantity discrepancies, make quantity reports, create request tickets as needed, and prepare extensive quantitative statements that help with inventory control duties. They participate in company meetings and provide recommendations on how to make inventory control responsibilities more efficient. The inventory control specialists may help with training new staff members as well.
Inventory Control Specialist Tasks
Submit annual budget reports, ensure financial standards, and resolve issues.
Act as liaison between the warehouse and customer service.
Assess and monitor warehouse transactions.
Track inventory maintenance and control equipment flow.