Q: What is it like working as a Stock Controller?
Stock Controller in Pretoria:
"Making sure that the physical stock correspond with the system."
Pros: Working on system.
Assisting external customers or suppliers.
Issuing materials to end users.
Investigate stock variances.
Cons: Doing warehouse assistant duties when warehouse assistants are not at work.
Stock Controller in Mthatha:
"Its hard work but it gives a lot of experiment in all levels."
Pros: It is not just a in the office job you get to be active and out there to learn more.
Cons: Cant say there is something totally bad you just don't always get all the support.
Stock Controller in East London:
"Lonely female stock controller."
Pros: I play an important part in the business, nothing goes in or out of the company without me. There is no such thing as no work, you are always busy and there is always something to do. I am not stuck on the phone pushing papers.
Cons: Alone doing a 3 man job, unneccesary stress and problems, not enough space and racking for parts and paperwork.
Stock Controller in Cape Town:
Pros: Helping other people, achieve great things, planning ahead, making sure that all stock are where its supposed to be and available at all times.
Cons: Having to do most of the work, double checking everything.
Stock Controller in Johannesburg:
Pros: The good thing I like is that the company gives you some time off from work and offers a good service to the client and also it has a good impact on your life because you gain experience from the company that you work in.
Cons: The least things that I don't like the job is that you work long hours and then you get less money than you expect to get and you also get lost time because only the company gives you an hour for your lunch.