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Based on 87 responses, the job of Inventory Supervisor has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.67 out of 5. On average, Inventory Supervisors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Inventory Supervisor?

May 2014
"You Are Responsible For Everything."
Inventory Supervisor:
Pros: When everything adds up, when things stay in proper locations from when last counted and can be retraced and accessible for shipping personnel. Communicating with different areas of operation (purchasing, scheduling, production entry,) to ensure we maintain a nice liquid flow throughout the process.
Cons: The pay, the creative restrictions placed on me. The culture of the job place. No fire to be the best.
November 2014
"Retail Supervisor."
Inventory Supervisor:
Take everything with a grain of salt and don't bring the stress of retail leadership home with you.
August 2016
"Manage inventory, improve efficiency, maintain equipment."
Inventory Supervisor:
Pros: Culture. Wage. People. Involvement. Perks. Work.
Cons: The Climate too hot during summer too cold during winter.
December 2018
Inventory Supervisor in Melbourne:
Pros: Close to home
Cons: Traffic
January 2019
"It is a very fast paced position and there is a lot of responsibility and accountability involved."
Inventory Supervisor in Atlanta:
Pros: The 401k and discount
Cons: The hours
March 2019
"It can be very crazy due to the lacking of our warehouse management system."
Inventory Supervisor in Woodridge:
Pros: Keeps me busy and entertained with its drama.
Cons: The planning process never gets finished or followed through.
October 2019
"You grow in this company."
Inventory Supervisor in Duncanville:
Pros: They care about you
Cons: Long hours of work