Effective Date: 3/4/2020
Business Title: Inventory Control Analyst
Division/Business Unit: ACP AutoParts
Reports To: Manager Inventory Control
Work Location: Irving, TX
Design, develop and manage inventory control and accounting processes in order to support efficient operations, accurate inventory valuation and proper recording within the general ledger.
Interacts with internal and External customers at various levels, peers, supervisor and management.
- Lead Inventory Control processes in areas which include the following:
- Inventory Reconciliations
- Cycle Counts Processes
- Physical Inventories
- Weekly Inventory resync
- Inventory Adjustments
- Data Integrity
- Develop and manage processes for the accurate and timely recording and reporting of inventory transactions (In-transit, on hand and inter-company).
- Manage processes to run the day to day ACP business successfully in multiple systems.
- Analyze inventory variances and work with various process owners to reduce the financial impact of variances and adjustments.
- Play a key role in assisting Company inventory cycle operations to achieve an appropriate balance between often-conflicting objectives regarding:
- Order Fulfillment
- Inventory turns
- Inventory Accuracy
- Distribution Throughput
- Product Costs
- Build strong alliances with operational and support departments within the company in order to better synchronize processes and systems
- 3-5 years of Supply Chain experience in inventory control analysis in the distribution, retail, or manufacturing sectors.
- Bachelor’s degree in logistics, supply chain, accounting, engineering or related field.
- Must be able to analyze and develop procedures.
- Have Procure to Pay process experience.
- Requires accurate and efficient record keeping and verification of inventory changes.
- Has broad knowledge of typical inventory processes and procedures.
- Must have the ability to train and direct the work of others.
- Must have strong understanding of the relationship between inventory transactions/balances and their impact of the financial statements.
- Self-motivated and hands on.
- Strong analytical, negotiation, project management and presentations skills. Acute attention to detail and accuracy in performance of documentation and data preparation.
- Dynamic ability to get things done, but be able to get along with, and gain the respect of, a wide variety of people.
Next Possible Position:
Senior Inventory Control Analyst
This is a largely sedentary role with extended period looking at computer monitors and using a keyboard and mouse.