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May 102017
 


Position: Warehouse Clerk

Location: Nakuru

Nature of Job: Full time

Salary: Kshs 30,000

Summary: Our client seeks to recruit a warehouse clerk with at least 3 years’ experience in an FMCG or a manufacturing company

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Organize warehouse well- products and items in stock.
  • Pull products against orders
  • Supervise the loading team
  • Maintain and document products’ security, and safety information
  • Supervise incoming and outgoing stocks and update stock records to ensure availability of items
  • Maintain and manage warehouse operations
  • Implement best practices in managing and operating warehouse
  • Maintain warehouse premises clean and neat
  • Stock and store Warehouse with products, supplies and equipment

Key Requirements and Skills

  • Diploma/Degree in purchase and supplies
  • At least 3 years’ experience in the same capacity in an FMCG or Manufacturing company
  • A good team player with excellent communication skills
  • Mature, responsible and well organized

If qualified send CV stating your experience, skills and qualifications to info@royalagencies.org

Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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