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May 242017
 


Job Vacancy: Stores & Stocks Assistant

Job Responsibilities

  • Maintain accurate stock inventory.
  • Receive and manage stock using the ER stock management system.
  • Review and maintain all stock records.
  • In-charge of stock issuance and distribution as per stipulated company policies.
  • Conduct stock counts as and when required.
  • Forecasting and stock replenishment.
  • Supervising junior employees assigning daily duties.
  • Other duties as directed by management from time to time.

Requirements

  • Higher national diploma or diploma in stores management/supplies management
  • Working Knowledge of inventory stores systems and Bin allocation & Management
  • Ability to work under pressure and demonstrate leadership
  • Team player with good interpersonal skills and high integrity.
  • Proficiency in computers (Microsoft Office)
  • Demonstrated good communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Able to work under minimum supervision
  • At least years relevant work experience within a steel fabrication/steel trading environment
  • Proven Experience working with stock ERP systems and inventory control
  • Previous experience in ISO certified environment added advantage

How to Apply

Send your Cover Letter and detailed CV to kenyajobs2016@gmail.com latest by 15th June 2017

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