Inventory and Equipment Officer
About the role:
An inventory and equipment handling position has recently become available to service our veterinary hospital in Carrara, Gold Coast. Our business is a dynamic, fast paced and team oriented environment.
This role is a part-time position (16 hours per week) and is responsible for purchasing, monitoring, receiving and unpacking company products and consumables to ensure necessary inventory related functions are managed correctly.
Duties will include but are not limited to:
- Managing and maintaining the company’s stocked product inventory.
- Developing the company’s inventory management strategy, including maintaining accurate written procedures for all main inventory control processes and functions.
- Ensuring that products are well organised and available to be utilised.
- Managing control measures to ensure mistakes, inaccuracies and dispensaries are highlighted, addressed and resolved.
- Perform stock-takes in accordance with company requirements.
- Assertive and effective communication skills, and the ability to liaise with all levels of stakeholders.
- Ideally possess a relevant professional qualification and/or substantive experience in inventory management, equipment management, or purchasing.
- Warehouse/shelving prior experience is desirable.
- Ability to work productively, efficiently and effectively without constant supervision.
- Ability to lift boxes up to 15kg.
- Strong computer skills – proficient knowledge in the Microsoft Suite, including, but not limited to, Word, Excel and SharePoint. Experience with RX Works is favourable, but not essential.
Please submit your application below and include:
- Your resume
- A Cover letter (no longer than one page) addressing the duties, skills and experience.
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