Stock Controller

Location:
Clare
Posted:
July 6, 2018
Category:
Other
Job Type:

Description

Conor Engineering have been at the forefront of quality manufactured farm machinery since 1969. Since then we have established a reputation in the agricultural industry for producing strong, reliable, durable products. Currently we are hiring a Stock Controller.

Responsible for:

  • Purchasing of stock. Using BOM’s to calculate quantities required and send purchase orders to suppliers.
  • Working with assembly and fabrication staff to ensure they have the parts they require.
  • Responsible for ensuring goods in are dealt with correctly.
  • Management of spare parts dispatch and dealing with spare parts enquiries.
  • Management of stock layout in the store and on factory floor.

Additional requirements

  • Undertake relevant training and development as required
  • Flexible working hours at certain times of the year due to trade shows, peak production periods etc.
  • Ability to carry out duties within a realistic time line ensuring that deadlines are met is important
  • Ability to carry out tasks simultaneously within time restraints
  • Ability to work well with others and communicate well is important as this role involves working with all sections of the company as well as the public.
  • No experience is necessary but any related experience would be benefical (purchasing / stock control / spare parts)
  • Experience working in any area of agriculture or agricultural machinery would be very beneficial.
  • No specific qualifications are necessary buy any related qualification would be beneficial.

To apply for this position please send your CV to [email protected] .

 

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