Inventory Control Generalist

  • Monroe, OH
  • Full Time
  • Fulfillment
  • Entry Level

Lahlouh’s business model is built on solving end to end supply chain problems not simply processing transactional print orders. Lahlouh is a partner that focuses on developing collaborative, comprehensive solutions that endeavor to meet all the communication needs of our clients’ dynamic and evolving marketplaces.

 

Lahlouh's mission is to provide the highest quality, most cost-effective business communications solutions available.

 

Core capabilities include:

• Sheet-fed offset print                                                  • Fulfillment / Distribution logistics

• Dynamic digital print                                                   • Packaging Design

• Mailing                                                                      • Marketing promotions

• Full service bindery and assembly                                 • Promotions

• Online Solutions                                                          • Large Format print

 

Position:                    Inventory Control Generalist

Reports to:                Fulfillment Manager

FLSA Status:              Non-Exempt

Department:              Fulfillment

Location/Shift:          Monroe, Ohio / 1st Shift

 

 

Position Summary:

The Inventory Control Generalist is responsible for maintaining accurate inventory controls. 

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Inventory:
  • Ensures inventory quantity and location information accuracy using the WMS
  • Performs inventory cycle counts
  • Maintains physical inventory programs
  • Verifies system information against physical count of stock
  • Investigates and logs discrepancies and errors
  • Processes inventory disposal orders
  • Identifies, tracks, and proposes solutions to root causes for inventory errors
  • Maximizes space utilization through consolidation

General:

  • Help in other areas as needed (Receive, Pull, Pack, ship)
  • Maintain general housekeeping
  • Able to work overtime as required

Experience:

  • Experience with receiving and shipping
  • High level of WMS experience
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • PC skills including Excel, Word, Email

Physical Demands:

  • The employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk, or hear
  • Use of hands and fingers to handle or operate objects, tools, or controls
  • Frequently lifts and/or moves up to 45 pounds and occasionally lifts and/or moves items up to 100 pounds
  • Ability to handle heights
  • Able to pull/push more than 1500 pounds with a pallet jack​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Tools and Equipment Used:

  • Seated forklift
  • Reach forklift
  • Order-picker
  • Pallet jack
  • Hand truck
  • Skid wrapper machine
  • Computer terminal
  • Label and copy printer
  • Box cutters
  • Tape guns and dispensers
  • Scales
  • Banding equipment (metal/plastic)
  • Barcode scanners
  • Phone

Work Environment:

  • Warehouse environment
  • May occasionally work outside with cold/hot weather
  • Exposed to fumes or airborne particles and chemicals
  • Noise level is usually moderate but occasionally high
  • May occasionally work near moving mechanical machinery
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