Inventory & Warehousing Manager - Cranbury, NJ
The Inventory & Warehousing Manager is responsible for cataloging, maintaining, and improving inventory management programs while overseeing the day-to-day functions of a critical parts warehouse. Supporting field, sales, and finance team efforts by developing and maintaining processes for part check in/checkout, tracking, and stocking. The position is responsible for supporting a hybrid model of onsite presence at the remote warehouse locations. This role reports directly to the Business Operations Manager.
Help re-locate, set-up and maintain a new warehouse in Central NJ. Provide occasional support at existing warehouse in Bethel, CT.
Manage and maintain proper inventory levels of critical items, to include long lead time and discontinued items, including individual parts and full units.
Monitor parts usage to account for supply/demand needs.
Prepare and administer a physical inventory count on an annual basis with spot checks throughout the year or as issues arise including remote warehouse locations.
Stay current with forklift license and OSHA warehouse certifications as needed.
Analyze part usage between warehouse and field and adjust inventory levels based upon equipment under contract.
Support procurement and back-office teams to secure parts, to grow and maintain vendor relationships.
Work with all departments to streamline and improve warehouse operations and delivery to our customers.
Provide after-hour/weekend parts and inventory support.
Coordinate and support parts delivery during all hours as needed.
Track and inventory shipments received in both warehouse locations.
Establish a network of couriers to support parts delivery.
Understand Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) procedures and stay current on safety training and procedures.
Able to use hand tools and basic test meters to assemble and disassemble components from equipment as needed.
Support one off projects related to equipment movement including classroom and training lab staging.
Other duties as assigned.
Ensure Field Service Engineers (FSE) properly log parts usage on Field Service Reports (FSR) to ensure customer spare parts are restocked.
Attend training classes as needed or assigned.
Assist in creation of an Annual Operating Budget for the parts department in conjunction with field leaders, and technical expertise.
Compile and submit OSHA 300 forms and other compliance materials as required
Recommend improvements to the leadership team to boost performance
Assist sales team with business review presentation preparation regarding spare parts stocking (as applicable)
Able to work independently and problem solve with minimal assistance
Able to treat inter-company departments as a customer
Able to measure and report on project processes
Positive attitude and willing to assist as needed
Ability to self-study and learn new procedures and technologies
Base Pay of $25-$35 an hour