Stock Controller (with FLT licence)

£21500 Per Annum
19 Sep 2018
17 Oct 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Stock Controller (with FLT licence)



Hours 8:00 – 4:30 Mon – Fri

Are you an enthusiastic and experienced Stock Controller looking for a great opportunity to join the friendly team of one of the area’s most prestigious companies? If you are a qualified Stock Controller, with great numeracy and analytical skills, this organisation, who specialise in the supply of piping systems and water management solutions, want to hear from you and can offer you genuine career progression with on-going training.

The Stock Controller’s role will be to ensure all inventory items are maintained accurately on the company’s ERP system. You will be responsible for working with the yard team to ensure items are delivered to customers specification. The Stock/Inventory Controller will be responsible for reporting and analysing any discrepancies and investigating the root cause of the issue. You will have a great passion for taking a proactive approach to continually improving processes involved with stock management, stock taking and cyclical counting.

Personal specification – Stock Controller:


  • Good working knowledge or materials storage and supply
  • A good standard of PC literacy, desirable
  • Experience of using an ERP system desirable
  • Able to accurately complete paperwork
  • Counter Balance Fork Lift Licence
  • C grade in Maths and English Language GCSE or equivalent
  • Good team player
  • Willing and able to learn new skills


Key responsibilities – Stock/Inventory Controller:


  • Ensure the safe storage and correct location of products and other inventory items to minimise damage and waste
  • Monitor and report stock levels on a daily basis
  • Investigate, report and reconcile any significant discrepancies with products.
  • Ensure that all items when counted are labelled correctly and identifiable
  • Communicate product information to relevant departments on availability and usage and report any discrepancies.
  • Discuss with the planning department, product and material requirements plan and any anomalies
  • Weekly/Yearly stock takes to be conducted and reported accordingly
  • Organise/Improve storage layout on site and off site
  • Use of computerised stock system to check and monitor stock levels
  • Liaise with Transport department reference transfer of goods between off site storage locations. (This will sometimes involve driving a vehicle to collect small quantities of product and adhering to the legal requirements and company procedures)
  • Off-loading material and products when we required to assist other departments