Inventory Control Specialist - 22010123

  Location: United States
  Full-Time


Job Title:            Inventory Control Specialist

Department:       Manufacturing

Region:               Sunnyvale

COMPANY DESCRIPTION:

Quanergy’s (NYSE:  QNGY and QNGY.WS) mission is to create powerful, affordable smart LiDAR solutions for automotive and IoT applications to enhance people’s experiences and safety. Quanergy has developed the only true 100% solid-state CMOS LiDAR sensor built on optical phased array (OPA) technology to enable the mass production of low-cost, highly reliable 3D LiDAR solutions. Through Quanergy’s smart LiDAR solutions, businesses can now leverage real-time, advanced 3D insights to transform their operations in a variety of industries including industrial automation, physical security, smart cities, smart spaces and much more. Quanergy solutions are deployed by nearly 400 customers across the globe. 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

We’re looking for an organized and experienced Inventory Control Specialist that can support the internal supply chain operations and oversee day to day inventory processes. You will work hands on to ensure that all suppliers and customers receive their orders on time and with attention to detail and accuracy. You will facilitate all cycle count processes, organization of stock and inventory, research of inventory discrepancies as well as issuing components for internal and external builds.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintains consistent stock of inventory and routinely refills and reorders stock to pre-authorized limit.
  • Maintains precise and accurate daily records of goods received and shipments made.
  • Holds strong basic computer skills.
  • Ability to read, interpret, and manage Excel documents.
  • Establishes and maintains backup source for high-demand items.
  • Assesses inventory reports and order patterns to identify items that should have automatic, recurring delivery.
  • Conducts cycle counts and inventory control practices and procedures.
  • Ensures high levels of inventory accuracy, not only to support our company’s business objectives, but to contribute to the effective reduction of inventory-related costs.
  • Maintains timely transactional accuracy and assures compliance with SOP’s and audit requirements.
  • Provides inventory reports to purchasing, managers, finance and others as needed.
  • Develops and maintains good working relationships with all parties.
  • Manages and maintains inventory system; facilitates upgrades to related database and/or software under the direction of manager
  • Conducts frequent spot and partial audits of physical inventory.
  • Assists with periodic on-site inventory audits and wall to wall physical counts.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

  • Knowledge in supply chain industry
  • Ability to work in a warehouse setting
  • Leadership skills
  • Good decision-making capability
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft programs
  • Must be able to learn and adapt quickly.x
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
  • Strong time management skills and deadline oriented.
  • Basic math and computation skills.
  • Organized, comfortable multi-tasking, has strong attention to detail.
  • Experience with ERP systems; preferably Expandable.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be able to stand and sit for long periods of time.
  • Must be able to comfortably lift 50-75 pounds.
  • Mobility and ability to bend, lift, push, pull, carry, and perform repetitive motion in the performance of job duties is required.
  • Able to communicate in English (verbal and written).

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

  • High School Diploma; college degree preferred
  • More than 2 years of experience in a similar role

 

 

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