Experienced Supplies Officer required for supply department based in Clonmel, Co Tipperary
Hours: 35 Hours Mon – Fri
Rate: €17.43 p/h
Location: Clonmel, Co Tipperary
Supplies Officer, Point of Use will operate in a team based environment managing stock at point of use by utilising scanning systems to requisition stock and working to maintain strict replenishment schedules.
Work in Point of Use as required by your Supervisor or Line Manager where you will be assigned to scanning and/or replenishing of stock
Work in Goods inwards as required by your Supervisor or Line Manager where you will be assigned to unloading deliveries and distributing of cages
Use of Barcode scanning system to reserve stock
Maintenance of inventory storage systems
Participation in regular point of use audits
Utilise ICT Procurement Systems (Punch-out and SAP systems) to ensure efficiencies in service delivery.
To assist line manager in the performance of his/her duties and to carry out such other duties as may be assigned to him/her.
Implement new systems as directed by Line Manger and co-operate with the introduction and use of new technology and practices.
Extensive use of Microsoft Office i.e. Outlook, Word & Excel
Ensure deadlines are met and that service levels are maintained
Previous stores experience preferably from same or similar industry
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