The position is responsible for daily cycle counting and audit activities in multiple warehouses. Activities include inventory counting, count auditing, variance identification, reconciliation, root cause analysis, and adjustment data entry into the ERP system. Responsibilities:
1. Perform all work in compliance with company policy and within the guidelines of BioFire Diagnostics’ Quality System.
2. Verify inventory adjustments are conducted per WID and are within authorized parameters.
3. Understand enterprise systems used by BioFire Diagnostics.
4. Update count results in ERP for daily cycle count and approve posting in the absence of the ICM.
5. Assist manager to validate, create, and maintain cycle audit schedule.
6. Perform cycle count activities to established work instruction and ensure team does likewise.
7. Verify count accuracy, variance reconciliation, and root cause analysis are done to WID standards prior to posting adjustment to inventory.
8. Adhere to published authorization requirements for adjustments made to inventory.
9. Record and maintain accurate log of count events.
10. Provide timely feedback to ICM or department director regarding observed practices in other departments that are deemed to cause inaccuracies in the integrity of the inventory record (standard and non-standard transactions, shelf life expiration, material mishandling, improper consumption against a BOM, etc.).
11. Document and present process improvement initiatives to ICM.
12. Oversee quarterly physical count observation and material preparation activities associated with the observation.
13. Will work closely with ICM and serve as an expert in inventory flow and inventory transaction related capacities to coordinate inventory control initiatives.
14. Provided training to material handlers working with inventory in BFDX storage locations.
15. Writes queries or reports, aggregates inventory data, and performs statistical analysis based on requests from manufacturing, materials management, quality, project teams, or senior leadership
16. Takes daily proactive measures to ensure a high degree of inventory accuracy.
17. Integrates data from multiple data sources or functional areas, ensures data accuracy and integrity, and updates data as needed.
18. Serve as an expert in all cycle count related capacities, interprets data to identify business trends, conducts root cause analysis of business problems, and suggests areas for process improvement to ICM when necessary.
19. Assist the ICM in mentoring, coaching and supervising team member performance and development. Provide performance evaluations to team members on a regular basis (at minimum an annual performance evaluation should be provided). Maintain performance record for each team member.
20. Responsible to assist ICM with metrics reporting to other departments.
21. Conducts interviews and participates in the new hire process.
22. All assisting roles become primary in the absence of the ICM.
23. Support the department director with special projects as needed.
24. Revises SOPs and WIDs when necessary.Minimum Qualifications:
3+ years warehouse, inventory control, analytics or lean implementation required. A minimum of 18 months experience gained at BioFire Diagnostics. College courses in Business, Operations, Supply Chain, Inventory Control, Accounting, Business Information Systems, and Analytics required.Skills:
Must have excellent attention to detail. Must be able to communicate effectively. Must be able to read and comprehend documented inventory control procedures. Presentation skills required. Must have SQL skills and demonstrate proficient use to query and update database. Ability to proficiently employ advanced MS excel tools (including formulas, VLOOKUPs, Data Analysis, Pivot tables and Power Pivot), SQL, DOMO, MAS 500 or SAP, and MS office Pro software (Word, Visio, PowerPoint, and Project) is required. Experience with implementation of lean practices is required. Must have clearly demonstrated leadership potential.Physical Requirements:
Must have the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and work 50% of the time standing and or lifting.
Must have a valid driver’s license as travel between stock locations is required.