Inventory Control Coordinator, Finished Goods

Works with Manufacturing, Scheduling and Shipping to ensure Finish Goods inventory accuracy. Makes use of best practices of Inventory Control procedures, such as cycle counting, FIFO, etc. Works closely with manufacturing for production reconciliation.


Reconcile daily production of finished goods with manufacturing.
Adjustments must be made to discrepancies encountered during the Production process. Moving products from one location to another.
Receive product from other facilities and input into system.
Research Credit Claims from customers to validate the claim.
Research Shipping Discrepancies to prove that customer is correct or incorrect.
Relieve inventory of damaged/dump product/QA analysis samples and rework product.
Manage Grocery Outlet with sellable product from damaged product.
Manage QC and Warehouse holds.
Prepares daily inventory and production usage reports.
Responsible for accuracy of inventory and cycle count adjustments.
Prepare and participate in physical inventories.

This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not restrict the tasks management needs to be accomplished


Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs, walk up and down stairs.
Must be comfortable with and able to work on the production floor around equipment.
Occasional exposure to noise, heat, cold, odor.


Able to direct colleagues.
Must possess advanced keyboard and personal computer skills (Proficient in Word and Excel). Must be willing to learn AS400, Outlook and/or equivalent.
Excellent problem solving skills.
Must have a two year degree or equivalent work experience.
Must be detail oriented and pay close attention to accuracy.
Ability to properly handle confidential information and records.
Ability to analyze information gathered in order to identify potential problems or discrepancies.
Ability to read and write English and perform basic mathematical calculations validated by a proficiency exam.
Support and model all company procedures and policies
Embrace and demonstrate The Wine Group's Values:
Long-Term Sustainable Value Creation, Relentlessly Entrepreneurial, Empowered People, and Responsible & Trustworthy.

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