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Inventory Control Analyst

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Company: JAM Recruitment
Contract: PERM
Location: Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

The Role:

As Inventory Control Analyst you will be accountable for the delivery of accuracy against targets for a growing function. Working as part of a dedicated supply chain team, you will own the product availability target, delivery against budget and customer relationship management. You will have excellent customer management and stakeholder management skills and be able to work cross functionally with the wider business teams in order to guarantee stock availability and inventory control. You will also be involved in projects as and when required.


As Inventory Control Analyst you will have experience of working within a Supply Chain function and would have excellent systems knowledge. You will be used to working within a fast-paced environment and be able to prioritise tasks. As this role will require a high-level of analysis, you would ideally be used to working with high volumes of data and have a thorough and methodical approach.

The Package:

As Inventory Control Analyst, you will earn a salary of £30,000 plus company benefits, along with excellent career progression opportunities.

This position will be based in Oldham.





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