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Inventory SpecialistChemical and Allied Products (CAP)

LagosNigeria
6 days0 Applicants
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job description - Inventory Specialist

  • The job holder will have excellent understanding of the production costing system, product margin analysis and will be responsible for managing CAP’s inventory tracking and reporting.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Coordinate all activities of the Stock Control Unit:
  • Stock main/sub-ledger reconciliation
  • Physical/SAP stock balance reconciliation
  • Responsible for POS/Diesel and other inventory related items reconciliation
  • Processing of claims for stock losses/damages
  • Responsible quarterly stock-taking exercise
  • Ad-hoc discrepancy anomaly report investigation and stock adjustments
  • Faulty and expiring stock management
  • Stock provisions
  • Be involved in waste-to-wealth operation.
  • Implementation and review of stock policy
  • Constant monitoring of work-in-progress items.
  • To assess and evaluate stock and review adequacy of provisions in the books and recommend adjustment where necessary.

Analysis of non-standard cost of sale accounts:

  • BOM analysis
  • Variance investigation and analysis by SKU
  • Monthly weighted average price tracking.
  • Cost of sale data support for naked margin analysis

Business Partnership:

  • Provide data analysis and support for Logistics & Production
  • Monthly inventory flash.
  • Monthly Cost of Sales Allocation Analysis
  • Monthly Gross Margin Analysis.
  • Group insurance analysis support
  • Ad-hoc analysis

Qualifications
Education and Experience:

  • B.Sc / HND in Accounting, Finance, Banking, Banking and Finance Economics or any related discipline.
  • ICAN or ACCA.
  • Five (5) years experience of which at least three must have been in the manufacturing sector.

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes:

  • SAP
  • Excel Modelling
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About the company

We are the world’s largest paint producer). CAP Plc evolved from the world-renowned British multinational Imperial Chemical Industries Plc, which formalized its Nigeria operations in 1957

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