Profession inventory coordinator

Stock clerks or warehouse clerks maintain records of goods produced and production materials received, weighed, issued, dispatched or put into stock.

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Personality Type

  • Conventional / Realistic

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  • Products coding system

    Packaging codes and markings required to implement proper handling procedures for goods.

  • Mathematics

    Mathematics is the study of topics such as quantity, structure, space, and change. It involves the identification of patterns and formulating new conjectures based on them. Mathematicians strive to prove the truth or falsity of these conjectures. There are many fields of mathematics, some of which are widely used for practical applications.

  • Inventory management rules

    The specific principles and techniques used in order to determine the approapriate level of inventory required.


  • Maintain stock control systems

    Keep stock control systems up to date and ensure inventory accuracy.

  • Ensure stock storage safety

    Ensure that products are stored appropriately. Keep in line with safety procedures.

  • Carry out inventory planning

    Determine the optimal quantities and timings of inventory in order to align it with sales and production capacity.

  • Monitor stock level

    Evaluate how much stock is used and determine what should be ordered.

  • Manage inventory

    Control product inventory in balance of availability and storage costs.

  • Check for damaged items

    Identify products that have been damaged and report the situation.

  • Carry out inventory control accuracy

    Implement control procedures and documentation related to inventory transactions.

Optional knowledge and skills

advise on efficiency improvements receive goods operate warehouse record systems stack goods perform clerical duties order supplies develop communication networks with shipping sites oversee stock quality control warehouse operations issue purchase orders manage warehouse inventory handle returns