Good people, working with good people, for our common good.
KeHE-a natural, organic, specialty and fresh food distributor-is
all about "good" and is growing, so there's never been a more
exciting time to join our team. If you're enthusiastic about
working in an environment with a people-first culture and an
organization committed to good living, good food and good service,
we'd love to talk to you!
The Inventory Control Lead will oversee and direct the daily
functions of the Inventory Control team. The Inventory Control Lead
will be responsible for ensuring all items are allocated and
assigned proper and adequate locations to maintain accuracy and
improve operational efficiencies. The Inventory Control Lead will
be the DC contact for all audits and any inquiries regarding
Inventory related issues.
Lead a team of inventory control associates. Leadership
responsibilities include training and scheduling employees, as well
as ensuring policies and procedures are followed for quality and
accuracy of inventory.
Responsible for collaborating with Supply Chain and Sales Teams
to create, implement, and maintain effective procedures for
Ensure that products received are compliant with KeHE’s quality
standards by maintaining accuracy and integrity of product
Oversee inventory audits by directing associates to cycle and
count inventory on a scheduled basis. This involves arranging stock
for better access, counting stock to ensure accuracy of inventory
levels, and discarding inventory that may be outdated or no longer
available for sale or use.
Manage and maintain product profiling to ensure that all
products are cubed, slotted, and labeled properly.
Responsible for generating daily queries that identify inventory
Continuous monitoring of inventory adjustments created by all
departments throughout the course of the day to ensure
Schedule inventory adjustment walk offs based on DC set
Measure and maintain KPI’s as required by management.
Ensure vendor recalls are processed per the written guidelines
found in the Food Safety and Defense manual.
Other duties and special projects as requested by
Minimum Requirements, Qualifications, Additional Skills,
High School diploma or GED required.
Minimum of one (1) year of previous warehouse experience
Previous experience operating powered industrial equipment
(i.e., forklift, pallet jacks, stock pickers, etc.) required.
Must be flexible to work nights and/or weekends.
Qualifications / Additional Skills / Aptitude:
Previous experience using a PC. NTS, AS400 and RF (Radio
Frequency) systems experience preferred.
Contribute and support to the overall goals of the Warehouse
Takes initiative and works well independently.
Capability of prioritizing and handling multiple projects
simultaneously, under tight time constraints.
Ability to communicate well with internal customers and
Ability to efficiently work independent of direct
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions. Must be able to carry, lift and/or move up to
110 pounds. The associate is frequently required to stand, walk,
and climb. While performing the duties of this position, the
associate is subject to a warehouse environment where temperatures
can vary from very cool to very warm. The associate is rarely
exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise levels in the work
environment are typically moderate to high.