Job Description

Job Title: Stores Coordinator

Location: Rugby

Salary: £24,000


  1. Prepare inventory records for cycle counts in accordance with the Company’s established process in the warehouse and production locations. Locate and count items and perform location audits. Compare results of physical audit with business system records to determine variance. Post all variances to correct inventory levels. Perform recounts as required.
  2. Analyze material transactions to determine root cause of discrepancies. Propose solutions to resolve errors and prevent recurrence. Report results and review proposals with manager. Assist with implementation of agreed changes.
  3. Respond to ad-hoc requests on inventory accuracy. Assist Accounts Payable with receiving troubleshooting.
  4. Support production as it relates to job receipts and inventory troubleshooting (BOM issues, WH transfers, etc.)
  5. Fill in for gaps in the warehouse due to vacations or absences. Understand and support all warehouse functions.
  6. Actively participate in Continuous Improvement/Kaizen events, especially those relating to inventory/master data accuracy.
  7. Transact and physically dispose of obsolete, slow moving and quality inventory on an as needed basis.
  8. Minimum 3 years’ material handling experience
  9. Experience picking orders and cycle counting
  10. Computer literate (Excel, MRP/ERP business systems).



Can quickly react to unforeseen events and adjust the schedule based on the changes in circumstances.



Ensure scheduling is planned to meet promise dates. Identify and communicate issues early to minimize impact to customer.



Driven to improve the efficiency of the operation through continuous improvement.



Has good listening skills, builds strong relationships, is flexible/open-minded, negotiates effectively, solicits performance feedback, and handles constructive criticism.



Seeks out and accepts feedback, is a proactive learner, takes on tough assignments to improve skills, keeps knowledge and skills up-to-date, turns mistakes into learning opportunities.



Communicates the plan effectively and is available for support and queries. Helps with anything required.


Logistics & Supply Chain Workforce are responsible for placing thousands of dedicated professionals out to work across the Midlands. We operate from several prime locations in the area and are likely to have an office right near you. Job categories include: Food Production, Food Processing, Warehouse, Distribution and Planning. We are always on the lookout for the very best talent. So, if you know anyone, refer them to our professional and friendly team who will be more than happy to help.