The Inventory Controller is responsible for all inventory systems and the appropriate inventory levels and storage locations, including new stock processing, location system maintenance, stock
movement analysis, and catalogue maintenance. The Inventory Controller is also responsible for all prescribed requirements under Occupational Health & Safety Act (OH&S Act) and Workplace
Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) for accurate floor plans and inventories of designated substances. Inventory Controller role may include other reasonable duties/task from
time to time.
Safety and Sustainability Expectations:
- Required to work within and ensure compliance to the Legislation applicable particularly as it relates to designated substances under WHMIS and Transportation of Dangerous Goods.
- Responsible to keep the work environment clean and safe
- Required to wear PPE as prescribed by the OHS act and company policies
- Recognizes safety issues and corrects, delegates, or recommends corrective action
- Lead and promote Newmont’s Fatality Risk Management (FRM) standard and controls daily.
- Will review and approve daily Materials Requirements Planning (MRP)
- Must ensure all new stock request forms are competed properly and have all appropriate approvals using the Newmont standard Catalog Inventory Request (CIR) form.
- Responsible for updating physical inventory data entry for month end.
- Must review all new stock items on their first delivery and potential new items with the warehouse operator to minimize duplication of stock, add any new cross reference numbers, and update descriptions as required.
- Responsible for continuous data maintenance of the materials management catalogue descriptions, keywords, cross references and equipment references.
- Control inventory levels by reviewing, analyzing, reporting and directing corrective action based on historical data. Special emphasis to be given to items which continually stock-out.
- Responsible to assist in the design and set up of new inventory areas.
- Provide computer training to new warehouse personnel.
- Provide training / assistance to all end users as it pertains to warehousing functions.
- Responsible for generating all inventory counts to ensure every inventory item is counted per corporate guidelines.
- Identify warehousing optimizations and trainings with internal customers/end users to help them order materials using internal SAP system.
- Work with internal customers/end users to plan requirements for materials.
- Replacement of warehouse supervisor when required
- Post secondary education preferably degree, PMAC certification or related course and experience.
- Interact with end user. Responsible for reviewing completed work, monitoring work in progress, providing direction, assigning tasks, and assessing performance.
Formal System Knowledge:
- Working knowledge of Legislation requirements under the Occupational Health & Safety Act, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.
- 2-5 years of SAP Materials Management module knowledge and understanding.
- Power BI reporting and management.
- MRO-OI Oniqua experience preferred.
Working and Leadership Experience:
- 2-5 years of progressive experience in inventory control, procurement and warehousing function preferably in a mining or manufacturing environment. Experience with computerized systems and PC’s a must.
- 2-5 years working in Supply Chain Supervisor role
Other Skills and Abilities:
- Must be able to interact well with customers and vendors
- Must be able to organize work, prioritize and execute with minimal supervision
- Must have advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Excel & Word
Behavioral Competency Requirements:
- Team Effectiveness
- Judgment and Business Savvy
- Respect of dead line
Work Schedule and Location:
- Available to be on site 25-50%
- Schedule: 14 days of work followed by 14 days of rest
Interested qualified candidates should send their resume via the company’s Web site at www.newmont.com no later than November 27, 2022
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, we will only contact those selected for an interview.
As an equal opportunity employer, Newmont is committed to diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. We encourage all qualified candidates to apply. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
This position is based at Newmont’s Eleonore mine site, which is a fly-in/fly-out operation. Pursuant to the Government of Canada’s vaccine requirement for travel, COVID-19 vaccination is required for all travelers departing from Canadian airports, which includes flights to/from Newmont’s Eleonore mine site, subject only to some very limited exemptions. Accordingly, if you receive an offer of employment for this position, you will be required to provide a declaration confirming that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or confirming that you have an exemption from the Government of Canada’s vaccine requirement for travel, prior to your anticipated start date. Further, if you receive an offer of employment for this position, you may also be required to provide proof of vaccination or exemption status prior to your anticipated start date, or at a later date upon Newmont’s request.