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MA

Warehouse coordinator Meknes

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Lear Corporation is the leading Tier 1 automotive supplier serving all of the world's major automotive manufacturers with our world-class automotive seating and automotive electrical products. Our products are developed and produced by a diverse, talented team of more than 165,000 people. With operations in 38 countries, Lear operates in every major automotive manufacturing region in the world. For our globally positioned and successful teams, we are looking for dedicated talents with zest for action and enthusiasm. If you love challenges, want to experience development opportunities unrestrained, and want recognition that pays off, then you've come to the right place with Lear.

The objective of the warehouse responsible is to effectively supervise Lear warehouse receiving and supplying Operations to provide an efficient delivery performance of production orders keeping the stock accuracy. 

 

Missions: (but may not be limited to)
•    Reviews electronic & physical movement of inventory through the various production processes internally.  Supports production when inventory is not correctly moving and resolves issue preventing production Stoppage line.
•    Develops and conducts an effective inventory cycle count program to maintain inventory accuracy at a level that reduces the wall to wall inventory Gap.
•    Perform cyclic count inventories.
•    Works with production personnel to support training on the usage of the business system with respect to the control and electronic movement of inventory.
•    Monitor deliver and report on all relevant inventory KPI's.
•    Assists Production and Account Management as necessary in the maintenance of job order routings and bill of materials to resolve issues for work-in-process jobs.
•    Identifies, investigates, and works with Supply Chain Team to improve and/or create new policies and procedures to improve inventory control. 
•    Organizes and maintains warehouse and inventory yard areas for efficient material storage and handling; maintains labeling system on each stock item “warehouses & WIP”.
•    Maintain acceptable and accurate inventory levels
•    Report shortages, overages, and all inventory levels for replenishment. 
•    Keep accurate records of inventory levels and location for easy retrieval. 
•    Implement and follow a control system to reduce damage, breakage, and inventory obsolescence.
•    Minimize overstocks and removal of obsolete redundant raw materials.
•    Ensure incoming product is receipt and managed appropriately to company procedures.
•    Ensure that goods are well organized and controlled to sufficiently support production.
•    Ensure that materials that are late or holding up production for whatever reason(s), are chased and followed up until Received at production lines.
•    Produce daily report to ensure key critical areas of the stock system are controlled and any discrepancies addressed and resolved.
•    Monitor and evaluate material utilization and scrap.


Profile:
•    High degree in logistics
•    Minimum 3 years of experience running a warehouse, manufacturing plant or large team within an operations environment with a record of achieving key performance targets.
•    Experience managing high volumes of inventory and an understanding of the link between inventory, customer service and profitability.
•    Excellent organizational, numeracy and analytical skills.


Language Skills:  

Highly effective communication skills, both verbal and written in English and French.


Work Location:  

Meknes Wiring Plant

 

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Lear Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workplace.

 

Applicants must submit their resume for consideration using our applicant tracking system. Due to the high volume of applications received, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. Unsolicited resumes from search firms or employment agencies, or similar, will not be paid a fee and will become the property of Lear Corporation.