Key Responsibilities

 Daily management of the overall material stores and listing the requirement to maintain minimum stock value.

 Material Order, follow up for delivery and processing challans.

 Regular monitoring the material management, availability, minimum stock values.

 Quarterly audit of material inventory.

 Store Managements, Material inventory & day to day material consumptions standard procedure, Stock summary & Reports with correct attributes.

 Material & Purchase requisition with proper justifications along with correct supportive points (Budget, Material code, WBS & Plant code).  Continuous & timely follow-ups with vendors for their pending materials as per purchase order, similarly follow-ups for their payments & compliance like vendor code, vendor registration & Vat certificates etc.

 All assets in SAP, and monitoring the closure of all breakdown and PPM orders.

 Monthly & Quarterly material consumption report.

Implementing goods receipt /issue procedures

+ Receive detailed and accurate information when goods arrive at the warehouse, then carefully check and record the quantity and condition of goods when moving out of the warehouse.
+ Check goods receipt/issue requisition documents under regulations to ensure quality goods and deliver to the right object to avoid confusion.
+ Receive delivery documents, make goods issue requests, save information on the goods management system and transfer it to the purchasing or accounting department under regulations to serve the next control stage.
+ Responsible for arranging neat and clean locations and premises to receive goods in a convenient, fast, and time-saving way when there is information on goods receipt.
+ Ensure that the goods receipt and issue process does not damage the goods.
+ Record specifically the goods received note and goods delivery note to list the quantity of the goods.
+ Track the number of goods receipt/issue each day and compare with the minimum norm to maintain warehouse efficiency.

Tracking inventory

+ Keep track of minimum inventory and stock counts for the day.
+ Ensure that the goods always have a reasonable minimum inventory level in case the partner unexpectedly requests a large quantity of goods or there is damaged goods during transportation.
+ Propose to the Director to change the minimum norm of the warehouse to provide a timely solution when there is a sudden change in the quantity or quality of goods.

Putting goods in the warehouse

+ Make a purchase requisition form according to plan.
+ Make goods purchasing and issue procedures.
+ Follow up the goods receipt process, speed up purchasing, buy raw materials to ensure warehouse performance, and provide essential materials for the production process.

Arranging goods in the warehouse

+ Make records of warehouse changes and update the warehouse plan when there is a change.
+ Arrange goods neatly, scientifically, clearly, and cleanly as required. Making warehouse records and taking stock of goods
+ Creating warehouse records is the job that the storekeeper has to perform, making warehouse management easy. With big warehouses, and a large number of goods, this thing is strikingly significant. Creating a warehouse record will be classified according to each type of goods, including item code, expiry date, size, and required object.
+ Taking stock of goods helps control the amount of goods circulation and inventory. Therefore, the storekeeper detects defective goods to make a list to send to the functional department for handling.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: Up to ₹22,000.00 per month


  • Day shift


  • total work: 2 years (Required)

Ability to Commute:

  • Shimla, Himachal Pradesh (Required)

Ability to Relocate:

  • Shimla, Himachal Pradesh: Relocate before starting work (Preferred)

Work Location: In person

Speak with the employer+91 6263971282