TechnipFMC is a global oil and gas leader, specialized in subsea
and surface technologies. Our mission: to enhance the performance
of world's energy industry. How we do it: by constantly challenging
conventions and investing in our 23,000+ employees, across 48
countries. At TechnipFMC, we aim to offer an inspiring working
experience: tackling some of the most complex technical and
engineering challenges in the world in collaboration with a truly
Inventory Control Supervisor
Inventory Control Supervisor will lead the warehouse management
and inventory control function for MPS REMS supporting overall
Operations. The position will have both strategic and tactical
responsibility in ensuring alignment with financial standards,
warehousing principles, and developing plans to improve overall
material management practices and processes within the region. The
role will be working within a union environment, responsible for
both union and non-union employees.
Manages inventory control and material movement from receipt of
material to shipment of product. These resources include Stock room
personnel, Shipping and Receiving clerks, Packaging/Crating
personnel, Inventory Planner, and any other resources with
inventory and material handling related responsibilities.
Leads the cycle counting process ensuring adherence to financial
standards and inventory accuracy targets.
Maintains a comprehensive system that will provide accuracy of
material transactions and proper handling of all aspects of plant
Overall responsible for warehousing process and records
Determine on a departmental basis the level of manpower required
to achieve production goals. Proactively recommends and/or makes
adjustments in staffing levels consistent with production
requirements and efficient operations.
Responsible for overseeing Non Conforming Material Review
Responsible for supporting WIP audits per company
Develop policies and procedures concerning inventory management
aligning with corporate best practices.
Actively engages in seeking solutions and supporting inventory
reduction targets collaborating with key stakeholders.
Facilitates root cause analysis and preventive action to address
inventory discrepancies and systemic issues as related to overall
Maintains safe and healthy work environment by establishing and
enforcing TFMC HSE standards.
Network with and support warehouse needs of other facilities as
Able to work independently to complete daily tasks and assigned
Performs supervisory responsibilities to include interviewing,
hiring, performance evaluation, discipline and other related
Completes all assigned training in the Learning Management
System in a timely manner.
Supports and leads cultural change aligned with our Core Values
and Foundational beliefs.
Maintains a close working relationship with MPS REMS
International counterpart on process alignment and leveraging best
You are meant for this job if:
Bachelor's Degree in Business/Supply Chain Management/Industrial
Engineering or a related field with at least three years managerial
or supervisory experience required.
Formal warehousing and logistics knowledge and competency, with
at least 5 years' experience in Materials management or related
A minimum of 2 years experience in Lean manufacturing, Six Sigma
tools such as DMAIC, Continuous Improvement and Operational
Experience in a manufacturing environment and demonstrated
understanding of various materials management processes such
warehousing, shipping, receiving, material protection,
distribution, and inventory control.
Experience and familiarity working within a union shop
This position has direct reports and requires a strong ability
to persuade and influence across the organization role.
Extensive SAP experience preferred; Ability to run SAP reports
and analyze inventory reports
Must demonstrate strong leadership skills, communications, and
interpersonal skills with ability to interact with all levels of