Inventory Control Technician - Night Shift
At Valens, we believe in creating products for those who need them. We do things the right way without ever cutting corners. Whether it’s medical or recreational, local or international, we’re pursuing meaningful extraction, formulation, product development and testing to bring purposeful cannabis to the people.
We each have our unique story, but we have a common goal of creating exceptional products with the end user in mind. We celebrate team wins, big and small, by recognizing the role that everyone has played in it. It is about growing together, learning together and making a positive difference.
AT VALENS, IT’S PERSONAL.
- Don’t miss this opportunity to help build and shape the growing cannabis industry!
- Live, work and play in the sunny Okanagan where nature is at your doorstep.
- Immerse yourself in an environment where championing the individual is not just a motto, it is a daily practice and how we succeed as a team.
Reporting to the Inventory Control Manager, the Inventory Control Technician is responsible for keeping inventory operations smooth and efficient in the dedicated controlled material rooms. The individual will also be responsible for tracking inventory movements, restocking materials, physically moving materials, and assisting the Inventory Control Coordinators with day-to-day tasks.
Night Shift 4:00pm – 2:30am (Monday – Thursday)
As an Inventory Control Technician you will:
- Performs Cycle Counts on controlled and uncontrolled materials, aids in the investigation and reconciliation processes.
- Assists shipping and receiving by weighing/counting incoming inventory, acquiring accurate incoming inventory records, ensuring appropriate movement/storage within the facility.
- Staging bill of materials for production to ensure accurate lots and amounts are being processed according to the production schedule.
- Reviews and compares information on batch records to physical inventory to ensure accuracy of weights/amounts and label information.
- Tracks inventory movements within the Health Canada licensed storage areas for controlled products.
- Leveraging WMS scan guns to track movements of controlled and uncontrolled materials throughout the respective facilities.
- Assist in monthly inventory counts and reconciliation against the system generated inventory numbers.
- Aid the Inventory Coordinators with the destruction of controlled and uncontrolled materials.
- Accountable for the cleanliness of the licensed storage areas through daily, weekly, and monthly cleans as per the internal standard operating procedures.
- Responsible for the organization and bin location management for all inventory storage locations.
- Effectively completes controlled documents as it pertains to Inventory Control, Quality Assurance and Production.
- Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
As an Inventory Control Technician you bring:
- 1 year experience in a related field.
- Multitasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks under pressure.
- The ability to work individually.
- Highly conscientious and attentive; uses logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions.
- Adequate analytical skills and strong attention to detail
- Demonstrated capability as a team player with strong interpersonal skills.
- Strong commitment to professional development and knowledge acquisition.
- Excellent English communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Ability to be resourceful and proactive when issues arise.
- Successful satisfactory completion of Criminal Record Check required
As a valued member of the Valens team, you will enjoy:
- Competitive total compensation and incentives
- A top-notch extended benefits package including medical, vision and dental
- An entrepreneurial and innovative environment that fosters growth and continuous learning
We are grateful for the interest in this role from all candidates, however, we will be contacting only those that are selected for next steps in the hiring process.
Our Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion:
The Valens Company is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a welcoming, inclusive, diverse and safe workplace where all of our team members have equal opportunity to succeed. We know this begins with recruitment. To honor our commitment, Valens encourages applications from individuals of all backgrounds, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, ages and abilities.
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