Inventory Control Specialist Interview Questions in United States

Inventory Control Specialist Interview Questions in United States

"Businesses depend on their inventory control specialists to possess impeccable organizational and overseeing skills to maintain the flow of inventory. Employers are looking for candidates who are team players, punctual, and proficient in using technological tools and equipment. During an interview, expect to be asked about previous experience in inventorying, making a process more efficient, and working in a team. To ace your interview, show that you are a customer service oriented person."

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Floor & Decor
Inventory Control Specialist was asked...July 16, 2016

If a product shows up on a Negative Inventory Report, what would you do?

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I said I would research the sales history of the product to see if that is what caused the negative availability. I would also look at the movement of the product such as PO receipts, variance adjustments and inbound or outbound transfers that may not have been processed. Once the root cause is found, that would determine the correction process which may entail a cycle count, receiving / adjusting a PO, process a return / exchange of a sale if it has been determined that the wrong product was rung up, Less

Walmart

On what occasion did I ever have to resolve a concern for a customer, and what did I do to resolve said issue.

PPG

have you helped your colleagues and how?

National Business Furniture

If you were at a party would you be more of the person standing in the corner or the person in the center of attention.

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There is no wrong answer, but the question is made to get you to discuss what kind of person you are. Many companies are very team driven. So if you say you are the center of attention, mention that you still like to get everyone's input and talk to everyone at the party. Less

I would be the person in/at the center of attention and not just for all the attention but because I don't drink nor smoke but I do love to have fun and love to dance even if I dance alone. I like to make people feel comfortable and see that I am approachable and that I get along with everyone and not standoffish. Less

I think it depends on what position you are applying for. What does the job require. Less

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C&S Wholesale Grocers

Do you have any experience with counting physical inventory ?

3 Answers

No

No

No

Prime Package and Label

Do you have any experience with Inventory Control?

2 Answers

Yes, I assisted my manager.

Yes

RGIS

Tell me about yourself?

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Just be honest, talking about your past working experience, why you apply for this job. Less

i done my contract and i worked in night shift now i want day or afternoon shift ..i have experience in inventory..i will check product quality quantity upc ,sku twice ..if i doubt anything i can’t complete the process and i will inform my inventory manager..i never done process before checking all locations and upc quantity..some time box upper upc and sku is not matching then i will check the products inside upc and sku if it is matching i complete the process otherwise i don’t.thank you Less

Motion

How would I change the departmental process to increase efficientcies.

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Be more on top of employee's activities and increase employee knowlege of products they are handling. Less

To change the departmental process to increase efficiencies, you can follow these steps: 1. Analyze the current process: Review the current process and identify the areas where there is a scope of improvement. Identify the areas where there is redundancy or any unnecessary steps. Identify the factors that are making the current process less effective and where the bottlenecks are occurring. 2. Define Your goals: Define the objectives you want to achieve by changing the process. It can be reducing the time required for completing the task or reducing the cost. Setting clear goals will help you to identify the areas of the process that need change. 3. Involve Employees: Involve the employees who work on the process and get their feedback. Employees are the best source of information on what works and what does not. By involving them in the change process, they will be more likely to support the new process and will feel valued. 4. Redesign the process: Once you have analyzed the current process, identified the bottlenecks, and obtained feedback from your employees, redesign the process. Focus on the areas where you have the scope of improvement to increase the efficiencies. 5. Implement the new process: Train employees on the new process and provide them with the necessary resources to implement the new process. Implement the process in a phased manner to minimize disruption, and monitor the process closely. 6. Evaluate and Improve: Evaluate the new process and measure its efficiency regularly. Identify the areas where improvements are required and adjust your process accordingly. By following these steps, you can change the departmental process to increase efficiencies. Less

Flanagan Foodservice

Describe a situation where you made a mistake. What did you do to make it right?

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If I had made a mistake then I will ask for apology and if it doesn’t work then I will compensate in a very rare case Less

first i don’t make mistake because i check the product quality quantity upc twice then if doesn’t match any thing i will not complete the process and tell my seniors for this problem,,anyway i made mistake i will tell my senior for the mistake and make the situation good and do right my mistake and next time i will not take this mistake again ..thank you Less

Lineage Logistics

Can you stand the cold

2 Answers

Yes

How cold is it?

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