Consignment Sales Analyst

Company Name:
M Force Staffing
Consignment Sales Analyst
Consignment Sales Analyst Job Summary
The primary contact point for consignment customers. Responsible for overseeing the aftermarket consignment inventory assets located at Customer locations across the U.S; responsible for customer satisfaction through effective order management, logistics coordination; provide sales analysis to team members to grow revenue, margins, and asset usage improvement; provide monthly invoicing and inventory reconciliation.
Consignment Sales Analyst Duties and Responsibilities
Sustain business success through collaborative work with the Aftermarket sales team involving product deployment, sales reporting, and inventory analysis.
Establish and maintain effective relationships with Supply Chain, Customer Service, Finance, Logistics, and Sales to resolve issues with customer orders and effectively manage timeliness of receivables from customers.
Processes inventory/sales reconciliations and compiles invoices for each customer.
Formulate strategic plans with customers and Sales to grow customer locations with improved financial metrics.
Completes adjustments and credits for any damaged goods, mislabeled products, and/or returns from customers.
Drives continuous improvement in department processes to increase productivity
Work closely with Sales and customers to determine optimum replenishment levels for all inventory items to improve inventory turns.
Conducts physical inventories per SOX requirements, ensuring compliance requirements are continuously maintained.
Ability to develop financial reports

Consignment Sales Analyst Education and Experience
Bachelor?s Degree
3-5 Years of sales and/or supply chain functions
Excellent Analytical Skills ? proficient with mathematical equations and business formulas and the tools required to solve them.
Advanced Microsoft Excel skills a must
Personable, able to interact easily with Customers and all levels of management.
QAD experience a plus
Travel to consignment locations for inventory counts; less than 10%

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