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Warehouse Inventory Manager

What does a warehouse/inventory manger do?

A Warehouse Manager, or Inventory Manager, oversees operations at a warehouse or storage facility to ensure that all incoming and outgoing inventory is processed according to schedule. Their duties include preparing schedules for Warehouse Associates, training new employees on how to use machinery and monitoring compliance with safety standards.

What do I need to get a warehouse/inventory manager?

Cecil College offers an certificate program in Supply Chain Management, which teaches the basics of purchasing and materials management required to support a modern lean manufacturing facility and/or manage the flow of materials through the supply chain. Careers include, but are not limited to, inventory control manager, distribution center manager, warehousing/operations manager, customer service manager, buyer, and planner.

Beginning in Fall 2021, Harford Community College is offering a certification program in Supply Chain Logistics. This program teaches Fundamentals of Supply Chain Logistics, Managing Inventory Assets, Supply Chain Best Practices, Warehousing/Distribution Center Solutions, and SCM Information Systems.

Where can I go from here?

Warehouse Logistics
1. Packer/Packager
2. Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
3. Team Assembler
4. Helper
5. Shipping/Receiving Clerk
6. Maintenance Helper
7. Janitor/Cleaner
8. Order/Stock Clerk
9. Dispatcher
10. Inspector/Tester
11. Forklift Operator
12. First-Line Supervisor
13. Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerk
14. Machine Operator
15. Bus Driver (CDL B)
16. Light Truck Driver (CDL B)
17. Heavy/Tractor Trailer Driver (CDL A)
18. Maintenance Mechanic
19. Bus/Truck Mechanic
20. Industrial Engineer
21. General Operations Manager
22. Buyer/Purchasing Agent
23. Transportation/Logistics Manager
24. Supply Systems Analyst
25. Cargo Freight Agent
26. Maintenance Manager
27. Transportation/Logistics Supervisor
28. Warehouse Inventory Manager
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