Company: BP
Skills: Business Analyst, Facilities Management
Experience: 1 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Salary: Competitive
Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States


The Inventory Stock Controller is a key member of the Supply Chain responsible for coordinating, monitoring, controlling and efficient maintenance of the various flows of goods through the warehouses. This is achieved through a continuous and consistent inventory monitoring of all incoming and outgoing packaged and bulk products.

Key Accountabilities

Support and advise BP's assets to achieve safe, reliable and profitable operations. Lead in the sharing and embedding of best practices and the development of work processes across all sites to support commercial decision making and manufacturing optimization within BP.

  • Negotiations with the different internal departments of supply chain, including Export, Site Logistics, Planning, Scheduling and Finance
  • The data relationship between the various transactions in the SAP logistics module.
  • Commitment and support of the internal departments that affect stock movements such as planning, site logistics, export;
  • Coordinate, follow up and adjust the BP warehouses and external warehouses stock to ensure accuracy so that qualitative data input is processed.
  • Control and adjusting the financial stocks in warehouses as BP contractors, through Cycle Counting and Stock reconciliation.

The scope of impact of the Inventory Stock Controller will impact all areas of the plant, with additional impacts to the Americas region on regional initiatives/teams.

Assure compliance with all HSSE Legal and other requirements. Provides oversight for HSSE compliance tasks assigned to the team and responsible for completing assigned HSSE Compliance tasks effectively and for reporting any potential or actual non-compliance issues.

  • Oversee and provide assurance of safe operations to ensure that we deliver on our promise that "Everyone goes home safely, every day - there is nothing more important that we do"
  • Responsible for contributing to and sustaining the safety culture within the plant
  • Supports the local HSSE Coordinator to effectively and efficiently deliver and embed programs that support and ensure compliance with regulatory and GSC requirements.
  • Contribute to leading indicators in support of building safety culture across the plant in turn delivering key Manufacturing's HSSE KPIs (Safety Observation & Conversations, Near Miss/Stop Work reporting, etc.)

Education and Experience

  • At least 1 - 2 years' experience in distribution environment preferred in a Supply Chain role demonstrating strong knowledge of WMS and inventory management.
  • Bachelors in Logistics Management preferred but other disciplines considered with relevant experience.
  • Good knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook are a plus
  • Knowledge of production processes within BP manufacturing plants is a plus
  • Knowledge rules on import (import permits, certificates, goods inspection, marking, etc.) plus.
  • A general knowledge of logistics inventory processes is a prerequisite.
  • SAP Knowledge is an advantage
  • A full understanding of the BP Group safety standards and demonstrated leadership of HSSE.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with staff at all levels both internally and externally.
  • Self-starter with highly motivated "can do" attitude.
  • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
  • Advocate for Continuous Improvement.
  • English - Fluent.
Competencies

Lead through our values: Inspiring deep personal commitment to the BP Values and people.
Build enduring capability: Demonstrating leadership presence and courage that will build capability to develop the organization and people capabilities.
Energize people: set clear objectives, standards, direction and boundaries
Maximize Value: Creating operational excellence through systematic and disciplined management to deliver on short and long term goals
Operating Management System: Understand the intent and purpose of OMS requirements and local legislation
Management of Change: Recognizing, documenting, evaluating, approving and communicating temporary or permanent changes.
Risk Assessment and Management: Understanding potential operating risks on a daily and long-term basis