Find flexible stockroom assistant jobs with Coople.

Stock assistants (also known as stock control assistants and supply chain assistants) are responsible for keeping track of inventory and making sure there’s enough supplies to meet customer demands. Find flexible, rewarding stock assistant jobs with Coople.

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What you can expect when working as a stockroom assistant with Coople:

Job responsibilities

For example:

  • Receiving and storing inventory in a stockroom
  • Ensuring products are safely packaged and properly distributed
  • Carrying out periodic inventory audits
  • Organising the stockroom or warehouse, ensuring the accurate labelling, placement, arrangement and cleanliness of goods
  • Checking stock levels and ordering new stock
  • Answering customer queries, either online or face to face
  • Updating stock information on computer systems

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Which skills do we look for in stockroom assistants?

Occasionally, our roles do not require experience. If no specific experience is required, it will be listed clearly in the job description. For example, the job description may say: 
  • No previous experience needed 
  • Excellent organisation and multitasking skills – high level of efficiency and engagement are required to ensure stock levels are adequately maintained 
  • Strong communication skills, applicants must be able to work well independently and/or with team members 
  • Physical stamina required as the role will involve frequent bending, stooping and heavy lifting 
If specific experience or skills are required, it will be stated clearly in the job description when you apply. For example, hiring companies may ask for:
  • 6+ months inventory management experience
  • Computer skills – basic understanding of Microsoft programs such as Excel and Outlook, in addition to other inventory-specific software programs

How to prepare for your role as a stockroom assistant.

There’s a few things to look out for before you start your stockroom jobs in London.

This might include:

  • Specific uniform requirements and whether or not uniform and safety equipment (e.g. safety shoes) will be provided
  • Health and safety training – you will be invited to complete a training session before your first shift as a stockroom assistant
  • Inventory software usage – if you are required to use such software, you will be given the necessary training before your first shift

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