Colorado Nonprofit Association

Inventory Auditor

Classification: Non-Exempt 

Reports To: Inventory Manager  

Location: Denver 45th Avenue 

Compensation: $21.00/hour 



Join the Food Bank of the Rockies as an Inventory Auditor and become a vital part of our
Operations team! In this dynamic role, you’ll be responsible for ensuring accuracy in our inventory processes, including daily matching of receiving documents with purchase orders, conducting physical inventory counts, and monitoring expiration dates and distributions. You’ll also uphold AIB standards and provide essential backup support for daily cycle counts and data capture in CERES. This position requires strong coordination skills, as you’ll work closely with various departments to keep our operations running smoothly. If you’re detail oriented and passionate about making a difference, we’d love to have you on our team!

We value diversity and inclusivity and are thus always looking to diversify our staff with an eye toward race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and age, among other areas. Candidates who bring such diversity are encouraged to apply. 

Mission: We ignite the power of community to nourish people facing hunger 

Values: Service; Integrity; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; Collaboration; Innovation 


Primary Responsibilities: 

· Coordinate inventory count process: including regular cycle counts and miscellaneous inventory movements including corrections from daily order picks 

· Run reports as needed to help maintain expired products and slow-moving products and work with the Partner Dock Lead to monitor appropriate movements 

· Present and report on findings on a weekly basis in Operational meetings 

· Communicate and understand all aspects of inventory movements including receiving, distribution, transfers, and product adjustments 

· Responsible for managing all recall notices including communicating with applicable departments 

· Responsible for consistency of all inventory data as it pertains to product throughput 

· Communicate equipment and warehouse maintenance needs to include: 

o Freezers & coolers for cleanliness  

o Temperature & proper operation 

o Maintaining cleaning logs 

· Follow the training and Standard Operating Procedures 

o Use procedural documents, to include data entry procedures for CERES and equipment for all operations departments to include government
program processes.

· Entering driver pickups and deliveries into CERES on a daily basis 

· Performing general office duties, and maintaining filing 

· Communicate and update the Inventory team with any challenges 

· Work with the Food Sourcing and Receiving team daily to validate data accuracy and integrity as well as monitor the timely movement of inventory from the receiving dock to the proper storage area 

· Reconcile purchase orders and receipts to ensure all details correct and receiving documents present, and submit to Accounting for payment on a daily basis 

· Communicate with Sourcing and coordinate adjustments to purchase orders to exactly match received quantities 


Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:  

· Ability to represent Food Bank of the Rockies with professional poise and work effectively with a wide range of constituents  

· Demonstrates compassion and sensitivity to vulnerable populations 

· Excellent organizational, time management and follow-throughskills 

· Self-directed and results-oriented 

· Proactive and independent problem solver 

· Exercise independent judgment, think critically and strategically, collaborate with others and follow-through to execute projects and program requirements 

· Strong customer service orientation 

· Assist with the management of grant-funded (CSFP, TEFAP, LFPA, FFK) 

· Ability to communicate persuasively and articulately both verbally and in writing  


Work Environment:  

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

· Sitting and standing for long periods, walking frequently 

· Using office equipment such as a computer, mouse, keyboard, and printer  

· Indoor office environment, frequently; warehouse environment, frequently; outdoor environment, occasionally 

· Occasionally lift or move up to 50 pounds 


Required Qualifications:  

· High school diploma or equivalent required  

· Minimum of 2 years’ warehouse experience preferred 

· Experience with Ceres 2009/Ceres 5 is a plus 

· Experience using Microsoft Office Suite and online technologies 

· Experience using collaborative tools for file storage and sharing, meeting scheduling, and virtual collaboration preferred 

· Able to operate forklift and pallet jacks 

· Computerized inventory and warehouse experience 


Expected Hours of Work:  

This role is considered full-time working approximately 40 hours per week and is eligible for overtime for any hours worked over 40 in a workweek. Regular hours are Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30. Work schedules vary each week and consists of weekdays, evening and occasional Saturdays.