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Inventory Specialist

Greenwich, CT
Salary Details:
Competitive + quarterly bonus
About The Company

Wren Kitchens,the UK's number 1 kitchen retailer, is expanding into the USA! Wren is a privately-owned, family-run business which is passionate about kitchens and delivering a world-class customer experience. In thefinancial year of 2019 we recorded revenue of over $900m.

We're proud to say that we manufacture all our kitchens out of our state-of-the-art, 252,000 sq. ft factory in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 

Wren is famous for having the biggest range of kitchens provided at flat-packprices.With the largest range of colours and styles, Wren allow for the creative freedom to inspire customers and build their dream kitchens.

In 2020 Wren Kitchens opened its first U.S. showroom in Milford, Connecticut. We were also proudly named #1 top-rated retail workplace in the UK and The Telegraph recognised us as the fastest-growing bricks and mortar retailer and the Sunday Times ranked us as the 12th largest, privately owned company in the UK.

We could not be more excited to be opening brand new kitchen showrooms in the USA throughout 2021. We are looking for exceptional people to join our teams and begin an exciting and fast-paced career. This is the perfect time to join Wren as we begin our rapid growth across the East Coast.

 What's great about working for us?
  • A fantastic team environment with great facilities
  • Excellent in-role training and development
  • Fantastic career advancement opportunities
  • High-quality IT equipment and software
  • Paid vacation allowance
  • 401(k) plan
  • Health, vision and dental coverage
  • Generous employee discount
About The Role
The role of the Inventory Speciality is exciting, fast paced and pivotal to the ongoing success of our retail showrooms as we continue our rapid expansion around the North East of America. The purpose of the role is to ensure that all inventory for new showroom fit outs and existing showroom refurbishment is ordered at the correct times, whilst ensuring that the quality of work is carried out to our high standards. This role will involve travel between our multiple sites across the North East of America as required.
Overview of the role
  • The inventory controller must understand the Wren business, culture and mindset
  • The ability to plan purchasing schedules dependant on the business needs
  • Control stock levels for new showroom fit-outs
  • Quality control of items delivered from external partners
  • Coordinate delivery dates dependant on showroom needs
  • Purchasing of items required for new showroom fit-outs and existing showroom refurbishment
  • Create a punch list for the showroom fit-outs
  • Carry out audits on the showroom displays
  • Carry out audits on discontinued products
About You
  • Experience of inventory control is essential
  • Knowledge of retail shop-fitting
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience of kitchen fitting would be an advantage
  • Comfortable working in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Must be willing to travel around the North East of America as required