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Position: Stock controller

Location: Nairobi

Job description

Our client in hospitality is looking for a Stock Controller with experience and knowledge of F&B Controls and other consumer items to determine costs of business activity such as food purchases and recommend prices.


  • Recording of food and beverage costs
  • Ensure all inventory and stock management systems are maintained accurately, within the agreed parameters and in a timely manner.
  • Responsibility for purchasing and the “in-stock” levels within the agreed inventory parameters.
  • Purchase inventory within the agreed budgets.
  • Maintain a process for returns. Manage a defined area in the storeroom for returns/credits.
  • Maintain harmonious working relationship with Suppliers/Vendors within the buying parameters set by the business.
  • Observe the correct buying protocols.
  • Observe correct stock receiving protocols.
  • Complete all necessary stock takes.
  • Maintain the storeroom and the allocation of space for stock.
  • Comply with the required personal grooming standards.


  • Minimum of 2  years as a restaurant stock controller is a must
  • Degree/diploma in accounting.
  • Proficient in computer applications and inventory software
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to accurately prepare daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports
  • Focused and prioritization ability
  • Able to work in a fast paced environment and cope with pressure
  • Excellent written, oral and presentation skills
  • Sense of urgency with good eye for details

How to Apply

Qualified candidates should send their CV and Application letter quoting their expected salary to on or before 29th February 2020. Only qualified candidates should apply. If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks after the deadline, consider your application unsuccessful.

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