Inventory Controller Job Vacancy at AB InBev / TBL PLC

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Mwanza
  • Applications have closed

Website AB InBev / TBL PLC

TBL Plc is a subsidiary of ABInBev. ABInBev is the largest brewer in the world

Inventory Controller Job Vacancy at AB InBev / TBL PLC

Dreaming big is in our DNA. It’s who we are as a company. It’s our culture. It’s our heritage. And more than ever, it’s our future. A future where we’re always looking forward. Always serving up new ways to meet life’s moments. A future where we keep dreaming bigger. We look for people with passion, talent, and curiosity, and provide them with the teammates, resources and opportunities to unleash their full potential. The power we create together – when we combine your strengths with ours – is unstoppable. Are you ready to join a team that dreams as big as you do?

Key purpose:

All governance processes and documentation are followed and completed to ensure that any and all physical movement of inventory is correctly reflected in SAP. Assist with primary and secondary distribution activities as required.

Key roles and responsibilities

  • Facilitate daily and monthly physical inventory count according to company standards and procedures
  • Start stock take on SAP and upload physical stock count from stock take system
  • Print stock variance report and investigate all variances
  • Post all authorised unresolved variances daily, compile daily stock pack and have it signed off by relevant parties
  • Reconcile diesel/gas stock weekly and order as required
  • Check depot days of cover daily and communicate with Planning if required


  • 3-year degree/diploma
  • 2-3 years’ experience in warehousing and inventory management
  • SAP literacy

Additional Information:

  • Band: VIII

AB InBev is an equal opportunity employer, and all appointments will be made in line with AB InBev employment equity plan and talent requirements.

The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional/ relevant information as criteria for short-listing.