Inventory Managers

Inventory managers monitor available supplies, raw materials, sub-assemblies, and products in order to ensure that customers and employees have access to the materials they need.

Where can an inventory manager work?

Inventory managers can work in a variety of industry settings including manufacturing plants, warehouses, and retail stores. They evaluate suppliers, maintain daily records of deliveries and shipments, track inventory and monitor stock levels, manage inventory flow, and prepare documentation.

How do you become an inventory manager?

To become an inventory manager it is recommended that you obtain a bachelor's degree to gain the skills employers are looking for.

With Goodwin's Manufacturing Management program you will gain an understanding of operations management, manufacturing supervision, manufacturing logistics, production planning and control, team dynamics, purchasing, and customer service.

Goodwin University offers manufacturing programs at bachelor's degree, associate degree, and certificate levels.

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