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Inventory Officer Fellow

Apply by 30 April 2020

Job description

Position Objective:
Responsible for receiving, sorting, verifying, compile and maintain primary records of quantity, device type and SKU (store keeping units) allocations of all Reverse logistics.

Ntinda, Uganda.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Receive, verify, document and store/shelve reverse stock.
  • Order processing (shipping of orders physically and on EAB system).
  • Assist in resolving reverse and dispatch queries from the SC’s.
  • Assist in the monthly stock -take count and reconciliation.
  • Reporting; weekly and monthly reporting of all stock and or other items in and out of the warehouse.
  • Maintain accurate inventory records through the use of a computerized inventory system.
  • Track and maintain a record of weights of all stock dispatched and received from the respective couriers.
  • Post reverse logistics into the database as and when they reach the Warehouse.
  • Track defective pieces of inventory and rates of return accurately in order to maintain and improve quality control.
Key Requirements:
  • Diploma in Store /Warehouse Management, Logistics or Procurement.
  • Experience in using an inventory management system.
  • Analytical skills.
  • Computer Literacy is a must.
  • Self-Motivated.


About M-KOPA

At M-KOPA, our aim is to increase access to life-improving technologies at huge scale. We do this through an innovative credit model – pay-as-you-go asset financing – of which M-KOPA was an early global pioneer. With offices in Nairobi, Kampala, Lagos, and London, M-KOPA serves over 1 million low-income households in Sub-Saharan Africa. Since its commercial launch in 2012, M-KOPA has made its name in off-grid solar power, providing customers with solar panels and solar-powered lights, televisions, radios, fridges, and more – this is often our customers' first access to electricity.

M-KOPA's affordable credit model can also be applied to assets beyond off-grid solar power, and in 2019, we began providing credit for smartphones, which enables our customers to move from feature phones to smartphones and improve their connectivity, communication, and information access. Today, smartphone financing is a rapidly growing business line – with enormous opportunities for innovation and increasing our customer impact. 

M-KOPA currently employs over 1,000 full-time staff across its operating countries. We value progress, innovation, pragmatism, collaboration, and – most of all – our customers. We have been well recognised for our pioneering business model and scale.


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