Stores Coordinator (Vancouver) Job at Pacific Coastal Airlines – in Vancouver, BC
Reporting to Director, Procurement and Supply Chain, the primary responsibility of the Stores Coordinator is to manage the inventory of parts in Vancouver and Calgary and materials flow for the Maintenance Department to ensure timely completion of all maintenance related activities and tasks. In addition, this role will be responsible for evaluation and procurement of Technical Purchases (aeronautical parts).
Success in this role will be achieved through application of strategic supply chain concepts to satisfy operational demands of Pacific Coastal Airlines and ensuring correct and efficient flow of product through the Stores and Maintenance Hangar.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage inventory requests, inventory certification for aircraft technical parts, inventory shelf life control items, and inventory of quarantine and “out for repair” items
Conduct cyclical inventory counts while updating the maintenance system and reconciling inventory to financial records
Maintain and manage stock levels based on minimum and maximum quantities established in the system for various parts and materials
Ensure shipping/receiving of all products and components is accomplished in a timely and cost effective manner
Interact with suppliers on a day-to-day basis, review inventory on an ongoing basis, and order as required based on minimum requirements set in our inventory system
Coordinate sending aeronautical parts for repair
Assist with AOG Parts Management
Assist with coding of technical purchases
Procure technical parts and inventory within the established limits, quantity, quality and pricing guidelines adhering to Pacific Coastal Airlines’ Procurement Policy, purchasing processes, and spending authorization matrices
Source and research materials for best possible price and appropriate quality via liaison with vendors and suppliers
Obtain three RFQs in good faith and negotiate prices fairly, but firmly, prior to closing the purchase transaction with vendors and suppliers
Determine accurate delivery timelines to ensure timely acquisition of products and services
Liaise with vendors on resolving problems associated with product delivery delays and continue to communicate status of product delivery to appropriate departments
Stay current with market prices of various goods and services
Select Preferred vendors and suppliers based on merits of quality and price
Maintain Pacific Coastal Airlines Preferred Suppliers List and develop and maintain long-term valuable relationships with suppliers
Negotiate and propose contracts with suppliers of goods and services with long-term preferred pricing
Logistical and Administrative Support:
Coordinate shipping of parts and materials with shipping vendors such as Novex and FedEx
Coordinate pickup and delivery of parts, purchases and supplies locally
Process purchase orders, including placing orders, with vendors/suppliers
Verify orders and follow up on order progress (confirmation, transport, customs, etc.)
Work with various departments including Accounts Payable to address concerns and issues (such as order quality, quantity, price, delivery, and departmental approval process) with the order from Procure to Pay
Other duties as assigned and required
Education & Qualifications:
Completion of post-secondary education required, or equivalent work experience.
Minimum 3 years of experience in inventory management required
Undergraduate degree or technical diploma in a relate field preferred
Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
Experience in aviation industry is considered an asset
Experience with inventory systems and processes an asset
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 platform mainly Outlook, MS-Teams, and Sharepoint
Skilled in Microsoft Excel at an intermediate level
Strong Communication and excellent Negotiation skills required
Organized multi-tasker who can work independently with little direct supervision
Ability to work in a fast paced environment
Being able to work resourcefully and efficiently in a lean department
Why Pacific Coastal Airlines?
Company Culture: We honour our company motto of People Friendly, People First for both our employees and our passengers. We encourage a positive, caring workplace and put a high value on collaboration, accountability, and loyalty. We are inclusive, respectful, and have a friendly corporate culture.
Compensation: We recognize and value industry experience by offering competitive compensation commensurate with prior experience. We offer long term pay progression to recognize years of service as well as a company match Group RRSP for retirement planning.
Health Benefits: We offer a standard benefits package for permanent employees consisting of extended health, dental, vision, travel medical, life insurance, AD&D, short-term disability, long-term disability, an employee and family assistance program, paid sick days, and paid personal emergency days.
Travel Benefits: We offer excellent travel perks within the Pacific Coastal network for employees, their eligible family members, and their buddies. Also available to employees and their eligible family members is standby travel on other airlines across the world. Additionally, employees are eligible for discounts with various hotels and restaurants within the communities we serve as well as steeply discounted cargo shipping within the Pacific Coastal Airlines network.
Employee Programs: We have employee recognition and reward programs, a milestone service recognition program and employee appreciation events throughout the year.
Interested applicants please complete your job application by clicking on https://pacificcoastal.prevueaps.com/jobs/
Pacific Coastal Airlines is an equal-opportunity employer. We are committed to a policy of non-discrimination in all of our employment practices. We welcome and encourage applications from all qualified individuals, regardless of ethnicity, gender, disability or any other identifying characteristic.
About the Company
Company: Pacific Coastal Airlines –
Company Location: Vancouver, BC