Project Material Coordinator-McIntosh, AL

Company Name:
KBR, Inc.
Title: Project Material Coordinator-McIntosh, AL
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When you become part of our team, your opportunities are endless. As a leading global engineering, construction, and services company, we support the energy, hydrocarbon, government services, minerals, civil infrastructure, power and industrial markets on six continents. Servicing our customers through ten diverse business units, we offer challenging assignments on some of the world's largest and most complex projects. Our clients value us because they know We Deliver.
KBR and its family of companies are global leaders in the engineering, construction, maintenance, facilities services and turnaround markets. KBR has a 100 year legacy of delivering safe, high quality projects on time and on schedule in the chemicals, refining, energy and pulp and paper industries.
Join us and you''ll be part of a dynamic, elite team of professionals who understand what it takes to get a job done and has the experience, knowledge and determination to succeed.
Storeroom inventory control which includes evaluating and maintaining inventory level to specific benchmarks/requirements while meeting maintenance specific material requirements.Will also include maintaining MRP requirements for ordering, expediting, receiving, reporting and general filing.
Skills/Experience required:
SAP is a must in Stores Operation Environment
3-5 year MRO/Commodity knowledge/expertise(pipes, valves and electrical components)
Excellent verbal and written skills
Proficient computer skills using Word and Excel
Excellent office, administrative and clerical skills are a plus
Pay is $15.00-$19.00 hour DOE
KBR offers a selection of competitive lifestyle benefits which could include a 401K plan with company match, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, AD&D, flexible spending account, disability, paid time off, or flexible work schedule. We support career advancement through professional training and development.

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