Competencies Inventory Control Clerk in the South Central Region

Find out what competencies you typically need to work as an inventory control clerk in Canada. These competencies are applicable to all Purchasing and inventory control workers (NOC 14403).

Skills Help - Skills

Proficiency or complexity level
Management of Material Resources 3 - Moderate Level
Persuading 2 - Low Level
Evaluation 2 - Low Level
Digital Literacy 2 - Low Level
Numeracy 2 - Low Level
Reading Comprehension 2 - Low Level
Negotiating 2 - Low Level
Coordinating 2 - Low Level
Monitoring 2 - Low Level
Quality Control Testing 2 - Low Level

Personal Attributes Help - Personal Attributes

Importance
Attention to Detail 4 - Highly important
Collaboration 4 - Highly important
Stress Tolerance 4 - Highly important
Concern for Others 3 - Important
Independence 3 - Important
Active Learning 2 - Somewhat important
Adaptability 2 - Somewhat important
Leadership 2 - Somewhat important
Service Orientation 2 - Somewhat important
Innovativeness 1 - Minimally important

Interest Help - Interest

Knowledge Help - Knowledge

Knowledge level
Clerical 3 - Advanced Level
Logistics 2 - Intermediate Level
Mathematics 1 - Basic Level
Languages 1 - Basic Level
Economics 1 - Basic Level
Manufacturing, Processing and Production 1 - Basic Level
Business Management 1 - Basic Level

Source Occupational and Skills Information System

Labour Market Information Survey
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