YM Inc. was founded on the strength of a single retail store in the heart of downtown Toronto in 1975, under the name Stitches. Today we are one of North America’s leading apparel retailers operating over 600 stores across Canada and the United States under the following banners: Stitches, Urban Planet, Urban Behavior, Sirens, Siblings, Urban Kids, Suzy Shier, Bluenotes, West 49, Mandee, Annie Sez and Afaze.
The Internal Inventory Auditor is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the inventory in the stores is balanced to the inventory in the computer and that procedures related to inventory control administration and shrinkage are being followed. The Internal Inventory Auditor communicates to the District and Regional Managers any concerns related to the inventory control of the store and ensures Company procedures and practices are well-managed and efficient. The Internal Inventory Auditor Audit undertakes to bring to the attention of the Manager of Internal Audit weaknesses, in business practices and management systems and recommending improvements.
Duties and Responsibilities
Verify, process and update daily reports
Follow up and process store templates and emails
Process store discrepancies
Prepare for inventory counts by following up with in transits, Key Forgot to Count emails, discrepancies, and auditing of carton shrinkage, stores with high shrinkage and stores top 15 shrinkage classes
High school education completed
Knowledge of internal audits and controls, including familiarity with cost accounting, inventory controls and financial system implementation
Must have worked in a retail store setting
Proficient in Microsoft Office
YM Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals. We thank all applicants for their interest: However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If chosen to participate in the selection process, accommodations are available upon request. We will consult with the applicant to provide or arrange suitable accommodation in a manner that takes into account the applicant’s accessibility needs.