Production Scheduler

The primary responsibility of the production scheduler is determining daily, weekly, or monthly production activities based on a variety of factors. While developing a schedule, the production scheduler may examine work orders or customer requests, expected delivery dates, plant personnel and equipment capabilities, and inventory availability. The production scheduler then balances these elements to create an actionable and efficient production schedule. In addition to developing the initial manufacturing schedules, the production scheduler adjusts based on changing conditions within the manufacturing pipeline.

 

Minimum Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Industrial Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, and/or Business Administration from an accredited university.
  • Minimum of 2-3 years of combined experience in MRP, material planning and scheduling, production planning, Manufacturing capacity planning, inventory control, and/or supply chain management.
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    Job Duties / Responsibilities

  • Creates and executes production scheduling plan for the plant to meet demand requirements.
  • Analyze current production schedule to assess current production status (behind schedule, increases)
  • Schedules each job with standard manpower and mold changes as required.
  • Maintain inventory levels in order to meet production schedule.
  • Track schedule performance vs. production actuals
  • Prepares and distributes customer releases.
  • Weekly inputs into NetSuite System
  • Ensures all materials are requisitioned in time for scheduled production and arrive in good condition.
  • Ensure accurate inventory reporting and segregation of non-conforming production conjunctions with Quality Assurance and Production.
  • Ability to analyze large data sets and use the data to support your decisions/findings.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision while remaining productive at all times.
  • Have strong math skills and be able to make precise calculations about material and staffing needs, production expectations, and manufacturing capabilities.
  • Requires excellent planning and organization skills, as well as the ability to apply the principles of manufacturing resource planning to daily operations.
  • Makes key decisions to balance personnel scheduling with inventory availability and delivery dates, so they need a talent for effectively coordinating team activities.
  • Entails problem-solving skills, as production schedulers need to adapt schedules in response to material shortages, equipment failures, or changes in customer orders.
  • Operates with the manufacturing teams as well as administrative personnel and managers, they need strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Support the team when needed.
  • Follows all policies and procedures of Occupational Safety and Health, Human Resources and Quality Department.  Reports any safety deficiency to immediate supervisor.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
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