Location: DEVENS, MA, United States
Job Family : Support
Job Type : Regular
Posted : Jun 23, 2022
Job ID: 32794
With general supervision, responsible for coordinating the timely movement and processing of parts on assigned programs or areas in order to meet customer delivery schedules.
Responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Update the production and inventory control system with information that is timely and accurate. Stage and coordinate work in the area to meet schedules and effectively utilize resources. Communicate and coordinate with appropriate support groups to initiate corrective action for work orders on hold. Split work orders by generating a new traveller, input split and coordinate activity with inspection and other groups. As a liaison, resolve scheduling conflicts between the shop and the business teams. Initiate action required to resolve discrepancies in paperwork or system information to maintain work in process (WIP) data accuracy. Follow and audit the physical progress of materials or goods through manufacturing or other processing departments. Report discrepancies to team. Coordinate with other functional groups to develop and implement daily work schedules, short range capacity plans and build plans. Monitor and coordinate actions required to resolve short term capacity conflicts such as; staffing reassignments, overtime, alternate machine utilizations, and re‐routing to other machines, facilities or vendors. Participate in team meetings to develop and implement plans to meet team goals such as; schedules, quality, cost, etc. Update information using CRT and/or personal computer for special scheduling needs or projects. Coordinate release of material/components to fill shortages for orders in work in process. Work in conjunction with the planners for new parts procurement and/or processed parts requirements on a daily basis for parts shortages and on request participate in long range planning meetings. Also, satisfy requirements for aircraft on ground (A.O.G.) maintenance agreements and expedited jobs. Define component shortages required to support the assembly build schedule. Track work order and purchase order status to assure customer requirements are achieved. Develop and maintain recovery schedules (ESD'S) to support customer requirements. Prepare customer status reports and respond to shipping information requests from the team leaders. Request and prioritize tooling and tapes required at station including tooling in house or at Vendors. Provide support to area or team by ordering prints, set‐up sheets, etc. Move materials utilizing forklift, dolly, hand truck or other types of carts. Monitor and coordinate the packaging of parts to prevent damage. Train and assist less experienced employees. Adhere to company safety rules and regulations. Perform other related responsibilities.
Two years of dispatching, shop scheduling or production planning experience in a computerized manufacturing system environment, or demonstrated ability to perform described responsibilities. Knowledge of material requirements planning, capacity planning and shop floor control preferred. Knowledge of A.P.I.C.S. concepts/principles preferred. Must be a self-starter & able to stay on task. Excel knowledge is a plus. Must be able to multitask. May be required to lift up to 50 lbs. Must demonstrate effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work effectively with others and be a participative team player.
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