Production Scheduler

Company/organization: CNH Industrial Reman
Contact: Randy Jones
Email:
Phone: 417-893-2362
Website: www.whyreman.com

Primary Function:

This position works with Production and Core Management to develop the daily and monthly production schedules. This position plays a key role in the accomplishment of the goals and objectives established for total internal and external customer satisfaction.

Dimensions:

·         Maintain, project and report budgeted material usage variances.

·         Maintain, project and report budgeted absorption numbers.

·          Maintain department stocking metrics.

Essential Responsibilities:

·         Develop production schedule based on sales forecasts, safety stocks and core availability.

·         Work with Core Management to order and track available core.

·         Review processes for continuous improvement.

·         Participate in reviewing replacement percentages based on actual usage.

·         Manage job orders throughout the production process.

·         Work with purchasing/planning to meet dealer requirements and procure needed components.

·         Participate in and support the principles of Open Book Management.

Job specifications

Impact: 

·         Creating production schedule to achieve absorption and usage goals.

Communication

·         This position will be communicating with Core Management.

·         The position will be communicating with Production, Material Planning, Sales, Purchasing, Engineering, Warehouse, Accounting, and Quality personnel.

·         Communicate with Safety department to ensure all OSHA 1910 standards are followed

·         Communicate with the Quality to ensure all ISO standards are followed

Requirements (including minimum education & years of experience):

·         Minimum High School diploma or GED

·         Associates Degree in business or technical discipline preferred.

·         Purchasing, Scheduling, and/or Inventory control experience is preferred.

·         Training in employee orientation, sexual harassment, safety orientation, and quality systems orientation.

·         Ability to use a computer, copier, calculator, telephone, and fax machine.

·         Experience in Microsoft Office is recommended.

·         Must wear all required personal protection equipment in designated areas. Care necessary to avoid placing self and others in an unsafe environment.  Standing, walking, stooping, reaching, lifting, bending

·         Ability to find, interpret, and apply Job Safety Analysis’ (JSA). Able to read MSDS sheets

·         Conformance to requirements is important to succeeding operations.

·         Will support the Quality Management System (QMS). Interaction with vendors may require travel. Overtime

·         Requiring hours of service that would average at least 30 hours of service per week

Travel Requirements:                                          

            Expected % of Time: 5%

 

 

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