Company Name:
Qual-Pro Corporation
Planner For EMS
Qual-Pro Corporation provides electronic manufacturing solutions to multiple industries including aerospace, defense, ISR, medical, and precision industrial controls. Our company offers a challenging and rewarding environment with a tremendous opportunity for career growth. This position reports solid line to the Director of programs, and dotted line to respective program managers. This position will be account based.
Responsible for production scheduling
Reporting to Program management you will to establish schedules that meet the needs and time requirements of all concerned departments
Analyze problem situations and rearrange production schedule to accommodate solve problems
Assess production data daily to pinpoint trouble areas and suggest improvements. Conduct twice-daily production walk-throughs to ensure production schedules are being achieved
Execute against the master schedule, working with buyers to keep on plan Push for execution and deal with exceptions. Your responsibility is to ensure shortages are being filled
Report on late work orders and reasons why, as well as providing catch up plans
Monitor and execute against the master production schedule for a rolling 13 weeks for firm demand customers, loading all demand out through the end of the purchase order. For Kan Ban customers, building a forecast model under the supervision of the program manager with minimum 3-months outlook with no changes
Update master schedule weekly
Status work orders two to three days a week; reschedule as needed, but only under the authority of the program manager
Create and keep current flying probe schedule as well as conformal coating schedules
Monitor and report on daily ECN changes
Required education, experience and attributes of a successful candidate
Minimum 5 years experience in an EMS company or related position in the electronics and/or circuit board fabrication industry
Experience with MRP systems, planning and scheduling
Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel required
Ability to read blueprints, manufacturer's data sheets, fabrication and assembly drawings
Experience in a lean manufacturing environment

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