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Production Control Specialist
Review customer purchase order and "as received" condition of incoming components.
Develop a quotation based on incoming inspection findings. Provide a technical findings report as required and defined work scopes to the sales department in order to notify our customer.
Coordinate with the scheduling department in order to plan work scopes and time gates based on production department loading and lead times.
Refine and analyze work scopes to maximize the efficiency of the repair/overhaul. Communicate work scope and time gates as required to all departments in order to meet our customer requirements.
Manage exceptions, including reworks that occur during the repair/overhaul process determining the resources required to resolve the exception.
Make the necessary decisions introduced by production or scheduling that are within the OEM manual limits or intent of the repair.
Initiate and monitor continuous improvement programs for efficiencies, quality, production flow and customer requirements.
Communicate inventory requirements with the purchasing department based on customer requirements and/or sales forecast.
Manage on Time Delivery (OTD) and Ship Date Accuracy (SDA) with all departments.
Coordinate with production and scheduling departments to ensure labor factors are accurately reviewed and maintained.
First shift: Monday through Friday, but with significant overtime at time and a half. Average 50-52 hours a week. Profit Sharing: Varies from year to year and is a mix of cash payout and 401(k) contributions.
About half of your time will be spent in the office/at your desk and the other half will be spent on the shop floor/going from shop to shop in the facility to ensure coordination is taking place.