In this role, you will make an impact in the following ways:
Analyzing the demand and supply balance at product family, part number, and sub-assembly levels as appropriate.
Create the Master Production Schedule that satisfies customer demand while optimizing inventory levels and plant capacity utilization.
Reviewing and managing change requests from customers, plants, or suppliers, making appropriate reschedules in line with the policy.
Determine the impact of daily customer orders and adjusts the daily production schedule to ensure maximum order fulfillment.
Working with external and internal cross functional stakeholders to develop and implement short and mid-term tactical improvements.
Analyze and interpret KPIs to identify areas for improvement and action plans.
To be successful in this role you will need the following:
Optimizes work processes - Knowing the most effective and efficient processes to get things done, with a focus on continuous improvement.
Master Supply Scheduling - Establishes and maintains a valid Master Production Schedule for a family of products, which meets customer’s expectations and requirements while maximizing operational efficiency; validates procurement scheduling, production scheduling, and replenishment planning are aligned to manufacturing and assembly assets for conversion.
Materials KPI Management - Operates in relation to recent or historical outputs as compared to expectations of the organization to determine next steps to drive improvement; assesses gaps to the supply chain performance against the expectation of achieving target deliverables; interprets KPIs to understand end-customer impact; strategically balances trade-offs to influence one KPI while minimizing the impact to others.
Detailed Capacity Planning - Converts and translates the Master Production Schedule into detailed resource requirements resulting in optimized internal capacity utilization and identified constraints; negotiates changes to the schedule or available resources when demand exceeds demonstrated or installed capacity with a focus on meeting Available-to-Promise (ATP) dates; considers different options such as overtime, adding a shift or headcount, etc. to increase capacity during periods of constraint.