- Identify work orders due for release, confirm
those that these can be released based on available manufacturing capacity,
and identify any that have material shortages. Sequence the release of work
orders in line with constraints. Where shortages are re-occurring, facilitate
a review of the each part to identify root cause and corrective action.
- Monitor the load at key work centres and give
advance warning of potential slippage of the production plan due to failure
to meet the production plan within manufacturing
- Use ERP reports and daily supply reviews, to
determine revised release dates for any work orders that cannot be released
in accordance with the production plan. Update the ERP system with revised
release and completion date where necessary, ensuring that date alignment is
maintained through the BOM levels.
- Review completed work orders daily, identify
any that are did not close correctly. Facilitate the action required for work
order close to be achieved. Manually close orders if necessary. Monitor open
work orders and review any without activity and action as necessary.
- Daily review of action messages, investigate
the reason for the action message, when the reason has been identified,
determine ability to support the message request, and amend due dates where
appropriate. Ensure and date change
details are reflected in the top level production plan to maintain alignment
through the ERP system.
- Review the production plan over a rolling four
– eight week period, and ensure that this is achievable based on hours
required against hours available. Where necessary, amend the production plan
so that it can be achieved.
- Attend Tier 1 and 2 meetings as required to
communicate the status of the production plan and receive feedback from
supply chain partners. Ensure that production plans are maintained in line
with the latest data available.
- Monitor the ongoing production capacity
requirement against available capacity, and highlight areas of concern, where
the plan requirement would exceed known capacity.
- Carry out necessary transactions to complete
inter-site transfers and to facilitate the shipping process.
- Processing and management of Internal Demand Orders
working with Program and Engineering Teams.
Familiar With MRP Systems And The Application Of These In a Manufacturing Environment Along With The Following
Production planning and management
Excel at an advanced level
Working toward APICS qualifications,
Complete the Eaton university supply chain modules
HNC / HND Engineering or business related Degree or 5 years + experience in a similar planning environment
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Job: Supply Chain / Logistics
Region: Europe, Middle East, Africa
Organization: AER FMC Fuel Motion Control Systems
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Is remote work (i.e. working from home or another Eaton facility) allowed for this position?: No
Does this position offer relocation?: No
Requisition ID: 067887