Incumbents are fully qualified to execute job/role accountabilities working independently on most aspects of the job. Work is performed within established professional standards and practices. Tasks are moderately complex in nature where judgment is required to complete recurring assignments independently and to determine the best methods to follow to complete assignments. Erroneous decisions or failure to achieve results may have a negative impact on the division’s/department’s operations, schedules, and/or performance goals. Works under general Supervision. Situations not covered by standard processes, procedures and methods are referred to manager or expert resource. May demonstrate work methods to new employees. Builds internal and external relationships, with emphasis on those that facilitate the achievement of job/role accountabilities, such as relationships with key suppliers, customers and internal service.
Performs tasks such as, but not limited to, the following:
Plans, organizes, controls and executes a production schedule for a designated product or products including program coordination. Develops production schedules based on actual and forecasted customer demand, product demand profiles and knowledge of the customer. Analyzes inputs (e.g., capacity, board cycle times, urgency of request, material availability, etc.) to help determine schedule. Analyzes internal impact (e.g., line scheduling, procurement, logistics, shipping, etc.) of customer scheduling. Ensures quality and integrity of information used to generate materials requirements plan. Revises plans as required based on analysis of actuals versus plan. Manages issues associated with engineering changes to ensure minimal cost exposure, excess materials and risk to customer shipment. Participates in the introduction of new products and supports the transfer/de-transfer of existing products through planning and analyzing of common and unique materials in support of project deadlines. Communicates information on materials availability to support build plans throughout the product life cycle. Maintains knowledge of customer volume fluctuations and determines the materials required. Provides information to procurement on demand variances. Develops and communicates short- and long-term commitments to customers to ship products. Coordinates necessary resources to meet shipment commitments. Reviews and reports on aggregate levels of product inventory, inventory exposure, backlog, availability and on-time delivery. Develops recovery plans if missed shipments occur. Leads continuous improvement of planning processes. Facilitates development of processes and best practice models for outbound order fulfillment. Provides leadership and support to employees of NAOF. Makes decisions surrounding workload allocation and hiring practices. Provides expert role to other sites and other departments for North American Order Fulfillment models and practices. Provides training, guidance and may assign work to less experienced employees.
Basic knowledge of an electronic manufacturing environment, materials and processes.
Basic knowledge of production planning fundamentals, scheduling, materials requirements planning techniques and manufacturing control systems
Basic knowledge of purchasing principles, techniques and philosophies.
Knowledge of basic computer applications such as WORD, Excel, PowerPoint and multiple business applications.
Basic understanding of customer needs.
Good analytical and statistical skills.
Ability to plan strategically for the coordinated build and delivery of one or several products.
Ability to handle multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail and accuracy and working under tight time deadlines.
Ability to evaluate, prior
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