Supply Chain & Logistics JobsProduction Control Scheduler

  • GJ50402
  • Permanent
  • Galway, Galway City

Collins McNicholas

Production Control Scheduler – Galway

Responsibilities:

  • Lends support to PCM for the facilitation of the daily cross functional backlog review meeting 
  • Daily attendee of the BL Meeting; learn process and execute real-time actions as required 
  • Examples include but not limited to email inquiry, inventory inquiry, version history research, etc. 
  • Schedule and reschedule orders per direction from BL management team via BL comments 
  • Place and remove holds per direction from the BL management team via BL comments 
  • Adjust ATP rules to ensure orders are consistently scheduled according to material levels and capacity  
  • Follow up on aging orders to ensure prompt disposition 
  • Work with production and pick & ship value streams on order escalation, prioritization and scheduling 

Requirements:  

  • Proficient in MS Office applications, in particular Word and Excel 
  • Experience with Oracle ERP programs required 
  • Familiarity with Agile PLM is preferred 
  • University degree preferred 
  • Quick learner with attention to detail 
  • Analytical thinker with the ability to multi-task 
  • Must have an innate desire for continuous improvement 
  • Ability to perform daily tasks without constant Management / Supervisory oversight 
  • Must be willing to frequently communicate and collaborate across functional boundaries 
  • Travel and fieldwork including international travel may be required; therefore employee must possess or can acquire a valid passport.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Noeleen Stewart.

noeleen.stewart@collinsmcnicholas.ie

091706712

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