|Position is responsible for planning and monitoring the production and delivery of piece parts and sub assemblies for production, development and prototype programs. Coordinates and monitors progress against completion dates and takes appropriate action to ensure on time delivery to support engineering or customer requirements. He/She advises Manufacturing Management, Program Management and Engineering on current program status and problem areas on a regular basis.|
The incumbent must have the sound understanding of general material control systems as well as a detailed understanding of the computer based control systems used at Client . This includes the master schedule, requirements planning, inventory control, kitting and shop floor control. The incumbent must have the personal drive and human relations skills to cope with the conflicting objectives of maximum shipments and minimum inventories.
|Essential job functions:||Must be familiar with manufacturing operations as well as having an in depth knowledge of the problems peculiar to his/her programs. The incumbent is responsible for the entire program, from the time an order is received from a customer until it is shipped complete. This includes providing input for the setting up of bills of material, detail planning of all raw materials, parts fabrication, parts procurement and the assembly and test process.|
Plans, coordinates, schedules, and suggests changes to program plans, Provides delivery information to Master Scheduling based on lead time computations, Determines Engineering Order change effectivities and impacts on schedules, monitors flow of parts and initiates kit pulls to A&T, Prepares line of balance charts, Resolves own program plan problems independently, Coordinates with other departments to provide a workable production schedule and assist in correcting work center load imbalances, analyzes part requirements, orders, schedules reschedules and expedites assigned items, Provides part number data to information services (order policy, type, estimated usage, lead time) for assigned parts
|Education:||It is expected that the incumbent have a Bachelor's Degree in Business or Industrial Management with a minimum of two years experience as a Program Analyst. The equivalent would be an associate's degree with eight years of manufacturing experience. In all cases, two years as a Program Analyst is a minimum. APICS certification would replace two to three years of manufacturing experience as it would demonstrate that the necessary knowledge had been obtained.|