Plans and establishes production schedules on a weekly basis to meet customer demands for new or existing programs. Develops production schedules in accordance with sales forecast, plant and employee capacity, and new business opportunities.
Determines, monitors, and reviews manpower requirements. Analyzes effects of projects upon various areas such as Engineering, Facilities, and the labor pool to determine the most practical and cost-efficient methods to obtain the required resources. Formulates and recommends corrective action measures such as schedule revisions, manpower adjustments and work requirements.
Must have a strong understanding of the production process and be able to generate and maintain effective daily and weekly schedules.
Typical Education & Experience
Bachelor's Degree and 5 years work experience or equivalent experience
Required Skills and Education
- Associate's degree and 2 + years experience in Scheduling; OR 5 + years experience in Planning
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel.
- 2+ years experience working with ERP Systems such as Oracle, Peoplesoft, SAP OR MAPICS.
3+ Years of Experience with MAPICS ERP systems
About BAE Systems Platforms & Services
BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. With headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, this Platform and Services Group of BAE Systems employs nearly 11,000 professionals at more than 30 locations worldwide. Platform and Services is a global leader in the design, development, production, and service support of armored combat vehicles, major and minor caliber naval guns and missile launchers, canisters, artillery systems, and intelligent munitions. People are the greatest asset in any Company. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression
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