Albuquerque, NM, United States
Jul 29, 2020
We are seeking a Production Planning Control Specialist to join our dynamic team.
On any given day, you may be called on to:
Work with various production operations and product development organizations to develop execute material requirements planning activities to support new product development builds, internal production builds and external customer delivery schedules
Use material requirements' planning (MRP) tools and techniques
Supervise planned/open orders, release planned order to procurement, establish/manage stock levels, ensure accuracy of MRP planning parameter (lead-times, etc.), forecast material demand, execute what-if analysis
Supervise, communicate, and report to management the status of commercial devices; proactively identify issues that have the potential to impact the production build plan or the product development schedules, and work with appropriate personnel to mitigate risk and implement recovery plans as required
Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline plus 5 years experience; or a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline and 1 year of experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience using databases.
Experience in data analysis, interpretation, and reporting.
Able to acquire & maintain DOE Q-level security clearance
Demonstrated expertise in Microsoft Excel and Access.
Experience working in manufacturing environment with knowledge of industry standard Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP) system and related business practices.
Understanding of Lean Six Sigma concepts, methods, and tools (standard work processes, etc.) and experience in the application of the tools toward continuous improvement.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and ability to work effectively in diverse team environments.
Demonstrated leadership and/or project management skills.
Experience working with DoD, DOE, or other highly regulated manufacturing operation.
Certified in APICS professional certification programs (Production and Inventory Management, Integrated Resource Management, or Supply Chain Professional).
The Hi-Reliability Commercial Parts Program & Integration Department 2642 has an immediate opening for a Production Planning Control Specialist to monitor and facilitate the progress of commercial parts into Major Component Bill of Materials (BOMs) into management and tracking tools, as they move through a multi-step process that qualifies them for use in nuclear weapons (NWs) and other applications. The successful candidate will track the status of parts, and changes, in BOMs using a variety of tracking tools; analyze the data; and team with the manager, engineers, KCNSC partners, and customers to help set priorities and identify opportunities for characterization activities. The successful candidate also will be responsible for updating and maintaining a database to capture changes. Our department has a portfolio that covers diverse opportunities across Sandia’s Nuclear Deterrence mission and various Strategic Partnership Programs supporting work across the U.S. government. We interface between ND programs, COTS Component Engineers, and software engineers to provide value to our customers. We provide opportunities for leadership, travel, training, mentorship and collaboration across the laboratory.
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