Materials and Production Planner – Bloomfield, CT
Reporting to plant or production manager, the Materials Planner is responsible for managing the inventory levels, schedules and availability of selected manufactured or purchased items. In an MRP system, this individual will be responsible for reviewing and acting on order release, action and exception messages from the system.
Act as the primary contact for sales, engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, and logistics, to identify resource constraints and develop plans to meet customer requirements and resolve resource constraints.
Review customer requirements, bills of material and inventory via a computerized MRP system to develop material and melt room schedules.
Evaluate and manage scrap to minimize the purchase of precious metal and the reduction of inventory levels. Determine raw material requirements of precious metal purchases.
Create shop orders and purchase requisitions for material requirements in conjunction with schedules and secondary operations planning.
Follow up on all work in process to ensure conformance to set schedules, proper material movement and adjust for changes in capacity and/or customer requirements.
Responsible for material control functions, including receiving, WIP, and inventory control.
Serve as back-up to the secondary operations planner.
Serve as back up to the shipping, receiving supervisor and alloy technician.
Adhere to and enforce quality policy and work instructions.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Minimum 5 years of supervisory experience in a manufacturing, production planning and material control function.
Extensive, demonstrated hands-on experience with computerized production planning and materials planning systems.
Strong working knowledge of Excel.
Strong persuasive and presentation skills required.
Solid understanding of the manufacturing process.
For all positions at the Bloomfield Connecticut facility contact:
353 Woodland Ave
Bloomfleld, CT 06002
Presently, all positions at Deringer Ney, Inc. require access to information or technology that is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and/or other US government security regulations. These regulations do not permit access rights to non-US citizens or to other unauthorized individuals. Therefore, all applicants must be US Citizens or US Permanent Residents ("green card holders") to be considered for a position.