Scheduler Sr

The Master Scheduler is the focal point for coordinating supply chain plans / strategy. The scheduler coordinates the Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) process to ensure the master production schedule satisfies the business requirements. The scheduler develops and implements long-term supply chain strategies through a master production schedule that satisfies customer demand and maintains optimum resource utilization. The scheduler balances current and future customer demand requirements with manufacturing and supplier capabilities/capacities to ensure successful completion of customer requirements.
The Master Scheduler optimizes the scheduling system by coordinating updates of critical inputs to the ERP system, including such parameters as planning calendar, lead times, time fences, safety stocks, lot sizes, action messages, and other order modifiers. The Master Scheduler will foster, drive, promote, or participate in continual communications with manufacturing, sales, and supply chain teams. Inform all stakeholders of potential problems, opportunities and recommend alternatives related to forecasted and non-forecasted orders.
This position requires that the individual possess a strong understanding of procurement and planning process steps. Candidate will be expected to train and mentor junior level supply chain team members. This position relies on experience and judgment to organize, plan, and accomplish department objectives with a wide degree of creativity, continuous improvement approach, and latitude expected to fulfill a variety of duties.
The Master Scheduler will drive to connect analytic insights to decision and action. Scheduler will partner with stakeholders on the development and implementation of projects that improve overall scheduling and risk mitigation. Candidates will manage data and prepared reports as needed to facilitate and recommend actions to ensure optimal supply chain execution.

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