Job Openings Production Planning Analyst

About the job Production Planning Analyst

This position will assist and support the Production Manager in planning and scheduling of Tractor and Implement Assembly operations. Duties will include inventory management, facility layout and work order management

Position Duties and Responsibilities

Production Planning. Uses Business Manager communications, sales data and inventory availability data to plan and schedule the assembly of tractors and implements for the regional warehouse locations. Using the Whole Goods Ordering System and Whole goods Assembly System to create daily work orders of units to be assembled. Monitors and manages inventory to insure first in first out (FIFO) of tractor and implement inventory. Work with the Production Manager and Safety Coordinator to facilitate continuous improvement of the storage and assembly areas to increase productivity.

Teamwork and Collaboration. Actively engages in team meetings, and provides timely feedback to team regarding work topics. Understands organizational mesh points and potential synergies. Integrates team efforts across work team. Understands available resources, and utilizes those resources when appropriate.

Leadership. Acts with integrity. Treats others with dignity and respect. Models behavior that is consistent with LS Tractors Values. Delivers on commitments and deadlines.

Communication. Effectively communicates with team members. Demonstrates sound oral and written communication skills. Communicates effectively and professionally to both internal and external parties. Executes effective customer communication and relationship building techniques.

Minimum Requirements:

Education and Experience Required

  • Four-year degree in logistics, production planning or operations.
  • 1 to 3 years of experience planning and scheduling in a manufacturing environment.
  • Demonstrated experience in planning production activity and inventory flow.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Required

  • Advanced computer skills using Microsoft products, particularly Excel. SAP experience is preferred, but not required.
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions in a fast-paced environment with rapidly changing priorities.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Fluency in the Korean language is preferred, but not required.