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PRODUCTION PLANNER RESUME

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PRODUCTION PLANNER RESUME SAMPLE


Work History (Professional Experience):

Job Title: Production planner, Company: New Line Inc
Worked From: (11/2010), To: (11/2017); Reason of Leave: Would be explained during the interview.

Roles and Responsibilities

My job duties were to:

1) Use various tools and knowledge of the manufacturing process to facilitate material availability material flow through the factory in order to support the plant shipment plan

2) Partner with Manufacturing, Purchasing and Quality to develop achievable work center schedules, prioritize if constraints are present and reschedule work as needed

3) Responsible to create, maintain communicate work center schedules

4) Manage production orders, starts/release, date changes, order splitting, shortages

5) Prioritize work at independent shared work centers

6) Identify risks to production plan, evaluating the impact resolving to remove risk

7) Drive to root cause of material shortages production misses, developing countermeasures

8) Maintain master data processes, lot size, lead time, scrap rate

9) Monitor innovation/development production

10) Document standard work

11) Participate in continuous improvement activities

12) Participate in Safety initiatives

CV / Resume Objective

Continue working - resuming my career - as production planner in an environment where I can express my experience.


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