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Production Scheduling Specialist

Worthington Industries/TWB Company is looking to hire a Production Scheduling Specialist. This role will coordinate the day-to-day production scheduling related activities for single or multiple Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) customers.
Responsibilities include:
Responsible for forecasting and tracking finished products being sent to customers along with the establishment of short and long-term steel requirements to meet customer varying production schedule.
Follows progress of production orders through the plant in accordance with production schedules and confirms whether production orders are completed and moved to next stage of production and delivery process.
Makes decision on and coordinates the expediting of internal and external product delivery as necessary to meet production schedules.
Assists, along with the appropriate sales manager, production set-up and process engineer, new program launch activities for integration and delivery.
Makes contact with customers for specific products and makes decision on how to rectify production issues that may arise.
Have a sound understanding of TWB processes relating to manufacturing, Quality Dept. and IS Dept.
Monitors outsourcing activities to established vendors.
Responsible for the coordination of production inventory to meet the needs of customers. Manages, along with the appropriate sales manager and process engineer, all customer-specific new program launch activities.
Qualifications:
High school graduate; associate's or bachelor's degree preferred.
Minimum of three years experience in customer service field and is from a manufacturing environment.
Ability to manage multiple tasks in a comprehensive and organized manner.
Ability to communicate ideas, develop documentation and provide adequate up-dates to all levels of the corporation.
Must be detail oriented and possesses a high level of related computer skills.
Must be physically able to freely access all areas of the plant and grounds.


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