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Senior SAP Operations Planning Analyst

Senior SAP Operations Planning Analyst:
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Requirements:


  • Bachelor Degree in Business, Industrial Engineering, Operations, Planning, Logistics, or very similar field

  • Professional experience with SAP ERP system in a manufacturing setting is REQUIRED

  • Experience as a Lead in key manufacturing projects on cross-discipline teams

  • 5+ years of experience with Order Scheduling, Production Planning, Inventory Management, Logistics and/or Manufacturing Management in a constraint-based flow management environment

  • Experience with Shop Floor Control Processes and Manufacturing Process Plans

  • APICS certified is highly preferred


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Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership to SAP Operations Planning Analysts by coaching, mentoring, and training

  • Lead the calculation, definition, and maintenance of planned work center through puts and capacity

  • Lead and coordinate cross-discipline support in resolving complex issues

  • Identify daily and weekly work center schedules to maintain material and order flow through the manufacturing process, communicate/finalize the schedules during the weekly manufacturing scheduling meetings

  • Review and assess the impacts caused by changes in the work center cost management rates and changes in the product mix scheduled on the work center capacity, address any constraints caused by these changes

  • Support material flow functions and the synchronous material and order flow through the manufacturing process by extensively utilizing the SAP ERP system

  • Identify and resolve short term capacity and material and order flow constraints that prevent the dependable scheduling and/or reliable shipment of orders


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Nesco Resource is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristics with respect to employment opportunities.
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