Planner Team Lead 8/31/2016
Parker Hannifin Corporation
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Org Marketing Statement
PARKER HANNIFIN Parker Hannifin is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. Parker employs approximately 55,000 people in 50 countries around the world with annual sales of approximately $13 billion in fiscal year 2015. PARKER AEROSPACE Parker Aerospace, an operating segment of Parker Hannifin Corporation, is one of the world s leading producers of flight control, hydraulic, fuel, inerting, fluid conveyance, thermal management, and engine systems and components for the aerospace industry. We design and build equipment for virtually every aircraft and aero engine being produced in the world today. In addition to game-changing technology, our customers look to us for shorter lead times, lower costs, higher reliability, and lifetime support. All coupled with the positive attitude and innovative thinking of a true business partner. Parker Aerospace provides unmatched performance for both our customers and shareholders, built on a foundation of integrity, innovation, and customer satisfaction. As a result, our business has seen consistent growth and, best of all, our team members share in Parker s success.
Responsible for team leadership, projects and resources of an operations area that includes more than one area of specialization or performs a centralized function. 1. Determines production priorities by studying master production schedule and customer requirements. 2. Acts as a primary customer contact for matters regarding production status, schedule changes, shipping information, and returned material. May adjust master schedule in response to customer feedback/requirements and manufacturing capacity. 3. Identifies variety of raw material and component requirements for production from engineering and production specifications and schedules of diverse or difficult scope and complexity. Ensures accurate item master file and bill of material. 4. Advises management of the status of work in progress, material availability, and potential production problems to ensure that personnel, equipment, materials, and services are provided as needed. Evaluates, recommends, and implements changes to the overall planning process consistent with continuous improvement goals. 5. Coordinates cross-functional activities with Quality Assurance, Manufacturing, Purchasing, Engineering, Inventory Control, Shipping/Receiving, and Contract Administration to ensure a smooth flow of materials through the production process and consistent information regarding status and priorities. 6. Evaluates materials supply and demands. Prepares work orders or purchase requests for the production or purchase of components or parts to support a master production schedule, shop load, and inventory requirements. Coordinates material movements between internal work and storage areas and/or outside processing or suppliers to ensure materials are available when needed. 7. Schedules and expedites the movement of parts by means of move orders and/or stock transfers to meet customer shipping dates and minimize inventory. 8. Applies continuous improvement techniques and methods to internal processes and systems. May lead or be assigned to a special project team. 9. Analyzes inventory usage, scrap, and shrinkage. Recommends and implements any appropriate actions to minimize loss, reduce inventory, and/or increase inventory turnover that would support inventory level objectives. 10. Analyzes proposed changes in methods, schedules, and materials. Recommends actions by analyzing and interpreting data and making comparative analyses. 11. Resolves problems concerning overshipments, shortages, engineering changes, and cancellation of orders. 12. Maintains configuration control on all open orders and appropriate data files as required by division policies and procedures. 13. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing technical or trade publications, establishing networks, and/or participating in professional associations. 14. Complies with federal, state, and aerospace industry regulations; ensures adherence to requirements and advises management on needed actions. Complies with policies and procedures in Government/Commercial Practices Manual (GPM/CPM). 15. May provide leadership to others in department. Acts as prime contact on high level projects. Establishes goals and objectives required to complete projects. Trains and mentors less experienced employees. 16. Shares specialized knowledge with others. Represents company on high-level projects. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Work assignments may include cross-functional or project team responsibilities (e.g. continuous improvement). Functional areas within operations include: Manufacturing Operations: Assembly and Test; Inspection; Tool Engineering; Machining; Tool and Die; Industrial Engineering; Manufacturing Engineering. Operations Support: Provisioning; Materials and Production Planning and Control; Purchasing and Subcontract Administration; Inventory and Distribution; Facilities and Maintenance. Quality: Quality Assurance; Quality Reliability. Scope/Supervision and Interaction: Develops plans and schedules for team(s) to ensure achievement of goals covering an extended period of time. Coordinates activities and provides leadership to team members assigned to a major manufacturing area or an operations area (e.g. quality assurance, purchasing); ensures integration with related teams or interdependent functions. Organizes the structure of the team(s) and may redirect the objectives of the team, or other team leaders, to meet changing demands and customer requirements. Essential Functions: Recommends and implements systems and/or process controls for efficient operations, quality and productivity through continuous process improvement and establishing and communicating performance measures and results. Relates effectively to people at many levels in the organization including external contacts with customers, suppliers, and government agencies. Functional areas within operations include: Manufacturing Operations: Assembly and Test; Inspection; Tool Engineering; Machining; Tool and Die; Industrial Engineering; Manufacturing Engineering. Operations Support: Provisioning; Materials and Production Planning and Control; Purchasing and Subcontract Administration; Inventory and Distribution; Facilities and Maintenance. Quality: Quality Assurance; Quality Reliability.
-B.A./B.S. degree in a related technical or business discipline or equivalent, professional level experience of six or more years and demonstrated ability to perform the described role and responsibilities and obtain the desired results. Certification or a professional designation in a specialty area (e.g. APICS) may be required or preferred depending on position requirements. Must have demonstrated leadership, communication and organization skills. -Proven competency in a team leader role for two or more years preferred, and/or demonstrated leadership of major projects or programs in a team environment. -Thorough knowledge of products, manufacturing processes and technology, information systems, and/or specialty areas, and general business practices. -Demonstrated teamwork and team building skills in producing results and meeting organizational objectives. Capable of assessing and developing individual and team skills and capabilities. Able to create and maintain enthusiasm for new and challenging goals. Serve as a role model by promoting new ideas and positive change. Thorough knowledge of manufacturing resources planning theories, principles, and industry practices. Thorough knowledge of manufacturing resource planning systems, business application software, and interface operations. Ability t