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Production Control Scheduler (Raptor Turbomachinery)
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PRODUCTION CONTROL SCHEDULER (RAPTOR TURBOMACHINERY)
- Responsible for communication of production status and progress reports to engineering and management; provide the required visibility to support daily management and problem solving with data describing system’s status
- Provide daily/weekly updates on ECDs and highlight upcoming risks
- Identify & validate critical path, run performance and health check metrics
- Own deliverables and schedule for all Raptor/BFR turbopump components
- Understand the dev, qual and hopper timelines and milestones.
- Translate the Raptor/BFR WOs to work center specific schedules, incorporates all dependencies, aligns to resource availability, by day/week/month
- Help provide data to aid in machine assignment and highlight overlaps or over-capacity situations
- Provide tactical and strategic long range scheduling expertise to our production teams
- Coordinate and review input from engineering, propulsion, avionics, manufacturing, suppliers, and business development to support and maintain master schedules for products using Microsoft Office or applicable software as required
- Work across all departments to understand critical work requests ahead and behind targets to mitigate schedule impact risks
- Work across all departments to ensure MRP dates align with current vehicle products
- Utilize our factory scheduler application and other applicable tools to ensure work is scheduled and prioritized accurately and efficiently, and resources allocated appropriately
- Ensure fixture, tooling, and test equipment requirements are properly scheduled to facilitate an efficient production process
- Support accuracy of internal logistics movement of critical work
- Push/pull work into the shop to improve lead times, reduce stagnation, and meet schedule needs
- Utilize production, operations planning, and engineering support to eliminate internal and external blockers to deliver product on time
- Remain abreast and knowledgeable regarding applicable facilities and manpower
- Lead efforts to uncover root-cause and develop permanent resolution on issues found during product builds as required
- Identify and support improvement opportunities for product yield, quality, safety, cost and team efficiency
- Develop and support efforts to streamline assigned products and automate production processes as applicable
- Organize and communicate the daily priorities to production coordinators, team leads and supervisors as required
- Provide daily visibility, weekly status, and monthly reviews on schedule performance
- Create and leverage metrics using queries and Excel to highlight shortages and determine schedule risks
- Bachelor’s degree or minimum of 4 years of manufacturing scheduling experience
PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Professional experience with manufacturing scheduling
- Experience with MS Office
- Experience with ERP/MRP systems in a production environment
- Familiarity with lean principles, six sigma and Kaizan concepts
- Project management professional certification
- Experience writing queries with SQL
- Ability to lift up to 25lbs
- Ability to work all shifts, hours and nights as needed
- To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) you must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Learn more about the ITAR here.
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SpaceX at a glance
SpaceX focuses on Manufacturing, Transportation, Aerospace, and Space Travel. Their company has offices in Washington, Hawthorne, Lompoc, McGregor, and Beale Air Force Base. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees. To date, SpaceX has raised $1.2B of funding; their latest round was closed on January 2015.
You can view their website at http://www.spacex.com