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Production Planner

Job Type
Permanent
Location
Yateley, Hampshire
Salary
£30000 - £35000 per annum
Job Ref
BBBH144680_1719838609
Date Added
July 1st, 2024

Materials and Production Planner - UK Eyes Only
Due to the nature of the company, all applicants must have a UK passport


My client designs and manufactures environmental monitoring technology to make the world safer, cleaner and smarter

They are looking for a production planner engineer to join their team on a permanent basis.

Your responsibilities:

  • Running MRP on a daily basis
  • Reviewing MRP messages for work order action (i.e. create new work order, expedite, defer, cancel existing work orders according to MRP messages).
  • Maintaining static MRP data (lead-times, costs, economic batch sizes, work centres, locations)
  • Maintaining, reviewing and printing work orders
  • Creating/collating work order document packs for live work orders
  • Checking and adjusting work order start and finish dates to meet required sales order delivery schedule or internal engineering orders.
  • Verifying all work order transactions have been completed correctly upon job completion including booking of labour time, issue of materials and build quantities.
  • Adding/adjusting material/labour work order allocations as required.
  • Collating and updating standard operational times for made in house items.
  • Booking completed work orders into stock as required.
  • Running work order shortage reports and working with purchasing to relieve shortages.
  • Managing the internal Stock Build Sales Order - anticipating and loading future stock builds and adjusting existing stock builds as required.
  • Assisting with the planning and administration and shipping of RMA or rework work orders as required.
  • Scanning and filing work order documentation.


The ideal candidate will have the following skills, knowledge and experience:

  • Demonstrate a sound & comprehensive knowledge of fundamental engineering theories, aptitude for design & ability to problem solve.
  • Can show evidence of having produced component & assembly drawings to a recognised standard.
  • Producing & reading standard engineering drawings and ability to interpret engineering drawings
  • Attention to detail: tolerances, safety factors, component specifications, materials selection, testing, build standard control
  • Ability to communicate through out the company at all levels

Due to the nature of the business, all candidates must be full UK citizens.

If you are interested in the role and want some more information, please contact Jemma at
jemma.carter @ carbon60global.com or apply now.

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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