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Client is a leader in the design and manufacture of conventional and intermodal transportation equipment (truck trailers) in the United States. It offers grain haulers, vans, domestic containers, container chassis, platform trailers, converter dollies, flatbeds and parts for sale in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company was founded in 1961, is privately owned and growing quickly. They have 7 plants in Wisconsin and have approximately 900 non union employees.

The Master Scheduler reports to the VP of Manufacturing
and is responsible for 1) Reconciling the interests of sales, engineering, and manufacturing into a reasonable and attainable master production schedule which will drive all production and related activities of the company 2) Estimating long-term demands of material, requirements and production capacity ad 3) Building a master production schedule based on firm customer orders and forecast using planning BOM’s and production plan.
This position is responsible for production over five plants.

Essential Functions:
Essential Functions% of TimeBuild a master production schedule based on firm customer orders and forecast using planning BOM’s and production plan.30%Maintain the Master Production Schedule.20%Define and manage the manpower plan. Load and maintain (MRP) in keeping with Time Fence Policies and run MRP.10%Release, maintain, and modify end item work orders, after-market, engineering test and prototypes.5%Maintain and distribute final assembly schedules.5% Run production meetings Support floor by directing their work efforts Perform all assigned tasks in a safe, efficient, timely, and accurate and highly productive manner according to company policy.
100% Contribute to the team effort to produce a quality product100% Attend scheduled work hours on a regular and timely basis. Maintain good attendance.100% Comply with all company policies and procedures.100%
Additional Responsibilities:
Additional Functions% of TimeProcess sales orders.
Review for material and labor content, and schedule.5%Process supplements.5%Maintain “TA” job files and serial masters.5%Maintain MRP calendar and forecasts.5%Generate and distribute available to promise and dealer completion list.5%Measure performance against final assembly schedule and prepare data for reviews.5%Work and communicate in a team environment.100%Other duties may be assigned as required by the Company.100%
Education, Knowledge and Skill:

Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.
5 – 10 years experience in a manufacturing environment.
Experience with purchasing, expediting, MRP/ERP systems, quality/continuous improvement initiatives, manufacturing safety practices and MS Office application
Understanding of materials and lead times.
Understanding of MRP- what it does and how to use it.
Understanding of company goals- both short-term and long-term.
Understanding of capacity planning and resource planning.
Understanding of all facets of the company and the product it builds.
Self motivated, good facilitator, organized, strong communicator.

Impact on Organization Success:
Extremely high impact on nearly all aspects of the company.
This position determines what can and will be produced, at what rates and when, as well as short-term and long-term planning of capacities.
Provides information to all areas and functions of the company for future needs of materials and resources several months ahead for planning purposes.

About Helffrich International:

~~Client owns and operates the nation's fifth largest crude oil refinery. This 425 MBPD crude capacity complex with 1060 employees has 4 atmospheric distillation towers, 3 vacuum distillation towers, 2 Delayed Cokers, 3 Fluid Cat Crackers, 3 naphtha Reformers, a Hydrocracker, and several other state-of-the-art processes.

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