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Sr Material Production Control Specialist, Vancouver, Raytheon Technologies

Published 2022-06-25
Expires 2022-07-25
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Sr Material Production Control Specialist, Vancouver, Raytheon Technologies
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published June 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Sr material production control specialist


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Date Posted:
2022-04-01-07:00
Country:
United States of America
Location:
VA541: 22110 Pacific Blvd, Dulles 22110 Pacific Boulevard Building CC3, Sterling, VA, 20166-6913 USA
Job Description

Raytheon Intelligence and Space (RIS) is currently seeking a Senior Production and Planning Control Specialist. This individual will perform a variety of technical tasks in support of procurement and production programs. The qualified candidate will perform material procurement, support low level assembly production, as well as associated tasks outlined below. Occasional travel to customer operational locations is required ( ( 25%) in support of system installation activities.

Evaluate and coordinate material requirements to ensure a controlled flow of approved materials are received in line with production and customer requirements
Evaluate and provide status on assemblies in progress, material availability, and potential production problems
Solve potential production problems to ensure that personnel, equipment, materials, and services are provided as needed
Control and analyze multiple, highly complex Bill of Materials (BOM) in an MRP system
Confirm material supply demand, and prepare necessary work orders based on shop load and inventory requirements
Coordinate interdepartmental activity with Quality Assurance, Manufacturing, Purchasing, and Logistics
Schedule and expedite the movement of parts by means of move orders, stock transfers, and requests for shipping order
Responsible for material tracking from purchase order release to material receipt
Authorize work via assembly work orders, and ensure these are followed through to completion
Prepare purchase requests for the production or purchase of components or parts

An existing US Government Secret clearance is required for this position

Required Skills

Applied knowledge of the concepts and principles of Production and Planning Control fundamentals, including material requirements planning, inventory management, and master production scheduling
Experience with eProcurement tools, including SAP/PRISM for material procurement and material movement
Ability to utilize critical thinking and analysis skills to ensure detailed status is provided to the Program Management
Experience with Microsoft Excel including such functions as filters, V-Lookup and pivot tables
Ability to coordinate with various disciplines to accomplish tasking
 Basic Microsoft Office skills and ability to manipulate PDF files in Adobe Acrobat
Ability to work effectively in a fast paced team environment, in engineering lab, warehouse and office settings.
Flexibility to learn and take on alternate roles on programs based

Desired Skills

Experience and aptitude performing rack and cable installations and assembly work is a plus

Education requirements

Requires a Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, or similar field and 5 years of related work experience or 13 years of related work experience in lieu of a Bachelor’s Degree

Raytheon Technologies is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.

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