We currently have a new contract opportunity available at our major motorsport client based in Oxfordshire. They are looking for a Production Controller on a 6-12 month contract to oversee all production activities and provide integral support to the Metallics department.|
- To control and coordinate the manufacture of Metallic Production components from release to manufacturing through until completion, to the agreed timescales.
- To engage and improve a finite capacity scheduling system and shopfloor data collection software for the Main Machine Shop, Fabrication, Inspection and Sub-Contract process and machining functions.
- To advise, forecast and report, in a timely fashion, where resource capacities are going to become overloaded and coordinate appropriate actions.
- To create manufacturing routes, including liaising with other people within the business to ensure effectiveness.
- To estimate (or where appropriate, liaise with other people within the business to obtain estimates) of operation time for manufacturing routes.
- Where necessary, communicate with both internal and external customers and suppliers to ensure timely and cost effective deliveries.
- To liaise with customers in respect of required by dates and quantities to ensure the most effective delivery performance for the business.
- To ensure that all scheduling for manufacture is kept up to date and that all relevant departments are kept informed of any changes.
- To ensure that all scheduling for manufacture is as effective as possible. This means not only working with Metallic Manufacturing Foremen, but also across upstream and downstream process owners.
- When necessary, procure, control and co ordinate outside Sub Contract or specialist resource.
The pay rate is approximately £15-16 PAYE or roughly £19-20 if you are operating through a LTD company.
- Keep scheduling and SFDC software up to date with effective routes and estimated times.
- Forecast where capacity constraints (or capacity opportunities) are and communicate and act upon potential shortfalls. Feed this information back to the Production Manager in an effective manner.
- Utilise tools such as resource scheduling software to provide accurate data to show the available capacity for the available production resources.
- Maintain Departmental Databases and produce necessary reports when required.
- Coordinate Procurement of Sub Contract work if necessary.
- Liaise and coordinate regularly with other Departments and fellow Production Controllers/Engineers that feed/are fed by Main Machine Shop, Fabrication Department, Inspection etc.) to ensure priorities are transparent.