Nov 14, 2019
Job Summary The Planner Production Manager is responsible for managing the consolidation of subcontract entry activity with DI administrative activities to ensure a controlled flow of approved materials timed to meet delivery requirements via the use of the Maintenance Information System (MIS). Principal Accountabilities (Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract) Over sees production planning and management activities within the organization. Determines and develop production plan, budget and timelines according to production specifications. Develops strategies to include a clear, concise, and actionable Statements of Works (SOW). Manages higher-level subcontract relationships including meetings, communications and performance measurement. Manages program execution employing proven project management techniques and determines the estimates to completion. Ensures compliance with contractual obligations. Establishes metrics and customer scorecards to collect end-user feedback and identify areas requiring improvements or corrective action. Assists in production risk assessment and mitigation activities. Resolves problems concerning over-shipment, shortages, engineering changes and cancellations. Manages metrics to drive base contract and incentive payments for the program. Responsible for determining, monitoring, and recommending adjustments to the limits of capacity. Reviews manufacturing requirements generated by Engineering to determine necessary resources and timing requirements to support the master schedule. Manages, consolidates, and presents recommendations of adjustments to plans and schedules as necessary to meet contract requirements. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge & Skills Advanced knowledge of electrical, electronic, mechanical and associated systems of aircraft as applied to modifications. Proficiency in the following computer software: project management, database management, word processing and graphical software programs. Ability to understand technical language terms and writing skills. Able to obtain a security clearance if required for contract. Experience & Education Bachelor's degree in an associated discipline. Two (2) years experience in related field can be substituted for each year of the four (4) year's of college. Ten (10) year's experience in production planning and scheduling environment. Physical Requirements/Working Environment Normal working conditions. Travel Typically not required.
DynCorp International LLC Tacoma, WA, USA Full-Time