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Q Production Coordinator
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Q Production Coordinator
Q PRODUCTION COORDINATOR - GAYDON - £32,000 Are you an accomplished Production Coordinator who delivers on time? Do you have experience of working in a high volume logistics support role? If yes, my client - a prestigious car company - will want to see your CV! Please read on and apply below!
Job DescriptionJob Title: Q Production Coordinator
Location: Gaydon, West Midlands
Salary: £32,000 + benefits
My client, a prestigious car manufacturer, require a Production Coordinator to join their team on a permanent basis based on increasing level of orders. This role will create a focus for all logistics and assembly related processes to support the current volume and growth of Q build volumes.
Key Responsibilities & Tasks
o Ensure Q Cars are delivered to the customer on time by:
o Ensuring the Q car is allocated an appropriate slot in the production schedule
o Managing Q parts supply from prototype stores to lineside
o Updating and distributing weekly build sheet to align with TLS and parts availability
o Controlling the effects build shortage caused by internal sub-assembly issues
React to ongoing supply issues
Agree re-plan with relevant internal departments
o Communicating to all internal Assembly teams on Q build issues
o Agreeing and operating - an agreed dummy part and retro-fit process within Assembly Ops only
o Act as 'first contact' point for build concerns.
o Raising agreed PWR's / work requests for agreed Assembly Operations extended working.
o Reporting into Q build and Q feature meetings - operations update
o Reporting into Q control meeting on monthly capacity issues
o Attending daily assembly operations meetings
i) Outline the main Policies, Procedures, Schedules, Process, Manuals etc within which the job is required to operate.
The role has to fit within the current MP&L and Manufacturing procedures, whilst retaining the flexibility required for Q orders
ii) Identify any time constraints, timetables, deadlines etc. within which the job has to operate.
Daily - parts availability
Weekly - build schedule
Monthly build plan (Q) achievement.
iii) Describe typical problems/complexities in the job and the type/nature of decisions made or referred elsewhere and to whom.
- Capacity allocation of Q Cars compared to volume vehicles on T&F and in particular Paint for overcycle colours
- Parts availability issues impacting build to sequence requirements and therefore Plant efficiency
- Liaising with suppliers on availability of parts when their manufacturing issues arise
- On-going balance of standard assembly processes vs Q flexibility.
- Requirement to balance core assembly targets (launch / Sequence / RFT) with Q requirements
Qualifications & Experience
Degree / Tertiary education - business based
Secondary education with numerate basis
Worked in a production support role (1 year plus)
Worked in high volume logistics support role in Automotive
High level of MS Office competence (Excel in particular)
DCS - basic + skill level
Open / good communicator
Reliable / Punctual
Committed / enthusiastic
Team Player / Flexible
Match to normal assembly shift / work pattern is required
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