Production Planner, Manufacturing Salary
The average salary for a Production Planner, Manufacturing is $54,514 per year. A skill in SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is associated with high pay for this job. People in this job generally don't have more than 20 years' experience.
Job Description for Production Planner, Manufacturing
A manufacturing production planner makes sure that each day's scheduled run of items occurs without incident. They order materials, as well as make sure the manufacturing area has adequate lighting and environmental conditions; for example, this may include making sure that the area stays at a particular temperature. The manufacturing production planner must make sure that all product are of high quality; if the items aren't of high enough quality, the planner must ensure they are properly disposed. The planner also keeps up with demand, forecasts other company needs, and ensures the company is ready to ship product at all times. They also conduct periodic checks of inventory.Read More...
This position typically requires a bachelor's degree in a related field and relevant experience. It may also require relevant technical certifications, such as American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) certification.
Production Planner, Manufacturing Tasks
- Organize and implement production work timelines and goals to ensure customer fulfillment and facility capability.
- Collaborate with purchasing to ensure timely material availability, and anticipate delays.
- Analyze and resolve scheduling issues that would cause production delays.
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