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Planner Scheduler - All Levels

Date: Nov 30, 2018

Location: San Diego, CA, US, 92113

Company: National Steel and Shipbuilding Com

 

Shift:                         ALL

Security Clearance: No Clearance

 

 

SUMMARY

The Planner/Scheduler is a member of the planning team and is to develop and maintain production schedules.  The Planner/Scheduler will also develop and provide production reports/analysis to the management team.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES

  1. Assist in the preparation planning products for ships in the Repair Department.
    1. Production Schedules Development 35%

  • Milestones/Key Events
  • Activity Breakdowns

  • Interdependent Relationships (Work Sequence)

  • Assign Resources

  • Create and Maintain Baselines

  • Manpower Curves

  • Schedule Networks

  • Integration of Outside Contractors (Team Members) in Contracts That Incorporate a Teaming Arrangement.

  • Resolve moderate planning problems identified by appropriate personnel

 

     2 . Production Schedule Maintenance 35%

  • Collect and Process Work Progress

  • Up date schedule changes

  • Maintain Baselines

  • Publish Schedules Into Information Systems Through Uploads

  • Data Entry

     

  • 3. Develop Reports and Distribute to Applicable Customers 20%

  • Progress Report

  • Contract Status Report

  • Material Status Report

  • Cost and Schedule Performance Reports

  • Production Schedules

  • Manpower Loading Reports


B. Assists in the generation of production schedules to supports marketing and proposal efforts.  10%

 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School Graduate or equivalent.  A minimum six (6) months work experience in a shipyard, defense contractor or other construction environment required.  Knowledge of the ship repair process, planning, scheduling, and budgeting techniques.  The applicant must be a self-starter with the aptitude and willingness to learn.
  • One (1) or more years experience.

 

Actively participates in implementing and monitoring continuous improvement initiatives to improve safety, improve quality, reduce cycle time, and reduce costs. 

 

A. Knowledge of:

  • NAVSEA Standard Item 009-60 and how to apply it to a schedule.
  • Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual and how to apply it to a schedule.

  • Blueprint and composite drawing reading.

  • Fundamental build strategy concepts.

  • Ship repair and overhaul processes and procedures.

  • Planning, integrated schedule development, and labor distribution.

  • Computer applications related to production planning and control.

  • Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Outlook, MS Project, and Word)

  • Labor Management Systems (LMS) and MACPAC/D interface.

  • Cost, Schedule and Control Systems (CSCS).

  • Earned Value Management Concepts (EVM)

 

B. Skill and Experience in:

  • Development of experimental plans, sequence and schedules.
  • Planning process analysis directed toward improved department efficiency.
  • Conflict resolution between Engineering, Estimating, Production, and Support departments.

  • Use of Computer-based tools to generate comprehensive products.

  • Integration of Engineering, Material, Planning and Production requirements, and initiatives into an executable plan/schedule.

  • Performance trend, budget, and resource capacity analysis.

  • Excellent communication skills, including ability to produce complex material consisting of qualitative Information, rationales, conclusions, and recommendations for presented material.

  • Interpersonal working relationships with emphasis on cooperation and teamwork.

     

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Requires ability to physically commute to various locations in and out of the shipyard including but not limited to shipboard activities.  Must be capable of climbing ladders and transiting through manholes and other confined, congested spaces.  Physical dexterity must allow for bending and reaching.  Must maintain mental alertness and all safety requirements, particularly when transiting in production areas.  While performing the duties of this position, the employee is occasionally exposed to dust, welding/burning fumes, and smoke.  Must be able to spend up to 50% of time in an outdoor shipyard environment in all climates.  The noise level is usually low to moderate in office environments and moderate to noisy in production environments 70% of the time.  Production noise may include sirens, horns, chipping, and hammering

 

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS

Reports to the Manager, Repair Planning or Team Lead if assigned.  Interfaces with other Repair departments and various levels of supervision, management, Navy crew members, and government workers.

 

ACCOUNTABILITY

Responsible to the Department Manager for preparation, verification, and distribution of accurate and timely planning products, to ensure maximum award during award fee boards.  The Planner/Scheduler will be assessed in the following categories:  technical, general, administrative, attitude, approach to work, willingness, and ability to complete all the above.

 

General Dynamics NASSCO is an Equal Opportunity 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, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.

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