Summary of responsibilities:
1. Coordinate and expedite the flow of work and materials within or between departments of an establishment according to production schedule. Duties include reviewing and distributing production, work, and shipment schedules; conferring with department supervisors to determine progress of work and completion dates; and compiling reports on progress of work, inventory levels, costs, and production problems
2. Examine existing procedures or opportunities for streamlining activities to meet product distribution needs. Direct the movement, storage, or processing of inventory
3. focusing on Long-term perspective, develop the Middle-term Results & Design the Short-term plans
4. By focus on achieving business results. By focusing on improving customer satisfaction, beating the competition and analyzing market data, ensure long-term success and profitability. Ensure that their project’s goals align with the company’s strategic mission and objectives.
5. Strategic Performance Management: The Planning Director is also responsible for the management and development of the business’s KPI infrastructure in order to facilitate analysis and reporting of performance against plans and budgets as well as strategic objectives. The Planning Director manages the development of weekly/quarterly/annual performance reports for the business’s leaders as well as facilitating cross-functional performance reviews for this leadership.
6. Strategic Planning: The Planning Director is responsible for the development of a decentralized activity planning process and ensuring its adoption across the businesses. He manages the development of corporate plans and budgets by playing a lead role in all the planning and budgeting activities performed by the business. In this position, the Planning Director establishes and reviews key strategic priorities and translates them into actionable and quantitative plans.
1. Distribute production schedules.
2. Expert in Time & Work study
3. Review documents, such as production schedules, work orders, or staffing tables, to determine personnel or materials requirements or material priorities
4. Requisition and maintain inventories of materials or supplies necessary to meet production demands.
5. Arrange for delivery, assembly, or distribution of supplies or parts to expedite flow of materials and meet production schedules.
6. Confer with department supervisors or other personnel to assess progress and discuss needed changes.
7. Revise production schedules when required due to design changes, labor or material shortages, backlogs, or other interruptions, collaborating with management, marketing, sales, production, or engineering.
8. Confer with establishment personnel, vendors, or customers to coordinate production or shipping activities and to resolve complaints or eliminate delays.
9. Examine documents, materials, or products and monitor work processes to assess completeness, accuracy, and conformance to standards and specifications.
10. Record production data, including volume produced, consumption of raw materials, or quality control measures.
11. Calculate figures, such as required amounts of labor or materials, manufacturing costs, or wages, using pricing schedules, adding machines, calculators, or computers.
12. Compile information, such as production rates and progress, materials inventories, materials used, or customer information, so that status reports can be completed.
13. Compile and prepare documentation related to production sequences, transportation, personnel schedules, or purchase, maintenance, or repair orders.
14. Contact suppliers to verify shipment details.
15. Plan production commitments or timetables for business units, specific programs, or jobs, using sales forecasts.
16. Establish and prepare product construction directions and locations and information on required tools, materials, equipment, and numbers of workers needed, and cost projections.
17. Provide documentation and information to account for delays, difficulties, or changes to cost estimates
18. Familiar to Enterprise resource planning ERP & Full Support of Material Management & Planning production
19. Define performance metrics for measurement, comparison, or evaluation of supply chain factors, such as product cost or quality.
20. Monitor forecasts and quotas to identify changes and predict effects on supply chain activities.
21. Forecast material costs or develop standard cost lists
22. Strategic Risk Management
23. Strategic Planning