DELIVERY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR

  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Supply / Material
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Oakville, Ontario

Adecco is currently hiring for a DELIVERY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR in Oakville. To be considered for this DELIVERY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR role, you must have at least 1-3 years of experience in material planning and/or inventory control in a fast-paced, complex manufacturing environment. In this position, you will be reporting to the Supervisor of Material Planning and Master Scheduling.  As a delivery assurance coordinator, you will provide material planning, production planning, and inventory accuracy for OE and MRO manufacturing and assembly components in support of the landing gear manufacturing process. 
This is an 8-month contract 
has a pay rate $35.00/hour.

DELIVERY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR  RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  •  Management of all work order, purchase order and sales order documentation in support of on-time delivery and inventory accuracy; ensures and maintains the integrity of accompanying paperwork 
  • Maintenance of all current and valid work orders including appropriate demand dates and updates from Production Change Notices in conjunction with Production Planning 
  • Co-ordinate and monitor the movement of material and parts in relation to overall product progress; identify behind schedule programs and reports deviations to Operations Management; report overall performance of their product family against schedule when necessary 
  • Work closely with the shop planners and shop supervision to ensure machines are properly loaded and priorities are addressed. 
  •  Act as liaison with external suppliers or sister divisions and/or internal support groups such as Production Planning, Supply Chain, Quality Control, Shipping/Receiving and others for timely movement of manufacturing processes and materials 
  •  Issue pick slips, shipping memos and other documents as needed to support schedule or AOG requirements 
  • Review shortages, spares/transfer requests to match physical count to perpetual; review, correct and reconcile discrepancies 
  •  Manage inventory transactions including material issue, transfers between branch plants, R&O and Product Support, shipments on sales orders, receipts from work order closures and additional usage as reported on manual paperwork 
  • Manage on-time delivery to satisfy internal/external customer requirements 
  •  Communicate lead times, run quantities and safety stock levels to the Program Planner 
  • Compile and maintain manual or computerized records such as material inventory, in-process production reports and collect status and location of materials 
  • Implement and support all ACE initiatives pertaining to your responsibilities. 
  •  Other capacity management, expediting and analysis duties as assigned. 

DELIVERY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • University Degree in Business Administration, Operations or Industrial Engineering or other related fields of study. 
  • Successful completion of/ or pursuing APICS designation 
  • At least 1-3 years of experience in material planning and/or inventory control in a fast-paced, complex manufacturing environment 
  • Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office applications 
  • Demonstrated ERP experience (i.e. JD Edwards, Impressa, SAP) or proficiency is preferred 
  •  Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Demonstrated organizational skills with a team-orientation 
  • Successful candidate must meet all requirements under ITAR and CCGP 
  • UTAS competencies including Ethics, Integrity, Values and Trust 

If you are interested in this DELIVERY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR  job in Oakville, apply today.

 

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_026602_12104184

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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