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Master Prod Sched Analyst I

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation - Savannah, GA

Master Prod Sched Analyst I

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Savannah

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Unique Skills:

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Education and Experience Requirements:

Bachelors degree in industrial management or related curriculum; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. APICS certified preferred. Three (3) years of related experience with regard to Project Management Administration to include creating and maintaining schedules, statusing, forecasting, generating recovery plans, and analyzing flows.

Position Purpose:

Under moderate supervision, create and maintain a module of the Operations Master Schedule. Integrate GIV, GV, G650 Spares, Periodic Maintenance, Tool Conversions, ASCs, assist in the development Flight Test Modifications to support program certification, and other elements within the module.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Essential Functions: 1. Monitor the manufacturing floor and interface with the appropriate departmental managers to status, forecast and build recovery plans to the module as required. Additionally, support in the development and dissemination of the any recoveries schedules that are driven by engine and or wing supplier performance impacts. 2. Provide Variance Reporting for each line item in the module on a daily basis. 3. Analyze scheduling data for variability, cohesiveness, and adequacy. 4. Provide detailed information to the Mainframe Scheduling Database. 5. Maintain integrity of all related scheduling data of assigned module. 6. Participate in the redesign of the current scheduling processes to provide streamline schedule development through the elimination of non-value added elements. 7. Identify crew loading and budgetary requirements to integrate Cost and Schedule for Performance Measurement. 8. Respond to requests from Purchasing, Planning, Engineering, and Operations as necessary.

Additional Functions: 1. Perform other duties as assigned.

Other Requirements: 1. Excellent understanding and proficient use of Microsoft Project, Excel, PowerPoint and Word for Windows. 2. Proficient use of other scheduling programs, spreadsheets, word processors, databases, and CAD Systems desired. 3. General knowledge of aircraft processes and procedures relating to Engineering Design, Production and Budget. 4. Demonstrated knowledge of an MRP system desired. 5. Must be able to analyze schedule impacts to Manufacturing and Materials Departments. Provide logical resolution to schedule issues based on above-mentioned analyst. 6. Strong written and verbal communication skills and strong interpersonal skills required. Must be able to communicate with various levels of management. 7. Understanding of Resource Planning, Rough-Cut Capacity Planning, Detailed Capacity Planning, Crew Loading, Resource Leveling, and Cost Schedule Control Criteria.

Languages Required (in addition to English): [[cusLanguage]]

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Gulfstream does not provide work visa sponsorship for this position, unless the applicant is a currently sponsored Gulfstream employee.

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Master Prod Sched Analyst I Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation - Savannah, GA, United States

   

Location: Savannah, GA

Company Profile:
Roy Grumman, co-founder of Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation, proposed the development of a purpose-built business aircraft at World War II’s end. He envisioned leveraging the company’s expertise from building robust Grumman warplanes to create scaled-down airliners that could facilitate the post-war economic boom. Thirteen years later, Grumman introduced the Gulfstream I, an aircraft that revolutionized general aviation and positioned the company as an industry high-flyer charting a course for all others to follow.