#Job No. MC332.
Assistant Production Controller (Planning)
Circa £25,000 + Holidays + Pension + Role Training
Monday to Friday 07:30 to 16:00
Assistant Production Controller needed for a well-established furniture manufacturer with a long history in the area. This is a great chance for someone with experience of production planning to lead an industry leader who can offer a friendly work environment and long term career security.
To apply for this role you will have experience of production planning in ANY production environment. You must have experience of using Excel and candidates with experience using a MRP system such as SAGE will hold an advantage though this is NOT essential as full training can be provided.
The successful candidate will work closely with the Production Control Manager to manage all planning activities for production. This will involve creating purchase orders using SAGE to buy materials for production to be carried out at a timely manner. This will involve liaising with already set up suppliers to place orders and make sure they are delivered on time.
You will be based at the Macclesfield site however you will oversee the planning across four sites in total. You will be involved in additional activities such as stock taking to ensure the right amount of materials are on site and manage what needs to be ordered. The company have around 2000 skews you will work with however also manufacture one off products so you will also be involved in creating BOM’s to ensure the correct materials are being ordered.
This is a great opportunity for someone with production planning experience to join a well-established company with a 35 year history. They can offer a great work life balance and the opportunity to work in an open plan office in a friendly team.
* Purchase Orders
* Creating BOMs
* Liaising with suppliers
* Stock control
* Production planning experience in ANY production environment
* Confident using Excel
* Any experience of using an MRP system such as SAGE will hold an advantage though this is NOT essential