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Manufacturing Engineering Scheduler

Australia, Western Australia, Western Australia
Last update 2024-04-18
Expires 2024-04-17
ID #2101203588
Free
Manufacturing Engineering Scheduler
Australia, Western Australia, Western Australia,
Modified April 4, 2024

Description

Other (Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics) Naval Vessels Lurssen (N V L) is a global leader in designing and building ships of the highest quality for demanding customers all over the world.

For more than 140 years we have earned the experience and expertise required to create vessels that meet virtually any set of individual wishes and different demands.

The legendary quality of Lurssen stands for satisfied customers and ships that can be completely relied on in any situation.

We are a fourth generation family owned business and we are very proud of our history and reputation in the market.

Luerssen Australia was established in 2018 to commence construction of 12 Offshore Patrol Vessels for the Royal Australian Navy over a 12 year period.

We work closely with our customer and stakeholders to deliver excellence in service.

The Role The purpose of this position is to produce critical path resource loaded ME production schedules integrated with Luerssen's production schedule and with thjose of various Departments and Subcontractors.

The ME Scheduler will also develop and provide production reports to the management team.

The ME Scheduler will build, maintain and report on comprehensive long-, mid-, and short-term plans and schedules on a yearly, bi-weekly, and weekly basis to support decision-making processes, wil support the work prearation team and apply problem-solving skills to enhance productivity for the sites.

This position will liaise with and partner with other Planners and Schedulers in Production Support and with the ME Planner in mechanical Engineering.

As part of continual improvement this role shall apply lean methodologies and problem-solving techniques to contribute to continuous improvements on the integrated project controls processes and systems in a manner that supports Luerssen Australia's internal requirements as well as those of their contracts.

Employee Benefits Mandatory 9 Day Fortnight roster Three days additional paid annual leave to use during the Christmas shutdown period Funded Christmas function Study assistance Wellness activities Novated leasing Free parking Responsibilities Support the conduct of joint, multi-discipline design reviews and the development of key outputs: detailed production schedule, sequencing of subcontractor activities, breakdown of work packages into work orders, development of design schedule.

Support the detailed monitoring, reporting and analysis of production progress and costs and inform the Contract Master Schedule; development of action plans as required.

Support integration of detailed schedules from subcontractors and internal stakeholders into a project detail schedule.

Support the conduct of re-planning and prioritisation analysis as required.

Validate subcontractor data to ensure project performance data is accurate.

Work closely with the supporting teams from other states and Germany to ensure production occurs in accordance to the Luerssen Build Philosophy.

Support subcontractors and internal stakeholders to deliver against the baseline schedule.

Review changes for impact assessments against schedules and manage outcomes, for e.g.

costs, engineering change, technical queries etc.

Work closely with the interstate teams to ensure lessons learned are implemented and to ensure consistency and efficiency in the Planning and Work Preparation activities based on the L?rssen Build Philosophy.

Provide support to other functions as required.

Develop Program Reports for internal review.

Perform other tasks as assigned by the Head of Flow Production.

Requirements An engineering or technology qualification relevant to Shipbuilding.

Academic or industry qualifications in Production Planning or Project Management e.g.

Cert III or greater in Production Planning; Cert IV or greater in Project Management, CPIM, PMP, APICS, IBF.

5 or more years of experience in a shipbuilding or other heavy manufacturing industry, including 2+ years in a technical planning role - essential Sound knowledge of shipyard processes and the dependencies in shipbuilding including hot and cold outfitting works.

Experience working with technical drawings, bill of materials, work packs and their structure.

Sound understanding of project schedule and management principles, tools and techniques.

Demonstrated experience in management of subcontractors.

Prior experience in Defence or shipbuilding industry would be an advantage.

Advanced MS Excel skills and conversant with other Microsoft Office Applications and ERP / PLM systems Experience in the use of 3 D visualisation software.

Demonstrated intermediate to advanced use of production planning or project management software.

Highly developed skills in analysing, planning, and monitoring plans and schedules.

Exposure to Earned Value Management principles.

Ability to review design information, schematics or ship specifications to ensure scope is addressed.

Ability to analyse and manage complex issues Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills How to Apply To be considered for this role, please click the 'Apply for this job' link and upload your resume and a cover letter explaining why you'd be perfect for this role.

You will be contacted directly if we wish to progress you to shortlisting.

For further company information please visit: www.luerssen.com.au and www.luerssen.de/en/ Luerssen Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we welcome applications from Australian Defence Force Veterans.

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Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Manufacturing engineering scheduler

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