Production Coordinator

Orrville, OH
Full Time
Student (High School)

Position Summary

The primary purpose of the Production Coordinator will be to able: to plan detailed operations, bills of material and routings from engineering drawings, engineering orders, change notices, and other engineering releases, prepare shop work orders for materials and product processing from interplant requisitions, create manifest, invoices and billing, maintains progress reports, schedules, and other related records.

  Essential Job Functions

  • Reviews and releases interplant requisitions (IPRs) in Holtec software application
  • Creates sales orders in accounting/engineering software (Macola)
  • Releases pick ticket to the floor for shipping/billing
  • Creates shop floor work orders for interplant work in Macola
  • Updates cost code/labor software with shop floor work orders
  • Set up new accounts in Macola and EPICS and assists in performing credit checks
  • Enters and maintains information in the IPR project list
  • Reviews IPR list for open projects for billing
  • Files completed IPRs and other documents - hard copy and electronically
  • Interprets drawings for information input into various software applications
  • Creates bills of materials, routing, tooling and costing standards for new work
  • Updates any pricing changes in MACOLA
  • Creates work order in the extrusion software (EPICS)
  • Creates new items numbers in EPICS
  • Coordinates with purchasing to generate a material purchase order in EPICS
  • Processes manifest for extrusion in EPICS
  • Coordinates with corporate accounting to create invoices from pick tickets
  • Modifies or closes out orders in EPICs
  • Runs labor hours worked for various projects using Crystal Reports
  • Verifies quote, price, bills and sends invoice to customers for commercial orders
  • Checks with A/R for invoices and notify commercial customers of late payment
  • Reviews engineering documents for inspection, routing and material traceability accuracy
  • Assists plant and accounting during inventory
  • Investigates backflushing and costing errors with corporate accounting

General Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills
  • Knowledgeable with computer databases and various applications
  • Detail oriented and highly organized
  • Manage multiple projects and meet critical deadlines
  • Work with multiple levels of the organization
  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills in both verbal and written format
  • Complete work independently and assignments with little supervision

Minimum and Preferred Qualifications

  • High School or Equivalent Degree
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Knowledgeable with computer databases and various applications
  • Accounting and bills of material experience, preferred
  • Experience working with a manufacturing environment, preferred

Physical Requirements

  • General physical mobility required. Must be able to push, pull and reach, frequently bend sit, stoop, climb and stretch
  • Ability to sit at a workstation for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift 20 lbs
  • Have a normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate


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