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DFKDN1-Methods Proc Analy 1
Ref No.: 17-00694
Location: Mesa, Arizona
Start Date / End Date: 03/31/2017 to 06/29/2017
DFKDN1-Methods Proc Analy 1 - D52-I.E. Process Speciality

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Job Description:Participates in the analysis of current and future business environment using established guidelines. Contributes to the forecast, acquisition, and utilization plans to optimize resources in support of company initiatives and program business plans under the guidance of an experienced analyst, assists in the development and maintenance of Business System factory definition to be used for manufacturing planning. Participates in the development of labor hour estimates for new or revised production and tooling work packages under the guidance of experienced analysts. Helps monitor performance to established labor hour estimates. Under the guidance of experienced analysts, interacts in the development of integrated tool and production master schedules. Is introduced to the use of tool and position plan/documents, tool downtimes, rate flow plans, #1 flows, and tool sequencing plans. Under the guidance of experienced analysts and through participation, gains knowledge of process improvement methodologies and tools used to maximize the efficiency of equipment and personnel and to support company improvement initiatives. Under guidance of experienced analyst, support efforts in the development of recovery plans including data gathering, visibility development, and monitoring status to plan. Supports more experienced analysts in negotiations representing Production and Tooling Operations to support schedule commitments or statement of work impacts. Under the guidance of more experienced analysts, develops, implements, maintains, and statuses basic integrated shop operating plans to maximize the efficiency of equipment and personnel and to reduce inventory and meet cost and schedule commitments. Assists more experienced analysts in gathering and analysis of shop performance metrics in order to support a recommend plan of action for Production and Tooling Management.

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Education / Experience:Bachelor's degree.