Production Control Manager

Donaldson Company, Inc. is a leading, worldwide provider of filtration systems and replacement parts.  Founded in 1915 and based in Bloomington, MN, Donaldson is a technology-led filtration Company.  Donaldson operates a network of approximately 140 sales, manufacturing and distribution locations in 44 countries across the world.   In this position, you will: Manage inventory levels including establishing goals, rotating stock, managing purchasing and supply base, and developing methods and procedures. Develop long-range planning initiatives for production control group, which include continuously evaluating the plant's needs, capacities, capital, expenses, etc. to meet growth goals. Establishe effective communication with various groups such as customers, sales offices, Corporate, and plan production departments to ensure on-time delivery of products and team support. Minimize interruptions to production schedules through effective parts and materials procurement practices. Assist in planning the operating budget for all areas of accountability. Provide training and development opportunities for members of the Production Control team as required to sharpen the team's performance skills presently and in the future. Work on maintaining and developing network system which allows access to the plant's manufacturing systems to streamline information, and generate reports. Candidates most successful in this role possess: Required Qualifications Bachelor's degree in relevant field Eight plus years of previous manufacturing/production control experience Experience setting strategic direction for a function and providing team leadership to accomplish functional objectives Ability to develop and manage a department budget Preferred Qualifications APICS/CPIM Certifications Applied knowledge of Lean and Six Sigma Knowledge of master scheduling, purchasing, inventory control, BOM and routings Experience supervising employees  Experience working with an MRP system 1801535
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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