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Cargill Value Added Meats Foodservice is the preferred meat supplier to restaurant chains, healthcare facilities, colleges and universities, business and industry. Foodservice professionals throughout North America count on Cargill Value Added Meats for customer-focused meat solutions that blend culinary trends with labor-saving efficiency.
Cargill Value Added Meats (CVAM) Foodservice has an opportunity available for a
, located in
. This position is responsible for scheduling finished goods production, coordinating with raw material supply, and collaborating on Least Cost Formulation. On a daily basis, the Production Scheduler prepares production plans, coordinates finished goods transfers with our distribution department for fresh and frozen production, satisfies customer demand, and plans future production. The Production Scheduler will monitor the plan through completion, making changes based on customer demand, raw material availability, packaging availability, and production changes that may occur.
This position would also be responsible for basic analysis of sales data to refine safety stock levels and propose changes to demand data based on current trends. Additionally, this position will manage overall inventory levels and plans to meet business objectives and customer needs while reducing inventory carrying costs and distressed product.
This position will collaborate with packaging planners, raw material managers, and production facilities on a daily basis.
The Production Scheduler’s responsibilities would extend to working with each plant to ensure we are planning production in the most efficient manner possible, planning for possible downtime needs for repairs and holidays, and communicating best practices planning/scheduling/formulation processes.
Production planning and scheduling.
Problem solving supply issues (raw material issues, production shortages, and inventory management).
- Data analysis/S&OP support.
- Direct communication with operations, receiving, and shipping
2 years professional work experience in a planning, operations, inventory control, or scheduling
Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Excel (complex spreadsheets)
Experience in operations including grinding and formulation of protein products.
Experience Material Requirements Planning, Master Scheduling, Demand Planning
Experience with systems utilizing linear programming or blending models (i.e. sausage square)
Cargill is an EEO/AA employer.
Supply Chain Management
Cargill - 16 months ago
Cargill is a unique place you can grow your career, your experience and your abilities. Every day, we grow our reputation as a leading...