Profession machinery assembly coordinator
Machinery assembly coordinators prepare and plan the manufacturing of machinery. They monitor the entire production process and ensure that individual assemblies and resources are provided on time.
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- Conventional / Enterprising
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- Plan manufacturing processes
Determine and schedule production and assembly steps. Plan manpower and equipment needs taking ergonomic considerations into account.
- Oversee production requirements
Oversee production processes and prepare all the resources needed to maintain an efficient and continuous flow of production.
- Communicate production plan
Communicates production plan to all levels in a way that targets, processes, and requirements are clear. Ensures that information is passed to everyone involved in the process assuming their responsibility for overall success.
- Coordinate operational activities
Synchronise activities and responsibilities of the operational staff to ensure that the resources of an organisation are used most efficiently in pursuit of the specified objectives.
- Report on production results
Report on production to the hierarchy. Mention a specified set of parameters, such as amount produced and timing, and any issues or unexpected occurrences.
- Manage work
Supervise, instruct and plan work for teams or individual members of the team. Set up time schedules and make sure they are followed.
- Manage resources
Manage personnel, machinery and equipment in order to optimise production results, in accordance with the policies and plans of the company.
- Liaise with managers
Liaise with managers of other departments ensuring effective service and communication, i.e. sales, planning, purchasing, trading, distribution and technical.
- Create solutions to problems
Solve problems which arise in planning, prioritising, organising, directing/facilitating action and evaluating performance. Use systematic processes of collecting, analysing, and synthesising information to evaluate current practice and generate new understandings about practice.
- Analyse production processes for improvement
Analyse production processes leading toward improvement. Analyse in order to reduce production losses and overall manufacturing costs.