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Production Scheduler LSW


  • Update each press completely, and supply new schedules

  • Attend and Update Minutes for Teir 2 Meeting (Production Meeting)

  • Go into CO05, SAP, check for outstanding orders, by ship date, press, size, then release if needed, scan to SSR, change to proper press if needed, then scan to SSR., and schedule according to press. This also includes inserts, less than leadtime requests from SSR's. if needed, all is by email request by SSR and my response.

  • Leave an evening update for the plans for the next day, regarding which presses as running and any other important floor info needed. Goes to all in facility.

  • Work closely with all departments when needed for changes or anything that may come up which may not be planned, ie. Press issues when we need to bring a press down for needed work.


  • Run a zm74 - rollstock report about 3 times a week or more if needed, speak weekly with David Newman if we have r.s. concerns.

  • This can take place more than every other week. Specialty cycles items have specifice dates to be entered by SSR's. Each year in Nov. I set up a cycle date for a number of sizes on submission dates and ship dates. It is extremely critical to make sure pts,qts, are all in color rotation. Each schedule should be done this way. It eliminates unnecessary down time for ink unit clean out.

  • Use the Master pm schedule + non pm days to figure out what presses need to run, which can come up/down at different times and meet with maintenance, tool/die for their input. Then I send out our plan for the week of which presses to run, pm/downtime to everyone on CHINO


  • Work with maintenace, tool/die, prod. Mgr, outside vendors, facility vendors when ever we need to figure up a slot for a variety of annual needs. IE - Annual EHS maintenance, install of parts, our other facilities coming in , this is normally anywhere from 1-5 days where i finagle presses to accommodate those that need the work. It gets into more detail then mentioned. This is just an overview.

  • Complete at least 4 SBO's

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