Production Scheduler

Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(2/9/2023 11:54 AM)
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The production scheduler is responsible for meeting customer shipment demands by preparing weekly and daily production schedules.

 This is a 40 hour a week position on daylight Monday through Friday.  Starting rate is $21.14/hour.



  • Coordinate product demands and shipments.
  • Weekly review of the MPS Workbench to assure MRP is planning to meet customer demand. 
  • Sequence production lines for efficient flow while meeting demand.
  • Prepare weekly and daily production schedules to ensure that customer demands are met. Review of customer changes and adjusting schedule accordingly. Release shop orders to the plant floor, review and record production results and revise the schedule as necessary.
  • Comply with all VITRO EHS policies and procedures and relevant governmental regulations. Use good safety judgment and awareness at all times.

What We Offer:

  • Starting rate $21.14/hr
  • Monday - Friday daylight schedule
  • 40 hours/week
  • Weekends and overtime may be required at times based on business need
  • Competitive benefits package to include medical, dental, vision, STD, life insurance, and 401k with company match
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Regular performance reviews with opportunities for growth and movement within company.
  • Guaranteed pay increases every 6 months for the first 3 years


Qualifications and Skills:

  • Must have adequate PC skills to be able to work with computerized systems.
  • Must be motivated, self-driven, and organized.
  • Must be willing to assist in other roles as called upon or needed.

Education / Experience:

  • Experience with production scheduling preferred.
  • Experience with automotive glass processes and products or manufacturing environments a plus
  • Courses in Supply Chain or Business a plus.




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