Production Coordinator

Acheson, AB, Canada

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

As a team member of the manufacturing shop, the Production Coordinator serves as a liaison between operations and manufacturing to ensure a smooth flow of work between departments. This position works directly with operations in scheduling production to correlate with project and customer deadlines, tracking materials through the manufacturing process and monitoring plant efficiency.

Requirements

DUTIES:

  • Provide input to plan and schedule resources including man power and materials

  • Review and create job packages for all work orders including required drawings, product labels and material tracking documentation

  • Schedule and monitor work orders through production to ensure deadlines are met

  • Report to operations on an ongoing basis to provide updates on current work load and project status

  • Completing first off inspections and identifying work flow problems to improve productivity and product quality

  • Completing required labelling and bundling of finished product

  • Examine and monitor documents and work processes to assess completeness, accuracy and conformance

  • Organizing, scanning and filing all workflow and procurement documentation according to work order number including but not limited to quality assurance reports, material testing reports, and material tracking forms

  • Source and purchase consumables from the shop

  • Complete regular consumables inventory counts and maintain consumables consumption spreadsheets

  • Complete inventory on raw materials and finished products

  • Assist with supervising, training, evaluating and motivating staff

  • Monitor and track maintenance of manufacturing equipment and machinery

  • Calculate and track daily and weekly production totals from shift production summary paperwork

  • Follow company policies and procedures regarding health, safety and environment. Provide course corrections when required and report to the shop foreman for enforcement if improvements are not made

  • Follow company policies and procedures regarding quality control and assurance


EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite

  • Working knowledge of shop data or AutoCAD an asset

  • Hands-on experience with measuring equipment such as tape measures, calipers and micrometers an asset

  • Solid understanding of technical specifications and engineering drawings


EDUCATION/TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:

  • High School Diploma

  • Post-secondary degree in Engineering an asset

  • Journeyman Certification in a mechanical trade from a recognized provincial training authority an asset


WHY WORK FOR ROTERRA:

We offer a comprehensive compensation plan including a health and dental package, employee assistance plan, competitive salary, group RRSP and deferred profit sharing plans, as well as room for growth. Roterra has a young and dynamic team that is owner-operated and committed to being a leading provider of our core products and services across North America. If you are looking to join a professional team of high functioning and high performing individuals committed to accomplishing significant growth for both the company and the individuals, than Roterra is for you.


ROTERRA CORE VALUES:

  • We pursue excellence by constantly raising the bar

  • We have passion and enthusiasm – for our roles, the company and our relationships

  • We are experts that continually grow

  • We do the right thing

  • We are team players

About the Company

Roterra is a turn-key foundation solutions provider with focus on four main technologies: helical screw, bored cast-inplace, driven, and continuous flight auger piling along with excavation support (shoring). We offer engineering and fabrication solutions with a focus on providing end-to-end service. We service all markets and all project sizes pride ourselves on providing industry-leading customer experience.