Lockheed Martin Area Ctrl Dispatcher in Stratford, Connecticut

Description: Responsible for maintaining the WIP accuracy of an assigned manufacturing ACS.

Use bar code reader and computer terminal to perform login transactions identifying both location and quantity.

Place material in designated racks, bins or floor locations.

Log jobs released to manufacturing to the “in-work” location or to the next specified location if outside of assigned ACS.

Provide work to manufacturing in priority sequence and print a daily dispatch list in priority and schedule sequence.

Continuously audit work order information involving location and other appropriate impact information and quantity accuracy by the performance of cycle-counting procedures.

Verify the next operation and work center on the operation sheet to reflect where the work will be performed.

Contact Manufacturing Engineering for routing corrections.

Maintain close contact with assigned area manufacturing supervision and personnel or Purchasing, Material Control, Manufacturing, Product Support and Engineering Departments.

Requisition and stage tools for jobs given to manufacturing.

Keep current with Impact shop practices by attending meetings.

As required, wrap and protect parts.

Create move tickets for parts moved to operation/work center.

Create center rework (W/Y) work orders and appropriate paperwork in support of the non-conforming material rejection report (NMRR) System.

Perform shop floor work order transfer (SFWOTRN) transactions whenever component parts are moved from kit to kit.

As required replace work order routing travelers, to comply with changes in manufacturing operations made via the automated Change Notice (ACN) system.

Follow good housekeeping practices to maintain cleanliness of assigned area

As directed, perform other similar or related duties.

Refer unusual conditions to Supervisor.

Basic Qualifications:

Requires a well-rounded knowledge of material planning, scheduling, expediting, auditing practices and automated shop floor methods, computer systems as applied to scheduling, inventory and production control and the ability to interpret engineering drawings and specifications. Have some knowledge of machining, quality control procedures, assembly methods and general business procedures in order to plan and coordinate the work of a group. Equivalent to short specialized training.

Over 1 year - 3 years of experience



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