Project Planner Role Limerick

Planner Scheduler

  • Posted Last Week
  • Limerick
  • Contract
  • BBBH27610

LSC have a great contract opportunity for a Planner/Scheduler to join an innovative and rapidly growing Biopharmaceutical company in Limerick. The facility is responsible for the production, packaging, labelling and delivery of biopharmaceutical medicines for global markets. The company currently markets medicines for various diseases and has a rich pipeline of products.

This position is responsible for the Tech Ops planning, scheduling, tracking, and control of its functions

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement planning, reporting and analytical tools for the Tech Ops organisation.
  • Chairing weekly planning & scheduling focused meetings.
  • Ability to track and control and report out accurately plan vs actual.
  • Comply with all current IOPS cGxP's (e.g. Good Manufacturing Processes, Good Documentation Practices etc.).
  • Always maintain inspection readiness.
  • Create clear and tangible work plans to enable technician execution.
  • Interaction with our CMMS system having the ability to group and sort large data sets into executable packages of work.
  • Ability to level load and resource planned work-fronts.
  • Highlight schedule issues and constraints and propose potential mitigations.
  • Ability to roll-up and summarise detailed schedules - tailor for a specific audience.
  • Establish KPis and routinely track and report for the specific function you are working in.
  • Engagement and interaction with cross-functional groups for schedule development and forward planning
  • Chairing schedule workshops where required and conduct schedule scenarios.
  • Liaising with Manufacturing and Maintenance scheduling colleagues to agree on handover dates, windows of availability and access.
  • Lead by example. Share knowledge and experience within your team - operate with a one JOPS mindset.
  • Produce micro-schedules/ high level timelines to focus on the delivery of different aspects within a certain project.
  • May maintain the physical condition and environment of all areas and equipment. Maintain Safe, Clean, and Compliant (SCC) standards.
  • Adhere to and remain current in assigned IOPS plant and department SOPs and required trainings as related to positional and department responsibilities; maintain an up-to-date training file to ensure compliance.
  • Any other projects as assigned by supervisor.

Education and Experience:

  • BS/BA in engineering or scientific related field or relevant trade qualification along with 5+ years of experience in a similar position. May substitute relevant experience in lieu of educational requirement.
  • Proficient knowledge & use with the Microsoft Suite of Software Packages inclusive of MS Project
  • Knowledge & experience with Oracle Primavera

Note: Are you currently eligible to work in Ireland? As this is a contract opportunity you will need to hold a Stamp 1G/Stamp 4 visa to apply!
Apply via this advert or contact Siobhan Cummins at (021) 477 7329 if you have any more questions about this opportunity!

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