The Supply Chain Coordinator is responsible for planning and managing production schedules to meet customer delivery requirements and best utilize the company’s productive capacity as well as managing inventory levels. The Supply Chain Coordinator will also be responsible for identifying supply chain improvement opportunities and cost reductions.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
§ Use production schedules, shop orders, and other data to maintain production schedule to control MRP output, kit release,
and materials flow
§ Use MRP and other methods to plan capacity, order manufactured parts, and schedule off-line shops
§ Responsible for maintaining kit (BOM) station codes and monitoring lead times and other data to ensure proper material
sequencing and flows to the lines and shops. Maintain Kit Pull Schedule/ working with Stock Coordinators and Supervisors
§ Work with Production Supervisors and Group Leaders to determine production status; resolve scheduling, materials, and
other planning related problems; and expedite operations that delay or alter schedules
§ Work with Supervision, Engineering, and Manufacturing to define, plan, and schedule custom requirements to minimize the
impact of custom changes on material flows, and other planning related problems; and expedite operations.
§ Maintain configurator spreadsheets for boat models
§ Create boat job in Epicor when Sales order is finalized; configure boat
§ Order job travelers for both Lamination and Cabinet Shops/MRP/planning knowledge
§ Work with Product Development and Engineering on new model development to schedule kit requirements, ensure proper
BOM structure, and ensure manufactured parts availability
§ Order manufactured parts for part sales; work with part sales to forecast requirements or establish reorder points and safety
stock levels for manufactured parts
§ Responsible for manufactured parts inventory levels and accuracy; maintain lead times, safety stocks, and stockroom
designations; work on obsolete part identification, reduction, and disposal
§ Perform hull audits to ensure proper charging; monitor and correct inventory transaction errors; work with cost accounting to
resolve charging and model costing problems
§ Release kits according to requests on Kit Pull Schedule/interacting with the stockroom personnel
§ Understand, recommend and implement sourcing strategies to ensure the best total cost.
§ Responsible for placing orders for production material, services, prototypes, tooling, and other purchases as required.
§ Interact and communicate with suppliers - request for quotation (RFQ), negotiations, delivery schedules, purchase order
acknowledgement, expediting, packaging, invoicing, etc.
§ Maintain updated component and supplier documentation and data in ERP system and Purchasing files.
§ Communicates up-to-date delivery information to internal customers.
Qualifications (General Skills)
§ Ability to communicate and work with support groups. Good organizational skills, detail oriented, and the ability to follow
through on assignments
§ Computer skills including MRP/Epicor systems and general spreadsheet and PC proficiency with demonstrated knowledge of MS
office software, group programs and web-based applications
§ Will spend time on production floor working with supervisors and group leaders to resolve scheduling and material related
§ Work with limited supervision, would require some direction from the department manager or senior planners on more difficult
tasks and assignments
§ Good mathematical and analytical abilities
· Minimum requirement: High School or equivalent diploma.
· Preferred: Associates degree in Engineering, Business, Operations Management or related field.
· Most Favored: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Business, Operations Management or related field.
· Communication skills and PC proficiency with demonstrated knowledge of MS office software, group programs and web based
Applications; EPICOR knowledge a plus.
Problem Solving/Analysis, Technical Capacity, Communication Proficiency, Decision Making, & Collaboration Skills.
Hatteras Yachts was born out of the treacherous waters that surround Cape Hatteras. It was here, in the fabled Graveyard of the Atlantic, that Willis Slane was inspired to construct a yacht to conquer seas subject to the wrath of nature. Over 50 years later, perseverance to achieve excellence is more than tradition - it is the Hatteras promise.
Hatteras Yachts carries forward decades of rugged durability. Focused engineering, tough materials and proven construction processes come together to produce the legendary strength that is the backbone of the Hatteras story. From a solid fiberglass bottom to the final coat of exterior paint, each Hatteras is built to excel in the roughest seas and harshest environments while retaining superior performance and beauty. Such dependability allows owners to use their boat when they want to, not just when conditions are favorable.
When it comes down to it, what is power without off shore performance? Advanced hull designs and construction, efficient propulsion systems, and optimized weight distribution merge to form the perfect balance of speed and seakeeping that can only be offered by Hatteras.
Each vessel is designed and built for class-leading performance in all currents, seas, and weather. Hatteras has earned a reputation for confident seakeeping, responsive handling and nimble maneuverability in the worst conditions.
A half century of experience has developed a tenured team of master builders and personalized construction managers, responsible for delivering luxurious craftsmanship. Traditional skills coupled with modern techniques enable customization and relentless improvement. Tailored designs and luxury materials in the hands of our experienced builders result in each new vessel being a showpiece for the customer and the brand.
Welcome to Hatteras.
Role: Supply Chain Coordinator
Location: New Bern,
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