As a production planner at ARTS you are responsible, among other things, for the planning of production steps, but also for monitoring production processes. The term production planner or production engineer often corresponds to a very similar field of activity of a production planner or work scheduler.
The main function of a production planner at ARTS is the direct specification of production processes and the development of production plans. ARTS production planners also compile costings, and calculate capital expenditure and material volumes. SAP and other software programs are constant work companions. They are used to virtually create drawings and plans, improve existing manufacturing processes and develop new manufacturing steps.
Production planners at ARTS work closely with quality assurance, among others, in order to provide and ensure a smooth and cost-effective process for the customer. Besides the monitoring of deadlines, the work focuses particularly on the analysis and correction of errors.
At ARTS, production planners are employed in the planning of new and serial production and in the coordination of work processes for, among others, the Airbus models A400M, A350 and A320. The particularly high planning effort involved requires communication skills, teamwork and tolerance for stress, in order always to find the best solution even in the case of conflict and problems, and to keep track at all stages of production.
Production planners at ARTS are employed at various international locations.
In Hamburg and Bremen, for example, they support our customer Airbus Operations GmbH in the coordination of work steps and processes as well as in production.
For Premium AEROTEC in Nordenham, Lower Saxony, they coordinate the production of test objects. They also deal with the planning of aircraft hull components.
In Toulouse, our production planners support Airbus Operations GmbH in the area of production support and work preparation.
Our employees also work for Airbus Operations GmbH in work and production planning on the aircraft types A330 and A340 in Saint Nazaire and on the types A400M and A320 in Seville.
Furthermore, they work for Elbe Flugzeugwerke GmbH in Dresden in the development of material processes or are involved in the conversion of the A330 passenger aircraft into freighters.
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