Rose International Inc. Parts Coordinator in Morton, Illinois

This job was posted by https://illinoisjoblink.illinois.gov : For more information, please see: https://illinoisjoblink.illinois.gov/ada/r/jobs/5202728 Position Title: Parts Coordinator Position Number: 265230Location: Morton, ILDesired Skill Set: Product Testing, Purchasing, StockingPosition Description: U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor or consider Corp 2 Corp candidates.Job Title: Parts Product AnalystDuration: 12 MonthsLocation: Morton, IL 61550Job Description:Responsible for all aspects of order analyst activities related to domestic parts orders. Education/Experience: High school diploma or GED. Zero to two years Skills and Competencies: Knowledge to analyze, interpret and communicate accurate and timely technical information to answer inquiries from dealers and customers, Communications skills - oral and written, and Computer skills. Major Job Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting order requirements; resolving parts order exceptions; assisting parts expediting to meet machine down and contractual obligations. Instructing/training dealer personnel on changes to practices and policy and coordinating the investigation of parts related marketplace complaints. Interpreting order requirements; resolving parts order exceptions. Assisting parts expediting to meet machine down and contractual obligations. Assisting in the investigation of parts related marketplace complaints. Reviewing requests and orders for reasonableness and controls the timely entry and processing of dealer and customer order requirements. Coordinating the investigation of dealer and customer complaints on a variety of parts related questions. Providing ongoing training/instruction to dealer personnel on parts systems usage and changes. Handling daily interpretation of policies and procedures to determine compliance. Assisting dealer personnel in evaluating special requirementsAdditional Job Details: When you work at Client''s as a Parts Product Analyst-Authorizations, you have the opportunity to analyze engineering release and change notices, determine serviceability, create master records, identify and categorize critical parts, determine anticipated demand worldwide and place initial stocking requirements to balance parts inventory levels against months of supply for the first 24 months after release. Process, order, allocate, and manage worldwide parts inventory levels for Continuous Product Improvement (CPI) product health issues. Requires active involvement with 6 Sigma initiatives to support CPI and New Product Introduction (NPI) business.The PPA will establish initial worldwide inventory levels by analyzing distribution plans, sales and forecast information, product knowledge, and product group information. Incumbent will establish and maintain a business balance between parts availability and months of supply. Various NPI and CPI reports and tools are used to adjust stocking levels in the correct market regions. Each analyst will manage M to $5M worth of inventory as they process an average of 6000 to 8000 EDNs and 15 NPIs annually. In addition, the PPA will process approximately 200 Parts Stocking Authorization/Parts Stocking Recommendations (PSA/PSRs) each year (these are part stocking requests made by product groups due to impending field rework programs). The PPA partners with Global Purchasing and Expediting to set priorities for NPI Governance, that is, they keep the "ready-to-ship" metrics. He/she will also partner with business units concerning product health issues. The incumbent will communicate with internal and external business partners to resolve complex issues that will impact quality of service and customer satisfaction. The PPA participates in the development of new IT tools to specifically manage overall CPI process and contribute to enterprise 6 Sigma initiatives that continue to refine, enhance, and cre ate process improvement to support the NPI/CPI business. Internal and external customers include contacts throughout Client''s worldwide operations and marketing profit centers. Incumbent impacts product quality, velocity and distribution.Position''s Contributions to Work Group: The Parts Product Analyst (PPA) will manage and analyze engineering drawing notices (EDNs) released for NPI, CPI, and major product updates prior to target release date. (EDNs are notifications of the original release of engineering drawings and subsequent changes to them.) This includes analyzing engineering drawing notices for quality, completeness, and when necessary resolving issues with engineering. The PPA will also utilize systems, their own product knowledge, and EDN information to determine application/product specific serviceability of parts i.e. can the part be serviced and at what level piece part, assembly, group, etc. The PPA will create master parts records (an all-inclusive record for an item), validate critical part description indicators, issue cancellations, and submit changes to Numerical Parts Record (NPR).Typical Day: Office environment. Stocking for service arena of new parts, interacting with engineering staff to understand what kind of stocking needs to be in place for new parts. Cancelling part numbers that are no longer serviced.Education Requirement: No degree but would pref