Aerospace Supply Chain-Production Parts Management

Job Title -- Delivery Assurance Specialist ($55k - $65k annually negotiable based on experience
As a Delivery Assurance Specialist (DAS), you will be working as a vital link between the Prime Aerospace customers and their supplier base to track, monitor, validate, expedite and report real time part delivery status. Applicants must have solid manufacturing experience and effective interpersonal communication skills with the ability to develop strong relationships.
Track the flow of critical/hot parts through the suppliers manufacturing shop from the raw material phase, to the manufacturing process, and onto the shipping dock.
Create daily status reports and communicate the results with our customers, prime aerospace manufacturers, throughout the day.
Communicate potential shipping delays including identifying root cause with suppliers on delays and establish recovery plans to bring shipments back on line through e-mail and phone communications.
Support manufacturing shops to expedite "On Time" part deliveries to major aerospace production companies.
Machine Shop, Sheet Metal, tooling knowledge/experience required for consideration of this position. (casting, forging, grind, deburr, heat treat, lathe, rough machine, finish machine, thread roll, cad plating, chrome plating, prime, passivate, anodize, etc.)
Education -- High School Graduate or Equivalent
Years of Experience -- 3 to 5 years in Aerospace Manufacturing
Reliable transportation - must have current/active drivers' license
Proficient with Microsoft Office Products (2010 Excel basic skills required)
Effective communication skills
Detail oriented
Full-time Direct Hire
Competitive Salary
Insurance (Health, dental, vision, life insurance, short/long term disability)
Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
Retirement benefits (401k/Roth)
Cell phone/Laptop
Corporate environment

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