PRODUCTION PLANNING MANAGER

  • Full Time
  • Freedom
  • Salary Guide: $53,125 - $85,000


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SHUNCK, STEVE

is an ecommerce software and services company on a mission to democratize ecommerce and give digital merchants the freedom to grow. We are integrating... Role: Planning Manager, Category: Other:Other, Size: n/a

PRODUCTION PLANNING MANAGER: SHUNCK, STEVE

is an ecommerce software and services company on a mission to democratize ecommerce and give digital merchants the freedom to grow. We are integrating all the pieces of the ecommerce value chain brands need to thrive, creating a truly end-to-end Ecommerce-as-a-Service platform that helps third party brands move faster, grow more quickly, and deliver on their promises more completely.

Position: Production Planning Manager
Location: Freedom
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $53,125 – $85,000
Last Updated: 13 December 2022
Job Category: Other:Other

Planning Manager Role:

Monitors a department or project’s budget, inventory, and production schedule. Maintains optimally efficient inventory of production materials. Creates planning studies and generates reports about new programs, plans, and regulations. Reviews development proposals to ensure compliance with codes and regulations. Manages all general planning issues for a department or project.

Other Duties:

  • Supervises requirements planning for department, division, project, or organisation
  • Prepares proposals and site plans in conformance with codes and local and national regulations
  • Acts as intermediary between community, developers, government entities, and business
  • Handles rezoning, site plans, special-use permits, and related materials
  • Gathers relevant statistical data and drafts reports on issues such as demographic information, occupancy rates, and land use
  • Presents development proposals to government agencies
  • Arranges for public to review private and public development projects
  • Sets schedule for project or development and flow of requisite materials
  • Supervises other planning personnel, such as consultants and developers
  • Prepares budget and oversees expenditures
  • Sets goals, policies, and procedures for project
  • Interprets and evaluates legal documents and relevant legislation to assess impact on project
  • Offers employee trainings and development
  • Communicates with other managers, supervisors, and colleagues throughout project
  • Performs surveys and field studies



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