Production Scheduler (m/f)

2 weeks ago(5/1/2018 2:23 PM)
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Celanese Corporation is a global technology leader in the production of differentiated chemistry solutions and specialty materials used in most major industries and consumer applications. Our two complementary business cores, Acetyl Chain and Materials Solutions, use the full breadth of Celanese's global chemistry, technology and business expertise to create value for our customers and the corporation. As we partner with our customers to solve their most critical business needs, we strive to make a positive impact on our communities and the world through The Celanese Foundation. Based in Dallas, Celanese employs approximately 7,300 employees worldwide and had 2016 net sales of $5.4 billion.


  • Planning and establishing production schedules to ensure product availability and optimal raw material levels
  • Balancing supply and demand by tracking progress of production and monitoring materials inventories
  • Delivering supply chain solutions, managing supply chain process and continuous improvement projects
  • Implementing new business rules into the supply chain process
  • Close communication and collaboration with supply planning, logistics, customer service, manufacturing and procurement teams to ensure alignment
  • Monitoring materials inventories and tracking progress of production
  • Ensuring alignment with planning teams, manufacturers, procurement
  • Leading projects on SAP implementation


  • At least a bachelor´s degree in supply chain or related field of study, APICS certification would be a benefit
  • A few years of experience in production scheduling
  • Knowledge of ERP systems; SAP preferable
  • Knowledge of Lean or Six Sigma methodology would be a plus
  • Customer focus and team skills
  • Experience in executing for results and driving change
  • Self-driven with able to execute with minimal direction
  • Problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Strong communication skills in Italian and English


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