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As Manager Planning and Control, you will be responsible for timely and complete delivery of schedules, business calculations, forecasts, recalculations, key performance indicators and activities for all orders and production departments.
The Planning and Control department facilitates and supports the use of software by the departments within production. You will guide seven employees at Kinderdijk and Krimpen aan den IJssel.
Within this role, your duties will include the following:
- monitoring the quality, efficiency and reliability of the department's work
- supporting Location Managers (Production) in providing information about the quality, efficiency and reliability of all manufacturing departments
- supporting the Production Coordinators and department managers
- proactively providing information
- considering budget, cost, planning, progress and quality of all orders
- ensuring the quality, efficiency, and delivery reliability of departments.
To be eligible for this position, you must have the following:
- a HBO-level education in a technical or business-related subject
- affinity with the manufacturing industry
- an understanding of technical business processes and change processes
- knowledge of planning and calculation methodologies and systems
- the ability to interpret information
- a proactive attitude and ability to think ahead
- excellent communication skills in English and Dutch, both spoken and written
- enthusiasm, punctuality and strong decision-making skills
- experience in leading projects and employees
- the ability to take responsibility, as well as initiative.
Royal IHC offers you a challenging fulltime job within a successful and dynamic company with a reputation for being a worldwide leader in technological innovation. In addition, we offer you a competitive salary, professional development opportunities, travel allowance, profit share, pension allowance, training courses and at least 40 days of leave per year.
As a Manager Planning and Control you will work at IHC Holland, department Shipbuilding, based in Kinderdijk. This organisation is constantly developing its design and construction activities for the specialised maritime sector. IHC Holland has a focus on innovative vessels, advanced equipment and life-cycle support for the dredging industry.
IHC Holland is part of Royal IHC (IHC), the global market leader in the construction of specialized ships for wet mining and dredging activities, and an important player in the field of complex custom-built offshore ships. However, we do not stop there. For every ship, we also develop advanced equipment that is integrated seamlessly. In addition, we offer life-cycle support to our customers, which is available worldwide and for the lifetime of our products. If you look at our customer base, you will find prominent dredging companies, oil and gas conglomerates, offshore contractors and national governments. With offices worldwide, IHC has an international orientation. Today we have 3,000 colleagues working in various locations across The Netherlands and overseas. For more information about IHC please check: www.royalihc.com.
Are you interested in the position of Manager Planning and Control and do you recognise yourself in the job description? Please respond directly through our website: www.royalihc.com/careers or by using the apply button.
For more information about Royal IHC, the vacancy and the application process, please visit www.royalihc.com or call the Staffing department on +31 (0)88-015 4444.
Royal IHC does not approve of commercial, contractor and/or agency acquisition or commercial use of this advertisement. Proposing candidates without invitation is not appreciated and will not be considered by IHC.