• Manage, measure and review customer delivery performance; daily review with production line on internal and external production targets. • Developing, validating, forecasting and maintaining the production, customer and business plan; running scenarios on production plans and customer requests, validating and accepting orders, forecasting products – more... with critical and time sensitive resources. • Develop, establish and review cell capacities ; weekly review with production line on machine and labor capacities, recommendation for additional resources, prioritizing production targets within product cells. Analyzing and managing project related inventory; review production safety stock, and purchased product relating to high demand products and vendor lead times. • Analyzing sales orders, bill of materials, routings and quality requirements; recommendations on customer demand (order intake), confirming valid bills of material, routings and quality requirements. Review and improve manufacturing methods using Cellular lean techniques, 5S. • Maintaining communication with internal departments, customers and vendors to report on project and inventory status. Reacting to program changes and establishing time fences both technical and schedule. • Team leader for targeted improvement groups, quality and process audits, non-standard manufacturing and proto-type projects. Effective mentor and trainer to all levels of technical and support staff with a solid reputation for fostering positive and ethical relationships. • Explore, support and implement original ideas on process and product development that positively impacted bottom line results and exceeding return on sales target of 4% achieved 7.1%. • Created and maintained premier internal and external customer satisfaction by exceeding on time-delivery target of 91% achieved 92.6%. • Plans, organizes, prioritizes, and executes for optimum results, exceeding sales growth target of 60mil achieved 3.6% growth and inventory reduction targets of 34dsi achieved 31dsi. • Recognized for reviewing and improving manufacturing methods using 5S and cellular lean techniques. – less
Sec to Quality Manager then Excecutive Sec (Former Employee), Warwick – August 25, 2013
I loved my job but it was a long way to travel everyday. Gloucester to Warwick. I worked for some lovely people and when we were in Gloucester we were like a family. Over the years I did various jobs covering nearly every aspect of office duties. I always like to do things right and when a new system is introduced I take lots of notes so that I can – more... refer to them instead of keep asking. – less
General Assembler (Former Employee), New Haven, IN – August 19, 2013
I really liked my job at Parker, the people were good to work with and made some good friends there. I was a brazier for a while but after my cancer treament I stepped down from that position do the the loss of feeling I suffered as a side effect of the chemotherpy. They worked with me alot on that. I think the management lied to us alot and now alot – more... of people are out of work there because the moved the production to Mexico, a place that over 800 people once worked is now down to like 50 last I heard. – less
Sr. Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), New Haven, IN – August 17, 2013
Pros: good benefits
Cons: continuous outsourcing
My typical day was from 7 am to 4 pm as a customer service representative. I also operated the switchboard during lunches and for vacation coverage. Co-workers were like my second family. I loved helping the customer which gave me a sense of accomplishment every day.
Enjoyed working with all levels of the organization. Parker Hannifin class-act and treats all employees with respect and integrity. The company provides opportunity for growth and advancement. Management are mentors that are open and honest in relationships both internally and externally. Would recommend as a place of employment to any friend or family – more... member. – less
Contract Administrator (Current Employee), Irvine, CA – July 29, 2013
Cons: lost 40% of our team in the last 2 months
I enjoy the people I work with on a daily basis. I enjoy providing premier customer service to my internal and external customers. I have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunities in planning, purchasing, and contract administration. I have met many people at the facility through the Wellness Committee (I have been the chairperson for 1.5 – more... years). – less
Great environment with great management and co-workers
MC/SP OP (Current Employee), Syracuse, IN – July 29, 2013
Pros: great environment with great management and co-workers and benefits
Cons: 15 min breaks and the heat from operating
Everyday is different at work. Never doing the same thing everything and you learn a new thing each day. Management is great they listen to you and you are able to help out with improvement to the facility. Co-workers are alright. The hardest part of the job would be the paper work they make you do each day. The most enjoyable part of the job is going – more... home and you knowing you did a great job at work. – less
Fun place to work and the other employees are very nice
Clerk (Former Employee), Nacogdoches, TX – July 25, 2013
My main duty only gave me a couple hours of work spread out over the course of the day. I took it upon myself to find "busy work" in other departments. I really enjoyed to freedom to work in other areas and to take on new tasks.
The other employees are great to work with. The atmosphere is casual but everyone has to work together to keep the plant – more... going. I found everyone to be very helpful and encouraging. – less
Worked in an FAA repair station as service tech 2. Daily responsibilities included troubleshooting and prototyping various electronics controls in lab settings and in product warranty returns. Worked on team with fellow engineers to correct production failures and warranty submissions. Well managed and family atmosphere.
Production line (Former Employee), 10801 rose ave – July 10, 2013
Pros: like that i got payed for are lunch, and that i can wear what every i wanted to wear.
Cons: short breaks
you load parts into a machine ones the cycle is complated you take them out and you may have to some things on to the part like a lable or plugs, then you would have to pack into the box and ship it. the hardest part was learning how to read differnt blue prints. wthe most ienjoyable is that i can do the work under presure for a dead line to meet.the – more... people i work was very nice most of the time. but we all have are bad days. the mangement did not inter act with the employes as much as the us to when i first started working their – less
PREFORM (Former Employee), Nacogdoches, TX – July 3, 2013
IVE WORKED ON ALL DIFFERENT SHIFTS AS NEEDED BY OTHER SUPERVISORS CAUSE THEY SAID IM A GOOD WORKER SO THEY WOULD ALWAYS HAVE ME TO WORK OVER ON THERE SHIFTS... THE HARDEST PART ABOUT MY JOB WAS LEARN ALL THE DIFFERENT RUBBERS AND KNOWING WITCH ONES SWELLS UP THE MOST WHEN ITS BEIN MILLED BUT I MANAGED TO LEARNED ALL THE RUBBERS AND MY JOB BECAME A BIT – more... EASY. I WOULD SAY THE MOST ENJOYABLE PART OF MY JOB WAS KNOWING THAT ONCE I PREFORM THE PARTS AND THEY ALL WAS INSPECTED AND CAME OUT GREA T ITS A GOOD FEELING KNOWING THAT I COULD DO A GOOD JOB AND SATISFY THE CUSTOMER. – less