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Master Scheduler

Huntingdon, QC

We’re looking for great people. We’re looking for great people. Specifically, we’re looking for you to reimagine cannabis with us. We love where we work, we believe in each other, and we learn new things every day. We’ve been doing it since 2016 and have now become Québec’s most innovative and fast-growing cannabis company by leading our industry, developing game-changing products and enhancing how cannabis grows. We have high ambitions to be industry leaders in Canada, and believe our talent is our greatest resource. Which is why we are committed to hiring the best and investing in their development to reach their full potential. And we’re just getting started. Sound like a good fit?

Role Summary:

The Master Scheduler main goal is to efficiently plan weekly production schedules against demand and supply plan requirements, utilizing facility plant capability and metrics to execute the most efficient and effective use of our production. manage and maintain a current schedule of all active projects within the company, from delegated design through to completion of production. Utilizing data, schedules, and information shared by each department, the Master Schedule provides a “real-time” picture of the company’s current production workload. This role requires effective communication skills to efficiently reflects the status of projects phase/release and milestones. In addition, this person provides a measure of capacity and output by department, in alignment with forecast, and supports leadership with the improvement of processes and communications to increase the overall design and production efficiency.

How you can contribute:
  • Excellent grasp of optimized production scheduling, working with supply chain demand plans and production orders;
  • Effective scheduling capabilities, with the ability to use data to inform optimal scheduling to maximize output with effective use of resources (equipment, production lines and labor);
  • Excellent communicator, in both articulating plans, barriers or standard reporting;
  • Strong presentation and communication skills – ability to communicate plans, insights, information and changes in a way (format) the teams can easily understand and execute their respective responsibilities in production;
  • Create, manage and maintain the Master Master Production Schedule, showing all production line requirements; and map out bottlenecks and measure capacity by metrics;
  • Pre-production planning: Production scheduling – lines, duration, crating/packaging;
  • Create, Design and Release Plan and follow-up on progress with program team;
  • Prepare and review Production Readiness review, follow-up on its progress with program and manufacturing teams (material, equipment and documentation)
  • Monitor the progress against the plan at regular intervals and raise planning and capacity problems;
  • Identify and record schedule risks, critical activities, program critical path and constraints within the plan and analyze the impact of modifying it, in collaboration with cross-departmental teams;
  • Record key resources (material, equipment, facilities and manpower) required per activity in the schedule required to meet the plan;
  • Communicate ideas for improving company processes with a positive and constructive attitude, focusing on team results and successful outcomes;
  • Monitors daily production results and provides results to team;
  • Revises schedule in response to changes in flow of materials, equipment and other resources.
Things we hope you have:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, operations management option (preferably) or in commercial sciences.
  • PMI-PMP Certification is considered as a strong asset.
  • 2 years of pertinent experience in a project management in production-planning environment. (combination of other pertinent education/experience could be considered)
  • Expert knowledge of the Office suite and one project management software
  • Good understanding of product nomenclature notions, schedule planning, scheduling and project management concepts.
  • Knowledge of cannabis industry regulations and quality standards is considered an asset
You’re really good at:
  • Problem solving; decision making skills with sense of urgency.
  • Great communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrate excellent organizational skills and the ability to adapt to changes.
  • Knowledge of French to work with Quebec staff
  • Knowledge of English to work with in collaboration with sister and parental companies (British Columbia and US)
What you should know about ROSE:
  • We cherish Québec’s culture and values.
  • We believe cannabis can help Québecers and Canadians live better lives.
  • We take pride in family, friends and living full, balanced lives.
  • Safety and security is critical to the success our business.
  • We currently work from two locations in Québec: A 55,000 square-foot cutting-edge facility in Huntingdon and new offices in Montréal’s Villeray neighbourhood.
  • Our executives have world-leading experience in government regulated industries.

We look forward to hearing from you. Please reach out (with relevant information and background materials) and let us know why ROSE is a perfect fit for you.

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