Analyst, Production Control

Wabash National

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Lafayette, IN

Job Description

As posted by the hiring company

Job Overview:

About the Role: As a Production Control Analyst, you will work on a variety of production reports to meet the needs of the business. Activities include, but are not limited to, creating and maintaining documents to assist production with successful builds. This position does not require travel.


Your Responsibilities:

  • Record and review daily builds
  • Review and document all new Sales Orders and Schedules
  • Maintain option calendars (options for builds)
  • Review, approve or decline change orders, and document approved Change Orders
  • Record and chart production metrics
  • Review and document production notes and downtime
  • Coordinate with manufacturing on any complicated builds
  • Pull information from SAP in order to do any of the above responsibilities


 Leadership Attributes: At Wabash National, we pride ourselves on being empowering, and there are some things we feel very strongly about:

  • Embrace Diversity and Inclusion – Solicit and respect the input of others, celebrate differences, and strive for transparency and inclusiveness
  • Seek to Listen – Actively listen to reach the best solution and make the strongest decisions
  • Always Learn – Strive to improve; do not quit or settle for the status quo
  • Be Authentic – Demonstrate honesty, incredible energy, and grit in everything you do
  • Win Together – Collaborate, seek alignment, and excel at cross-group communication to success as one team and One Wabash

Join us in turning ideas into world-changing realities. Curate and build your high-impact professional career at Wabash!


Affirmative Action/EEO Statement: Wabash National is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for its associates and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability, or other protected class or activity under federal, state, or local law. All employment decisions must be based on neutral, legitimate criteria. All employment policies and rules shall be applied equally to similarly situated associates.