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Scheduling Expeditor

Lennar Homes

This is a Full-time position in Houston, TX posted June 8, 2021.

Overview
As a Scheduling Expeditor with Lennar, you will be responsible for field and vendor schedule adherence and all scheduling tasks of the division in support for the resource planning activities.
Responsibilities Expedite and prioritize resource schedules and maintain schedule templates for the division Provide real time support to the field for re-schedules Monitor schedules and communicate delays while working with trade partners to resolvescheduling issues Monitor Build Pro/Supply Pro usage and take proactive measures to ensure division widecompliance Support, trouble shoot, and maintain Build Pro/Supply Pro systems Assist permits coordinator with all Build Pro/Supply Pro document entry and SOP’s Participate with the RPM in all defect/recordable tracking and scheduling of trade partnerprocess improvement plan meetings Perform field audits to ensure scheduling process is working and quality is being delivered Work with trade partners to verify the trades capacity and ensure trade is not overbookedto ensure no bottlenecks and missed tasks
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Qualifications Minimum high school diploma or equivalent required, Associates degree preferred Minimum 2 years’ experience in construction industry Preferred to have had experience as a construction manager or equivalent job Must possess professional attitude to represent the company in a positive manner Valid Driver’s License with good driving record Valid Auto insurance coverage Advanced PC skills Microsoft Word, Excel, and JD Edwards Excellent follow-up, communication (written and verbal) and time management skills Able to simultaneously perform multiple detail-oriented tasks with little oversight Must have a good understanding of the construction process and how the scheduled tasksinteract with each other