Obsolescence Coordinator /Project Resource

Company Name:
Kelly Services On Site at DePuy Synthes
Kelly Services is recruiting for an Obsolescence Coordinator / Project Resource professional to help to coordinate and administer activities required to formally obsolete product codes in multiple systems so that the product codes status is updated to completely inactivate the codes. This will be on site at our client, a globally recognized medical device company located in Raynham, MA.
Duration: through remainder of 2014 and potentially beyond based on needs of the business and other factors
Pay Rate: $30.00-$35.00 hourly

Creates the Change Orders in Adaptiv (product lifecycle system) to collect approvals to update the product status to either Inactive/Obsolete or Export Only based on direction from Planners.
Coordinate status updates in multiple ERP systems to obsolete the components on the bills of material for finished goods.
Track and record status in MDM (via UDI exceptions) and TRUDI (UDI Tracking system).
Coordinate status updates in multiple ERP systems to obsolete the finished goods.
Coordinate with Planners to obsolete slow moving materials to clear path for formal obsolescence.
Coordinate the purging of inventory with the Field Inventory, Express Care and Finance teams both US and Internationally to retrieve and disposition remaining inventory so codes can be obsoleted in the systems.
Appropriate escalation of delayed activity to Project Manager
Support other activities for UDI compliance as required.
Assist in revisions to procedures to document best practices to obsolete product codes

For consideration please respond to this job posting or send your resume directly to and reference " Project Resource" in the subject line.

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