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Production Scheduler - Viking Yachts

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Palm Beach Towers, a wholly owned subsidiary of Viking Yacht Company, a world leader in the marine industry, is seeking a dynamic individual for a Production Scheduler’s position in New Gretna, New Jersey.

Overview: The candidate should possess a marine background or welding / fabrication background with strong organizational / scheduling skills. Quality control and computer operating skills also a plus. Training is provided for the ideal candidate based on the above criteria.

  • Continually review and follow-up on work performance and completion schedule.
  • Update and close work orders jobs in a timely manner.
  • Work with other departments for scheduling.
  • Excellent communication skills required
  • Some prior management experience required as well

Palm Beach Towers offers a great benefits package (Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, life insurance, STD / LTD), a competitive salary and positive working environment. Please complete an online application on .

Viking is an EOE, M/F, ADA employer. 



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