Production Control Specialist

Provides support in the planning and preparation of production schedules, which may include formulating and analyzing short- and long-range production plans, maintaining parts inventory, and coordinating new product launch activities, engineering changes, and new business activities in order to ensure that manufactured products are made in an efficient and timely manner, customer requirements are maintained, and shipment dates are met.

  1. Prepares reports and attends or leads meetings as necessary.
  2. Performs inventory control evaluations of internal systems as needed to ensure accuracy.
  3. Resolves customer emergencies outside of normal business hours, including arrangement of after hours and weekend shipments with Logistics.
  4. Maintains appropriate expertise to ensure an effective technical level by utilizing all resources available.
  5. May need to communicate daily with global suppliers.
  6. Travels as needed based on Company business requirements.
  7. Fulfills administrative and other duties as assigned.

  1. A bility to comprehend complex instructions and respond effectively.
  2. Ability to perform basic arithmetic accurately and quickly.
  3. Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  4. Knowledge of Production Control policies, procedures, and terms.
  5. Excellent written and oral communication and good presentation skills.
  6. Ability to coordinate and monitor a high level of activity as demonstrated under a variety of conditions and constraints
  7. Ability to clearly communicate with other cultures and countries both verbally (including via telephone or through video conference) and in writing
  8. Intermediate working knowledge of Microsoft Office


DENSO is an advanced mobility supplier and global Fortune 500 company. Here, we innovate, create and make things to change how the world moves. We develop technology and components for major automakers worldwide, which you can find on nearly every vehicle make and model on the road today.

At our core, DENSO wants to make the world a better place. And, we have the ability to do so using our broad product portfolio, which spans mobility electronics, thermal systems, electrification systems, powertrain systems, sensors & semiconductors, and non-automotive businesses.

We’re far reaching: Globally headquartered in Japan, we have 170K+ employees across 221 facilities in 35 countries across the globe. Here in North America, our headquarters is in Southfield, Michigan. Last year, we had $47.6 billion in global consolidated revenue with North America contributing $10.9 billion.