master scheduler

master scheduler

[′mas·tər ′sked·yə·lər]
(computer science)
A program in a job entry system that assigns priorities to jobs submitted for execution.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These services feed naturally into Abl's Master Scheduler application, allowing software and services to be bundled to meet the needs of every district.
Don Hutto Correctional Center, Taylor, Texas, Barbara Harper, master scheduler, San Diego Correctional Facility, San Ysidro, Calif., Sharonda McKenzie, training manager, Adams County Correctional Center, Washington, Miss., Latasha Williams, senior correctional officer, Metro-Davidson County Detention Facility, Nashville, Tenn., Tommy Yarbrough, addictions treatment counselor, South Central Correctional Center, Clifton, Tenn.
According to Tenneco Packaging Corporation Master Scheduler Teri Metzer, “[Demand Foresight] understands my business and its needs.
She worked for several years at Wyman Gordon as a Master Scheduler. She was a loving person and caring homemaker who spent her life caring for her family and others.
9.2 is the Master Scheduler. It now offers Capable-to-Promise (CTP) functionality in addition to Available to Promise.
At the heart of ProTeus IV is its new Master Scheduler. With its multi-cycle scheduling, end users receive: enhanced scheduling calendar, easier preventative maintenance (PM) scheduling functionality and simplified Resource Planning Management.
The GEMHCS improves productivity on mission-critical processes by reducing master scheduler and after-hours nursing staff scheduling time by more than 50%.
Next, the following steps in the process of scheduling academy students are explained: (1) select new students; (2) complete student schedules; (3) allow for individual conflicts; and (4) work with high school counselors and the master scheduler. Three different approaches to dealing with block schedules and multiple academies are described.
"We had grown to a point where it was no longer possible for us to use the master scheduler of our materials requirements planning (MRP) system to give us a general game plan that was then expedited on the floor to get the right jobs done on time," he adds.
However, through the use of colourful every day examples, John Proud shows how the master scheduler can bring flair and creativity to the process.
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