Lean Manager-Continuous Improvement Manager

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Lean Manager-Continuous Improvement Manager

  • Specialty:

    Engineering
  • Title:

    Lean Manager/Continuous Improvement Manager
    • City:

      Milford
    • State:

      NH
    • Zip Code:

      03055
  • Start date:

    09-12-2018
  • Status:

    Closed
  • Assignment Type:

    Direct Hire
  • Job Id:

    46479

Description

Davis Engineering is partnering with a great electronics company in the Milford, NH area to build their team with a direct placement Lean / Continuous Improvement Manager. If interested in the position below, please contact Rich Gardner at rgardner@daviscos.com with you Word formatted resume including contact information to be reached.

Lean Manager/Continuous Improvement Manager (Staff Level Position) 


Position Summary 
This role is responsible for leading and participating in the implementation of lean philosophy to increase the overall effectiveness of the company operations.  Serve as an Ambassador to the organization in support of a culture of Continuous Quality Improvement.  Ensures that existing processes maintain a high level of performance and continuously reviews and refines those processes to make additional improvements for greater efficiency.  This will be achieved through the development of procedures to improve quality, maximize throughput, and reduce overall expenses.   This is a hands-on position and requires a high level of collaboration across the organization. 


Essential Functions

Identify, prioritize and manage resources required to successfully execute improvement projects across the company, and remove roadblocks to success

Develop strategic working relationships across the organization to facilitate the accomplishment of corporate goals

Build and facilitate improvement teams and ensure projects are executed on time with sustainable outcomes

Communicate team progress to key stakeholders

Educate, coach and mentor team members on Kaizen, DMAIC, and Lean philosophy ? Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve departmental company goals

Meet with Steering Committee on a periodic basis to provide an overview of the efficacy of the program

Maintain a high energy level and positive attitude to support continuous improvement processes from start to finish with a high level of autonomy 

 

Competencies

? Self-starter that is resourceful and can work autonomously

? Conceptual and strategic thinker

? Change agent and transformational leadership

Strong in organizational and time management

 Highly values team collaboration

"Out of the Box Thinker” – creative/innovative

Analytical and Problem Solver

Results oriented - follows through on commitments and deliverables 
 
Requirements

Certified Six Sigma Black Belt preferred

A Bachelor’s degree (engineering is preferred) is required

7-10 years of successful manufacturing leadership (active participant in Kaizen, DMAIC, VSM, and TPI) ? 5+ years in Lean leadership

Demonstrated ability to drive and manage the change process

Good understanding of financial measurements and goals in the Lean/Flow throughput world ? In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office required

Effective presentation skills  

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