The Lean Manufacturing Manager will coordinate and lead the continuous improvement initiatives. They are responsible for waste identification and elimination across the plant and have the ability to work cross functionally with other departments. They will drive continuous Improvement and deliver manufacturing improvements.
This Lean Manager will ensure a consistent, rapid and successful deployment of Lean at all assigned accounts, train employees on lean transformational processes, develop continuous improvement plans addressing critical site needs, and identify opportunities for improvement with value stream maps.
This includes identifying manufacturing needs, defining scope, measuring and reporting progress on all active projects.In addition, the CI Manager will be responsible for training and educating associates, and teams, on innovative thinking and questioning of established practices.
The Continuous Improvement (CI) Manager works with Site Leadership by leading continuous improvement activities. Reviews operations and provides solutions to resolve safety/ergonomic, quality, cost, and throughput issues. Verifies standard work procedures are being followed exactly (steps and time) and corrects issues with standard work.
Responsible for the successful development and execution of specific OPEX/Lean Manufacturing projects, such as internal and external Kanban, TPM, SMED, one-piece flow production, constraint management, and workplace organization.
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