Baltimore Aircoil Company is the global leader in sustainable solutions for evaporative cooling, thermal storage, and heat transfer equipment. The corporate headquarters is located in Howard County, Maryland, near Baltimore.
Our equipment are found in residential and commercial buildings to keep people comfortable, supermarket and cold storage warehouses to protect food and perishables, and industrial processes and power installations to improve efficiency and productivity.
We are passionate about enhancing the quality of life through our technologies that reduce energy, water, and chemical usage. As a global leader, we are committed to a world of sustainable progress and enduring results.
The Lean Manufacturing Leader is responsible for facilitating the implementation of lean principles across all functions within an assigned BAC manufacturing plant.
This position will collaborate with the plant team to identify and prioritize opportunities and assist the team with the deployment of lean tools. Additionally, the Lean Manufacturing Leader will directly lead a variety specific complex improvement projects to improve customer metrics, reduce costs, improve safety, improve quality and reduce working capital.
This position will lead the Plant Continuous Improvement team comprised of Continuous Improvement Engineers and Continuous Improvement Technicians.
This team will support the plants improvement efforts by analyzing process performance throughout the plant and assisting process improvement activities in safety, quality, customer service and production. The team will establish, maintain, and publish process definitions and instructions for the entire plant.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
NATURE & SCOPE
The Lean Manufacuting Leader will report to the Manager, Continuous Improvement. The successful candidate will lead a team of Continuous Improvement Engineers and Technicians and assist the Plant leadership in the development, execution, and maintenance of Lean Principles and Projects in the plant. The position will also participate in regular meetings with other plant Continuous Improvement leaders to collaborate and coordinate on systematic continuous improvement priorities and initiatives.
Working conditions are typical of those of a manufacturing environment including standing for extended periods, sitting, and walking.
Occasional exposure to outside weather elements and varying.