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Lean Improvement Manager
LOCATION: Kettering/Corby/Market Harborough
SALARY: c.£32,000 Depending on Experience & Package
Our Northamptonshire based client is the UK's leading independent manufacturer of packaging products with an annual turnover approaching £100M. They have earned a deserved reputation for the quality of both their products and service. They have achieved this by continually investing in cutting edge technology within their production facility and, importantly, having a well trained and motivated workforce.
Due to an internal promotion they now require a Continuous Improvement Manager. The successful candidate will be required to work closely with the production, warehouse and engineering departments in the development and introduction of improved manufacturing and operational techniques. Duties include;
*Establish a local culture of continuous improvement and root cause elimination through Lean, Kaizen and Standard Work
*Identify and share best practices
*Train and support line managers embedding continuous improvement in their jobs
*Analyse current process performance with senior management
*Implementation of a Lean Manufacturing culture
Our client is looking for strong candidate possessing the following attributes;
*Experience in a similar position
*Comfortable in a manufacturing environment
*Demonstrable history of success implementing a Lean Manufacturing culture
*Lean Six Sigma trained - ideally Black Belt Certified
*Good prioritisation skills
*Take pride in your work
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ALTERNATIVE JOB TITLES: Continuous Improvement Officer, Continuous Improvement Corrugated Packaging, Continuous Improvement - Cartons, Corrugated, Cardboard Packaging - Continuous Improvement
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