Continuous Improvement Engineer

Continuous Improvement Engineer
Company Work Location: Central, MS
Domain: Engineering

Candidates must have Green card or US Citizens ONLY

Job Description:

Experienced Continuous Improvement Engineer is required having Responsibility for company-wide implementation of the continuous improvement program.

Required Skills:
5+ years of lean/six sigma/continuous improvement experience who possesses an outgoing personality and is capable of and comfortable with interfacing with all levels of employees, to include top management.
Out of a manufacturing environment is strongly preferred, as is an engineering or technical degree.
Processes include a lot of machining and assembly, but this role will not necessarily be limited to just production, but must be able to look at all departments with an eye toward improving efficiencies.
Excellent communication skills along with skills as a self-starter are must haves.
Should have experience in lean manufacturing techniques as well as experience implementing six sigma methodologies.
Responsible for company-wide implementation of the continuous improvement program.
Must be able to convey to managers and employees the value associated with continuous improvement efforts by working with them to show how waste and inefficiency negatively impacts the performance of their departments.
Will be the subject matter expert in continuous improvement methods
Documenting and value stream mapping the processes for all functions and tasks by developing flow charts and visual aids to drive quality and efficiency, implement and maintain continuous improvement boards throughout the company,
Identify and prioritize areas for reducing waste and improving efficiency, make recommendations to top management for specific lean projects, train employees on the basic methodology of lean, support and advise managers on small projects such as 5S and rapid improvement, and
Perform root cause analysis on all failures (whether man/material/or process oriented) while implementing corrective action.

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