Continuous Improvement Manager

Location
Norfolk
Salary
£58000 - £65000 per annum
Posted
23 Oct 2018
Closes
20 Nov 2018
Ref
MC4225
Function
Operations
Business Sector
Food Manufacturing
Contract Type
Permanent

Continuous Improvement Manager

Posted by: Silven
Job Title: Continuous Improvement Manager
Location: Norfolk
Salary: c£58-65k, Pension, Bonus, Relocation

Our client is looking for a highly motivated CI Manager to join their Norfolk manufacturing site. They are renown for their exceptional products and excellent culture. As CI Manager, you have to love for CI and equally have a passion for engaging and motivating teams on their lean journey . You will be a key member of the senior team and will work together to deliver exceptional results.

The Candidate:

  • We're looking for a high calibre Continuous Improvement Manager who has a real passion for implementing change and has extensive experience of World Class Manufacturing within a high volume FMCG/ Manufacturing environment.
  • You will have either been a CI Manager or come from a strong operational management background with a strong Lean bias and want to move into a CI role.
  • As a successful CI Manager, you will have extensive experience of Lean Manufacturing strategies including Kaizan, Kanban, TPM, and SMED is essential. Exposure to would be highly desirable
  • You have excellent influencing skills, working at all levels of the organisation. You will have demonstrable examples of where you have engaged with multi-functional teams delivering results through coaching and mentoring.
  • You will be a natural motivator, with a holistic approach. You will have the ability to use your own initiative and be a strong decision maker
  • You'll be commercially astute, have strong analytical skills and be IT literate

Key responsibilities include:

  • Reporting to the Factory General Manager, the Continuous Improvement Manager is a key role for this flagship site. You will be responsible for developing and delivering the site improvement program, focusing on improving efficiency, waste reduction, process stabilisation, value creation and ensuring customer service
  • Working closely working with the Engineering, Operations, Technical and other support functions.You will lead the site change process by facilitating best practice and sustainable process improvement.
  • Leading and facilitating focused improvement activities through the Lean program using appropriate CI tools and techniques.

To apply for this exciting opportunity, please send a copy of your CV quoting ref MC4225 or call me on 01485 520000 for a confidential discussion.

 

 

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