Kaizen Promotion Officer (KPO)

Position Details: Reports to: Operations Manager GENERAL PURPOSE: Research, plans, trains, executes and facilitates operational improvement programs in order to create a culture of continuous improvement and lean manufacturing that leads to associate empowerment, elimination of waste, and improvements in safety, quality, service and cost.Leads Kaizen events per Program guidelines designed to forward and sustain continuous improvement initiatives.Identify opportunities for Kaizen events that provide quantifiable and sustainable results.Develop and communicate metrics for measurement of continuous improvement; monitor and analyze quantitative and qualitative results related to initiatives on a continual basis. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:         Fosters a safety culture and the implementation of safety policies and training in compliance with the company safety program and OSHA regulations to eliminate work related injuries.         Leads Kaizen events and continuous improvement projects through cross-functional team facilitation and project management.         Uses lean manufacturing tools (e.g., value stream mapping, Kaizen, Charters, 5S, Gemba walks, LMS, root cause problem solving) to identify and develop solutions that drive operational improvement         Acts as primary liaison with steering committees and networks with other plant's KPOs to support programs designed to continually improve operations and eliminate waste         Provides leadership by mentoring associates in the use of Lean tools, ensuring transfer of knowledge, and creating a culture of continuous improvement         Collects and analyzes the data on Plant processes, procedures and performance using evaluation tools and makes recommendations on improvement opportunities         Tracks, monitors, and reports regularly on project status; monitor product and process improvement milestones to ensure on-time completion and sustainability         Analyzes, develops, ratifies, implements, and standardizes manufacturing best practices across the network         Establishes collaborative relationship with local plant leadership   REQUIREMENTS:         Minimum of 3 - 5 years in lean manufacturing         Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience         Experience leading/facilitating multiple Kaizen events/programs and/or key participant role in a large plant lean transformation initiative         Certified Six Sigma Black or Green belt         Willing and able to travel up to 20% This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties or responsibilitiesassociated with the job. Other job-related duties may be assigned. An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer Drug-Free Working Environment. Apply at link: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1077841&d=External&r=5000412478110&rb=THELADDERS
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Less than 5 years

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