MANAGER, OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
The Manager, Operational Excellence is responsible for supporting the development of an operational excellence program with the objectives to deliver $15 Million in annual savings within the program’s first year.
Through the establishment of a Continuous improvement culture that is focused on waste elimination, process optimization, capability building and the relentless engagement of team members to take accountability for improvements and the sustainability of the program.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES :
Support the development of an OpEx through the implementation of KPIs, scorecards measuring and tracking progress towards goals and reporting of results.
Execution of the consistent delivery of the program across multiple sites
Identify OpEx tools to be implemented that best fit the objectives and opportunities at each site or group to meet program goals
Design and execute time studies, prepare documentation, write and update SOPs, collaborate with area leaders to establish KPIs and standards to measure performance
Train, coach, and mentor team members at all levels of the organization on the tools and methods to ensure the sustainability of the program.
Facilitate collaboration and information sharing across the organization
Proactively identify and mitigate roadblocks, escalate issue as required
Design and facilitate mini transformations, Kaizens, training, and collaboration workshops
Work with a variety of data sources, strong analytical and problem-solving skills and high level of attention to detail
Other duties as assigned
Reporting to the Director of Operational Excellence
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES :
Strong leadership, communication and influencing skills, and ability to navigate across the organization
Ability to engage and excite diverse teams to identify common goals, drive consensus and manage conflict
Exceptional change management skills adopting and implementing tools and programs
Ability to think strategically, work independently, problem solve and make quick decisions
Accountable for results, strives to meet and exceed expectations, owns mistakes learns from them
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION :
3-5 years of experience leading in a Manufacturing environment (preferably CPG, Pharma)
Experience participating in an operational excellence program (lean / six sigma) in a Manufacturing environment is an asset
Black Belt an asset
Project management experience an asset
University Degree is an Engineering, Science or Finance
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Excel, Outlook, Word & PowerPoint), proficient in data visualization software (Tableau, Minitab, JMP)
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