Lean Six Sigma Project Engineer

  • 51859
  • 21 Jan 2021
  • Troy, AL
  • Manufacturing
  • $70,000 - $100,000
  • Scott Heimberg

Job Description

Lean Six Sigma Project Engineer

The Lean Six Sigma Project Engineer is a key factory staff member responsible for developing a Factory Master Plan (FMP) roadmap aligned to the 1 to 5 year business plan designed to achieve Safety, Quality, Delivery, and Cost Objectives using lean tools, techniques, and methods. The Lean Six Sigma Project Engineer will work in concert with cross-functional teams and other departments to provide support in achieving the goals defined and established by upper management.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Coordinate, collect and analyze data to develop statistical problem and goal statements geared to deliver on annual Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost (S, Q, D, C) objectives
    • Convene, lead, and facilitate continuous improvement project teams motived to execute Kaizen/ Rapid Improvement Events in collaboration with value stream leaders and employees to jointly deliver on S, Q, D, C objectives
    • Convene and lead Factory Master Plan Project Team to develop an integrated plan to drive synchronization into our manufacturing processes, improve material flow and deliver on short and long-term S, Q, D, C objectives
    • Provide frequent updates in an effective and efficient manner through formal and informal presentation skills techniques to employees and leaders
    • Ensure change management objectives are met while all employees pertinent to the project are informed, engaged and committed to delivering on project deliverables/ objectives
    • Develop, identify, and share best manufacturing/ lean practices, methods, and ideas with all pertinent value streams leaders, as well as coach and mentor peers and leadership in lean six sigma methods
    • Provide Factory Master Plan leadership, counsel, and understanding of current and advanced lean techniques to drive business results as it relates to the overall operation
    • Develop Factory Master Plan options in collaboration with factory leadership to improve current state capabilities and position the organization closure to the future state plan
    • Develop and lead annual business planning (goal deployment) activities with Senior Leadership in order to chart the 1 to 3 year plan to drive S, Q, D, C and enhanced growth ambitions through new product introductions
    • Interpret customer needs and requirements, translate concepts into best practices, identify Assembly and Finishing process improvement opportunities, and quantify results and trends
    • Adhere and monitor SOP
    • Effectively communicate and notify supervisor when there are any discrepancies
    • Must be able to accurately input all required data into the manufacturing database
    • Complete other duties as assigned by manager

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • The successful candidate will possess at least 5 years of manufacturing experience incorporating Industrial Engineering and Lean Methodologies in high volume manufacturing processes
    • Demonstrable track record over a minimum of 5 years of successfully working in a high volume manufacturing environment in durable goods industries in roles that directly affected manufacturing results (Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost)
    • Knowledge of firearms; quality, features, safety, etc.
    • Experience in factory planning, rationalization, and materials management/ flow
    • Excellent communication skills both verbal and written
    • Cross functional team builder/player with high levels of professionalism, integrity, and enthusiasm
    • Advanced Factory Master Planning and goal deployment experience in which the candidate has led medium to large FMP projects to rationalize factories and lead annual business planning activities
    • Must be able to work accurately and efficiently in a fast work environment that has the potential to change due to regulatory and business needs
    • Need to be detail oriented and highly organized with the ability to multi-task
    • Experience working independently with little supervision

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

Required:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related field
    • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification through ASQ or equivalent certification

Preferred:

  • Master’s Degree in Engineering or related field

WHAT CANDIDATES SAY ABOUT THIS RECRUITER:
Scott was very great to work with. I always knew where I stood in the process, had great response time with him and was a great person just to talk to and bounce ideas off of. I highly recommend him and feel as if I made a great friend in the process.
Christina Keller