Continuous Improvement Manager

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Improvement Operations Lead

Must hold a four-year college degree.

A well-established and renowned organization is offering an exciting opportunity for an Improvement Operations Lead at a process manufacturing facility in Indianapolis, IN. This role has become available due to an internal transfer. The company offers generous benefits, including a 401K plan with a 6% match and an additional 3% contribution from the company. There is also a potential for a 15% bonus and 168 hours of paid time off (accrued monthly and can be used in advance). Relocation opportunities are available nationwide. As an Improvement Operations Lead, you will collaborate with your team to ensure continuous learning and improvement, striving for World Class sustainable performance.


  • Provide leadership and expert knowledge in the best practices of the company’s performance system.
  • Oversee the implementation of the company’s performance system and lead the cultural shift towards pillar management.
  • Coordinate and support the leads for various plant pillars and platforms, including 5S, Safety, Planned Maintenance, Focused Improvement, and more.
  • Engage and mentor all associates through hands-on mentoring and audits.
  • Monitor the timeline of the Sprint Plan and ensure successful completion by engaging with pillar leads and plant leadership.
  • Lead the Reliability Improvement Plans (RIP), establish action plans, and schedule follow-up meetings.
  • Coach teams in giving and receiving feedback, root cause analysis, trade-off analysis, interpersonal communication, and external interactions.
  • Collaborate with Operations teams to cultivate an Autonomous Maintenance work culture and ensure operations run smoothly.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Organizational Development, Engineering, or related fields
  • At least 5 years of experience in plant manufacturing
  • At least 5 years of experience in Continuous Improvement environment, such as TPM, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, and related process improvement systems.
  • At least 5 years of experience in mentoring teams and individuals
  • At least 5 years of experience with root-cause analysis, data collection, and using TPM/company performance system concepts, such as “Why, Why/How, How” and Phenomena Thinking.

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