Continuous Improvement Manager

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Improvement Manager

A well-known and reputable organization has an opening for an Improvement Manager in the Indianapolis, IN region at a facility that specializes in process manufacturing. This opportunity has become available due to an internal transfer. The role offers excellent benefits, including a 401K plan with a generous 100% match up to 6% and an additional 3% contribution from the company. There is also a potential for a 15% bonus and 168 hours of paid time off that can be used in advance. National relocation is an option for this position. As an Improvement Manager, you will collaborate with a team that prioritizes learning and continuous improvement in delivering sustained World Class performance.

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate exceptional leadership skills and expertise in best practices of the company’s performance system.
  • Oversee the implementation of the company’s performance system and lead the transformation to managing through pillars.
  • Coordinate and support the pillar and platform leads in the plant (5S, Safety, Planned Maintenance, Focused Improvement, etc.).
  • Engage all team members through hands-on mentoring and conducting audits.
  • Monitor the timeline of the Sprint Plan and work closely with pillar leads and plant leadership to ensure successful completion.
  • Take charge of the Reliability Improvement Plans (RIP), establishing action plans and scheduling follow-up meetings.
  • Coach teams on providing and receiving feedback, conducting root cause analysis, trade-off analysis, interpersonal communication, and external interactions.
  • Collaborate with the Operations teams to establish an Autonomous Maintenance work culture and adherence to centerline standards.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Organizational Development, Engineering, or related field.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in plant manufacturing
  • At least 5 years of experience in a Continuous Improvement environment, such as TPM, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, and other related process improvement systems.
  • Proven experience mentoring teams and individuals for a minimum of 5 years
  • Excellent skills in root-cause analysis, data collection, and the use of TPM and company performance system concepts such as “Why, Why/ How, How” and Phenomena Thinking for at least 5 years.

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