Continuous Improvement / Enterprise Excellence - Project Engineer / Analyst
Our client, a medical device company in Galway are currently looking to recruit a Continuous Improvement / Enterprise Excellence - Project Engineer / Analyst for their site.
- You will drive MOS/COS Culture Change, influencing change whilst driving process and systems excellence.
- You will be responsible for working on the development of Lean/MOS Principles, Systems and Tools in line with the Cell Operating System.
- You will be responsible for guiding, coaching and supporting the conversion of workflows to COS including appropriate stabilization efforts.
- Through this workflow transformation activity you will passionately lead, advocate and champion the pursuit of the COS Target Conditions.
- Your role will involve the development and implementation of Connected COS systems incorporating appropriate Flow/Pull connections across the value stream.
- Through hands on immersion and learning at the Gemba, you will drive the development of the Cell Operating System through Systems Thinking in the pursuit of the next level of everybody everyday improvement.
- This role will involve developing A3/DMAIC problem solving competency of the organisation whilst providing 6 sigma tools and methodology support in the resolution of key business issues.
- We are looking for a qualified person to min degree Level 8 in Engineering or Business with 1-3 years relevant experience.
- You have experience or practice in Systems Thinking and Coaching with a basic understanding of MOS Principles and Cell Operating System.
- A proven track record in A3/DMAIC is an advantage.
- You are a dynamic team player and leader and can work effectively and proactively on cross-functional teams.
- You are innovative by nature, comfortable at implementing significant change with strong interpersonal and people skills.
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