Jake Bennett in Akron, Ohio 69 months ago
My name is Jake Bennett and I'm an engineering recruiter with CST. My client is a Fortune 500 company. The job profile is as follow:
This position will also be accountable for using Lean techniques to increase employee engagement in order to establish a culture of continuous improvement. This position will lead CPI initiatives throughout the Value Streams using continuous improvement tools such as; kaizen events, 6-S, Six-Sigma, standard work, Kanban, Value Stream Mapping, etc. to reduce waste and optimizing capital assets.
This position requires a Bachelors degree in Engineering, Production Management, Operations, or 15 years related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. At least 5 years of supervisory experience preferred. Knowledge of Lean Concepts, training in Six Sigma Black Belt and Green Belt preferred.
Please send resume to email@example.com with your salary requirements.
jennifer in Range, Alabama 75 months ago
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