Process Improvement Leader

Job Description:
Immediate opening for a Process Improvement Leader in the Winona, MS area.
This Process Improvement Leader will be responsible for leading and managing cross-functional lean/process improvement projects and improvement initiatives.
Must Have : 4 year degree is a must have.
8+ years of related experience.
Six Sigma Black Belt or Six Sigma Green Belt a must have.
HVAC or Automotive background highly preferred.
Expertise with a broad toolbox of statistical skills for modeling and prediction.
Hands-on Factory Floor and Manufacturing experience.
Understanding of process best practices and barriers of implementation.
Looking for a strong business savvy/financial acumen understanding.
Must be able to lead and motivate cross-functional project teams.
Knowledge of conversion costs and business KPI's.
Comfortable being hands on out on the floor, business savvy, can manage conflict, results driven and looking for someone who is promotable.
Key Responsibilities: Responsible for leading and managing the dynamics of cross-functional process improvement projects and business-wide improvement initiatives.
Identify, suggest and implement best practices to facilitate best solutions and methods that will optimize processes in all areas.
Work with main clients and project business leaders to identify the gap between current and desired results.
Analyze current processes and design improvements.
Employ Six Sigma into organizational operations to accomplish business objectives.
Work with senior level management to integrate the Six Sigma or a related approach.
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