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Continuous Improvement Manager

Continuous Improvement Manager
job details:
+ location:Calverton, NY
+ salary:$110,000 - $120,000 per year
+ date posted:Thursday, December 13, 2018
+ experience:8 years
+ job type:Permanent
+ industry:Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries
+ reference:145312
job description
Continuous Improvement Manager
Permanent position: Continuous Improvement Manager needed for a full-time opportunity in the Calverton, NY area. The Process Engineering Manager will be responsible for leading a team to achieve process control and continuous improvement, driving cost reductions, and ensuring that products are manufactured efficiently and cost effectively.
Responsibilities for the Continuous Improvement Manager
+ Provide leadership to Process Engineering team to ensure that products are manufactured efficiently and cost effectively.
+ Lead team to achieve process control and continuous improvement.
+ Lead development of visual good run settings, continuous improvement project activities.
+ Identify and drive cost reductions related to utilities and efficiency improvements.
Requirements for the Continuous Improvement Manager
+ Bachelor's Degree in Engineering with at least 5 years of experience in Process Engineering in a manufacturing environment.
+ Experience and understanding of process systems, metrics, CIP, and SPC.
Benefits
+ Competitive benefits package.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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