SIX SIGMA LEADER (MASTER BLACK BELT)

» Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Current Vacancies | 0 comments

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London

Attractive base salary + rewards package to include bonus, pension, healthcare

 Seeking to further improve their operating performance through continued leverage of their core Lean Six Sigma initiatives, our global FTSE 100 client is requiring a special person to join their central Lean Enterprise division. A person who has proven hands-on delivery and thought leadership success in applying sustainable Lean Six Sigma principles and practices and has the track record and capability to:

i) Support and maintain momentum for the company’s strategic initiative to create a ‘Lean’ culture across there core business processes outside of manufacturing.
ii) Lead and support a 6 Sigma program to achieve heightened savings and leveraged transfer of best practices.
iii) Support the company’s quest to achieve Shingo Prize award status and build a mechanism to internalise this program and embed Lean Enterprise at principle level.

Leading strategic and significant cross functional change projects, the successful candidate will have mastery-level Lean and Six Sigma skills (i.e. industry recognised MBB certification or experienced transactional BB) and be a natural leader and thought partner to the Lean Enterprise team. With a successful track record of training and mentoring to BB level together with delivering tangible and sustained improvements in diverse transactional environments, candidates will be degree qualified and have the ability to build influential relationships at all levels and share complex information in a language that is meaningful to all.

Travel expectation is 30-50%.

Unrivalled career progression is available for successful applicants.

Interested? Please e-mail your CV with a covering letter including your current salary to Daniel McDonald at Lean Executives.

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