|給与||850万円 ~ 1200万円|
Continuous Improvement Leader – Can be based in Tokyo or Kariwa.
Baker Hughes, Kariwa, Japan
Baker Hughes Kariwa is a critical hub for production of engineered to order Masoneilan flow control valves and actuators for our valued Japan and greater Asia customers. The Kariwa factory produces approximately $75M annually in revenue. 80% of the volume is for Japan customers and 20% is supplied to other global customers, primarily in Asia. Baker Hughes Kariwa is the flow control valve provider of choice for customers such as Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Kubota, TOYO and many others in diverse applications such as power, petrochemical, general process, and oil & gas.
The Kariwa factory has approximately 230 dedicated employees and includes the functions of customer service, project management, engineering, planning, purchasing, manufacturing engineering, quality assurance, machining, assembly, testing, shipping and logistics.
Baker Hughes Kariwa is looking for a Continuous Improvement Leader (i.e. Lean & Kaizen Leader) that will provide leadership to our devoted employees, enabling the team to continuously improve responsiveness and value for our customers. This position will report directly to the Plant Manager, and will be a member of, and supported by, a global Continuous Improvement network.
Primary job responsibilities are:
Coach and mentor a cross-functional team on how to identify and eliminate non-value add activities in all process.
Developing plant lean strategy, goal and plan together with function leaders for productivity (Plan)
Providing adequate lean training and drive Kaizen Projects with functional leaders. (Do)
Monitoring and reviewing Kaizen projects and other performance metrics together with function leaders. (Check)
Coaching function leaders next actions for the goals. (Action)
Facilitating Kaikaku events, with the support of local cross-functional team members, to address bottlenecks and pain points throughout the full value stream – from quotation to shipment.
Developing a Kaizen culture through daily Gemba and teaching cross functional team how to identify waste.
Develop a team of specialists that understand continuous improvement and waste elimination practices such as Toyota Production System, Lean, or other similar methodology.
Provide guidance to functional managers to help them address challenges affecting employee well-being, productivity, quality, cycle time, or responsiveness to customers.
Some international travel will be required (<10%).
Bachelor’s Degree in a technical or business field from an accredited college or university.
Minimum of 5 years of leading continuous improvement through implementation of Toyota Production System, Lean, or similar methodologies
Demonstrated improvement of business key performance indicators.
Good business level proficiency in English and Japanese
|英語レベル||ビジネス会話レベル (英語使用比率: 75％程度)|
|給与||850万円 ~ 1200万円|