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Continual Improvement Advisor
Connecticut Childrens
Serves as an internal consultant to organization leadership for enabling the execution of key process improvement projects. Leads, facilitates, coaches and supports cross-functional teams to improve and redesign clinical and operational processes critical to safe, high quality, efficient, patient and family-centered care. Supports the organization's efforts to adopt consistent, effective policies and procedures related to process improvement, developing and training leadership and project teams to employ.

Enterprise Project Management Office - Project Manager
Connecticut Childrens
The Enterprise Project Management Office(EPMO) Project Manager manages assigned strategic projects, including IS projects, following standard project management methodologies. The Project Manager serves as the leading project management resource for assigned projects. The Project Manager plans, leads, and manages projects of varying levels of size, cost, complexity and impact and ensures adherence to timelines, budget and scope. He/she also manages the overall plan and coordinates cross functional teams, external vendors and consultants throughout the project including initiation, planning, requirements and scope definition, design, build, testing, training and implementation. The project manager also assists in the development of project management standards and tools.
Industrial Engineer
Mountaire Farms Inc.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:

To improve and improve the continuous improvement program driving the focus and passion for continuous improvement.
Plan and design systems to maximize productivity and reduce system wastes. Optimize existing system to improve costs and improve customer value creation.
Design workflows, improve production methods and production processes to resolve production bottlenecks and inefficiencies, maximize production reliability and minimize costs.
You will provide training for SMED, DMAIC, 5S, Kanban, Centerline, and other Continuous Improvement tools.
Work with internal customers to analyze operations, implement process improvements, develop, and maintain labor standards.
Track KPIs and coordinate improvement plans to optimize plant performance.
Perform time and motion studies and work sampling to determine optimum staffing of plant.
Lead Continuous Improvement/Lean kaizen events to improve cost and quality.
Senior Business Project Manager
Southcoast Health
We are searching for a Senior Business Project Manager to be an advocate of the Enterprise Project Management Office’s (ePMO) policies and procedures. The Senior Project Manager is responsible for implementation of strategic initiatives, business and clinical projects and process improvement projects throughout the organization.

- Accountable for mentoring operational leaders on the organizational project management methodologies, processes, and tools.
- Under the general direction of the Manager of the ePMO, the Senior Project Manager will be responsible for the initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, controlling, and closing of strategic initiatives.
- Collaborate with executive-level managers and provide relevant feedback regarding the performance of employees and deliverables within the programs and projects.
- Provide a holistic status of the overall health of programs and projects resources, timelines, financials, RAID (Risk, Actions, Issues and Decisions) and operational impact on a regular basis. Resolve issues promptly or escalate to organization enablers that can influence the resolution in a timely manner.
- Ensure the project teams have a supportive and dynamic workspace and the resources they need to produce the deliverables they are accountable for.
- Discuss quality of assignments with employees and highlight areas that need improvement in the future.
- Support/advocate the ePMO policies and procedures.
Continuous Improvement / Lean Leader
Evoqua Water Technologies
The Lean Leader will support and participate in the execution of strategies that support and drive Evoqua’s Lean transformation and focus on improving our value proposition to the customer while delivering significant financial results to the bottom line. The Lean Leader will work multiple areas of our business and have the opportunity for high level visibility.
• Provide support to teams across the company on Lean bootcamp training, projects, and certifications by utilizing processes, methods and tools from the lean, six sigma and Problem Solving methodologies.
• Participate in Lean steering committees across the company to help drive cultural lean development and empowerment at a macro level, while supporting transformations and events to eliminate waste from the organization.
Work with managers and supervisors to focus on Lean activities within their areas of responsibility.
• Mentor practitioners across the company on Lean principles, tools, techniques and their applications on concrete issues.
• Facilitate 5S and other Kaizen events with functional teams.
• Analyze current and past trends in KPI’s and causes of unexpected variance.
• Proactively identify and communicate areas for operational and strategic improvement and share best practices / learning’s.
• Exemplify and secure the company values / principles in all aspects internally as well as externally.
• Live our culture and exemplify our Growth Enabling Behaviors to be highly enabled to deliver, highly empowered to succeed and highly accountable to lead.
Required: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Business
Preferred: Lean or Lean / Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
-Minimum of 5 years of industry experience in lean/CI
-Experience working with teams in a multi-national environment.
-Problem solving and analytical skills.
-Project management and team-player skills.
-Strong communication skills, energetic personality, driver
Operations Engineer
This is a full-time, exempt position. Why Inkbit might be great for you
We are a collaborative team in the process of growing and passionate about creating the next-generation 3D printing platform. Our goal is to change the world of 3D printing using advanced technology and innovative materials. Our people are key to achieving this goal.
You would join a team that is small enough that you will know everyone else well, where you will collaborate closely to solve exciting, impactful problems in 3D printing, and where you will be surrounded by others who are great at what they do and who are supportive team-players. At
Inkbit, you will grow professionally in a teamwork-centric environment and will make impactful contributions to the team and the future of manufacturing.

What we are looking for in an Operations Engineer
We are establishing a world-class smart factory with two goals.  First, we want to create a showcase facility that will serve as a model for our customers.  The second is to use this Digital Factory to safely and profitably make large quantities of high-quality parts.  When our customers visit our HQ, we want them to see a great example of how Inkbit’s equipment should be installed and used to create the most value.  The OE will have a lead role in building this world-class
facility. The OE will be responsible for developing, improving, automating, documenting and validating the factory workflows. The Inkbit technology allows for the manufacture of parts with dramatically lower labor and processing time when compared to other 3D printing platforms like SLA and DLP. These advantages have been proven out but now need to be industrialized for scale-up and customer use.
In addition, the OE will establish critical factory processes like material kanbans, packaging, shipping, and others. The OE will also take a lead role in establishing the MES, machine monitoring, and other systems.
The OE has a lead role in enabling a culture of metrics, CI...
Manufacturing Manager
Boston Centerless
This position is accountable for managing and supervising the operations team and services within the assigned shift. He/she will be responsible for all aspects of performance, including process control, on-time delivery, quality, planning/scheduling, process design, and continuous improvement. Must be able to work cooperatively with leaders and managers to optimize the shift in the eyes of the customer. Works in partnership with others to coordinate daily shipments and balance the production load throughout the operation. Is comfortable working in a matrix organization to coordinate support functions and ensure overall customer needs are met.


Align team efforts to ensure they support the Company’s business strategies.
Assess strengths and growth areas for team members.
Assist in the hiring process and performance evaluations
Coach, train, support and develop a team of flexible, multi-skilled employees in accordance with our lean philosophy, company vision, values, and strategic direction.
Promote safety and ensure a safe work environment and work habits.
Ensure quality assurance standards are being met within the plant.
Review production orders and schedules to ascertain product data such as quantity, specification, and scheduled delivery dates to plan focused operations. Emphasizes safety, quality, cost, on-time delivery, and customer satisfaction.
Ability to train, coach and implement lean thinking: TPS methodology and tools, value stream mapping, current/future state value stream analysis, Kaizen, 5S, visual management, standardized work, elimination of wastes, process controls, virtual Kanban for enhanced information flow, problem solving.
Complete required reporting and administrative tasks, such as time and attendance, vacations, key performance metrics, quick and easy Kaizen, 6S audits, direct/indirect hours control, quality/scrap, etc.

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