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Location: Xuzhou, 32, China
Date Posted: Sep 30, 2020
Responsible for leading CXL campus level strategy projects. Lead project teams to improve critical business processes that drive financial results. Scope significantly complex projects develop project plans and business cases. Train, develop and lead project team members.
As with all 6 Sigma Black Belts, individuals in these roles will be asked to train and lead improvement project teams. The Black Belts should be capable of concurrently leading 2-4 projects. The majority of these projects will be of significant complexity and will often involve efforts across many functional areas within a Business Unit and potentially across multiple Business Units.
Lead improvement projects within the value center and effectively coordinate these projects with the Project Sponsor and other improvement project teams. Project leadership includes identifying opportunities, defining and financially justifying projects, launching project teams, using good project management to manage team activities, leading teams to execute projects using Design of Experiments and other methodology, tracking project status and results, removing and elevating project barriers, and developing team members. It is also critical to identify integration issues with other projects/processes and coordinate the improvements with the appropriate project/process owners to accomplish the project goals.
Measure results. Manage the development and maintenance of methods and systems for measuring the degree to which the project goals, objectives and metrics are being met. Provide Project Sponsor with the results and take corrective project action as required to improve on results below target.
Integrate improvement projects. Ensure projects are integrated with other business activities, improvement projects, and business strategy.
Communicate. Ensure multi-channel communication throughout the organization. This includes keeping the Project Sponsor informed of program status and ensuring coordination of activities with other Black Belts. Also, this includes capturing project case histories that can be re-used for other projects.
Provide quantitative data indicating the scope of the operation including current year and forecast sales, net income, total assets controlled, number of personnel, operating budget, and any other quantitative factors which describe the scope of the operation.
This position has significant impact on the success of 6 Sigma. The improvements will improve the company’s ability to meet customer expectations, improve quality, reduce cycle times, reduce cost and increase profits.
Must be a results oriented change agent who is an effective business systems thinker. Must be able to manage risk and ambiguity on a project.
Bachelors Degree, preferably in Engineering or Business or an equivalent level of work experience. Three to five years of professional level experience. Prior supervisory experience is a plus. Should have demonstrated project management skills, team leadership skills, and very good communication skills. Must have the ability to learn and do statistical analysis and have computer skills.