Terex Corporation

  • Lean Workshop Leader

    Location US-WA-Redmond
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/9/2018 10:51 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-37913
    # Positions
    1
    Category
    Operations
  • Overview:

    Terex Corporation is a $4.5 billion, publicly traded global manufacturer of lifting and material processing products and services.  The company is passionate about producing equipment that improves the lives of people around the world.  Terex operations are global, yet each office or factory is a close-knit community.  Terex provides team members with a rewarding career and the opportunity to make an impact.  The company values diversity and inclusion, safety, integrity, respect, servant leadership, courage and citizenship.  It encourages continuous improvement and offers free courses available through Terex University.  Women@Terex provides a supportive network for Terex women in their jobs and careers.  It’s an exciting time to be part of the expanding manufacturing sector.  Terex is a place where you can work and grow.  Come talk to us!   

    Genie Industries/Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP), a business segment of the Terex Corporation, is headquartered in Redmond, WA with branch offices worldwide; we manufacture material lifts, aerial work platforms, trailer-mounted booms and light towers, telehandlers, scissor lifts and self-propelled telescopic and articulating booms.  We are a company with a strong safety first mentality, team based culture, respect for the individual and high integrity.  This position is located in Redmond, WA.

    Genie sets the standard by which other lifts are judged. Simply put, we build a better lift. Our innovative designs and reliable products have made Genie a world leader in the production of material lifts, portable aerial work platforms, scissor lifts, and self-propelled telescopic and articulated booms. The right time is now to come join us as we grow and expand to meet our customers' needs

    Responsibilities:

    To promote lean manufacturing principles and support company wide improvement initiatives by providing daily coaching, formal training and project management to plant-level improvement teams and plans.

    • Conducts classroom training in lean manufacturing principles
    • Develops value stream strategies and improvement plans
    • Teams with process owners to identify improvement opportunities
    • Prepares and leads kaizen events and projects to support plant improvement
    • Facilitates sustainment of improvement activities and results
    • Engages as a hands-on coach and participant to team based improvement projects
    • Manages improvement resources as required to meet customer needs
    • Provides technical guidance in developing manufacturing/business process and system designs

    Qualifications:

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Minimum of two (2) years working within a Lean Operating System
    • College degree in IE, ME, Business or applicable work experience
    • Skilled with MS business applications including Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Outlook

    Requirements:

    • In-depth knowledge of the principles, tools and techniques of Lean Manufacturing
    • Experienced in the education and mentorship of Team Members in a broad range of Lean Production philosophies to include: the Shop Floor Kaizen process, Production Preparation Process, Distribution Kaizen, Material & Information Flow Mapping and Administrative Kaizen.
    • Ability to develop or tailor customized training to specific customer needs
    • Proven capability to lead groups through technical problem solving activity
    • Able to manage multiple responsibilities and priorities concurrently
    • Skilled at identifying, targeting and prioritizing areas and/or processes for improvement
    • Ability to determine appropriate tools, methodologies and timing of improvement activity to best achieve business objectives.
    • Demonstrated success in the planning ,execution and follow-up of kaizen events and projects
    • Able to work with area Management to ensure successful follow-up to workshops
    • Develop Team Members’ ability to utilize improvement tools and methodologies
    • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills
    • Demonstrated interpersonal and relationship building skills
    • Experience with fabrication, weld, paint and assembly preferred

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