Continuous Improvement Lead
CK Science are recruiting for a Continuous Improvement Lead to join a fast paced global healthcare organisation in Hull on a permanent basis. This is ideal for someone who is familiar with Lean methodologies with great project management and influencing skills, Six-sigma qualifications and the ability to define a problem and translate laboratory needs to IT.
Benefits: On offer is a very competitive salary with excellent benefits, car allowance and bonus.
The Company: This is an outstanding opportunity to work for a globally recognised company that has invested heavily into their state of the art R&D and manufacturing facility located in Hull (UK's City of Culture in 2017). It is one of the most impressive work spaces I have seen and the company is able to offer a fun and energetic working environment that will appeal to all, with excellent career progression and training opportunities.
- Translate business needs from the QC Laboratories into improvement action plans with a strong focus on people and technology.
- Create, manage and execute the Lean Laboratory strategy based on the DMAIC continuous improvement model.
- To succeed in this role, you will have a background in QC analytical methodologies, with a continuous improvement mindset and the ability to foster relationships with teams across departments.
This role would be of interest for anyone from an R&D, Supply Chain background that has worked within a fast-paced pharmaceutical/FMCG sector.
- Degree in a relevant scientific discipline e.g. Pharmacy, Engineering, Biology or Chemistry.
- Experience within Healthcare/FMCG multidisciplinary environment.
- Broad knowledge of regulatory requirements at an international level.
- Experience of working and delivering in a matrix organisation.
- Excellent knowledge of Excel and business intelligence tools (e.g. PowerBI).
For more information or to apply for this Continuous Improvement Lead position, please contact Naynesh Mistry on 01246 457703 or firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job ref 47961.
It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.