Continuous Improvement Manager


CI Manager

Job Description:

1. Analyze Business Processes

- Analyze existing business processes using various methods such as gap analysis or PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) to find opportunities for improvement as well as losses which troubleshoot further to determine root causes.

- Identify, remove, and minimize the impact of manufacturing opportunities through waste elimination, increased capacity, improved efficiency, improved logistics, and reduced complexity.

2. Develop Strategies

-  Act as internal consultants, developing short- and long-term strategies for the organization and incorporating Six Sigma, Agile, and other practices. goal is to facilitate progress and reduce costs for workflow inefficiencies.

3. Lead Activities·

- Kaizen events, 5S, Six-Sigma, OEE, mistake proofing, etc. to reduce waste, optimize capital assets and improving throughput.

- Develop training and coaching plan, communicate learning points and best practices from improvement projects.

4. Monitor Progress

- Facilitate Kaizen events with cross-functional teams

- Prepare monthly report for regional manager; communicate and report progress, status to region lean consultant & technical managers for any decisions.

- Prepare technical reports, case study documentation and training manuals. Ensure that a project plan is developed and agreed for each defined project.

5. Provide Mentorship

- Mentor and train related stakeholders in lean tools and principles.

- Provide guidance to sustain improvement changes.

Job Requirement:

- Education: Bachelor degree: Industrial Engineering/Technical major or any related majors.

- Relevant Experience: Minimum 5 years of experience in similar role in FDI manufacturing companies

- Green Belt in 6 Sigma Certified

Knowledge & skills:

- Technical expertise – it’s essential for continuous improvement managers to have a firm understanding of process improvement techniques and experience applying these if they are to make organizational changes;

- Organization skills – continuous improvement managers spearhead both the planning and implementation stages of multiple projects, so they must be organized and committed to meeting deadlines;

- Leadership skills – more than supervisors, continuous improvement managers are coaches and company game-changers, inspiring other team members to give their best effort and setting the direction for many initiatives;

- Analytical thinking – continuous improvement managers critically evaluate individual processes and projects, then synthesize their insights to arrive at a summary of overall organizational status;

- Communication skills – being able to speak, listen, and write well is important, as continuous improvement managers often hold presentations, facilitate meetings and trainings, and create reports.

Other Information:

- Working Place: Hiep Phuoc Plant – Lot B3a, Hiep Phuoc IP, Hiep Phuoc Commune, Nha Be Ward, HCMC (shuttle bus provided in Dist 1, HCMC - picking time at 7:00am at Bitexco Hai Trieu);

- Working Time: 8:00AM – 5:00PM (the breaking time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM);

- Apply your CV via or Mobile/ Zalo: 035 790 1763 (Ms. Anh Le)