Lean Manufacturing / Six Sigma

A defined improvement procedure is a crucial consideration for any company looking to obtain a competitive advantage with their products, services and/or processes. This is referred to as a continuous improvement process and it is an ongoing effort. There are a number of different tools and techniques used to achieve continuous improvement, including Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing.
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The ways in which a company can go about their continuous improvement process vary widely and involve a number of key methodologies and techniques. These are all measured in a way of understanding current processes, identifying inadequacies, and then either reducing or eliminating them. Being a continual process, this tends to focus on gradual improvements.

One of the methodologies involved in process improvement is Lean Six Sigma. This combines key methods from both Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma to form a key business management strategy. Each continuous improvement project implemented has defined financial expectations on how it will impact the business (i.e. reduce waste and therefore increase profitability). To achieve its goals, the project will follow a defined sequence of steps which are consistent across all projects.

As an instrumental part of any business, Lean Six Sigma is recognised as an essential practice and requires specific training. The training in this field is via a belt-based system which provides certification at a range of levels: White, Yellow, Green, Black, and Master Black Belt.

Lean Six Sigma jobs for which we recruit include:
  • Continuous Improvement Manager
  • Process Improvement Specialist
  • Process Improvement Technologist
  • Six Sigma Manager
  • Lean Manufacturing Expert
We are an experienced recruitment agency and we have a passion for supporting all areas of Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement. If you are interested in exploring new lean manufacturing jobs, please get in touch with HRS today.