Regional Continuous Improvement Engineer

Job Title: Regional Continuous Improvement Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Leicester, England
Salary: £40000 - £50000 per annum
Start Date: 2019-04-29
Reference: BH-107317
Contact Name: Michael Gilsenan
Contact Email:
Job Published: April 30, 2019 09:07

Job Description

Regional Continuous Improvement Engineer – Midlands - £40,000 - £50,000 + Company Car, holidays and pension

One of the UK’s leading manufacturers is currently recruiting for a Regional Continuous Improvement Engineer to cover a number of sites across the UK. The role will involve working with individual sites to identify and implement improvements within the manufacturing processes.

The company have an ever growing demand for their products which has seen them grow to become one of the leading manufacturers in their industry – making them a great company to work for.

  • Proactively drive continuous and process improvement culture across all levels of the organisation
  • Create best practice and promote shared learnings across the business
  • Coach & train individuals / groups in a variety of Process Improvement tools (Value Stream Mapping, Route Cause Analysis, 5S, Cycle time, OEE etc.)
  • Developing communications channels build relationships with key stakeholders
  • Play an active role in improving the organisations competitiveness – increased reliability, productivity, reduce waste, improve quality etc.
  • Ideally qualified to HNC / HND level in an Engineering discipline
  • Knowledge of Continuous Improvement tools and techniques – Route Cause Analysis, SPC, Cycle time, OEE etc.
  • Effective communication skills
  • Knowledge of maintenance – PPM & Reactive
  • Experience working within Heavy Industry
  • Full UK Driving licence
  • Salary £40,000 - £50,000
  • Company Car  
  • Pension
  • Holidays
Key skills

Continuous improvement, process improvement, operational excellence, OPEX, Lean manufacturing, engineering, manufacturing, root cause analysis, Value stream mapping, VSM, maintenance, PPM, reactive, improvements, efficiency, productivity, output, throughput, OEE