Org Marketing StatementWith annual sales of $12 billion in fiscal year 2017, Parker Hannifin is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. The company has operations in 50 countries around the world. Parker has increased its annual dividends paid to shareholders for 61 consecutive fiscal years, among the top five longest-running dividend-increase records in the S&P 500 index. .
Essential FunctionsResponsible for leading the Division in its Lean Transformation journey through the implementation of the Parker Lean System (PLS). Delivers practical, hands-on training and leadership to associates in PLS methodology and tools to optimize processes in all administrative, manufacturing and support areas. Measures and reports progress on an on-going basis using the Win Scorecard and PLS Lean Journey Assessment. Trains and develops associates in PLS methodology and tools to eliminate waste in all administrative, manufacturing and support functions. .
ResponsibilitiesGuides all PLS initiatives within the Division. Works with Division staff and Plant level management on Lean implementation using Parker Lean Systems as the principal tool. Ensures the development of a robust Lean Future State Strategy to be implemented Division-wide. The Division Lean Manager will ensure adherence to PLS standards at the Division for the Site, Value Stream and Team Improvement Boards, enabling a PDCA culture and progression of the Lean Journey. Provides high level of technical and operational recommendations in meeting productivity, material control, product quality, and customer service goals. Helps develop all division leadership in the PLS tools and processes with an emphasis on leading the execution of implementation plans relative to the Lean Journey Assessment, Division Strategy Deployment, and Future State Site Plans. Ensures on-going education of all employees at the Division in PLS. Promotes a Continuous Learning environment. Communicates the status of all Lean efforts to the Group Lean Manager. Provides documentation of results and benefits achieved to the Division Staff and the Corporate Lean Leader, as reported through Parker's Lean Journey Assessment and Win scorecard. Shares “best practice” methods and ideas with Group Lean Manager. .
QualificationsSeven - ten years of manufacturing experience demonstrating success of lean transformations through a hands-on approach to continuous improvement. Four-year degree or equivalent required. A vast understanding of Lean principles such as Value Stream Mapping, Just-In-Time, Demand Flow, Single Piece Flow, Five S’s, Visual Management, Total Productive Maintenance, Continuous Improvement Process, Kaizen, SPC, Six Sigma and Communication Tools, Statistical Problem Solving, ISO, QS9000 or similar. Has participated in numerous other Kaizen events preferably in both the manufacturing and office areas. Good understanding of financial measurements and goals in the Lean enterprise. Excellent communication skills to lead and support empowered employees in a Team environment. Good presentation skills to effectively share the success and ideas of the Division. .
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