Continuous Improvement/Quality Manager

  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Manufacturing / Plant
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Nisku, Alberta

Adecco is currently recruiting for a full time permanent Continuous Improvement/Quality Manager role in Edmonton, AB. The Continuous Improvement/Quality Manager will be responsible for managing all process improvement activities for this well established, national manufacturer/distributor. Our client is offering a lucrative total rewards package including an annual base salary, bonus potential, benefits and plenty of additional perks.

Continuous Improvement/Quality Manager Responsibilities:

Maintain all process improvement activities
Responsible for all training related to relevant improvement projects
Analyze and troubleshoot manufacturing and business requirements including materials and labour costs
Develop budgets and cost analysis on all projects
Mentor and train various teams on all lean and six sigma initiatives
Maintain data reporting on projects and achievements

Qualifications:

University degree in a relevant field or equivalent employment experience
7-10 years of related experience working in a manufacturing setting in a continuous improvement leadership role
Lean six sigma and continuous improvement experience and formal training
experience working in a packaging and distribution facility a must
Excellent training, coaching and verbal communication skills
Self starter who is approachable, thorough and dedicated

If you are interested in applying to the Continuous Improvement/Quality Manager role in Edmonton, AB, please click the APPLY NOW button for immediate consideration.
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  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_2_026531_29426

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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