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Process Lead

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Leclerc is a family business with 116 years of experience, tradition and know-how passed down from people with heart. Thanks to our 1,200 employees in eight plants in Canada and the United States, we are constantly innovating to exceed the expectations of both small and large appetites.

Reporting to the Process Manager to promote and support continuous improvement mindset growth and methods application, using lean methodologies. Working together with the Business Unit Leader and Maintenance Lead as a focused team, to support the production line and ensure that processes are well documented to drive improvement and sustainability.

Responsibilities:

  • Executes process improvement projects
  • Assistance in identifying opportunities for improvement and articulate a plan to achieve it
  • You will be part of the line team that manages improvements to equipment, process parameters, and centerlines on daily/weekly/yearly basis
  • Working closely with the maintenance lead and business unit leader to maintain and improve line efficiencies as well as meet all line objectives
  • Manages the change brought about the new methods
  • Organizes and participates in prevention activities and raises workers’ awareness of value-added production concepts
  • Analyze the various causes of waste and suggest improvements
  • Plan and organize the various improvement programs (H&S, TPM, 6S, Six Sigma, Ishikawa diagram, etc.)
  • Participation in T1, T2 meetings
  • Documents processes and writes work instructions and specifications
  • Defines standard processes and tools to manage centerlines and accelerate RCO (Rapid Change Over)
  • Helps to define daily plans, takes the lead on priority actions pertaining to processes, and systems, from action identification to completion
  • Supports the team in the implementation and continuous improvement of their respective Daily Management System (DMS) elements
  • Shares best practices with the other Process Leads
  • Support the Production Manager in fulfilling the mandates of the production operations to meet overall business objectives
  • Recommend and expedite system solutions, troubleshooting and modifications to existing equipment to improve and optimize line operations
  • Take initiative to focus on continuous improvement for personal development regarding updates on industry standards
  • Promote and be responsible for applying sound occupational health and safety management and ensure compliance with Leclerc safety standards
  • Provide resources and technological expertise within the plant
  • Any other duties requested by your supervisor

 

Qualifications:

  • Completed education in Operations Management or Engineering field OR Bachelor’s degree or technologist diploma plus relevant experience
  • Demonstrated experience with the different “Lean” approaches/tools; Lean certification, considered an asset
  • Have implemented or participated in the implementation of change management.
  • Have a good understanding of recognized process management, continuous improvement methods and problem-solving tools
  • Strong people management skills are a must
  • Must be capable at mentoring and coaching employees for success.
  • Strong communication skills (both oral and written)
  • Results-oriented and the ability to motivate a team to perform at high levels
  • Experience in troubleshooting and process improvement
  • Ability to make good decisions with an innovative approach
  • Ability to train and transfer knowledge effectively
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite
  • Experience with SAP considered an asset

Reporting to the Process Manager to promote and support continuous improvement mindset growth and methods application, using lean methodologies. Working together with the Business Unit Leader and Maintenance Lead as a focused team, to support the production line and ensure that processes are well documented to drive improvement and sustainability.

Responsibilities:
 - Executes process improvement projects
 - Assistance in identifying opportunities for improvement and articulate a plan to achieve it
 - You will be part of the line team that manages improvements to equipment, process parameters, and centerlines on daily/weekly/yearly basis
 - Working closely with the maintenance lead and business unit leader to maintain and improve line efficiencies as well as meet all line objectives
 - Manages the change brought about the new methods
 - Organizes and participates in prevention activities and raises workers’ awareness of value-added production concepts
 - Analyze the various causes of waste and suggest improvements
 - Plan and organize the various improvement programs (H&S, TPM, 6S, Six Sigma, Ishikawa diagram, etc.)
 - Participation in T1, T2 meetings
 - Documents processes and writes work instructions and specifications
 - Defines standard processes and tools to manage centerlines and accelerate RCO (Rapid Change Over)
 - Helps to define daily plans, takes the lead on priority actions pertaining to processes, and systems, from action identification to completion
 - Supports the team in the implementation and continuous improvement of their respective Daily Management System (DMS) elements
 - Shares best practices with the other Process Leads
 - Support the Production Manager in fulfilling the mandates of the production operations to meet overall business objectives
 - Recommend and expedite system solutions, troubleshooting and modifications to existing equipment to improve and optimize line operations
 - Take initiative to focus on continuous improvement for personal development regarding updates on industry standards
 - Promote and be responsible for applying sound occupational health and safety management and ensure compliance with Leclerc safety standards
 - Provide resources and technological expertise within the plant
 - Any other duties requested by your supervisor


 

Qualifications:
 - Completed education in Operations Management or Engineering field OR Bachelor’s degree or technologist diploma plus relevant experience
 - Demonstrated experience with the different “Lean” approaches/tools; Lean certification, considered an asset
 - Have implemented or participated in the implementation of change management.
 - Have a good understanding of recognized process management, continuous improvement methods and problem-solving tools
 - Strong people management skills are a must
 - Must be capable at mentoring and coaching employees for success.
 - Strong communication skills (both oral and written)
 - Results-oriented and the ability to motivate a team to perform at high levels
 - Experience in troubleshooting and process improvement
 - Ability to make good decisions with an innovative approach
 - Ability to train and transfer knowledge effectively
 - Proficient in Microsoft Office suite
 - Experience with SAP considered an asset