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Date Posted: 3/9/2019

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Job Description

Working in close partnership with our customers, we solve complex engineering challenges to transform the way we fly, drive, build and power.
Reporting to the Engineering, Maintenance & ABS Manager, you will be located at our manufacturing facility in Clayton, Melbourne. 
Areas of accountability include:
  • Use continuous improvement and lean manufacturing methodologies to improve machine reliability, performance, safety and quality
  • Prepare and analyse product and process flow charts, value stream maps and flow paths to reduce throughput and downtime to maximise OEE
  • Collect, analyse and review machine and production data to provide recommendations for sustained improvements
  • Implement and ensure a TPM/AM system is maintained for machines
  • Assist with conducting risk assessments and following up on findings
  • Engage all employees to undertake 5S activities to drive a cultural improvement
  • Prepare, conduct and follow-up on Kaizens
  • Review, standardise and improve work instructions
  • Prepare training materials and deliver training to ensure the safe and efficient operation of plant
  • Work with the Engineering team to design and implement process and machine improvement solutions

Job Requirements

The ideal applicant will have:
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Industrial, Manufacturing, Mechanical or other relevant disciplines)
  • 1-2 years of Lean/ Continuous Improvement role in a manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge and understanding of Continuous Improvement principle and practices, including but not limited to Kaizen, 5S, 6 Sigma, TPM/AM and lean manufacturing
  • Advanced Microsoft Office suit
  • Database design and coding
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a great team player
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt qualification will be advantageous but not essential