Continuous Improvement Lead

Adecco

Posted on Apr 25, 2024 by Adecco
Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom
Manufacturing
Immediate Start
£45k - £45k Annual
Full-Time

Job Title: Continuous Improvement Lead

Industry: Medical Device Manufacturing

Location: Plymouth

Position Type: Permanent

About The Company

Join a pioneering team at a UK-based company specializing in advanced wound care and wound closure products. An organisation dedicated to developing and manufacturing world-leading solutions that enhance patient care. With a wealth of resources and specialized expertise, they offer a unique opportunity to be part of a team involved in every aspect of product design, development, and manufacture.

Job Description

Overview

Responsible for all manufacturing processes, lean improvements, cost reduction, technical capability enhancement, process development, new production introduction delivering outputs in line with the business objectives on safety, quality, delivery, and cost. To execute site support activities and provide maintenance of all relevant operational equipment to ensure longevity and availability.

Key Responsibilities

  • Working closely alongside production operations to ensure the startup/shut down and continual running of all manufacturing processes.
  • Establish & maintain standard processes within the validated process window plus optimisation of the technical performance for all manufacturing elements.
  • Investigate and resolve issues related to the technical performance
  • Optimize and deliver continuous improvement on existing manufacturing processes.
  • Assist R&D with the introduction of new products and processes into manufacturing.
  • Development of new standard processes and ensure optimal implementation into manufacturing supported with initial procedures, training and coaching of manufacturing.
  • Collaborate with Group Engineering to execute or support assigned capital expenditure projects.
  • Maintain all production equipment to the defined schedule and provide maintenance of the whole site requirements including, fire system testing/training, legionella checks, calibration, and contractor control.

Qualifications

  • Current experience in production environment support role (or 5 years min).
  • Experience of developing and/or testing a process within a clean room manufacturing environment.
  • Good understanding of Lean Principles (5S/VSM/Kaizen).
  • Minimum of HNC level qualification in mechanical, electronic, industrial, or manufacturing engineering, or similar.
  • Experience in process and product validation (sterile packaging according to ISO 11607 would be advantageous).
  • Understanding of a quality management system (ISO13485/FDA) and medical device manufacturing advantageous.
  • Very good MS Office skills, especially Excel.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to communicate at all levels of the organization.
  • Effective time management with the ability to set priorities.
  • Good written and spoken English.

Salary & Benefits

  • Up to £45,000 per annum (Depending on Experience)
  • Annual incentive bonus
  • Life Cover
  • Penson contribution up to 6%
  • Dental Insurance
  • Employee share scheme

Other Information

  • Exciting opportunity to lead a transformative project with significant organizational impact.
  • Competitive salary package commensurate with experience.
  • Opportunity to work with a dynamic and collaborative team focused on driving continuous improvement and excellence.

How to Apply

Apply now by submitting your CV below, alternatively you can send your CV. Please include "Continuous Improvement Lead" in the subject line


Reference: 2751505230

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Adecco

Continuous Improvement Lead

Adecco

Posted on Apr 25, 2024 by Adecco

Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom
Manufacturing
Immediate Start
£45k - £45k Annual
Full-Time

Job Title: Continuous Improvement Lead

Industry: Medical Device Manufacturing

Location: Plymouth

Position Type: Permanent

About The Company

Join a pioneering team at a UK-based company specializing in advanced wound care and wound closure products. An organisation dedicated to developing and manufacturing world-leading solutions that enhance patient care. With a wealth of resources and specialized expertise, they offer a unique opportunity to be part of a team involved in every aspect of product design, development, and manufacture.

Job Description

Overview

Responsible for all manufacturing processes, lean improvements, cost reduction, technical capability enhancement, process development, new production introduction delivering outputs in line with the business objectives on safety, quality, delivery, and cost. To execute site support activities and provide maintenance of all relevant operational equipment to ensure longevity and availability.

Key Responsibilities

  • Working closely alongside production operations to ensure the startup/shut down and continual running of all manufacturing processes.
  • Establish & maintain standard processes within the validated process window plus optimisation of the technical performance for all manufacturing elements.
  • Investigate and resolve issues related to the technical performance
  • Optimize and deliver continuous improvement on existing manufacturing processes.
  • Assist R&D with the introduction of new products and processes into manufacturing.
  • Development of new standard processes and ensure optimal implementation into manufacturing supported with initial procedures, training and coaching of manufacturing.
  • Collaborate with Group Engineering to execute or support assigned capital expenditure projects.
  • Maintain all production equipment to the defined schedule and provide maintenance of the whole site requirements including, fire system testing/training, legionella checks, calibration, and contractor control.

Qualifications

  • Current experience in production environment support role (or 5 years min).
  • Experience of developing and/or testing a process within a clean room manufacturing environment.
  • Good understanding of Lean Principles (5S/VSM/Kaizen).
  • Minimum of HNC level qualification in mechanical, electronic, industrial, or manufacturing engineering, or similar.
  • Experience in process and product validation (sterile packaging according to ISO 11607 would be advantageous).
  • Understanding of a quality management system (ISO13485/FDA) and medical device manufacturing advantageous.
  • Very good MS Office skills, especially Excel.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to communicate at all levels of the organization.
  • Effective time management with the ability to set priorities.
  • Good written and spoken English.

Salary & Benefits

  • Up to £45,000 per annum (Depending on Experience)
  • Annual incentive bonus
  • Life Cover
  • Penson contribution up to 6%
  • Dental Insurance
  • Employee share scheme

Other Information

  • Exciting opportunity to lead a transformative project with significant organizational impact.
  • Competitive salary package commensurate with experience.
  • Opportunity to work with a dynamic and collaborative team focused on driving continuous improvement and excellence.

How to Apply

Apply now by submitting your CV below, alternatively you can send your CV. Please include "Continuous Improvement Lead" in the subject line

Reference: 2751505230

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