Work closely with Master Black Belt to deploy Lean Six Sigma across organization and within assigned area of focus.
Work with department leaders to identify and prioritize improvement opportunities, scope out improvement projects and translate functional goals into Six Sigma strategies/projects with measurable objectives.
Lead Black Belt-level process improvement initiatives with quantifiable results.
Facilitate Kaizen or quick improvement events that deliver quantifiable results.
Coach, train, and develop Green Belts, Yellow Belts and Champions in Lean Six Sigma methodology.
Provide expert guidance to multiple Lean Six Sigma project and Kaizen teams.
Disseminate process improvement methodologies and toolkits throughout the organization via formal and informal training and community of practice leadership
Institutionalize and champion Lean Six Sigma thinking and principles throughout the organization. Advocate and demonstrate the benefits of applying Lean and Six Sigma methodologies to achieving business objectives and financial performance targets
Achieve defined documented yearly financial benefit goals
Keep document repository, project and benefit databases updated
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience is acceptable
At least 5 years continuous improvement experience in DMAIC, DFSS, Kaizen or other relevant methodologies
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification
Experience implementing large scale initiatives and tracking results
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills required; ability to recommend alternative solutions and translate complex concepts into simplified and understandable examples
Ability to work across all levels to influence key stakeholders and lead through influence
Desire to learn new skills, tools and techniques
Energetic self-starter with strong leadership skills
Prior experience coaching/mentoring
Deliver on commitments: proven track record of sustainable performance
Airline or related industry experience
10 years process improvement methodology
Training and support material design/development experience
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