The Electric Materials Company is a leading and diverse supplier of copper and copper alloy products contained within our 400,000+ square foot manufacturing facility. We are searching for a Quality & Continuous Improvement Supervisor. This position is a highly visible role in driving achievement of Quality Objectives, Continuous Improvement and implementing best practices in a manufacturing environment.

Key Responsibilities
• Supervise and lead continuous improvement projects (including Kaizen Events), as well as mentoring and coaching employees on continuous improvement;
• Assist with quality system document control;
• Direct supervision of hourly Quality Department personnel;
• Drive the standardization of processes and the implementation of metrics and best practices;
• Team member for the ¡§hands on¡¨ implementation of Syteline QCS module;
• Support and facilitate structured measures with the use of problem solving methods and implementing permanent corrective actions;
• Help maintain and grow the culture and business while striving for Operational Excellence in product, process quality and reliability.
• Exceptional planning and organizing skills;
• Strong written and verbal communication skills;
•Capable of working with all levels and disciplines of the organization;
•Excellent teamwork skills;
•Able to work with ERP system (Syteline) to gather data;
• Must be hands on and able to multitask.
• BS in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent;
• Six Sigma Green Belt; Black Belt a plus;
• Training in Lean Manufacturing/Toyota Production System a plus.
• 5 years minimum experience in a manufacturing environment;
•3 years minimum experience implementing lean manufacturing and leading kaizen events.

To learn more about us, visit our website at www.elecmat.com. This full time position offers a competitive salary, insurance, 401K and
profit sharing.
Please submit your resume to:
Human Resources
The Electric Materials Company
Email Resume to Human.Resources@elecmat.com
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PostedJanuary 07, 2018