Be part of a revolutionary change at a Fortune 500 company. At Triaga we’ve chosen to do something incredible. We’re building our future on smoke free products with the power to change the lives of millions of smokers by manufacturing innovative, life changing, fast moving consumer goods. With this start up initiative come huge opportunities. So, when you join us, you’ll enjoy the freedom to dream up and deliver better, brighter solutions and the space to move your career forward in endlessly different directions. By joining our strong Operations team, you will have the opportunity to make an impact. Our ways of working have changed. New products bring new challenges such as the way we buy raw materials, the manner in which we engineer and manufacture, the way we operate and maintain our modern equipment, and in our supply chain planning. You will work in a state of the art automated and innovative manufacturing environment, uniquely positioned for massive scale in the near future.
Your ‘day to day’:
As Process Lead you will be part of our Manufacturing department at Triaga Inc, and will be reporting to the Line Manager. The position will be based in Wilson, NC.
A key responsibility will be to execute and lead the processes for improving manufacturing performance by eliminating losses through effective problem solving to support in delivering business result of the assigned production line and fully applying the Integrated Manufacturing System (IMS) and TRIAGA standards and policies.
In your role, you will act as the line owner of (a) Center Line, (b) Rapid Change Over, (c) Change Management Daily Management System (DMS) and also the line owner of the integrity of the Line Event Data System (LEDS). Act as the process expert in problem solving and on floor troubleshooting.
Finally, you will lead the change management processes including benchmarking and reapplication activities across appropriate production lines, business units and factory.
Create and establish centerline/settings (CL) targets & limits for the line(s). Review, validate and update new CL standard of the line(s) in order to meet business results. Develops the control strategies to enable operators to respond to out of control situations, furthermore ensures that documentation is in place and used in the line(s) whenever out of limit situations occur.
Drive performance through loss elimination and continuous improvement: Leading problem-solving activities using standard problem solving tools such as IPS, 6W2H & UPS to solve problems on the line(s) in a timely manner. Drives centerline daily management system and loss elimination processes by applying standard tools according to Integrated Manufacturing System (IMS) standards. As the Owner of Line Event Data Systems, he/she ensures the integrity of the data from his/her lines.
Create and establishes changeover standards for all appropriate SKUs in the line(s). Reviews changeover critiques and coaches the team to identify and implement improvement opportunities to achieve Rapid Changeover success criteria’s and standards. Leads and participates actively in the Rapid Changeover events to identify additional opportunities for change over process optimization. Ensure full compliance with local legislation, company policies and practices. Adhere to all Quality, Environment, and Health, Safety, and Security (QEHS&S) rules, policies and practices by applying and ensuring workplace and other employee in compliance with norms by local regulation.
Build the capability of team on process failures technical troubleshooting and mastery of process transformation through coaching and delivering on the job training. Ensure the completion of the established training plan.
Leading change management processes including benchmarking and reapplication activities across appropriate production lines, business units and factory.
Execute weekly DMSs health checks to identify gaps and constraints in the organization and implement appropriate countermeasures accordingly.
Who we’re looking for:
Bachelor or Master’s degree in Engineering, Sciences or equivalent.
2-3 years of professional experience in Manufacturing and previous experience or exposure to people coordination / management activities.
Strong project management experience. Formal education in PMPM is a plus.
Knowledge in MS Office Package.
Strong communication, negotiation, ability to coach, teamwork and intercultural competence. Action orientation, analytical thinking, priority setting and strong drive for results.
Fluent in English both written and spoken.
What we offer:
Attractive salary and excellent benefits package: including 401(k) plan, Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage along with paid holidays and three weeks of vacation.
Our success depends on the men and women who come to work every single day with a sense of purpose and an appetite for progress. Join Triaga Inc. and you too can:
Seize the freedom to define your future and ours. We’ll empower you to take risks, experiment and explore.
Be part of an inclusive, diverse culture, where everyone’s contribution is respected; collaborate with some of the world’s best people and feel like you belong.
Pursue your ambitions and develop your skills with a global business – our staggering size and scale provides endless opportunities to progress.