Jan 312019

  • Introducing and supporting the notion of continuous improvement focus on internal processes 
  • Utilizing a variety of business improvement techniques in order to successfully carry out your role 

  • Decomposing business processes and implementing improvements across the different service departments 

  • Process re-design, recommendation of alternative approaches, new data flows 

  • Lead Continuous Improvement initiatives(process standardization, standard work, GEMBA walks, daily accountability) 

  • Identifying and facilitating process improvement projects, training and / or workshops to drive cultural change 

  • Establishing goals and metrics for measuring process performance 

  • Extracting system data and performing analysis to support change management 

  • Monitoring and reporting on the progress of projects 

  • Collaborating with internal and external partners in order to make sustainable improvements along the entire Benelux organization 

  • Support administratively the ISO activities that are linked to continuous improvemen

  • You have a first experience in continuous improvement 
  • You are willing to travel between our 3 sites (Antwerp, Liege and Utrecht) 

  • With well-developed communication skills (including fluency in FR, NL and EN), you will have the ability to really make a difference as part of the Management Team whilst having the breadth of communication skills to engage effectively with the shop floor. 

  • Degree standard qualification 

  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, problem solving and analytical skills 

  • Collaboration skills and capability of empathizing for change management 

  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft word,MS excel and project.  

  • A knowledge of SAP would be advantageous 

Are you looking for a unique opportunity to work for a company with great training and development opportunities, a young and dynamic operating environment and modern and trendy offices? Our offer includes:

  • Meal vouchers 

  • Hospitalization- and group insurance 

  • Laptop  

  • Cellphone and calling credit 

  • Possibility to upgrade your Six Sigma belt

Match criteria: Retail, Project management, Business Development, Quality Assurance, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Executive, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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Questions to ask
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