Detailed Description :
1.Designs the continuous improvement (CI) goals and strategies by applying the LEAN for improving the operation and non-opration in the organization.
2.Manages all activities for CI and performance enhancement in Thailand site.
3.Provide the Yearly CI activities exceution plan and ensures that project goals are met .
4.Able to work with key business stakeholders to build a CI environment to support a change management program.
5.To lead and facilitate LEAN and process improvement based CI workshops to drive ideas and solutions.
6.Collaborate with CI regional and corporate team for the Continuous Improvement activities excution.
7.Consult with key business stakeholders for the CI activities carry on.
8.Work closely with all management to create the continuous improvement culture.
9.Provide leadership and motivation to site personnel to implement Lean Manufacturing.
10.Conduct a Kaizen Events and Workshops including monitoring and sustain the specific change program.
11.Deliver performance results that directly contribute to site and corporate site performance.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS & WORK EXPERIENCE
1.B.Eng, B.Sc or related field.
2.At least 12 years experience in Lean manufacturing and operational discipline environmental.
3.Good command in English.
4.Strong Interpersonal Skills.
COMPANY OVERVIEW :
Celestica (NYSE, TSX : CLS) is a US$5.6 billion global leader in the delivery of end-to-end product lifecycle solutions.
Our customers trust us to deliver the most advanced design, engineering and manufacturing expertise for their highly sophisticated and complex products.
From advanced medical devices, to highly engineered aviation systems, to next-generation hardware solutions for the Cloud, at Celestica we manage the complexity for our customers and set the bar for quality and reliability in their markets.
Our customer portfolio includes leaders in the enterprise computing, communications, aerospace and defense, industrial, smart energy, healthtech and semiconductor markets.
Headquartered in Toronto, our global network spans 13 countries with 26,000 employees throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.