Interesting Lean Position Posting in Boston
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Wanted: Director of Operational Excellence – Boston
Our Boston based retained client, with revenue quickly approaching $200MM per year with 20-30% annual growth, is a “hi-end” consumer products company that is very focused on driving customer service and product excellence. The company's executive leadership team is actively supporting an Operational Excellence initiative within the business as a means to bring world class performance to their operation. Our client views their Operational Excellence initiative as a key driver and growth enabler for their unique business model.
The ideal candidate will be well versed in applying Lean throughout the entire value stream, including operations, distribution, and all customer facing processes. Prior experience with Six Sigma, supply chain management and service oriented operations is considered to be a major plus for this key role.
In this key role, the Director of Operational Excellence will be a member of the core management leadership team reporting directly the company COO.
We will be more than happy to share the details of this search with the right candidate who meets our client's critical to quality requirements for this role.
If you don't know of someone you can refer to us, would you please pass this on to a friend, colleague or associate whom you consider might be closer to knowing this type of person? We appreciate your consideration in sharing this great opportunity.
All the best,
The Avery Point Group, Inc.
80 Coogan Blvd – Suite # 1
Mystic, Connecticut 06355
P: 860-536-8605 Ext: 101
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