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Stanley Black and Decker Lean Process Engineering Manager(71149BR) in DECORAH, Iowa

DescriptionJob DescriptionLean Process Engineering Manager i Decorah, IAWe Donit Just Build The World, We Build Innovative Technology Too.This is the career youive been waiting for your whole life. Joining the Stanley Black and Decker team means working in an innovative, tech-driven and highly collaborative team environment supported by over 58,000 professionals in 60 countries across the globe. Here, youill get the unique chance to impact some of the worldis most iconic brands including STANLEY TOOLS, DEWALT, CRAFTSMAN, MAC TOOLS and Black and Decker. Your ideas and solutions have the potential to reach millions of customers as we work together to write the next chapter in our history. Come build with us and take your career to new heights.iiiWho We AreWeire the Worldis largest tool company. Weire industry visionaries. Weire solving problems and advancing the manufacturing trade through innovative technology and our Industry 4.0 Initiative. We are committed to ensuring our state-of-the-art ismart factoryi products and services provide greater quality to our customers and greater environmental and social value to our planet. We are unique in that we have a rich and storied history dating back to 1843, but that hasn't stopped us from evolving into a vibrant, diverse, global growth company.Who You AreYouire a curious problem solver who has the ability to bring big ideas to life. Youire creative and scrappy but can navigate a large organization with ease. Youire agile and adaptable but work with precision to ensure we deliver top-notch customer experiences, always. You also have:iBachelor of Science in Industrial, Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering.iMinimum of five (5) years of project management experience incorporating operations, process improvement and manufacturing maintenance.Minimum of five (5) years of lean manufacturing experience.Experience in formal cost justifications required.Experience in leading projects, teams and operations within a manufacturing environment required.Demonstrates the ability to drive and implement change in products, processes and culture,iinterest in hands on application is preferredDemonstrated experience with CAD drawing (AutoCad or similar).iKnowledge of current technologies and industry trends.Ability to communicate with and understand the needs of non-technical internal clients.Able to build strong and dependable teams.Demonstrates excellent written, verbal and presentation skills.Proficiency utilizing operations/computer simulation.iiAbility to work with all functional departments in the organization.iStrong sense of urgency and personal commitment.What Youill DoAs a Lean Process Engineering Manager, youill be a part of the Operations team in Decorah, IA where youill plan utilization of facilities, equipment, materials, and personnel to improve efficiency of operations. Specifically, youill:Actively drive productivity improvement programs, encompassing the entire manufacturing process from raw material to finished goods.iDevelop, evaluate, and improve manufacturing methods, incorporate product design, materials and parts, fabrication processes, tooling and production equipment capabilities, assembly methods, and quality standards.Incorporate manufacturing principles of Industry 4.0 and traditional Lean manufacturing to coach, train and improve processes and productivity.iiEnsure safety and ergonomic considerations are made relating to equipment, process and plant layout.iConfer with management, engineering, and other staff regarding manufacturing capabilities, production schedules, staffing requirements and other considerations to facilitate production processes.Apply statistical methods to estimate future manufacturing requirements and potential and implements improvements.Work closely with IT resources to identify and utilize digital solutions and hardware for manufacturing processes, i.e. Smart factory.Develop and prepare formal cost justifications for purchase of Capital Equipmen