ALLEMAGNE (HAMBOURG) du 01 février 2019 au 01 août 2019 (pour 6 mois) ETABLISSEMENT : ASTEELFLASH FRANCE REMUNERATION MENSUELLE : 1940€ (indemnité non contractuelle fixée par décret et arrêté, dont le montant peut varier notamment en fonction de l’évolution du barème de référence, de la localisation de la mission et des cas d’abattements prévus par les textes)
La diffusion de cette offre se fait dans le cadre du Forum PME qui aura lieu à Paris le 28 novembre 2018.To monitor the internal production standards and leading the kaizen activities of the internal flows of his / her SiteLean Competencies - To develop the Lean competencies of the Site through trainings & coachingLean Strategies - To help to define the Lean strategy of the APU Site in accordance with Site priorities and ensure deployment of AES (Asteelflash Excellence System) Lean within the APU siteLean Genba Activities - To help APU Manager to manage continuous improvement and to continuously detect abnormalities vs Lean standards and react- To support workshop pilots, lead workshops and implement improvement proposalsLean Results - To help the APU to constantly improve its QCDM (Quality Cost Delivery Motivation) results through rigorous application of the Lean tools- To deploy Lean standards & best practices within the APURESPONSIBILITIES : Lean Competencies - Develops his/her own competencies and skills in tools and methodologies useful for the APU- Trains APU members to Lean tools, standards & methodologies & ensures that Lean standards are known and applied properlyLean Strategies - Ensures that Lean rules are taken into account in new projects at appropriate phase- Helps the APU Manager to keep a continuous improvement mindset, behavior & policy whatever the operational situation- Organizes annual VSM (Value Stream Mapping) going through the APU and proposes the yearly workshops list. - Leads Lean Site committee actions- Helps to define the Lean strategy of the APU and prepares the APU budget concerning Lean targets- Manages the deployment of AES Lean within the APU: manage APU self-assessment with APU members and improves action plan- Deploys Lean standards & best practices within the APULean Genba Activities- Coaches APU members on application of Lean tools and methodologies through OJT- Permanently helps APU Manager to detect and reacts to non-conformances regarding to Lean standards- Manages the maintenance of Lean tools through appropriate audits (like Muda, Kanban, SMED….. audits): audit organization, performance & follow up- Prepares & organizes the weekly Site Lean committee (incl. agenda proposal) lead by the BU Manager, and writes the minutes- Checks regularly in-depth the proper deployment of Lean axis in the APU- Supports APU Lean workshop pilots on methodology and results achievement- Leads permanent workshops and implements improvement proposals- Permanently promotes the Lean principlesLean Results- Ensures a lean reportingPROFILE :Engineer or Equivalent in Industrial & Manufacturing Practices Experiences in Production or Logistic or Process engineering position- Lean Production Systems tools- Continuous elimination of the “7 wastes”- Kaizen- OJT (On the Job Training)- Lean Investment Management- Lean Culture- Auto quality- JIT (Just in time)- TPM (Total Productive Maintenance)- Industrial process and equipment design- Autonomous Maintenance- Monitor physical flow from suppliers to customers- Knowledge and practice of quality tools- AuditFluent EnglishAt least intermediate level in German
The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) is an international organization working for Franco-German cooperation, which has enabled nearly 9 million young people from France and Germany to participate in 320,000 exchange programs since 1963.