Process Improvement Coordinator

Central Maine Medical Center Lewiston , ME 04240

Posted 4 weeks ago

Job Details

Job Summary: Provides consulting to enhance organizational effectiveness through process consultation, action learning, coaching, project management, succession planning, change management, leadership development, problem solving, and education. Uses Lean and/or Six Sigma processes to support multidisciplinary process improvement initiatives to enhance organizational effectiveness. The Process Improvement Coordinator is responsible for leading, deploying and implementing Lean principles within Central Maine Healthcare. The coordinator is also responsible for working with and coaching CMHC staff in developing recommendations to produce operational improvements and increase cost effectiveness. This individual must have passion, tenacity and possess a sense of urgency tempered by patience.

Acts as coordinator of process improvement efforts to ensure alignment of work and progress toward desired outcomes. Works with CMHC leaders to create an exemplary organization committed to providing exceptional healthcare services in a safe and trustful environment, through the expertise, commitment, and compassion of our family of caregivers.

Regulatory Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering, business or related field desired

  • A minimum of 2 years experience as a Lean practitioner in hospital settings.

  • Green Belt certification in Lean and/or Lean Sigma.

Language Skills:

  • Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.

  • Excellent verbal and writing skills.

Skills:

  • Solid experience and skill using Lean philosophies, tools, and techniques.

  • Mastery of Lean and/or Lean Sigma process improvement tools to the Green Belt level desired.

  • Demonstrated use of strategic thinking and influence to facilitate organization change.

Demonstrated ability to foster alignment between business objectives, talent development, and organization activities.

Ability to develop and translate strategies and plans of action sense of urgency.

  • Strong change leadership skills, customer focus, global, and strategic thinking.

  • Demonstrated creative and innovative thinking. Strong desire to improve service, relationships, processes and systems.

  • Flexible and adaptable to demanding and fast paced work environment.

  • Self directed, process oriented, strong business acumen, attention to detail, ability to drive consensus in decision making and problem solving.

  • Ability to deliver multiple projects to completion using strong project management skills.

  • Ability to interact with and guide all levels of employees.

Ability to present to senior audiences.

Experience working with senior management on a broad range of organization issues.

Ability to address sensitive employee issues and maintain confidentiality.

Ability to coach adults to change behavior and improve performance.

  • Mastery of group process facilitation skills.

  • Knowledgeable about adult learning and organization development theory.

  • Basic skill in MS Office software.

  • Skill using Visio and project management software is desired.

Physical Demands:

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position without compromising client care.

Employee Referral Bonus Eligible!


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