The Workforce Management Industrial Engineering Advisor will be responsible for partnering with leadership and driving operational productivity, accuracy, capacity and efficiency through the development of engineered labor standards. Additionally, the individual will be responsible for establishing, validating and, updating labor standards for operations and optimization of all process improvements related to store and pharmacy labor.
The ideal candidate will have strong independent leadership skills, as well as analytical and communication skills. In addition, the individual must be able to independently interact with and influence a wide range of senior stakeholders and demonstrate a consistence track record of delivering results.
Build and maintain labor standards, including time and motion studies, process optimization, and process documentation
Conduct labor audits and time studies to validate and ensure the reasonableness and soundness of all implemented labor standards and update standards for changes in conditions
Partner in the development and maintenance of standards-based payroll budgets for all 90+ Coram locations including quarterly budget refreshes and communication to operations partners.
Assist in the development and implementation of processes and methods for labor forecasting, staffing, modeling performance reporting and tracking, and other ad-hoc reporting as required to support labor management
Partner with teams to facilitate ongoing efficiency improvements
This role is based in Woonsocket, RI.
2+ years of experience within building standards, industrial engineering, or a similar capacity,
Experience using StandardsPro
Experience in conducting Motion and Time Studies for the development of future engineered labor standards
Strong Analytical and Problem Solving skills
Ability to produce results by working within established timeframes, deadlines, and understanding potential barriers and next steps
Strong interpersonal skills, must communicate effectively with individuals at every level of the organization
Ability to travel up to 50%
Experience with continuous improvement and capacity planning
BS in Industrial Engineering or related field
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