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Director , Industrial Engineering
Indirectly Reports To:
VP, Industrial Engineering
Business Office, NAO
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The Industrial Engineer will coach, mentor and provide leadership to field based management teams to improve their leadership skills and their team’s performance, production, service and quality as part of the Management Operating System (MOS). The IE will serve as the subject matter expert for operations management and team leadership skills across multiple business lines during field-based optimization projects. This position will review project baseline measurements, provide recommendations for workflow improvements and job station set up, review the local management’s daily/weekly operating plans, recommend improvements to the daily/weekly operation plan and coach the local management to achieve higher performance. The Industrial Engineer is responsible for working on cross-functional teams to perform problem analysis, engineer and re-engineer a wide variety of business processes across multiple business lines. The IE will provide detailed analysis for transportation network re-engineering, warehouse (record center and data protection vaults) workflow re-design and shred plant optimization. This position will also develop engineered work standards and work targets using the MOST system and will introduce 5S/Lean principles throughout all physical business workflows. This IE shall be an IM Change Leader that others can easily follow and partner with. Further, this position shall synchronize and coordinate his/her efforts with the other team members to maximize the overall value driven by the Operations Support Center of Performance Excellence.
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This Industrial Engineer will lead through partnership with the other members of the Operations Support team:
The Industrial Engineer has complete responsibility for developing, communicating, delivering and sustaining a broad, inclusive optimization program support structure across the matrix for NAO.
It is the responsibility of every Iron Mountain employee: