Operational and Process Excellence Specialist
Operational and Process Excellence Specialist (Graduate or Postgraduate - Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate Post)
Salary: £28,000 - £30,000 per annum
Vacancy Number: 9055BR
You will be working on an exciting two-year project delivering significant change at WJEC, Wales’ largest qualifications provider and a key institution in the education landscape. As an experienced improvement practitioner, your role will focus on the development, implementation, and integration of business and process improvement activities across the entire organisation. As this is a Knowledge Transfer Project, you will have regular and easy access to a world leading academic faculty to advise you on how to best achieve the transformation required within this complex, changing environment. Therefore, this post will provide you with the opportunity to expand your knowledge of Continuous Improvement and Lean whilst achieving organisational improvement which is of importance across the UK as well as nationally in Wales.
Key deliverables of the role would be:
- Provision of process maps along with the development of improvement/action and implementation plans
- Develop new processes and practices that are agile and allow a quick response to changes driven by regulators, competitors and the changing educational landscape
- Delivery of improved processes using an array of continuous improvement techniques and tools
- Deliver training to staff members to support and develop a continuous improvement culture through cultivating business improvement champions
- Manage multiple projects with a focus on delivering change that is sustainable based on new practices and processes that are embedded within the organisation
This is a full-time position, fixed term for 24 months. The position will be located at WJEC’s premises in South Wales (Cardiff and Treforest).
A Supporting Statement or Cover Letter must be completed before you begin making your application online as you will be required to upload it. The title you give your documents should include your name and the post reference number (four-digit number ending "BR").
Candidates should evidence how they meet all the essential criteria as well as, where relevant, the desirable. If candidates do not provide written evidence, in separate supporting document(s), of how they meet all of our essential criteria, their application will not be progressed.
To apply, please visit our website.
Closing date: Sunday, 10 November 2019.
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