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Lamb Weston Process Line Leader in Quincy, Washington

Title: Process Line Leader Location: Quincy, WA About Lamb Weston We love making fries almost as much as you like eating them! Since the 1950's, Lamb Weston has inspired customers with food they love, trust, and share with families and friends. As a leading global manufacturer of quality frozen potato products with over 9,000+ team members around the world, it's our business to see the possibilities in potatoes and people. We are looking for team members with an appetite for a challenge! People who are hungry to join a winning team and help us make a difference in the world. When you join Lamb Weston, you join a community with a strong support network and training programs designed to nurture, inspire, and help you grow. We are driven by a relentless pursuit of results and by people who think creatively and embrace our values of: Integrity, Teamwork, Inclusion, Drive for Results, and Empowerment. Exactly what you'd expect from the most inventive potato company in the world! Join Lamb Weston! We bring the world together with our fries. Job Description Summary To eliminate process losses on equipment or areas and drive standards and problem solving. Job Description * To identify, prioritize and eliminate losses associated with their line. * To build the process capability & control. (Owns IPS, UPS, data analytics) * To provide feedback to design and lead smart standardization deployment. * Coaches line operating teams on the technical understanding of the process * To define the equipment standards for their line and collaborate with other team members. * To lead the change management & validation processes for their line * To lead and build the capability of process failures technical troubleshooting. * Collaborate with Line Leaders and Equipment Owners to develop new standards. * Owns the CL's, RCO and DMS * Design, implement and maintain systems to collect and analyze data for critical product and process parameters. * Use this data to identify losses. * Prioritize and communicate improvement opportunities. * Eliminate or reduce (prioritized) losses through making process or work system changes. * Participate in the daily direction-setting process - report results, flag issues and request resources. * Standardize equipment and work processes. Own the change management system for a designated process. Update process control strategies and operating procedures as changes occur. * Share and reapply learning across processes, modules, and plants. * Prepare and give training on process/equipment changes. * Develop him/ herself through participating in corporate and external training. * Take part on planned stops and RCO's flowing to the line as needed. * Standardize and improve RCO's. Basic & Preferred Qualifications * Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university and 3-5 years related experience in Manufacturing preferred * Experience in statistical data analysis and lean manufacturing principles * Leadership skills to work as a mentor to peers and subordinates * Excellent communication and presentation skills * High level of proficiency working with Excel Industry-Competitive Benefits Coupled with our compensation and bonus incentive programs, our benefits deliver rewards that are market competitive. Some of the most attractive elements of our benefit programs include: * Health Insurance Benefits - Medical, Dental, Vision * Flexible Spending Accounts for Health and Dependent Care, and Health Reimbursement Accounts * Well-being programs including companywide events and a wellness incentive program * Paid Time Off * Financial Wellness - Industry leading 40

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