The Manufacturing Technology Centre is a UK success story - created to provide manufacturing systems solutions in an agile environment in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. Working in partnership with Consilium Recruit they are seeking a Senior Advisor. The purpose of the role is to help change the construction industries approach to Lean manufacturing and assist in the growth of SMEs within the Construction sector.
Benefits: The MTC lead the way with a superb suite of benefits including; 33 days holiday, 5 day working week condensed in to 4 days, Smart Holiday system, Life Assurance, Payment of professional subscriptions, Plus many others.
As the Senior Advisor you will deliver work packages from the resulting Transformation Roadmap which prepares the business for technology which will include Value Stream Mapping/VSM, Change management, Efficiency improvements and Process Re-engineering. You will work with companies to define capability for manufacture and advise on how to move their businesses and projects forward in a Lean manner. You will also be delivering non-technical work packages to prepare the business for technology insertion, on time and to budget following a defined project management and governance process to ensure delivery excellence on Manufacturing Process Improvements, Manufacturing Cost Reduction, Business Process Re-Engineering and Change Management You will be working on Construction Manufacturing projects across the country with some of the biggest names in Construction such asNetwork Rail, HS2 and Amey to investigate and improve on existing manufacturing processes for off-site production.
As the ideal candidate for the Transformation Advisor you will have experience in the manufacturing sector either as a Senior Manager, Change Consultant, Management Consultant or Business Architect who has worked in Business Improvements in particularly for the Construction Sector.
To apply for the position of Senior Advisor please forward an up to date copy of your CV to Rebecca Gibbs