The Senior Engineer – Continuous Improvement is responsible for designing and implementing changes to improve operations and establishing additional capabilities: pricing, profitability, facility design, material handling equipment specification, labor management, staff planning, project management and the leading of continuous improvement initiatives. Primary duties include the following: Works with enterprise business units at the operational and corporate level to drive process improvements, identifying compliance to customer service standards and strategies for consistent, repeatable, and flawless execution. Leads the design of cutting-edge approaches and solutions utilizing broad knowledge, best practices and benchmarking. Assists in sales process by visiting potential or existing customers to develop scope of work, operational planning and opportunity assessment. Evaluates, designs and implements new layouts: including storage rack, conveyor, automation, and other material handling solutions for facilities. Implements Continuous Improvement initiatives to help ensure the continuation of streamlined processes them to create a sustainably lean organization. Integrates subject matter knowledge with industry experience, relevant related disciplines, program/process design principles, and business goals and strategy. Leads teams or individuals on project work, to help clients and operators achieve sustainable results. Leads multiple Industrial Engineering projects with minimal oversight. Manages multiple projects and program execution of moderate to high complexity. Understands the organization, client goals, and the reasons behind special practices; articulates linkage between business goals and process behind organization practices. Analyzes ambiguous problems utilizing demonstrated proficiency of lean tools such as VSM, Standard work, Six Sigma, 5S and other lean tools. Breaks down complex information in a systematic and communicable manner. Proficient in statistical analysis processes and understands how and when to apply them based on the situation and specific needs. Leads Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping, and other Lean events. Owns the facility kaizen and productivity projects; ensuring projects are done according to budget and timelines. Influences others to implement new solutions. Demonstrates application experience of Six Sigma methodology. Provides guidance and training to Engineers (approximately 30 Jr. Engineers use as resource for Best Practices). Requires a master’s degree in Industrial, Logistics or related Engineering field and minimum of 6 years of relevant experience. Experience with AutoCAD. Knowledge of conventional time study techniques. Experience in 3PL warehousing, distribution center or fulfillment is also required. PC proficiency with experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access. Willingness to travel regional up to 15%-20%.