The Design Quality Black Belt has several roles at Hunter Douglas: The DFSS practice leader for organization teaching, mentoring and documenting LSS tools and methods. The practice leader for proven Quality launch tools/methods (APQP). Team member on key enterprise design projects/launches -leading the quality aspects for the planning, analysis and validation of new/revised products. Develops and coordinates the enterprise training plan for DFSS and APQP.
Experienced leading, motivating, and influencing design project teams. Leadership ability to help implement the Hunter Douglas Design for Six Sigma vision. Comfortable with managing and driving change. Clear and effective communicator to succeed in the role of a DFSS leader, mentor, coach and trainer.
Acceptable Experience and Training:
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Statistics or Business (preferably in quantitative field. (BA/BS/MS) or equivalent combination of education and experience (e.g., 10 + years in a quantitative role – Engineering, Process Re-engineering, Quality Assurance). 10 or more years of DFSS/Six Sigma experience leading various projects of significant value, length and complexity in a design and manufacturing organization. Proficient in DFSS tools (FMEA, QFD, DOE, Capability Analysis, Statistical Tolerancing, Monte Carlo Simulation, Hypothesis Testing, Regression, Optimization, and Response Surface). Certified Black Belt in Design Six Sigma/Six Sigma. Strong process, manufacturing, or engineering background with an ability to understand workflow and throughput in the operation.
Benefits of working for Hunter Douglas include:
Pay range for this role:
$118,000 - $135,000 with a 10% discretionary bonus. This position will be based out of Broomfield, CO
Up to 50% travel.