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  • ARI - Process Improvement Executive

    Job Locations IE-Ireland
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(01/06/2018 10:08)
    ID
    2018-1952
    Number of Openings
    1
    Category
    Other
  • Overview

    The ARI Way

     

    The ARI Way is an change program that was introduced in ARI four years ago to determine and implement the best ways of operating the business globally. The ARI Way team is a specialised, high profile, transformation focused process improvement team that works with all ARI business units across the globe to solve business problems, standardise and improve processes, create efficiencies and ultimately look to improve the performance of this global retail business. Given the nature of this global retail business the scope covers all areas including Direct Retail, Category Management, Buying, Business Intelligence Supply Chain, HR, Bidding for new Business and IT.

     

     

    This role

     

    This permanent process improvement role sits as part of a team of five reporting directly to the Global Head of Process Development (all based in the Dublin Head Office). It will suit someone with at least three years’ experience working in a process engineer or business analyst type role within another large organisation. In order to succeed in this role you must be comfortable interpreting large volumes of data and statistics and want to solve and understand problems as opposed to just identifying areas to be improved.

     

    It is a great opportunity to join a successful global business in what is a very commercial role. You would be joining a high-profile team whose work has a significant impact on various strategic business decisions. You will be exposed to all aspects of the business and will gain an excellent understanding as to how the entire global organisation operates. There are lots of opportunities for learning and development and it is anticipated that there would be lots of opportunities for progression internally for someone that can succeed in this role over the coming years here in ARI. You may also get to travel at times to visit one of the 14 different airports ARI currently operate in.

     

    Qualifications

    Essential

    • Minimum three years’ experience working in a process improvement/process engineer/ business analyst type role
    • Experience working in retail or Supply Chain advantageous but those coming from a manufacturing or service industry background will also be considered
    • Advanced Microsoft office skills including Visio, Excel and Powerpoint
    • Proven analytical and structured problem-solving skills
    • Excellent communication skills are essential as you will be liaising with stakeholders at all levels of the organisation and based across 14 different global locations
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    Preferred

    • PMP or similar project management qualification
    • Certification and proven application of  Lean Six Sigma tools and software
    • Educated to 3rd level (Business, Maths or engineering degree preferable)

     

    Responsibilities

     

    • Key support to the Global Head of Process Development and ARI Way General Manager in the pursuit of Business and operation excellence.
    • Work with Key Stakeholders to develop and document policies, guidelines, processes, standards and ways of working which will help deliver The ARI Way to all ARI locations
    • Monitor and track progress of KPI’s to sustain process improvements and identify areas of improvement that impact business performance
    • Project assessment, scope, management and delivery
    • Prepare and issue status reports and maintain continuous communications with all ARI locations
    • Travel to international locations as required to review implementation and compliance of issued SOPs and build relationships with overseas colleagues
    • Support the business development function preparing bid submissions and supporting new business start-up’s.

     

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