As a Project Manager, you’ll be part of our Manufacturing Management team located in Toyohashi, Aichi, Japan.
Lead, manage, and execute manufacturing process improvement and step change programs using LEAN production methods and digitization.
Establish and maintain manufacturing strategy based on customer feedback, safety, and quality requirements within agreed deadlines/budgets.
Maintain and improve competitive advantage by introducing and launching new manufacturing technology.
Design and operate highly integrated systems such as computer networks, hi-tech tools, and experimental devices.
Leverage technical expertise in manufacturing and assembling in response to rapid market change.
Plan and manage operational improvement projects in terms of safety, quality, delivery, cost, and human resources.
Assess the current manufacturing process in ensuring product design quality, development, and manufacturing process.
You always strive to do a good job…but wouldn’t it be great if you could do your job and do a world of good? You care about quality – at every level. You love to learn and grow and be acknowledged for your valuable contributions. You’re not intimidated by innovation. In fact, you embrace it. You also have:
Expertise in LEAN production methods, OPEX, Six Sigma, Digitalisation, or 80/20.
At least 3 years of experience in project, cost, or quality management
Work experience in consulting, finance, or purchasing at an MNC would be a plus
Native in Japanese and Good communication skills in English (TOEIC 700 and above)
Excellent problem-solving skills and critical thinking skills
Outstanding internal and external stakeholder management skills
Effective communication skills with a forward-thinking and global mindset
Good skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
About Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.:
For the builders and protectors, for the makers and explorers, for those shaping and reshaping our world through hard work and inspiration, Stanley Black & Decker provides the tools and innovative solutions you can trust to get the job done—and we have since 1843.