Lean Business Partner - challenge our Lean thinking

Do you have what it takes to drive business improvements across our global supply organisation? And do you enjoy creating results in close collaboration with colleagues across functions and organisational levels?

Join our Global Supply Operational Excellence team to drive lean activities across the internal VELUX supply chain and within our European production companies to strengthen our high lean ambitions.

Your challenges
You will be part of the Global Supply Operational Excellence team together with 6 competent colleagues, currently working from Denmark and Slovakia. We initiate and support business improvements in our global supply organisation and develop our internal lean concept: the VELUX Operating System (VOS). 

You will spend most of your time improving business processes in close collaboration with our general managers and their management teams, employees and local lean organisations in the supply support areas covering Production Technology & Engineering, Logistics, Purchase and Quality and at our 14 European production sites. You will play a significant role in further developing our lean concept in close collaboration with our VOS core team through workshops with top managers in the supply organisation. All in all, you will:

  • Identify, initiate, support and follow up on local improvement projects by completing Gemba walks with managers on site, developing Kata coaching for managers, facilitating Kaizen events, etc.
  • Develop lean academy training programmes for managers and employees
  • Conduct lean assessments to monitor VOS progress and management behaviour and identify areas for improvement 
  • Develop the VOS concept focusing on business processes, such as policy deployment and process management as well as develop VOS methodologies to sustain long-term improvements
  • Ensure that the changes you facilitate are acted upon throughout the supply organisation

You will be based in Østbirk, Denmark, and your primary work locations will be in Denmark, Germany or France. As the role requires local presence, you should expect to travel a minimum of 10 days a month to our locations around Europe. 

Your qualifications
You are a lean expert with great networking and change management skills, enabling you to truly make an impact by motivating stakeholders at all levels and driving your agenda through effective collaboration and knowledge sharing. And as a true lean advocate, you enjoy being part of the change you facilitate. Moreover, you:

  • Have a master’s degree within business, economics, supply chain management or engineering
  • Have solid experience with lean management in both production and administrative contexts, and you know how to train managers in lean thinking
  • Have a proven track record of significant sustained business performance improvements
  • Thrive working with a long-term approach to lean and are motivated not only by concept development but also by implementation, support and follow-up on lean activities
  • Communicate effortlessly in English in both speech and writing – if you know another European language, it would be a plus

Your opportunities
You will be part of a team of global lean specialists that, despite the physical distances, collaborate closely to share knowledge and develop each other’s competences. You will take up an exciting role where collaboration is key to making your lean agenda come to life through colleagues at all levels of the organisation.

“You get to experience the change you make by being close to where it all happens and engage with the people involved. Lean is the backbone of our supply strategy, and this means that you will experience solid support from a strong organisation in your everyday work,” says Director, Supply Operational Excellence, Peter Vestergaard.

Application and contact
We look forward to receiving your application and CV as soon as possible. We will review and invite relevant candidates for interviews on an ongoing basis until we find the right match.

Work place:

Østbirk


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330003089Phoenix-f26e198212019-04-08T00:00:00Lean Business Partner - challenge our Lean thinking

Do you have what it takes to drive business improvements across our global supply organisation? And do you enjoy creating results in close collaboration with colleagues across functions and organisational levels?

Join our Global Supply Operational Excellence team to drive lean activities across the internal VELUX supply chain and within our European production companies to strengthen our high lean ambitions.

Your challenges
You will be part of the Global Supply Operational Excellence team together with 6 competent colleagues, currently working from Denmark and Slovakia. We initiate and support business improvements in our global supply organisation and develop our internal lean concept: the VELUX Operating System (VOS). 

You will spend most of your time improving business processes in close collaboration with our general managers and their management teams, employees and local lean organisations in the supply support areas covering Production Technology & Engineering, Logistics, Purchase and Quality and at our 14 European production sites. You will play a significant role in further developing our lean concept in close collaboration with our VOS core team through workshops with top managers in the supply organisation. All in all, you will:

  • Identify, initiate, support and follow up on local improvement projects by completing Gemba walks with managers on site, developing Kata coaching for managers, facilitating Kaizen events, etc.
  • Develop lean academy training programmes for managers and employees
  • Conduct lean assessments to monitor VOS progress and management behaviour and identify areas for improvement 
  • Develop the VOS concept focusing on business processes, such as policy deployment and process management as well as develop VOS methodologies to sustain long-term improvements
  • Ensure that the changes you facilitate are acted upon throughout the supply organisation

You will be based in Østbirk, Denmark, and your primary work locations will be in Denmark, Germany or France. As the role requires local presence, you should expect to travel a minimum of 10 days a month to our locations around Europe. 

Your qualifications
You are a lean expert with great networking and change management skills, enabling you to truly make an impact by motivating stakeholders at all levels and driving your agenda through effective collaboration and knowledge sharing. And as a true lean advocate, you enjoy being part of the change you facilitate. Moreover, you:

  • Have a master’s degree within business, economics, supply chain management or engineering
  • Have solid experience with lean management in both production and administrative contexts, and you know how to train managers in lean thinking
  • Have a proven track record of significant sustained business performance improvements
  • Thrive working with a long-term approach to lean and are motivated not only by concept development but also by implementation, support and follow-up on lean activities
  • Communicate effortlessly in English in both speech and writing – if you know another European language, it would be a plus

Your opportunities
You will be part of a team of global lean specialists that, despite the physical distances, collaborate closely to share knowledge and develop each other’s competences. You will take up an exciting role where collaboration is key to making your lean agenda come to life through colleagues at all levels of the organisation.

“You get to experience the change you make by being close to where it all happens and engage with the people involved. Lean is the backbone of our supply strategy, and this means that you will experience solid support from a strong organisation in your everyday work,” says Director, Supply Operational Excellence, Peter Vestergaard.

Application and contact
We look forward to receiving your application and CV as soon as possible. We will review and invite relevant candidates for interviews on an ongoing basis until we find the right match.

Work place:

Østbirk

Do you have what it takes to drive business improvements across our global supply organisation? And do you enjoy creating results in close collaboration with colleagues across functions and organisational levels? Join our Global Supply Operational Excellence team to drive lean activities across the internal VELUX supply chain and within our European production companies to strengthen our high lean ambitions. Your challenges You will be part of the Global Supply Operational Excellence team together with 6 competent colleagues, currently working from Denmark and Slovakia. We initiate and support business improvements in our global supply organisation and develop our internal lean concept: the VELUX Operating System (VOS). You will spend most of your time improving business processes in close collaboration with our general managers and their management teams, employees and local lean organisations in the supply support areas covering Production Technology Engineering, Logistics, Purchase and Quality and at our 14 European production sites. You will play a significant role in further developing our lean concept in close collaboration with our VOS core team through workshops with top managers in the supply organisation. All in all, you will: Identify, initiate, support and follow up on local improvement projects by completing Gemba walks with managers on site, developing Kata coaching for managers, facilitating Kaizen events, etc. Develop lean academy training programmes for managers and employees Conduct lean assessments to monitor VOS progress and management behaviour and identify areas for improvement Develop the VOS concept focusing on business processes, such as policy deployment and process management as well as develop VOS methodologies to sustain long-term improvements Ensure that the changes you facilitate are acted upon throughout the supply organisation You will be based in Østbirk, Denmark, and your primary work locations will be in Denmark, Germany or France. As the role requires local presence, you should expect to travel a minimum of 10 days a month to our locations around Europe. Your qualifications You are a lean expert with great networking and change management skills, enabling you to truly make an impact by motivating stakeholders at all levels and driving your agenda through effective collaboration and knowledge sharing. And as a true lean advocate, you enjoy being part of the change you facilitate. Moreover, you: Have a master s degree within business, economics, supply chain management or engineering Have solid experience with lean management in both production and administrative contexts, and you know how to train managers in lean thinking Have a proven track record of significant sustained business performance improvements Thrive working with a long-term approach to lean and are motivated not only by concept development but also by implementation, support and follow-up on lean activities Communicate effortlessly in English in both speech and writing if you know another European language, it would be a plus Your opportunities You will be part of a team of global lean specialists that, despite the physical distances, collaborate closely to share knowledge and develop each other s competences. You will take up an exciting role where collaboration is key to making your lean agenda come to life through colleagues at all levels of the organisation. You get to experience the change you make by being close to where it all happens and engage with the people involved. Lean is the backbone of our supply strategy, and this means that you will experience solid support from a strong organisation in your everyday work, says Director, Supply Operational Excellence, Peter Vestergaard. Application and contact We look forward to receiving your application and CV as soon as possible. We will review and invite relevant candidates for interviews on an ongoing basis until we find the right match. Work place: Østbirk11jobnetf26e1982100000000000aDK_OFIR_02DKDanmark228DKK2019-06-03T00:00:000000https://velux.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=9&id=40890EuropaDanmarkJyllandØstjyllandHorsens3504387VELUX A/S11Rydalvej 28752ØstbirkDKDanmark0
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Core Responsibilities

• Drive assessment of legal issues associated with data ingestion of external data sources to our data platforms

• Provide the team with legal data privacy support

• Provide GDPR support to our team

Play your part in our team succeeding

The ET&A Data Management Team is responsible for broadening out a company wide data governance framework, as well as building data stewardship and data curation disciplines within the different data platforms of the LEGO Group. Beside this the ET&A Data Management team is also responsible for facilitating onboarding of data sources to our data platform, as well as championing the paradigm of the data-driven company.

Do you have what it takes?

• Currently studying cand.merc.jur or cand.jur

• Interest in GDPR and Data Privacy legislation

• Must be attentive to detail, flexible and able to work concurrently on multiple work items

• Ability to troubleshoot, research, and work through complex requirements and competing priorities

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, highest attention to detail, organized, team worker

• C1 (English fluently)

Join the global LEGO family

The LEGO® Group recruits and develops people entirely on merit. If you are confident you have what it takes to succeed in this role - and you share our commitment to creativity, collaboration, and quality - use the APPLY NOW button above or below. Please remember to attach your application and current CV.

BRINGING IT TO LIFE

"You will be working at the center of our data and analytics organization that spearheads innovation within how the LEGO Group can utilize data to drive business. Compliance with data privacy and GDPR regulation as well as partners terms and conditions are absolutely evident for us being successful within this space".

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