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Business Improvement Director

Business Improvement Director

FPC of Bangor
  • , NY

FPC of Bangor

Director, Business Improvement

FPC Bangor is working with a paper and packaging materials manufacturer looking for a Business Improvement Director.  The Business Improvement Director will provide leadership in developing, and implementing initiatives focused on continually improving business performance by identifying opportunities to enhance operational efficiencies. This role is a key position responsible for dynamic leadership in both financial and operational improvement disciplines.


  • In partnership with Senior Management, identify and drive strategic initiatives in the areas of operations, maintenance, procurement and finance to accelerate constructive long-term change
  •          Provide creative alternatives and recommendations to reduce costs and improve financial performance.
  •          Develop process enhancement strategies, investigating shortfalls, issues and complaints in current business processes.
  •          Monitor organizational processes and initiate operational improvement projects to increase productivity, maximize profitability and improve customer satisfaction.
  •          Responsible for focusing on business performance that constantly strives to eliminate waste, improve customer satisfaction and increase market share
  •          Act as a key driver of change within the business supporting management/cross functional decisions
  • Identify and develop projects that are not yet funded or fully realized
  • Development of reports in the areas of project management and prioritization
  • Work closely with federal, state and local governmental agencies to secure public funding whenever appropriate.
  • Act as a key subject matter expert regarding business improvement initiatives
  • Develop solutions to business problems through in-depth analysis and developing innovative solutions


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Finance or related field, plus a minimum of 5-7 years’ experience in operations leadership strategic planning, and/or finance is required.
  • Strong process improvement and problem solving skill sets are required.
  • Demonstrated results in the areas of strategic planning, change leadership, and project management required
  • Experience in operations, finance or engineering leadership roles in heavy industrial manufacturing settings preferred.
  • Proven people management skills and strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential
  • Must be highly proficient in Microsoft Office products, specifically Excel, Power Point and Project
  • The selected candidate will be a self-starter with a strong work ethic, a demonstrated level of intensity and be a driver of change.

Please send your current resume to Leisa Wallace for immediate consideration.



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