Associate - Digital Manufacturing, Implementation
BA/BS in Engineering (advanced degree preferred)
5+ years hands-on experience in a high performance manufacturing environment with proven track record of driving performance improvement and change management programs
Leadership experience in digital strategy deployment and use of automation in world class production facilities
Knowledge required of industrial control systems (SCADA, DCS, PLC and/or other process control systems) as well as manufacturing execution systems, data historians, analytics or business intelligence (BI) tools
Demonstrated ability to develop and apply information-driven analytic approaches to solve critical business questions in a practical manner with tangible results
Superior problem solving and analytical skills
Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
Skills to communicate complex ideas effectively
Comfort with extensive travel (4-5 days/week)
Who You'll Work With
You'll based in one of our offices in North America and will be working with McKinsey
Implementation (MI) - a rapidly growing capability for our firm. As a member of MI, you'll work in a collaborative
culture, working closely with our client project teams solving their toughest
problems, providing end-to-end support to ensure the clients are able to
deliver and sustain the full benefits of McKinsey's recommended change in their
You will help clients think
through how to adapt their operations in response to the continuing growth of
advanced manufacturing technologies, including digital manufacturing.
leverage your deep knowledge and expertise in the application of advanced
manufacturing technology, including digital and big data, to improve end-to-end
operations from product development to manufacturing to service.
What You'll Do
will work in small teams with colleagues and clients to build the strategies,
capabilities, systems and processes needed to deliver bottom line results and
ensure those results are sustained.
In this role, you'll have the opportunity to make a
meaningful, hands-on contribution by managingprojects and progress with
minimal supervision, including tracking metrics, handling complex analyses, and
preparing communications to report back to client and internal
leadership.You will develop trust-based relationships with clients and be
seen as a specialist in implementation and delivering results.
You will help clients define their
target IT/OT technology stack, in order to enable the data, information flows,
and analytics for their digital manufacturing transformation. Lastly, you will also
help companies assess their current technologies and platforms, and define
their go-forward stack strategies (e.g., which platforms to implement, and how
to work with vendors).
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Job Skill Group - CSS Associate
Job Skill Code - SIC - Senior Implementation Coach
Function - Operations
Industry - High Tech;Automotive & Assembly;Telecommunications;Oil & Gas;Chemicals;Metals & Mining;Advanced Electronics;Pharmaceuticals & Medical Products;Aerospace & Defense
Post to LinkedIn - Yes
Posted to LinkedIn Date - Tue Mar 09 00:00:00 GMT 2021
LinkedIn Posting City - Houston
LinkedIn Posting State/Province - Texas
LinkedIn Posting Country - United States
LinkedIn Job Title - Associate - Digital Manufacturing, Implementation
LinkedIn Function - Consulting;Manufacturing;Engineering
LinkedIn Industry - Industrial Automation;Mechanical or Industrial Engineering;Oil & Energy
LinkedIn Seniority Level - Associate
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