This is a full time position for recent college graduates that will provide you with direct client facing interaction and hands on experience with creating Theory of Constraint based implementations. We work with a wide range of clients, including Delta Air Lines, the United States Air Force, Boeing and more.
If you are passionate about continuous improvement, operational excellence, business analytics, and change management, we encourage you to apply.
Job Description: We are looking for a detailed oriented candidate for our Analyst role. Graduates with BS/MS in Industrial Engineering, Operations Management, Supply Chain or Business will find this position particularly exciting. Prior knowledge or experience in Continuous Process Improvement, Lean, and Theory of Constraints (TOC) is beneficial though not required.
As a team member, you will be required to:
• Manage software responsible for inventory planning
• Analyze the business and operations
• Support client needs
• Coach organization through the implementation
• Identify Constraints
• Craft solutions in order to achieve the next jump in performance
• Get buy-in of key stakeholders
• Ability to travel as needed (expect 80%, will vary by project)
*Note, while our North America HQ is located in San Jose, this position does not require relocation and candidates can have a homebase from anywhere in the continental US.
We take on projects only when we believe our clients will achieve significant results. We tie a substantial portion of our fees to our clients’ achieving the targeted results. A few examples include:
Boeing documented hundreds of millions of dollars of savings through the application of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) to its Product Development Portfolio. We worked with Boeing to develop a Critical Chain solution that was simple and powerful enough to be deployed across the organization and produce dramatic improvements in a short period of time.
Delta Air Lines’ Catering Operations reported a 75% reduction in number of delays by applying TOC. Collaboration between Delta and its suppliers that run the catering operations, was critical to the project’s success. This collaboration, unprecedented in the industry, was achieved by creating win-win contracts, establishing new rules of working together, and setting up agreements on transparency.
Utah State Hospital for Mental Health achieved a reduction in its waiting list of patients from ~100 to 15. The average wait times decreased from 168 days to 40, capacity increased 78% and discharges increased 69%. The project involved synchronizing all services to a clinically driven, patient-centered discharge date. It required changes in policies, doctor and psychiatrists’ behavior, and unprecedented collaboration with the courts.
Internal surveys reveal that GCNA employees rank their work experience highly based on the:
• Ability to make a quantifiable difference to our customers
• Ability to contribute independently
• Ability to grow based on performance, not politics
• Exposure to different industries and problems
• Interactions with top management