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Six Sigma Black belt and Green belt practitioners are found in many organizations wishing to improve their work on a daily basis.
Some of the more common positions suited for “belted” practitioners include mid to upper level project managers, process engineers, consultants, and manufacturing engineers.
There are several career paths available because of the fact that Six Sigma can be effective in improving business processes in many different fields.
The Six Sigma skillset is sought by a growing number of companies are looking to fill a wide variety of positions with candidates who are adept at applying the methodology principles of Six Sigma.
Depending on the organization, the culture, the number of projects within the company there may be multiple positions available. These may include Master Black belts, Black belts, Green belts and Yellow Belts. A Yellow belt has received the basic training necessary to understand Six Sigma and its deployment within a company.
Belt certification can set people apart from non-certified applicants vying for positions that require advanced process management skills. It can also prepare them for higher levels of certification if and when they decide to pursue an executive leadership position.
Many fortune 500 companies offer a variety of Six Sigma career opportunities for business professionals. Use careers would include positions such as:
- Director of Performance Excellence
- Project Engineer
- Compliance Structural Engineer
- Reliability Engineer
- Operating System Specialist
- Senior IT Project Manager
- Data Scientist
- Systems Redesign Coordinators
- Lean Six Sigma Consultant
- Lead Manufacturing Engineer
- Process Development Engineer
- Warehouse Operations Manager
- Business Process Analyst
These careers include jobs in electronic, business analysis, quality assurance, project management, risk management, performance improvement, client service managers, manufacturing supervisors, supply chain consultants, deployment engineers, plant managers, and business analysts.
When looking for job opportunities a Six Sigma professional or the company hiring a Six Sigma professional would ask the following questions.
What is the current knowledge base of employees for using the tools and techniques?
What level of knowledge should they have?
What barriers would an applicant have or exist within the company?
What Six Sigma related process tools and techniques do you currently use?
Are there any industry specific requirements that should be considered for your company?
Interested in getting your belt? Looking to enhance your resume? Show your value to existing or prospective employers? Build on a successful career? Interested in performance improvement?
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