General Information

Location: Puyallup, WA

Organization: WCG IRB

Job Type: Full Time - Regular

Description and Requirements

Come join our team!

As a Continuous Improvement (CI) Specialist on our team, you will play a major role in improving public health. Specifically, you'll be leading improvement projects to increase the speed of processes and productivity of staff. You’ll be leveraging data and technology to solve problems and/or improve processes. In addition, you will be working as part of the CI team, supporting all CI initiatives and recommending changes to ensure alignment with company goals.

Our ideal candidate brings a bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of 2 years’ experience in process oriented or project management roles. Familiarity with lean methodologies or prior participation with Six Sigma or Kaizen events would be a huge plus. If you are self-motivated, tenacious, and have the ability to communicate across teams to drive results, then this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Please note: This is a hybrid role that will require the selected candidate to come into the Puyallup, WA office 3 days per week. For this reason, we are only seeking candidates who live within a commutable distance to our office.

Not only will you learn and grow in this role, but you will enjoy the rewards of being a WCG IRB team member, including:

·        Be a part of a great team in a mission-driven organization

·        Competitive salary with bonus potential

·        Flexible work schedule (3 days in office, 2 days remote)

·        Robust medical, dental, and vision plans within 30 days of employment

·        Up to 20 days PTO and 12 paid holidays annually

·        Matching 401K program

·        Tuition reimbursement

·        Much, much more!!!

Interested? Please apply today and one of our Talent associates will be in touch.

Covid-19 Vaccination

Please note that, to be considered for U.S.-based positions unless currently employed by WCG, where permitted by applicable law (including any applicable reasonable accommodation, medical or religious exemption), candidates must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by start date.