Medical Device Operator – Galway | Collins McNicholas

Medical Device Operator – Galway

  • Reference: GJ41138BK
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Location: Connacht, Galway, Galway city
  • Category: Medical Devices

Experience & Skills:

  • Balloon forming, balloon cutting, tip grinding, moulding, balloon bonding and balloon folding
  • Balloon trimming
  • Balloon stretching
  • Balloon coating
  • Balloon burst testing
  • Inspection of balloons using microscope
  • Top Assembly
  • Performs the daily visual, clean, and verification checks as defined by departmental procedures and batch record instructions. 
  • Follow all work procedures (SOP) in line with specifications
  • Completing documentation in compliance with GMP
  • The role requires a person with min of 6 months’ experience in catheter assembly and sub assembly processes.
  • Previous experience of working within a medical device environment is an advantage.
  • Leaving certificate

For a confidential discussion and for more information on the role, please contact Eilis Duffy on 091-706721 or email

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