Medical Devices JobsDesign Assurance Engineer

  • GY50263
  • Permanent
  • Galway

Collins McNicholas

Job Purpose

A large medical device organisation in Galway is seeking a Design Assurance Engineer to join their business 

The job purpose is to fulfill the quality assurance responsibilities of the company’s new product development and post-market (commercial product) support, including: 

  • Demonstrating and promoting a commitment to improving patient safety, customer satisfaction and product quality 
  • Understanding and complying to the company’s quality, business, health & safety systems and market/legal regulations governing the quality systems. 
  • Removing or mitigating against risks associated with the design, use and the manufacturing of the company’s devices. 
  • Ensuring commitment to training requirements and understanding and complying with all regulations governing their work. 

What is the client looking for?

  • Experience in post market (complaints) support, risk management, design and process change, standards compliance (to regulatory requirements). 
  • Proficient in providing design quality support in the resolution of PIRs, complaints investigation, CAPAs, VIPs, regulatory requirement changes. 
  • Level 8 degree in a STEM discipline with a minimum of 3-4 years’ experience in a similar role.

What is on offer for you?

  • Opportunity to join an organisation who are at the forefront of their industry with a very impressive portfolio of products
  • Salary in line with your experience
  • Full family healthcare
  • Pension
  • Annual bonus

Please get in contact directly for more information, all discussions kept in the strictest of confidence;

091 706 718

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