Collins McNicholas

Engineering Project Manager

The Engineering Project Manager will be responsible for leading cross-functional teams in the development of new products, technology, and equipment.

Responsibilities include;

  • Developing and executing integrated business and project plans
  • Leading teams and providing guidance (engineering, operations, and quality)
  • Managing project budgets and risks, and communicating regularly to stakeholders.

Additionally, this position is responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with functional management and senior leaders to gain the cross-functional support needed to drive successful commercialization of new products, technology, and equipment.

The Engineering Project Manager requires a blend of leadership, project management, process development, business acumen, and communication skills.


  • Minimum 3 years of project/program management experience ideally within regulated environment
  • Minimum 6 years of relevant engineering experience within a manufacturing environment
  • Primary Degree in Engineering discipline
  • Project Management training / qualifications, PMP preferred
  • Manufacturing process development experience; demonstrated understanding of DFM principles, DOE techniques and statistical analysis tool.

A more detailed job specification is available upon request


For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Davin Ferguson on 0719140251 or email


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