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Manufacturing Engineer II

  • Sector: Engineering
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  • Job Ref: 18965

An exciting opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer II to join a world-leading Medical Device company based in Limerick on a permanent contract. This company is one of the newest in the region having broken ground in 2018 and will have a headcount of 850 staff after the next phase of investment.

Role Responsibilities:

  •  Improve manufacturing processes using engineering methods (e.g., LEAN methods, basic statistics) for continuous process improvement.
  • Develop basic experiments and tests (including writing and executing protocols) to qualify and validate manufacturing processes; analyze results, make recommendations, and develop reports.
  • Analyze and resolve basic Manufacturing and Compliance issues (e.g., CAPA, non-conformances, audit observations).
  • Develop training and documentation materials (e.g., work instructions) for production to enable the seamless knowledge transfer of project and manufacturing processes.
  • Establish project plans to ensure deliverables are completed to customer’s expectations, using project management tools (e.g., Project Plan, Risk Analysis, etc.).
  • Identify opportunities for re-design/design of basic equipment, tools, fixtures, etc. to improve manufacturing processes.
  • Oversee manufacturing support tasks; give instruction to technicians on conducting tests; train technicians and provide feedback; and coordinate technician work.
  • Other incidental duties assigned by Leadership.

Role Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or scientific field , minimum of 2 years experience Required.
  • Good computer skills in usage of MS Office Suite including MS Project; CAD experience preferred (if applicable).
  • Basic documentation, communication (e.g., written and verbal) and interpersonal relationship skills.
  • Basic understanding of statistical techniques.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Barry O'Brien.