Collins McNicholas

Production Operatives – Medical device manufacturer – Sligo 

We require a number of Manufacturing Operators / Production Operatives for a client in the Sligo region. 

Ideally, you should have some previous manufacturing experience, regulated environment would be desirable. 


  • Reports to the Team Leader.
  • Capable of supporting equipment and ensures that machines are operated in a safe manner in accordance with SOP.
  • Ensures the quality of the products produced by inspecting parts visually and through measuring devices; records measurement information and alerts Team Leader of any deviations from the part specification.
  • Packages the product according to customer specification according to proper procedure and specifications; Places finished product in the correct location.
  • Completes machine report on a daily basis; records area counts, product order scrap, machine cycle time and daily production output/yield/cycle times.
  • Proficient PC skills for data entry into a computer.
  • Checks part counts by weighing them; able to set scale and verify scale accuracy.
  • Ensures that the correct raw materials are being used at each moulding machine; ensures raw material is staged/ready for the next product run.
  • Maintains work areas in a clean and orderly manner by practicing good housekeeping, GMP and knowledge of 5S/6S would be of benefit.
  • Performs additional duties at the request of the direct Team Leader.
  • Maintains methods/procedures and all supporting documentation to meet the requirements of Quality Systems ISO9001:2000 / ISO 13485.


  • Ideally, have previous experience working in a controlled clean room environment and willing to work within one. E.G. Wearing gown, cap and relevant personal protective equipment.
  • Must be willing to work on shift.
  • Have good verbal reasoning, numerate ability and mechanical aptitude skills.
  • Good communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Basic knowledge and understanding of computers.
  • Adhere to SOP’s and understanding of compliance with the Quality system


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

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