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Project Process Engineer

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Contact Email: emma.cawley@collinsmcnicholas.ie
  • Job Ref: 22392

Join a dynamic team as a Project Process Engineer and be at the forefront of engineering innovation. In this role, you will be instrumental in developing and optimising engineering processes, contributing to a commitment to delivering groundbreaking solutions.

Responsibilities

As a Project Process Engineer, you will be responsible for

  • Engineering Studies/Design of Experiments (DOE): Lead the development, execution, and documentation of innovative processes, equipment, and materials to establish optimal performance parameters.

  • New Product/Process Introduction: Oversee the introduction of new products from concept to testing, ensuring a seamless transition and effective process development.

  • Process Development & Documentation: Innovate, assess, and refine processes, maintain comprehensive documentation, and conduct trials with effective problem-solving strategies.

  • Process Qualification: Manage process qualification stages (IQ, OQ, PQ), demonstrating a thorough understanding of process capability and meticulous documentation.

  • Mould Setup & Validation: Coordinate the setup, validation, and design review of new moulds, collaborating with customers to meet project requirements and timelines.

  • Equipment/Machinery Management: Operate and maintain moulding shop equipment, ensuring optimal performance and adherence to preventive maintenance schedules.

  • Mechanical Design & Continual Improvement: Lead the design of measurement and work holding fixtures using design software and drive improvements in existing processes to enhance product quality and productivity.

  • Energy Efficiency & Technical Proficiency: Map and manage energy use, implement reduction strategies, and demonstrate technical knowledge in PLCs, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, and mechanical principles.

Requirements

As a Project Process Engineer, your will need to have:

  • Educational Background: A degree in Mechanical, Polymer, or a related Engineering discipline is essential.

  • Technical Proficiency: Proficient in mechanical design software such as Solidworks and AutoCAD/Draftsight.Good understanding of PLCs, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, and basic electrical principles.

  • Process Engineering: Experience in conducting engineering studies, designing experiments (DOE), and process qualification stages (IQ, OQ, PQ). Skills in process development, documentation, trials, troubleshooting, and continual improvement initiatives.

  • Project Management: Demonstrated ability in new product/process introduction, mould setup, validation, and design review. Hands-on experience with moulding shop equipment operation and maintenance, including IMM, chillers, heaters, driers, material feed/blending, and robotics.

For more details on this role, feel free to reach out to me emma.cawley@collinsmcnicholas.ie

Kindly note that, given the expected high volume of applications, we can only respond to candidates whose qualifications closely match the specific requirements of the role. We genuinely value your interest in this opportunity and thank you for your understanding.