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Validation Engineer

  • Location: County Westmeath
  • Job Type:Permanent
  • Sector: Engineering
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  • Client: Teleflex
  • Job Ref: 22371

We have an opening for a Validation Engineer with a Leading Global Medical Device company based in Athlone. The Validation Engineer will be responsible for assisting and supporting the execution and oversight of Sustaining Engineering material CIP (Cost Improvement Projects) within the Global Procurement Team.

The Validation Engineer is required to have an understanding of development, manufacturing, Design Control, medical device regulation, and project management. This is a Permanent role with a Hybrid Working Option for the successful candidate.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Draft and route project Charters, identifying the required deliverables per local and global procedures, as well as governing regulations, with moderate guidance.

  • Interface with cross-functional teams to track project deliverables, responsibility, and progress.

  • Utilise available data to build timelines, task trackers, risk registers, meeting cadences, etc. based on basic knowledge of project management processes.

  • Actively coordinate and manage the portfolio of projects to be delivered and as agreed by the senior leadership team as priority projects. 

  • Assist program leaders and individual contributors in directing and managing a project’s development from concept to project completion.

  • Help define project scope, goals, and deliverables that support business objectives in collaboration with senior management and stakeholders.

  • Ensure full-scale project plans and associated communication documents are fully prepared to support program deliverables.

  • Work with project leaders to estimate the resources and participants needed to achieve project goals.

  • Oversee the planning and scheduling of project timelines and milestones using appropriate tools.

  • Define individual project success criteria and disseminate them to involved parties throughout the project life cycle.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Science in an Engineering or related technical discipline.

  • Min 3 years of experience in medical device, regulated industry, or related field.

  • Has a basic understanding of development and manufacturing processes.

  • Can utilise available data to build timelines, task trackers, risk registers, meeting cadences, etc. 

  • Strong communication Skills.

  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritise/schedule work to meet project needs with routine supervision.

  • Experience with Microsoft Office – PC, Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

What's on offer?

  • Competitive Salary

  • Healthcare

  • Hybrid Working

If you would like more information on this role you can contact Paul Dunican

(090) 641 7022