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Manufacturing Engineer

Job description

Looking for a Manufacturing Engineer with at least five years experience in a highly regulated environment to work for a leading Medical Device company in Galway.

Key responsibilities:

  • Continually assess and review day to day manufacturing issues / practises, and strive for improvement by analysing, developing and implementing corrective solutions
  • Using lean tools e.g., A3, 8 step methodologies breakdown and resolve problems as they arise.
  • Ensure that all products/processes are developed / run in compliance with regulatory requirements / best practise.
  • Capable of working independently, leading project teams, or working as part of an overall project team on specific assignment objectives, complex features and possible solutions.
  • Capable of planning, organizing, providing leadership / direction to other team members including engineers, technicians and production personnel, as well as reporting progress to management as required.
  • Using AutoCAD, Solid Works or similar design package, create technical specifications as required.
  • Lead complex projects from initial concept to final validation.
  • Planning, budgeting and leading of continuous improvement and /or new product / process-based projects.

Key requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree or Masters in an Engineering discipline e.g. Mechatronics, Mechanical ENG, Biomedical or equivalent,
  • At least 5 years, experience in a Medical device or similar industry.
  • Experience dealing with, and managing Cross functional teams, e.g. Customers, Marketing, Production, Clinical and Regulatory personnel, to develop and implement solutions over a wide and varied scope.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills and the ability to work effectively as a team member.
  • Demonstrated analytical problem-solving ability.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office including MS Project, Excel, Word etc. or similar.
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of Medical Device quality & regulatory systems and medical device directives.
  • Demonstrated experience of applying Lean tools / Six Sigma techniques e.g. 5S and TPM programs, to improve business processes & performance.
  • Green Belt or Black Belt certification an advantage.
  • Proficient user of AutoCAD, Solid works or similar design software.

If you are interested in this role, please send your resume to mslevin@sigmar.ie or call me on 091 455 300 for more information

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