Manufacturing Engineer

Job description

Looking for a Manufacturing Engineer to work for a small but rapidly growing medical device company based in Galway. You would be responsible for leading a project to bring several products into production.

Key responsibilities:

  • As the lead, interact with product stakeholders (e.g. external vendors, production, quality, etc.) to identify opportunities and develop appropriate strategies
  • Work with/lead internal cross-functional teams and contract manufacturers or design firms to ensure system design, architecture, and verification/validation meets design input.
  • Evaluates external technologies and strategically identifies opportunities to implement them
  • Serve as a key communicator from the customer to the design team and to any external organizations, boards or committees.
  • To become the technical expert (subject matter expert) on platform and complex projects.
  • Project Management; Creates, drives, communicates & executes project plans, tasks and deliverables. Manages time to meet project deadlines
  • Develop processes, materials and solutions through in house and out of house development paths.
    Ensure design meets company’s expectations in terms of quality, cost and time.
  • Usesstructured problem-solving techniques and statistical methods for data driven analysis and decisions
  • Review and assess designs and processes for potential patent opportunities.
  • Build Quality into all aspects of work by maintaining compliance to all quality requirements
  • Provide technical guidance to other engineers & technicians

Key requirements:

  • A graduate in Engineering/Technical field with typically 5 years in a medical device environment or equivalent.
  • Experience with medical products such as large calibre delivery systems is an advantage
  • Product and process development skills in medical devices a must
  • Strong knowledge of materials and process capabilities for catheter based medical device implants
  • Strong working knowledge and ability to use statistical techniques, six sigma and DFSS methodology
  • Proficient in solid works, ACAD and FE
  • Ability to work within a team; fully motivated to achieve and demonstrate best practices in line with company objectives.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills to enhance collaboration and written skills to prepare/execute/communicate plans and reports
  • Strategic Planner with successful scheduling & execution results

If you are interested in this role, please send your resume to or call me on 091 455 300.


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