Manufacturing Systems Engineer

Job description

Manufacturing Systems Engineer

Location - Clare

Salary - DOE

Manufacturing Systems Engineer Responsibilities:

  • As LabVIEW specialist, efficiently develop software in the LabVIEW programming environment for our extensive test systems.
  • Develop system-level requirements into individual specifications for mechanical, electrical, and software components of a system and select appropriate hardware.
  • Define state-of-the-art technologies to be developed and applied in current and future business opportunities
  • Accurately scope time required to develop LabVIEW programs.
  • Lead and execute LabVIEW manufacturing software refreshment program for existing applications.
  • Practice effective revision control of programs that are developed.
  • Effectively troubleshoot the systems associated with the LabVIEW program, such as the host PC, sensors, product, instrumentation, electrical junctions, etc.
  • Identify hazards, control, and mitigate risk to ensure safety and effective system change management.  
  • Test prototypes and/or production systems. Analyse test results using SPC techniques.
  • Without oversight, reliably document test results, design configurations, and similar data.
  • Work on assigned tasks diligently and in a safe manner that protects yourself and others.
  • Provide emergency assistance for repair and maintenance of production equipment
  • Creating / updating, test procedures and specifications for release to manufacturing.
  • Initiate BOM updates for changes in manufacturing documentation via ECM process.
  • Work with the engineering teams, application specialists and quality department to improve process stability and product quality.

Job Requirments:

  • Good Understanding of test equipment – Oscilloscopes, pulse generators, impedance analysers, Environmental Chambers, and other instrumentation
  • Minimum B.Eng. Electronics or equivalent degree in a related field of manufacturing or engineering
  • Certified LabVIEW Developer or higher credential desired
  • At least 1400 hours of experience programming in LabVIEW
  • Test Engineering experience
  • Solid digital communication protocol understanding for equipment control and data acquisition
  • System P&ID Generation via AutoCAD or Solid works or similar
  • Programming experience –Visual Basic, Access, C++
  • Tableau / Power BI
  • Good analytical, problem solving, and root-cause analysis skills
  • Ability to multi-task and handle tasks with competing priorities effectively
  • Good interpersonal communication and facilitation skills
  • Experience in SPC using Minitab, JMP and MS Excel or Access
  • Ability to work effectively in cross-functional team


To apply for this position please contact Catherina at Sigmar Recruitment T: +353 91 749261 E:

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