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Process Technician (Weekend Shift)

Job description

Process Technician (Weekend Shift)

A Multinational Medical Device company in Galway is currently seeking a Process Technician to support Weekend shift production. This person will work 2 12-hour shifts over the weekend and work their remaining hours during the week.

Process Technician Responsibilities

  • Communicate any concerns about work process regarding environmental impact, health or safety issues to their Manager
  • Build Quality into all aspects of work by maintaining compliance to all quality requirements
  • Work with Manufacturing Engineers in developing, trouble shooting, standardising and improving existing production methods and procedures
  • Assist ME’s in investigating and implementing new production methods
  • Assist ME’s in design methods, part sourcing and documentation
  • Design, specify, manufacture, test and document production equipment, changes and improvements
  • Interface with a variety of internal personnel and with outside vendors when necessary while performing the above
  • Take responsibility for preventative maintenance procedures with an assigned process or area

Process Technician Requirements

  • Strong Electro/Mechanical background with hands on experience with electrical and mechanical
  • Experience in high volume automation / robotics an advantage
  • Experience in Pneumatics, Electronics, Hydraulics, Programmable Controllers, Servo Motor
  • drives, Vision systems or workshop machining desirable
  • Polymer processing, Balloon Forming or Grinding process experience an advantage
  • Yield Management - Ability to manage yield on an hour-by-hour basis and analyse trends and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Problem Solving – Formal problem solving is desirable. Strong mechanical problem-solving skills essential. Follow systematic root cause problem solving and troubleshooting to resolve issues
  • Carry out preventative and corrective maintenance, completing all associated paperwork and records
  • Experience in a Healthcare medical device manufacturing environment highly desirable
  • Microsoft office proficient – Able to analyse data in Excel and draw logical conclusions
  • Communication skills. Ability to explain and communicate issues effectively
  • Teamwork - Ability to work with Operators & as part of a Core Production team - Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Proven experience in process improvements including tooling / fixture design, build and implementation
  • Ability to work on own with minimum supervision
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills important

To apply for this position please contact Catherina at Sigmar Recruitment T: +353 91 749261 E:  cforde@sigmar.ie

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