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NPD Engineer

Job description

NPD Engineer

This is a new job based in an expanding medical device company in Galway. This company is introducing new products onsite and there's a lot of projects happening so it is a brilliant time to join them.

Your Responsibilities:

  • You will actively participate in all areas of new product development including the following: Design, Technology development & advancement, Automation, Vendor management & Project management.
  • You will use Design, Reliability & Manufacturability methodology (DRM), 3-D drawing/printing and Augmented reality to develop best in class technologies for the manufacture of our new medical device product ranges.
  • You will collaborate with cross functional teams to define, execute and deliver on New Product Development requirements.
  • You will lead & support teams driving technology process innovation with emphasis on improving quality, reducing variation and developing state of the art automated and semi-automated systems.
  • You will support process development, characterization and validation activities to support new product introduction.
  • You will utilize your new and existing skillsets in six sigma tools, project management and technology development to solve technical problems.
  • You will compile, document and present all learnings to project and functional teams.

Your Skills and Experience:

  • Third Level 8 Degree or higher in Electronic, Electrical, Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering or related discipline and desirably with experience in a similar role.
  • Dynamic team player and can work effectively and proactively on cross-functional teams
  • Knowledge of medical device processes with a good understanding of product and process design.
  • Good communicator and fluent in English, with a high level of enthusiasm and motivation.
  • Good organizational, presentation and project management skills are desirable.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in - apply!

Or for more information, please contact Emma on 091 455 307.

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