|Job Ref: 3251||Recruiter: Tom Doyle|
|Country: Ireland||Location: Co.Wexford|
|Job Category: Process, Pharma Life Science,||Salary Range: €Negotiable|
As a minimum suitable applicants will have: a 3rd level Engineering degree with the relevant number of years experience listed working as a Manufacturing Engineer in either a Medical Device or Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plant providing support to production and manufacturing. Ability to work in an organised fashion, Attention to detail and be a Self-starter.
JOB SUMMARY: Provide engineering support to production through improved methods, processes, jigs and fixtures, tooling and machine enhancements to improve standard times and employee efficiencies in order to manufacture quality medical guidewires at the target costs. Validate and introduce new equipment and processes to production. Create and maintain Device Master Record (DMR) Documentation through the order entry and ECO process.
Train employees to perform processes as documented by standard operating procedures. Provide leadership to Engineering and Production departments.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
Ability to communicate and work with people inside and outside the Department as necessary to execute these responsibilities.
Provide leadership both directly, and by example, as befits a senior position.
Ability to train and lead assigned employees.
Ability to understand and follow appropriate Departmental policies, procedures, practices and to understand inter-relationships of people and functions.
Knowledge of manufacturing operations, systems and project management, including procurement, inventory control, quality control, production planning and control, test and inspection, layout.
Knowledge of engineering theories, methods and work measurement techniques.
Ability to apply engineering methods in the definition, design, research, development, utilisation, maintenance, and cost-control of processes and equipment to build Lake Region products and improve qualities and reduce costs of such processes and products.
For further information or to apply: Contact: Tom Doyle at kppm. P: 086 8205038 E:firstname.lastname@example.org
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