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Project Engineer - Manufacturing - 5 days on site

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  • 01 Feb 2024
  • Waterford
  • Contract

Project Engineer – High Volume Manufacturing – 5 days on-site.


About the Company
We are currently working with one of Ireland’s leading medical device companies who develop devices for export all across the work. They product are globally know and they have been a stalwart in the Irish medical device sector for over 50 years. They are currently looking to recruit an Project Engineer, on a 12 month contract,  who can help them in maximising their project potential on site and assist in the development of a new product line they have for 2024. This client is one of Europe’s leading names in this sector and carry a reputation of quality and innovation in the areas of Project
Engineering to ensure delivery to the global market place.  


About the Position
The Project Engineer will be a valued member in process validation activities, writing protocols, data gathering and analysis and validation report generation. You will analyse data and trends, correlations, etc to better understand process interdependencies and demonstrate the process is capable as alternative sources are introduced into a process. 


This is a 12 month contract for and will require you to be on site 5 days a week. You must be able to travel to Waterford for this role.

Experience/Requirements 
Within this role you are will:

  • Plan and coordinate assigned engineering projects including requesting line time for development protocol and validation executions.
  • Gather stakeholder input to write protocols with clearly defined acceptance criteria.
  • Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments to introduce alternate raw material sources while maintaining product safety.
  • Conduct and support process validations.
  • Generate engineering development and validation reports for new raw materials.
  • Identify through the validation process and through in process monitoring and trending, opportunities for process/productivity improvement and optimisation.
  • Support new and existing manufacturing processes, quality improvements and cost reductions.
  • Support drafting new or update existing documentation for process changes being introduced through validations.
  • Ensure product quality and all tasks are in accordance with established SOPs, GMPs, Divisional Specifications, and EHS standards.
  • Develop, design and train manufacturing personnel in required operations.
  • Deliver project requirements to agreed cost, schedule, and quality requirements.
  • Completing engineering analysis and support implementing necessary corrective actions to resolve problems.
  • Work collaboratively with others such as Supplier Quality, Procurement QC to accomplish goals. 

For this role you are required to have:
  • Level 8 degree in an engineering discipline.
  • 3-5 years engineering experience in a high-volume manufacturing environment
  • Experience with high volume and / or high precision manufacturing.
  • Experience in writing and executing validation protocols in a high-volume manufacturing environment.
  • Experience in collaborating with other departments in setting validation acceptance criteria, along with execution of validations and report generation. 
  • Special Skills: Computer Literacy with skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Operational knowledge of statistical techniques.
  • Must be able to develop working relationships with various internal core competencies and work as a team member.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • You must be withing travelling distance to Waterford.


Remuneration Package

This is a 12-month contract position and rates will be dependent on experience. This is an onsite, 5 day a week role.

Contact
For more information on this position or other engineering roles, please contact Cathal on 01-5927850 or hit the apply button below to send your cv. Alternatively, contact him directly via email: 

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