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Employer

Keltia Ireland Ltd

Job Title

Injection Molding Process Engineer-Clare

Description

Keltia Ireland Ltd is a technical support services company providing engineering CAD design, CAD training and a broad range of technical recruiting services to customers in the Aerospace, Automotive, Medical Device and other engineering industries on a permanent and contractual basis. We opened our office in Ireland in 2012 and we have an Irish owned sister company in the US, Keltia Design, Inc. that has been in business for over 17 years. Our Client in the West of Ireland region is a leading provider of innovative and advanced electronic components and solutions for a wild variety of industries, including the automotive, aerospace, medical and consumer products industries. They are currently seeking an Injection Moulding Process Engineer for a permanent position. This promises to be an exciting opportunity for a suitable candidate with the right experience. Process Introduction of New Tools; Tool trials at tool makers and in-house, tool set-up, qualification runs and handover to production. Assist with the design and debugging of new systems, tooling and automation. Completion of IQ, OQ, PQ validation reports. Perform designed experiments to enhance processes as well as improve yields and utilization through reduced cycle and efficient set-ups. Front line liaison with customers, suppliers and toolmakers. Responsible for the Moulding Process Systems including setting sheets, process control, deviation and control of setting sheets. Troubleshooting, supporting Team Leaders as required. Liaising with tool room, maintenance, production and quality on a daily basis. Develop/Implement maintenance programs for moulding and ancillary equipment. Training of all Team Leaders and to ensure that they are capable of managing all of the day-to-day issues. Assist Operations Manager in maintaining clean, safe working environment. Other duties as assigned. The ideal candidate will have: - Degree in Polymer or Mechanical engineering or equivalent. 3-5 years’ experience in a high volume moulding environment. Experience in cleanroom procedures and medical moulding. Familiar with process set up and validation, including performing process window studies, IQ,OQ,PQ highly desirable. Along With: Ability to work in a team environment. Excellent organisation, communication, computer and presentation skills. Systematic troubleshooting skills. Strong leadership of technical issue resolution. Lean Six Sigma skills an advantage. Proficient in MS Office applications, MS Project. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.

Location

Limerick, Clare

Date Added

103 days ago

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