Process Engineer (Medical Device)
Process Engineer (medical device) - Co. Clare. You will be responsible for supporting current production processes and supporting the development of new products, primarily in the medical sector. Duties & Responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Day to day process engineering support for current production processes. • Provide strong technical support to the production team. • Support the introduction of all new products into the company and compiling standard specifications for each process and monitoring all existing production to standard specifications. • Responsible for executing projects relating to new products, the continuous improvement program, lean program & line extensions for existing customers & products. • Responsible for process optimisation of existing processes. • Ensures process optimisation using statistical techniques. • Works with the Production Group Leaders (PGL’s) in troubleshooting processing problems. • Establishes relationships with the customers and equipment/ raw material suppliers in pursuit of continuous improvement and on-going business development. • Attends schedules and facilitates internal meetings to help establish priorities and assign tasks. • Solves, in conjunction with the Quality department, customer related problems/issues as needed and is responsible for closeout of internal quality and CAPA related actions. • Instructs others, formally or informally, regarding manufacturing related skills or knowledge and assist in the training of employees on new processes or systems introduced to the company. • Coordinate the development of documentation in the Production and Technical areas in line with ISO9001 and ISO 13485 requirements and review the systems with the Group Leaders and the Quality department on a regular basis to ensure conformance to same. • Communicate on a regular basis with external suppliers of materials and equipment and provide regular feedback on any issues to the management team. Compliance to all site Environmental, Health and Safety requirements training, and regulations. • Compliance to all local site company policies, procedures and corporate policies. Education & Experience Required: • Must have a minimum of a National Diploma Level 7 or Level 8. • Significant experience in the injection moulding sector. • Must have a very good knowledge of injection mould tooling and design . • Preferably experience in the medical device industry. • Must have dealt with customers in a previous employment. • Preferably have some knowledge of real-time monitoring systems. • Must have an in-depth knowledge of Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Design of Experiments (DOE) and demonstrate use of same. • Must have good data analysis capabilities & be familiar with statistical software (ideally Minitab. • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to accurately document work performed. • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment. • Must demonstrate knowledge of 6 Sigma methodology. • Must be able to work independently on own projects while working concurrently with all departments. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
7 days ago