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Manufacturing Engineer 2

ID
14543
Location
Limerick, Limerick
Role Type
Temporary
Contact
Regina Carroll
Email
jobs@hero.ie
Phone
+353 86 010 0903
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Manufacturing Engineer 2

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Manufacturing Engineer 2

Our client is a leading Medical Device Manufacturer, based centrally in Limerick.  This role is an 18 month fixed term contact offering competitive salary and all company benefits. 

Responsibilities:

Process Improvement

  • Lead projects to implement process changes for improved device quality, performance, and cost reduction.
  • Identify and drive yield and efficiency improvement opportunities.
  • Provide engineering input for resolving Non-Conformances and regulatory submissions.
  • Collaborate with R&D and Process Development for smooth device transfers.
  • Develop and implement engineering layout plans for line extensions or redesigns.
  • Participate in CAPA, Design, Manufacturing, EHS, or NPI projects.
  • Lead or support Continuous Improvement activities to enhance key business metrics.
  • Develop project deliverables such as BOMs and production documentation.

Production Maintenance

  • Develop and implement maintenance strategies for production equipment.
  • Ensure Preventative Maintenance and Calibration activities optimize equipment performance.
  • Plan and schedule maintenance tasks with Operations.
  • Conduct tooling criticality assessments and manage equipment in the INFOR EAM system.
  • Resolve equipment issues through Green Belt or Problem-Solving events.
  • Source and install new equipment as per quality systems.
  • Develop jigs, fixtures, and tooling to improve efficiencies.
  • Define maintenance and calibration requirements for new and existing equipment.
  • Conduct time studies and generate standard work instructions.
  • Plan and execute improvement projects to meet timelines, quality, and cost targets.

New Product Introduction

  • Lead or support process development activities for New Product Introduction (NPI).
  • Ensure new products follow DFM principles and integrate with current systems.
  • Define Bills of Materials and product capacity requirements.
  • Drive project tasks to meet milestones and business metrics.
  • Provide technical expertise for regulatory submissions and renewals.

Qualifications / Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or related field preferred, with 3+ years relevant experience.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, and project planning skills.
  • Proven problem-solving abilities and high motivation for excellence.
  • Experience in medical device quality and regulatory systems preferred.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and willing to travel as needed.

For further information on this role please contact Regina Carroll  call 086 0100 903 or email jobs@hero.ie

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