Our client, a medical device company in Galway are currently looking to recruit a Manufacturing Engineer for their site.
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As a Manufacturing Engineer you will be responsible for the Technical and Quality evaluation of vendors processes for the supply of components. In addition you will be responsible for ongoing Vendor management to ensure that all sourced parts conform to specification on an ongoing basis.
As a Manufacturing Engineer, you will provide technical support to production, materials and manufacturing communicating and resolving any quality issues occurring on a component supplied by this vendor. You will carry out Vendor approval / surveillance audits to ensure that suppliers are capable of meeting the quality requirements on a continuous basis. You will represent the Vendor Engineering group in Design Implementations and Vendor Transfers by generating and executing clear, concise Vendor Process Qualification protocols and reports. You will ensure that "First Articles" are carried out to verify that all parts meet their dimensional and functional requirements. You will manage vendors on an ongoing basis via regular, periodic audits and Quality Improvement Teams to guarantee consistent high quality performance on an ongoing basis. You will participate in cross functional teams to review process improvements / optimizations at suppliers through PFMEA's and control plans.
- We are looking for a qualified person to Third Level Degree (BSc) (L8) with at least 3 years in Mechanical, Electronic or Manufacturing engineering discipline.
- You are a dynamic team player and can work effectively and proactively on cross-functional teams.
- You are experienced with process/product development and knowledge of process qualification and validation techniques.
- Broad knowledge of materials and processes applicable to medical device industry is desirable. Experience of medical device industry regulations (Lead Auditor Certification), manufacturing engineering role and ability to manage self and others to achieve challenging targets is advantageous.
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