Project Engineer (Medical Devices)

Mechanical Project Engineer, Medical Devices, Limerick
Your new company
Your new company is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of healthcare products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical and medical devices, and diagnostics markets. Operating in Ireland for the last 80 years they supply across the consumer, medical devices and diagnostics and pharmaceutical industries and use innovative solutions, products, and medicines to improve their customers lives every day. They are now looking for a project engineer to join their team in Limerick on a 12-month contract.

Your new role
You will provide engineering support in developing new or improving existing equipment and/or process related activities and assist in defining process equipment requirements and specifications based on process requirements, safety requirements and customer needs. You will be responsible for perform project management tasks for small to medium scale projects involving either new or existing equipment, assist in determining the budget to support requirements, evaluate or assist in evaluating technology necessary to support requirements, propose options to Management, Customer, Stakeholders, provide technical support for projects support and develop and execute equipment or process related validations in accordance with IML requirements, processes and procedures, assist in negotiation with equipment suppliers, utilize necessary project tools, i.e. URS, Microsoft Project, etc. to manage projects successful ,develop the necessary equipment, process and product knowledge to be recognised as a local expert, measure/evaluate equipment efficiencies, downtime and assist in the development of maintenance requirements, propose and implement improvement projects that improve compliance, improve efficiencies, yields or throughputs, define root cause and implement solutions to equipment and process related non-conformances utilising the NCMR and CAPA processes, actively interfacing with cross-functional team members, always practicing good team work in support of day to day operating requirements, ensure effective closure on quality system documents (Audit Action, NCR’s, CAPA’s, Maps, etc.), implementation of safety/environment requirements on purchase and changes of all new and existing equipment.

What you'll need to succeed
A degree in production, manufacturing or mechanical engineering and 4 years’ experience in relevant engineering role is required.
Prior experience in a GMP or medical device manufacturing environment and experience in process development experience, equipment and process validation activities Familiar with ISO safety standards
Previous experience in the use of ‘black belt’ statistical techniques would be a distinct advantage, as would familiarity with equipment validation in a FDA environment
The ability to develop good working relationships across the business and motivate and lead
Ability to work on own initiative
Good project management and communication skills.
Attention to detail

What you'll get in return
A competitive hourly rate depending on experience and the chance to work with an internationally recognised company.

What you need to do now
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Tipo de trabajo
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Hablar con un consultor

Hablar con Jane Sharkey, la persona que lleva esta posición, en la oficina de Hays Recruitment, Dublin
26/27a Grafton Street, Dublin

Teléfono: 015710016