Project Engineer

Posted 17 July 2023
LocationCounty Offaly
Job type Permanent
Discipline EngineeringManufacturing
Contact NameOliver Hayes

Job description

What you need to know

A globally-renowned medical device company in Co. Offaly that is a leading manufacturer of highly specialised and cutting-edge medical devices for orthopaedic surgery, neurosurgery, reconstructive and general surgery, and regenerative wound care is currently seeking a driven and diligent Project Engineer to join its team.
As a Project Engineer, you will be responsible for overseeing various engineering and process improvement projects and offer technical support to manufacturing operations.
This is a permanent role with an excellent salary and package that includes pension, bonus, healthcare and opportunities for training and development.   

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Key duties & responsibilities include:

  • Review obsolete component issues and lead the identification and specification review of alternatives and associated implementation efforts.

  • CAPA management and generation and adherence to GMP.

  • Communicate project status and escalate issues to the direct manager, program managers, and internal and external partners in a timely fashion.

  • To effectively manage the introduction of technology on product lines and process improvements.

  • Support other departments as required, e.g., assist in the analysis of customer returns, debug, root cause analysis, technical support for customers, conduct tests in the Laboratory, etc.

  • Actively contribute to the enhancement of compliance initiatives for areas of responsibility.

  • Develop strong links with the company’s other plants to ensure effective ongoing transfer and sharing of products, processes, and systems.

  • Develop process improvement projects to achieve the highest quality standards.

  • Provide technical leadership and a structured approach to problem-solving for operations personnel involved in process engineering and development activities.

What are we looking for?

  • Honours Degree in Electro-Mechanical, Electronic, Mechanical, or related Engineering discipline. 

  • A minimum of three years' relevant experience in a regulated manufacturing environment. 

  • Strong working knowledge of ISO 13485 and 21CFR820

  • Familiar with electro-mechanical systems design and debugging.

  • Innovative thinker that is solutions focused and can propose and deliver initiatives for new developments and continuous improvements.

  • Excellent communicator (oral and written) and is comfortable producing detailed reports. 

  • A proven track record of leading and executing Process Validations.

  • Technical competency in reading schematics (both electrical and mechanical)

  • Strong team player who enjoys working in cross-functional teams to achieve collective company goals. 

  • Excellent planning and organizational skills with the ability to consistently meet deadlines. 

  • MS Office, including MS Project

Interested in this role?

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