Job Details for Process Development Engineer
What you need to know
You will work as a Process Development Engineer for our medical device client in Galway.
This is a contract position initially with excellent opportunities for career progression in a global medical device organisation.
You will work in the Cardiac and Vascular Space and you will design and develop cutting edge equipment and processes for medical devices.
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Key duties & responsibilities:
- Partner with PDP functions to define, execute and deliver NPD requirements
- Responsible for the development and optimization of new process concepts and technologies
- Problem solve on technical problems associated with processes and equipment using problem solving techniques and methodologies
- Leading process innovation – improving quality, reduce process variation and reduce cost and cycle time
- Lead process and equipment development, process characterization and process qualification to support NPI
- Participate in NPD teams and develop strong processes
- Design, develop and progress a process from concept phase into commercialisation phase and participate in Lean initiatives in process development
- Ensure functional excellence in process development including DRM, MOS, COS, Six Sigma, Lean, Process Characterization, transfer and scale up to manufacturing
What are we looking for?
- BEng or Masters qualification in Mechanical, Biomedical or a related engineering discipline
- 2-3 years’ experience ideally in a medical device environment
- Strong knowledge of process and product development process and requirements
- Good presentation and project management skills
- High level of enthusiasm and motivation
- Dynamic team player who can work effectively with cross functional teams
- Strong interpersonal skills and displays the highest level of integrity.
Apply for this job now or get in touch with Niall on 09064-90485.
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