Ref No: AM17466
Automation / Manufacturing Engineer - County Waterford.
In this capacity you will monitor the quality and efficiency performance of assigned product lines and provide support in driving continuous improvement through process development, root cause analysis and systematic problem solving.
Support design, buy-off, installation and validation of automated production lines.
Process Characterisation / Optimisation (DFMEA’s, PFMEA’s DOE’s etc.).
Lead systematic technical root cause investigations.
Support production line ramp to achieve mature production targets.
Drive continuous improvement projects.
Manage assigned project budgets; liaise with customers and contractors as required.
Support technical training.
Support all company safety and quality programs and initiatives.
Ensure ongoing compliance with GMP in all practices, recording of events and processes.
Ensure compliance with all learnings from all GMP training events.
Interested applicants should have:
Ability to work in a team environment.
Excellent organisation, communication, computer and presentation skills.
Systematic troubleshooting skills.
Strong leadership of technical issue resolution.
Lean Six Sigma skills an advantage.
Able to provide innovative solutions to complex problems.
Good data analysis skills.
CAD experience desirable.
Honours Degree in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering or similar discipline.
At least 3-6 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment (high volume automated assembly experience would be an advantage).
Travel may be necessary to support equipment buy-offs and training at vendor / customer sites.