Job Description

Quality Technician - North Dublin

Ref No: AM18217y

County Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Competitive salary

Quality Technician - North Dublin.

As Quality Technician you will work in areas of general manufacturing operations associated with the Quality Department. Primarily this relates to quality support activities in the manufacturing processes including QC product release, rejected material & analysis of warranty returns.

This role is responsible for a key support activity on site supporting the Quality Management system processes within an ISO 13485 & FDA 21 CFR Part 820 regulatory environment.

Core Responsibilities:
• Responsible for technical inspection of electro-mechanical parts & instrumentation in a low volume, high complexity & highly regulated technology environment.
• Support quality aspects of product manufacture & support resolution in a timely manner to ensure daily output targets are achieved.
• Assess manufacturing outputs to verify product before shipment.
• Completing, maintaining & reviewing all necessary paperwork, test data for each system/module to ensure that accurate quality records are available.
• Responsible for processing parts while meeting production output targets & assigned plant metrics.
• Investigate root cause of failures for in process rejected parts and warranty return parts to a component level to ensure elimination of repeat failures.
• Develop, improve & maintain good manufacturing practices & workmanship standards with a quality & process robustness focus.
• Using theoretical knowledge & practical experience, establish causes of malfunction & non-conformance in the electrical, hydraulic & chemical operation of systems & modules.
• Assist Engineering in the initial validation, installation & verification of new test procedures, equipment & products.
• Where required, perform inspection operations on sub-assemblies, modules & systems using engineering drawings, schematics, flow diagrams, specifications & methodologies.
• Reduce waste & improve performance using process & product knowledge while improving manufactured product quality.

Interested applicants should have:

• QQI Level 6 qualification (Diploma or higher) in Engineering or Science Discipline (Bio-Chemistry, Chemical, Science, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic or other relevant technical background) or Diploma / Trade qualification with relevant experience in automation / system manufacturing or support.
• Ideally possess relevant experience in the area of quality control and inspection.
• Must have strong troubleshooting and ability to analyse data outputs for quality trends.
• Experience in being a part of teams & projects with good communications skills, written & verbal.
• At least 2 years’ experience in a similar manufacturing environment.

There may be the possibility of shift work to meet supply demand.



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