Ref No: AM17495
County Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Senior Manufacturing Engineer - South Dublin.
As part of the Manufacturing Support team, you will play a meaningful role in both executing manufacturing strategies and providing core sustaining engineering support and leadership.
The Senior Manufacturing Engineer will support the operations team in assisting in developing strategies for existing and new healthcare products. You will be responsible for delivering innovative and practical manufacturing solutions that support various product development road maps. In addition to technical expertise, you will bring strong leadership and team building skills encouraging an environment of growth and personal development.
In addition, you'll provide both leadership and support sustaining engineering.
Key responsibilities will include:
Development of Operations Strategies needed to support activities including but not limited to: Design for Moulding/Manufacturing, Cost estimates, Capital requirements, Capacities, Technology, Architecture, Capabilities Analysis, and Materials Sourcing in a regulated industry
Support architecture and product development activities by providing operations leadership to the team by conducting analyses, giving technical support and recommendations of effective solutions to operational issues, product cost, and asset utilisation
Develop, maintain and coordinate the tracking of major operational metrics (i.e. balanced score card, capacity utilization, waste and uptime pareto charts, value stream mapping) using an SAP/ERP environment and make improvements as needed to remain aligned to business needs and priorities
Lead project plans by collaborating with leadership in manufacturing facilities, the leaders within the company (Finance, R&D) and external suppliers/vendors
Provide a link between Manufacturing sites, Product Development teams and the Process Development groups on new product development, including satellite design centers, on rapid prototyping, pilot line scale-up and process development, clinical and DV build capabilities
Interested applicants should have:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Mechanical or a related Engineering field is required
A minimum of 8 years' proven experience, and knowledge in the fields of process development, manufacturing, and project engineering in a manufacturing plant
Strong project management and experience working with internal and external partners; including managing budgets (expense & capital), timelines, design scope and manufacturing activities
Experience developing equipment and processes for high volume manufacturing
Experience with ISO requirements and GMP guidelines, FDA regulations, medical device design control, and manufacturing scale up processes
Experience participating in multi-functional teams and NPD design transfer to manufacturing