Ref No: AM17803
County Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Quality Engineer - County Waterford.
In this role you will assist in the development and implementation of quality plans, programs and procedures using quality control statistics, lean manufacturing concepts and analyses. Ensure that performance and product quality conform to established company, customer and regulatory requirements. Assist in the review, analysis and reporting on quality discrepancies related to assembly and process. May investigate problems and recommend disposition, modification and corrective action for recurring or non-recurring discrepancies. Interfaces with manufacturing, engineering, customer, vendor and subcontractor representatives to ensure requirements are met.
• Provide technical support during the NPI process in ensuring that from a healthcare/medical device perspective that all FDA, QSR, & MDD standards are achieved and maintained in respect to device classifications.
• Fully competent in the application of quality engineering tools and techniques with key emphasis on validation protocols (DQ, IQ, OQ, & PQ), cGMP, PFMEA’s & support the generation of DMF’s where appropriate.
• Uses scrap reduction methodologies and process capability analysis to provide a robust defect free process.
• Support the external & internal Quality Management System auditing function.
• Have exposure & involvement in supporting the CAPA system.
• Close liaison and networking with other departments, to provide and drive quality inputs and initiatives into the overall operational activities of the company.
• Support the implementation of company policies and GMP.
• 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.
• Root cause problem solving approach in a team environment.
• Aligning customer specification to capabilities.
Interested applicants should have:
• Degree in Engineering or Science or a similar discipline.
• At least 3 to 5 years’ experience in a Quality Engineering role.
• Fully competent in Quality Management Standards.
• Excellent organisation, communication, computer & presentation skills.
• Excellent initiative, decision making and be able to work in a core team environment.
• Solution driven with emphasis on performance and results.