Engineering & Electronics

Maintenance Technician

  • Full Time
  • Leinster
  • 41976764


The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the corrective, preventative and predictive maintenance of all on-site manufacturing machines & equipment to ensure maximum efficiency whilst maintaining all machines and equipment to the highest possible standards.


  • Carry out corrective, preventative and predictive maintenance to support Production in achieving targets and continual improvement using Lean Principles.
  • Perform detailed equipment surveys, maintenance, calibrations, PMs and troubleshooting as required.
  • Operate and monitor equipment, (including automation and other calibrated equipment), using ERP/DCS and PLC based systems to ensure optimum equipment uptime and the achievement of target outputs.
  • Operate, troubleshoot and repair complex systems which may include Injection Molding machines, 3/4/5/6 Axis Robots, Water temperature control units, dryers, conveying systems HVAC, Isolators, compressed gasses, waste water treatment, etc.
  • Interpret Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, equipment/system layouts, wiring diagrams, and specifications in planning and performing maintenance and repairs.
  • Effect corrective actions as required when a fault is detected or as soon as any deterioration in performance occurs.
  • Document all maintenance work, including upgrades, carried out on existing equipment, including preventative maintenance performed and parts used, to ensure appropriate documentation and records of repair history.
  • Maintain an effective system for the availability, issue and control of spare parts for all equipment; order and maintain appropriate stock of spare parts; liaise directly with vendors on supply of parts, upgrades to systems etc.
  • Co-operate and participate fully in training and development in cross-skilling and other job-related competencies
  • Ensure highest Quality & Compliance standards, participating and complying with the Quality Management System.
  • Participate in Safety and Environmental programs. Adhere to safe working practices as set out in the Safety Statement and other company safety rules.


  • Hold a third-level qualification in Automation Engineering/ Electrics, Electronics, Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering or similar. Alternatively, be a full-qualified trades person (Electrician; Plumber, Fitter etc.) with directly relevant experience in manufacturing.
  • Have previously held a similar role within a high-volume medical device manufacturing environment working on injection moulding machines.
  • Have experience in high-volume automation / robotics on highly automated production equipment to include diagnosing/resolving issues and relevant programming.
  • Have extensive experience, to include troubleshooting, in Pneumatics, Electronics, Hydraulics, Programmable Controllers, Servo Motor drives, etc.
  • Experience in leading process improvement projects in medical device environment
  • Have a comprehensive knowledge of QMS principles (preferably ISO13485)

Interested candidates should submit an updated CV.

Please click the link below to apply, call Emma on 0830093553 or alternatively send an up to date CV


***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in Ireland***

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