Science, Pharmaceutical & Food

Manufacturing Engineer

  • Contract
  • Cork, County Cork, Ireland
  • 41989403

PE Global is currently recruiting for a Manufacturing Engineer for our medical device client in Cork. This is a long-term 24-month contract, fully onsite role.


  • Driving improvements within complex fully automated production lines for a Class 3 medical
  • Engineering support for a high volume assembly and packaging
  • Achieve weekly targets on designated manufacturing
  • Ensure equipment is performing to
  • Identify & drive process improvement initiatives and
  • Provide customer support through direct involvement on customer focused
  • Support Continuous Improvement initiatives to improve process capability and reduce
  • Ensure the smooth introduction of new products in a high volume production
  • Ability to apply and implement concepts of Lean



  • Monitor machine performance in real time to maximize production
  • Specify, install and support production
  • Support development and engineering
  • ECO Implementation for designated products/lines.
  • Identify and drive machine and process
  • Support Line reconfiguration and machine
  • Problem solving and Process Capability analyses & identify appropriate corrective
  • Provide DFM input on New Product



  • Daily output targets and achieving demand and Yield goals
  • Completion of in house training programme
  • Understand, Use and improve in house Procedures
  • Improved line yields and overall quality of products



  • Level 8 Bachelor Degree in Engineering (Mechanical/Technology/Manufacturing based degree)
  • Minimum of 1-2 years of experience as an Engineer in a similar automated production and support role in high volume
  • Equipment knowledge and process debug troubleshooting
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, coupled with a high level of commitment to the delivery of projects against agreed deadlines and
  • A very practical, constructive and analytical approach to problem solving.



  • Lean Six Sigma practice
  • Willingness to develop and take on leadership
  • Aptitude for hands on mechanical work or control systems/IT systems
  • Experience in a highly regulated manufacturing

Interested candidates should submit an updated CV.

Please click the link below to apply, call Paul Wheatley on 083 094 0199 or alternatively send an up-to-date CV to


***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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