Engineering & Electronics
Process Development Engineer – Cork
- Cork City
PE Global is currently recruiting for a Process Development Engineer for a leading multi-national Med Device client based in Cork.
This is an initial 18-month contract position.
- Assesses process capabilities, prioritizes process improvement opportunities, and innovates and implements process improvements on multiple and moderately complex processes.
- Applies technical knowledge to innovate, design, and develop processes, procedures, tooling and/or automation.
- Executes the functional deliverables associated with the PDP/TDP, Project Management, and Quality Systems.
- Prepares and presents technical data and recommendations at technical reviews.
- Writes validation protocols and reports applicable to new processes.
- Ensures proper documentation is completed to meet quality systems requirements.
- Oversees development builds associated with the project using special work requests.
- Develops qualified production lines.
- Provides Design for Manufacturability (DFM) input to the engineering print package.
- Contributes ideas to or generates Intellectual Property submissions.
- Trains and/or provides work direction to technicians and may train manufacturing personnel when required as part of a validation.
- May serve as core team member or extended team member on new product projects.
- Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, (Mechanical, Biomedical, or Chemical)
- Minimum 2 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment, process development, or R&D
- Ability to manage multiple projects and responsibilities simultaneously
- Ability to effectively troubleshoot manufacturing processes utilizing problem solving skills
- Highly collaborative, with strong technical writing and verbal communication skills
Interested candidates should submit an updated CV.
Please click the link below to apply, call Seán on +353 21 4297900 or alternatively send an up to date CV to email@example.com
***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in Ireland***