Project Engineer - County Waterford. Main purpose of this job: Execute and deliver key strategic projects, which increase the capability and capacity of manufacturing and assembly operations. Apply engineering skills applicable to medical device manufacturing, for all aspects of project delivery from feasibility, through manufacturing start-up and handover to the operations team. Align the requirements of other functional groups such as EHS, QA, Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain, Facilities/Maintenance, and Validation for an overall project delivery. Directly responsible for tracking project cost, schedule, targets and achievements. Interested applicants should have: • Proficiency in MS Excel & MS Project. • Commissioning & validation Experience – equipment & process experience preferred. • Proficiency in a CAD package such as Solidworks or equivalent, preferred. • Proficiency in a statistical analysis package such as Minitab, or equivalent, preferred. Ability to work on own initiative and to challenging schedules. • Organised and adaptable with a flexible approach to Project Engineering. Experience and Knowledge requirements: • Minimum 3 years' relevant experience within a medical devices environment, or other regulated industries such as pharmaceuticals. • Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Level 8. Key duties /responsibilities: • Manage multiple small to medium medical device projects from concept through design for manufacture, commissioning and qualification. • Assist Supply Chain in identification of suppliers and sub-contractors. • Apply sound engineering and project management principles, in the delivery of the project. • Interface with client representatives, and other functional groups such as EHS, QA, Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain, Facilities/Maintenance, and Validation etc. to manage and co-ordinate the development of project deliverables. • Generate project plans, scopes of work, cost estimates and quotations. • Generate work instructions and action change notes. • Manage internal / external teams to meet project schedules. • Review and approve documentation including specifications and drawings. • Manage manufacturing, assembly, tooling/fixture design and commissioning & validation activities. • Review and/or approve commissioning and qualification protocols. • Provide qualification and troubleshooting support for equipment and processes. • Independently manage technical, engineering and compliance matters relating to the project delivery, by making decisions on engineering problems and methods. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
160 days ago