Process Engineer - Limerick. As Process Engineer, you will ensure the delivery of high quality, new and innovative products to customers, in a timely and cost-effective manner. You will be a core team member in NPI and manufacturing platform development projects, with specific accountabilities for the areas of process design and development. You will be expected and encouraged to keep up-to-date on the latest process engineering developments and technologies and to proactively bring ‘best practice’ methodologies, procedures, processes and equipment into the organisation. To facilitate you in this, and to ensure the development and maintenance of standards, you will be part of a community within the business that includes designers, researchers, developers and manufacturers. In support of existing automated platforms, you will lead projects to optimise processes equipment with respect to quality, reliability, capability and capacity. You will engage with the appropriate personnel in the identification and resolution of corrective/preventative actions that address quality, technical, and manufacturing issues. This role is recognised within the organisation as being of key strategic importance in terms of enabling the business to remain competitive and grow market share. You will be responsible for providing technical leadership and have ownership for the following: • NPI process. • Identification and implementation of process related continuous improvement activities that increase product quality and growth of overall equipment effectiveness. • Engage with personnel in the identification and resolution of corrective/preventative actions that address quality, technical, and manufacturing issues. • Perform design, development and installation of equipment, automation transfer systems and processes. • Project management, planning and co-ordination of multiple projects, within a matrix environment. • Apply troubleshooting expertise to resolve equipment, systems and process problems using strong statistical and analytical methodologies. • Communication of findings throughout the organisation. Interested applicants should have: Minimum Level 8. B.Sc. or B.Eng. Honours Degree qualification in Physics/Chemistry/Biological Science or Mechanical/Material/Process Engineering, with a demonstrable track record of delivering results. Innovation and problem solving are core competencies in this business and will lead to you being sought for technical leadership in the continuous improvement of existing processes and in the development and deployment of new ones. You will systematically solve problems and use data in support of your decision making. You will enjoy taking the initiative and yet possess the collaborative and influencing skills needed to be a key contributor to cross-functional teams. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
156 days ago