|Job Title:||Polymer Engineer|
|Contact Name:||Larry O’Leary|
|Job Published:||over 1 year ago|
required to lead a project team of engineers to analyse; product, material or equipment specifications and performance requirements within manufacturing, to ensure processes are optimal.
The successful candidate will lead projects involving; new technology introductions, ramping up production, undertaking validations, continuous process improvement and identifying potential development opportunities in the technology field.
This is a permanent role with an innovative medical devices manufacturer based in Galway.
Responsibilities of Polymer Engineer:
Project Management experience is required, with track record of delivering product on time & on budget using lean manufacturing / six sigma techniques.
Transferring and implementing processes either from development or from another manufacturing facility.
Material research and selection, Vendor searches and ongoing contact.
Equipment/tooling design and improvements.
Production of prototype samples and development of final product specifications.
Writing and carrying out validations / qualifications and technical reports and assessments.
Continued quality improvement including use of statistical tools to optimise the process.
Requirements of Polymer Engineer:
Engineering Degree in Polymers, Materials, Chemicals or Biomedical Engineering.
5+ year’s industry experience in manufacturing, with broad experience of process engineering technology.
Strong theoretical & practical knowledge of core polymer processes including Extrusions and/or Injection Moulding.
Ability to develop highly capable manufacturing process from initial R&D concepts.
Knowledge of Polymers, along with applied statistical techniques.
Knowledge of material testing and characterisation would be advantageous.
Good knowledge of GMP and ISO9001 / EN46001.
Please contact Larry on 01 – 2302400 / email@example.com / www.rftgroup.ie
The RFT Group, BioPharmaceutical Division specialise exclusively in the recruitment of scientists, engineers and executives for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors.