Production Support Engineer
|Job Title:||Production Support Engineer|
|Contact Name:||John Reid|
|Job Published:||over 3 years ago|
My client a leading Multinational Healthcare Manufacturing company now require a Production Support Engineer to join their expanding team.
The Production Support Engineer will be responsible for representing Production in New Product and Process Introduction activities, managing Production trials, facilitating CI activities, promoting skill development and maintaining the production KPIs. Auditing SPLs and FLOACs.
This is a permanent role based in Dublin and it comes with a very good salary with good benefits.
Responsibilities of Production Support Engineer
Representing Production in New Product / Process Introduction activitie
Acting as Change Control Co-ordinator for Production
Undertaking investigations of process deviations and implementing process improvements
Providing MES Support and acting as Production EBR editor on ME
Facilitating OpEx activities including A3 problem solving, team coaching and development
Overseeing and managing Production and process trials.
Actively participating and contributing to multi-disciplinary project team work
Requirements of Production Support Engineer
3rd level qualification in an Engineering or Science related discipline
Excellent PC skills with proficiency in MES, OEE & ERP systems
Experience in completing Continuous Improvement initiatives - ideally with 6Sigma Green Belt or similar background.
Experience and/or demonstrated competencies in report writing, problem solving, conducting investigations, statistical analysis and project management - combined with excellent communication skills
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For more information please contact John at The RFT Group / www.rftgroup.ie / 01 2302400 or click apply below
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