Brazing Automation Engineer required to provide engineering support for equipment and manufacturing processes by market-leading IoT multinational in Galway.

The Brazing Automation Engineer will be responsible for developing, designing, and providing engineering support for equipment and manufacturing processes; ensuring the production of a high-quality product in a timely, cost-effective manner; assisting and advising on the solutions for manufacturing problems as they may occur. In addition, the Brazing Automation Engineer will be responsible for supporting automation projects throughout the manufacturing process.


  • Degree level qualification or equivalent in Controls, Automation, Electrical, Electronic / similar.
  • Over 5 years’ experience in a similar role.
  • Brazing or welding qualification.
  • Proven understanding of brazing or welding robots and machines.
  • Understanding and experience working with refrigeration systems.
  • The ability to use a variety of mechanical and hand tools.
  • The ability to inspect work to verify that all guidelines have been met and detect and solve problems.
  • Knowledge of safety procedures and guidelines.
  • Experience with industrial robots an advantage.
  • Skilled in Microsoft Office applications.


  • Lead and standardize brazing processes and systems across the corporation as part of a Global team.
  • Installing and placing new or upgraded brazing equipment and associated devices into operation.
  • Working knowledge of refrigeration components, including compressors, condensers, evaporators, heat exchangers, pumps, valves and other components to ensure that these systems operate properly.
  • Provide technical direction in the installation of new equipment and processes.
  • Ensure compliance with and maintenance of SOP’s and technical documentation.
  • Serve as a liaison between manufacturing and automation engineering and all relevant stakeholders.
  • Focus on cost-savings ideas and projects through efficient engineering practices.
  • Train operations employees as necessary on the use and maintenance of new equipment and processes.
  • Collaborate with other SMEs to assist in the de-bugging of new equipment and troubleshoot problems with existing equipment.
  • Interact with team members to optimize processes and improve workstation design.
  • Monitor daily quality and productivity results, and react to problems as they occur.
  • Participate in design reviews; lead problem-solving teams to address manufacturing problems.

Applicants must be available to work on-site.

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