Manufacturing Engineer is required to optimise and support product manufacturing lifecycle by global leading medical technology client in Dublin. You will be part of a multicultural, dynamic team of engineers in a collaborative environment where you will be a key contributor to the optimisation of manufacturing processes and high quality end products. 


  • Level 8 Degree or higher in an Engineering discipline.
  • At least 3 years of relevant experience in a manufacturing environment.
  • Great understanding of various supplier manufacturing methodologies; such as metal fabrication, metal machining and castings, plastic molding, PCBA, cables, optics and fluidics is required.
  • Overall ability to combine technical, design and manufacturing skillsets in a high pace, dynamic environment.
  • Competent manufacturing, mechanical/ electro mechanical / systems design skillset for both products and manufacturing fixtures.
  • Hands-on experience of supplier or manufacturing fabrication processes is desirable.
  • Strong interest to develop experience in terms of suppliers, materials, technologies, and manufacturing processes.
  • Understanding of best practices in ESI, FMEA, Lean MFG, DOE and Engineering Change management. 
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Problem solving, planning, analytical skills with the ability to collate and analyze large amounts of data for decision making.
  • Interest in data visualisation and analytics.
  • Team player who can build strong and influential relationships with internal stakeholders and external partners.
  • Excellent communications skills: written and verbal skills are required.


  • Carry out technical support to the manufacturing and testing of medical device instrumentation in a low volume, high complexity and regulated environment.
  • Provide with technical solutions to enhance product reliability and process capability.
  • Be able to work within a dynamic engineering change environment; actively supporting design transfer, test fixtures and engineering design change activities to ensure optimisation in terms of part design, manufacturing technology, verification and validation activities, implementation to production.
  • Lead projects to drive continuous improvement in key metric’s in alignment with Lean, 6 Sigma, Design Robustness and A3 Problem Solving Principles.
  • Work with R&D, manufacturing operations, quality & procurement to deliver product and supply base improvements to meet business needs.
  • Initiate and project manage product and process change activities, technology transfers while assuring continuity of supply.
  • Optimise complex processes, improve performance and efficiencies.

Our client offers great work benefits such as Bonus scheme, Life assurance, subsidised canteen, parking and more. 

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