R&D Engineer TE Connectivity

Recruiter
Adecco
Location
Republic of Ireland, Galway
Salary
Up to €60000.00 per annum
Posted
27 Aug 2021
Closes
24 Sep 2021
Ref
JN -082021-199655
Contact
Niall Ramsbottom
Sector
Engineering
Function
Engineer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
About the Job
Adecco is currently recruiting for an exciting opportunity to work on site as a R&D Engineer of one of the world's largest and longest established design partner to medical device companies based in Galway.
Are you an innovative, solution focused, highly skilled and motivated individual? This is the role for you!
Job Description
*Assist in the development and execution of development strategies and methodologies for catheter based medical devices.
*Maintain a strong cross functional partnership Process Development, New Product Introduction and Operations teams.
*Solid Model, 2D/3D production drawings, product specifications, and testing requirements
*Good exposure in materials, mechanics and systems, electrical, optics, chemistry, software, automation systems, packaging, testing and measurement, and manufacturing of electrical, mechanical and electronic components, products, and their integration into systems.
*Assist is transferring projects from engineering to manufacturing
*Experience in polymer extrusion or injection molding is a plus.
*Establish manufacturable processes on projects exiting Design Services and/or Pilot Manufacturing.
*Ensure all project specifications are verifiable prior to transfer to Production.
*Implement process innovation, process development and improvement in terms of cost reduction and increase efficiencies on the production line.
*Work closely with R&D technician and product builder team to improve designs and process.
*Design and implement new tooling, fixturing, and capital equipment.
Education / Experience Requirements
*Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Material Science or Manufacturing field of study and/ or equivalent years of experience
*5+ years minimum combined experience in a manufacturing or engineering position
*Experience with Class II and Class III medical devices
*Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Process and Good Documentation Practice

If you think you are a good fit and this is of interest, please get in touch via email



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