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  • Job reference number:15332075
  • Client ID:RI/BBBH23154
  • Posted on:14-MAR-2018
  • Job type:PERMANENT

Our client, a global medical device company is currently seeking a Process Improvement Engineer to join their dynamic and fast-paced Manufacturing facility in Roscommon. You will work within a collaborative and cross-functional team, and will be reporting directly into the Head of Operations. This business will offer structured career progression opportunities whilst working in a culture of team work and technical advancement.

The Role:

The key focus of your role will be to lead process improvement activity on site and drive the development of new and existing products and processes. You will work closely with a number of departments including Operations, Quality, and Manufacturing and act as a key member in creating and delivering projects alongside the management team.


  • Lead cross-functional teams to investigate and troubleshoot key areas of company concerns using a structured approach, such as Six-Sigma methodology
  • Define and execute projects in a time and resource efficient manner controlling associated budgets
  • Achieve project goals as agreed with the management team, including identifying target projects which will have the biggest impact in terms of improving key business metrics
  • Set up robust data collection systems that will support and drive projects and their continued monitoring after completion
  • Give guidance to cross-functional Core Teams and Green Belt Engineers in relation to projects/tasks under their control
  • Through analysis of existing metrics and data, identify areas of potential concern before they arise and take action to prevent an occurrence of failure
  • Draft and present project plans and reviews to the management team and other relevant stake holders
The Person:

  • 2-5 years' experience in a similar role.
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Science discipline.
  • Proven track record in Project Planning and Execution.
  • Lean Six Sigma qualification an advantage.
  • Knowledge of plastic processing technologies highly desirable.

To learn more, apply online or contact Caroline Geraghty at HRM directly on 353 91 782114 for a confidential chat.

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