Company: Thornshaw Recruitment
Closing Date: 24 Feb 17
Salary (£): Negotiable
Our client, a fast growing medical device company, are looking for a dynamic, analytic Senior Engineer.
Our client, a fast growing medical device company, are looking for a dynamic, analytic Senior Engineer with leadership qualities to review existing operations and develop infrastructure and processes for growing manufacturing business in a fast-moving, dynamic medical device organization.
Applications are invited from candidates with the following background and experience:
· National Degree or Equivalent in engineering with 10 or more years manufacturing, process introduction and new product transfer experience in medical device, commercial device, or related areas.
· Highly motivated self-starter
· Ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team with good interpersonal skills.
· Strong understanding of ERP systems is an advantage.
· Proficiency in use of desktop software applications such as MS office.
· Methodical and analytical approach to problem solving and be capable of working on own initiative.
· Excellent planning skills, with proven project management skills.
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
· Excellent understanding of quality systems in a regulated environment
· Ability to lead a team and develop the collective team’s knowledge.
· Excellence in customer fulfillment
· Objective and target driven to achieve desired results
For a full Job Spec and to apply for this role please e-mail your CV to email@example.com or call Deirdre on +353 1 -2784671 for further information.
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