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Quality Technician

Company: Thornshaw Recruitment
Reference: SR9312
Closing Date: 17 Mar 17
Type: Full Time
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

A Multinational medical device manufacturer are looking for an experienced Quality Technician to join their team.


Role Description:

  • Set-up and maintain metrology and measurement systems/equipment.
  • New product validation, analysis and reporting.
  • Quality support to Engineering and Production Departments.                                                   
  • Liase with customers and suppliers on new and existing projects.
  • Ensure that all metrology equipment is correctly calibrated.
  • Assist shift personnel with quality issues and/or measurement techniques.
  • Make periodic audits as requested and complete necessary documentation.
  • Archive quality records, samples and log procedures.
  • Batch paperwork review and final decision to release product for shipment


Third level qualification in Quality/Mechanical/Plastic Engineering with industrial experience in a high volume injection-moulding environment.

Excellent IT skills.

Understanding of injection moulding processes.

Working knowledge of ISO 9001/ ISO 13485 and FDA Code of Regulations CFR part 820.

For more information on this role, or to apply, please contact Saoirse on 012784671 or

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Barton House 6 Old Dublin Road Stillorgan Co. Dublin

Rep. Ireland
Tel:  00 353 (1) 278 4671
Fax:  00 353 (1) 278 4672
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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