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Lead Process Engineer

Date: Nov 21, 2022

Location: Galway, G, IE

Company: Celestica International Inc.

​Lead Engineer, Manufacturing Process
Req ID: 113611
Remote Position: Hybrid
Hiring Manager: Alan Mitchell
Band: 08 
Region: Europe 
Country: Ireland 
State/Province: Galway
City:  Galway

A career at Celestica is only for those who want to do something extraordinary with a meaningful purpose: imagine, develop and deliver a better future with our customers. Celestica is a leader in high – reliability design, manufacturing and supply chain solutions that bring global expertise to every stage of product development.

By Joining Celestica Galway (Ireland) as a Process Engineer you will have the opportunity to work on delivering a fully automated high volume manufacturing line from development stage to full scale production ramp producing world class medical devices in a dynamic, fast moving environment.  This position offers a great opportunity for a Process Engineer to work in a dynamic and challenging environment of high speed automation for micro assemblies across our business in the Automated Technology Solutions & Health-tech (Medical Device) market.

 

Your next challenge will be…

To become responsible for, and involved in, process development, troubleshooting and continuous improvement of the production process and equipment in the manufacturing area. You will work closely with the operations, technical & quality teams and Product Designers to drive projects that continually improve the line performance as well as solution and provide input to new business opportunities. This position will be responsible for supporting some of our product family in the ATS & Medical Device markets liaising with Production, Engineering, Supply Chain and Customer contracts reporting into our Engineering Manager.

 

Your day to day activities will include the following…

  • Work alongside a project team of other manufacturing engineers to develop and execute reliable, cost effective and high quality manufacturing solutions for moderately-complex products from new product introduction through end of lifecycle.
  • Monitor the performance of equipment, machines and tools using a statistical methodology to resolve equipment issues and refining process parameters that produce non-conforming products, low yields or product quality issues.
  • Support and take ownership of continuous improvement processes for production areas using a structured Process Capability or Lean Six Sigma approach.
  • Create, execute, co-ordinate and contribute to the design of experiments, test methods, protocols, specifications and validation documentation (IQ/OQ/PQ) and support the development and execution of qualification trials / characterisation studies
  • Manage numerous projects, generate project plans and work with project teams to drive completion and success.
  • Manage the maintenance and calibration of critical equipment-systems.
  • Interface with cross functional teams and external vendors to integrate new products, processes and technologies into the existing manufacturing area.
  • Assist in the development of automated solutions for NPI programs including new business development opportunities.
  • Support the qualification of engineering change management.

What do we offer?

  • Market-competitive total reward: flexible salary, fix and variable salary based on goals
  • The opportunity to become a key member of the new product introduction team in the Health Tech. Engineering 

     Function driven by innovation where creativity matters.

  • Training and development opportunities, with us the sky is the limit!
  • The opportunity to innovate, learn, mentor others and work toward your own vision of career success
  • A global, collaborative culture with strong leadership imperatives to foster your growth and  

     professional opportunities

  • A sustainable culture where we provide opportunities for employees to give back to the community

 

 

What do we expect from you?

  • Previous experience using engineering tools and software packages to design and automate manufacturing processes.
  • Previous experience of detailed analysis, modelling and methodologies to validate manufacturing process and tooling design and specifications.
  • Previous experience creating CAPA, FMEA, SOP’s, Control Plans and performing validation (FAT, SAT, IQ, OQ, PQ).
  • An ability to effectively communicate manufacturing plans, proposals, and results, and negotiate
  • options at management levels.
  • A strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal & communication skills.
  • A good aptitude for report writing & data analytics.
  • A good knowledge of the medical device industry and of 21 CFR, (820, 11), ISO13485, specifically in the areas of Change Control and Validation is a distinct advantage

What are we looking for?

  • Someone with a minimum 3+ years’ experience in a Process Engineering role
  • A Primary Degree in an Engineering/Science discipline.
  • Medical Device AND/OR Automation experience preferred
  • Experience in ISO13485 medical device manufacturing environment is desirable.
  •  Experience in a highly automated manufacturing environment is desirable.
  • Someone with an ability to initiate and lead change, collaborate and create alignment, drive accountability, think critically and make sound decisions
  • Someone that is open to the opportunity of short term travel assignments particularly at the early stages of the project.

​Lead Engineer, Manufacturing Process
Req ID: 113611
Remote Position: Hybrid
Hiring Manager: Alan Mitchell
Band: 08 
Region: Europe 
Country: Ireland 
State/Province: Galway
City:  Galway


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