Manufacturing Process Engineer (12 month Fixed-Term Contract)
Position Objective :
The position objective is to assist in delivering all engineering key initiatives on time and within scope. The Manufacturing Engineer will work closely with the manufacturing, QA & EHS departments to deliver projects to enhance quality, productivity, safety and cost.
The primary function of the Process Engineer is to ensure that manufacturing process continues to deliver world class products as efficiently as possible through continuous improvement initiatives within the manufacturing areas.
What you will do :
The role of the Manufacturing Engineer is to drive continuous improvement initiatives using PPI methodology and other Process excellence techniques.
Participate as a team member in complex multi-functional projects taking the lead role when required on engineering actions and sub projects.
Lead Kaizen events and short to medium projects to completion ensuring all deliverables are delivered on time and on cost.
Ensure day to day manufacturing issues are resolved and auctioned in a timely manner.
Mentoring of other team members within engineering if required to develop skills and improve communication skills.
Collaborate and share best practice and knowledge across functions and if required across sites.
Analyse daily metrics and use data driven decision to improve processes and generate reports to document.
Ability to write and perform validation of process and equipment.
Work with other departments to develop and improve current process equipment and systems to deliver change and improve key metrics.
Who we are looking for :
Good Technical knowledge of process and equipment.
Excellent communication skills works across functions.
Team player and self-starter.
Ability to learn and develop current skills and behaviours to progress within the function and lead by example.
Ability to set up relationships with current and new vendors to develop processes and system to drive continuous improvement within manufacturing process
Knowledge of process excellence techniques including lean, Six sigma and SPC
Good working knowledge of validation of medical devices (IQ / OQ / PQ)
Minimum Requirements / Qualifications :
Minimum HND in technical / scientific discipline
Experience working within a medical device manufacturing environment or cGMP manufacturing environment.
Previous experience of working within team and delivering projects.
Continuous Improvement experience.
The role could require occasional travel and out of hours working. It will require working in controlled environments
What’s in it for you :
Contributory pension scheme
Private medical insurance
Flexible benefits scheme
Annual incentive plan
On site subsidised gym
About us :
As the world leader in serving science, our work is more than something that fills our days. When you’re part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do challenging work, and be part of a team that values performance, quality and innovation.
With revenues of $20 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
Each one of our 70,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. It’s not just a career, it’s a chance to realise your best professionally and personally.
Join us and contribute to our mission enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.