Product Support Engineer

Job Overview

Role: Process Engineer
Location: Dublin
Salary: Competitive Salary + Comprehensive Benefits Package

Company/Culture

Rapidly growing, Multi-National Precision Measurement company in Dublin currently recruiting for a Process Engineer for their rapidly growing Dublin facility. This organisation supports an amazing portfolio of clients including Formula 1 teams, NASA and a massive range of very well-known med device, pharma, food, electronics & automotive companies globally. My client looks for people who have a
'can do' attitude in terms of problem solving and you are given the autonomy to do your job while still having really strong support structures in place from management when you need to draw on them so you get best of both worlds!

The company have been in Dublin for over 30 years and have an excellent track record of retaining their staff and in continually investing in the growth and development of their people. Many of their employees have gone on to further their education and skill set through company sponsored programs and their benefits package include a generous salary, subsidised healthcare cover, life assurance, contributory pension scheme, subsidised onsite restaurant, on site fitness centre, annual salary review and discretionary bonus scheme and extensive training and development.

As Process Engineer some of your key responsibilities will include

*Supporting manufacturing processes and provide process improvements to existing products

*To define and validate manufacturing process for upgrade products or new products

*Support mechanical / electrical assembly jigs, fixtures and purpose-built test equipment

*Process analysis and product quality reporting

*Liaising with your colleagues in the engineering and design groups to drive quality standards and improvements while ensuring the product is designed for assembly.


To hit the ground running in the Process Engineering role you will:

*Hold a degree in mechanical / production engineering or equivalent and be proficient in the use of problem-solving techniques

*Minimum of 2 years' experience in a mid/high volume manufacturing environment.





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