Process Engineer

Date: Jun 14, 2022

Location: IE - Waterford, Ireland - All, IE

Company: Bausch & Lomb

Duties and Responsibilities

Ensure manufacturing equipment consistently and sustainably meets/exceeds Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), such as yield, throughput and productivity.
Support Shift Leads and Area Manager to achieve daily, weekly and monthly KPIs.
Provide line support to resolve quality and technical issues using appropriate troubleshooting techniques.
Develop, optimise, implement and coordinate planned maintenance and calibration procedures for equipment.
Monitor, identify & source appropriate spare parts.
Participate in cross functional teams to manage the introduction of equipment or processes, provide operational support to ensure plant goals are met.
Provide technical core competency support, including training to operations and maintenance personnel on an as-needed basis, including possible off-hours, remote and onsite coverage rotation.
Promote & Engage Lean Manufacturing & Visual Management concepts within the Value Stream and continuously improve the performance of the process, demonstrate ability to use statistical analysis in relation to review of system yields to identify issues.
Maintain compliance to GMP’s, GDP & GEP & implement improvements under change control.
Maintain record/database of issues & fixes
Analyse trends to identify improvements and optimisation of manufacturing process and procedures.
Track and report on daily, weekly and monthly KPIs as required and implement systems to improve monitoring.
Own, track and report on status of NC’s, CAPAs, Change Controls, and projects related to the Engineering function.
Develop relevant work instructions and SOPs.
Writing/executing process and equipment engineering studies and protocols.

 

Requirements

 

Level 8 Engineering Degree – preferable in Mechanical Engineering discipline
5+ Years relevant experience in a highly automated, regulated medical device/pharmaceutical environment
Prior experience of strategic prioritisation and championing critical process issues and continuous improvement through data analysis & Lean/Six Sigma methods
Excellent ability to contextualise and communicate work completed and future direction
Experience of developing a working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic software controls, and automated vision systems
Project Management Qualification & Vendor Management experience expected

Prior experience of Project leadership including team building, training and mentoring