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Job vacancy: Galway based company looking for several quality engineers

This is an exciting opportunity for people wishing to progress their careers. The growing medical device company based in Galway is looking for several Quality Engineers to join their team on a full-time,  permanent basis. Contract positions are also available.

Job responsibilities:

  • Summarizes, analyses, draws conclusions and makes appropriate decisions from test results
  • Responsible to make decisions related to product quality, including the disposition of non-conforming product
  • Knowledge on QSR and ISO/MDD standards, constantly promoting awareness of best industry practices, making appropriate decision on a daily basis
  • Fully conversant with validation techniques and associated regulatory requirements including analysis of customer feedback and complaints
  • Evaluate in conjunction with EHS new equipment, processes, chemicals for environmental impact / effect to climate issues
  • Knowledge of Six Sigma, Statistical Analysis and Lean principles to investigate and solve problems

Job requirements:

  • NFQ level 8 qualification in STEM discipline
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in Quality Engineering

If you would like to discuss this role, please reach out to Louise Whitty on 021 2359140 or email: lwhitty@sigmar.ie

For other Jobs in Galway, check out https://www.sigmarrecruitment.com/

Michael Malone
Email me at editor@galwaydaily.com
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