Electronic Design Engineer - Dublin

€50k - €70k
Permanent
Dublin
07 Feb 2019
BBBH721276

Electronic Design Engineer - Dublin

Electronic Design Engineer - Dublin

Interested in hands-on Electronic Design of fully automated equipment that is used to significantly improve people's lives? Fantastic opportunity has just become available for one of the world's most forward thinking Medical Equipment manufacturers. During a time of expansion for the client they are looking for enthusiastic and confident Electronic Design Engineers to join their forward-thinking team.

About The Company

Outside of offering an attractive salary and benefits packages that goes above and beyond the industry norm, my client also offers the right individual all the tools and mentoring to progress and advance within their own career. The role will report into the Engineering Manager who brings with them a wealth of experience across the area of real time systems and electronic design of fully automated machinery and equipment whilst also having a proven track record within Research & Development. Under their guidance you will be sure to prosper within this new opportunity and continue to advance in your own career. Beyond this, you will also be designing electronic components used within Medical Equipment with the sole purpose of significantly improving people's lives.

About The Position

As an Electronic Design Engineer you will be tasked with having much responsibility including providing complete electronic design solutions that will improve companies' product performance whilst also designing solutions used within new products and equipment being released onto the market.

Some responsibilities will include ensuring all work is carried out in an efficient and effective manner; Provide technical ownership across the area of electrical, electronic, automation design within a previous track record in the ability of designing and redesign solutions; Troubleshooting to analyse problems to root cause resulting in solutions; Develop and manager systems of metrics for manufacturing; Drive continuous improvement through lean methodologies and six-sigma; Creating BOM's (Bill of Materials) and ensuring SOP's (Standard Operating Procedures) are adhered to; Support NPI (New Product Introduction) and technology transfer initiatives; Understand signal protocols, bus systems and processing with the ability to analysis date for the purpose of understanding system performance.

About The Person

For this position only Electronic Design Engineers with a 3rd level qualification in Electronic Engineering will be considered, ideally qualified to a Master's level with additional qualifications within modern manufacturing disciplines such as Lean Manufacturing, A3 Problem Solving Solutions, Lean Six-Sigma, Design Robustness Principles. The successful candidate will also need at minimum 4 years' Electronic Design experience in a regulated environment. Previous experience in the Electronic Design and redesign of automated machinery and equipment is highly beneficial within a fast paced environment.

Knowledge of Electrical regulatory requirements is required, this includes IEC, Machine Directive, LVD. The ideal candidate will also have experience across real time systems and experience across Open Can is a significant advantage. Finally, the successful candidate will also need to have strong communication skills with the ability of providing feedback on Design and Product improvements to a cross functional team.

For more information on this position please send an updated CV or contact David Murphy, Engineering Recruitment Consultant at Morgan McKinley for a confidential discussion.

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.

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Consultant | R&D and Design | Nationwide
Cork, Dublin, Limerick, Waterford 01 432 1555 (Dublin) & 021 2300 300 (Cork) | dmurphy@morganmckinley.ie