Senior Automation Engineer

Location: Roscommon, Republic of Ireland
Salary: Negotiable
Posted: almost 2 years ago
Role type: Permanent
Industry: Engineering Leaders and Specialists
Contact name: Aidan Toner
Contact email: aidan.toner@hrmrecruit.com

Job description

This successful West of Ireland Medical Device contract manufacturing facility with over 300 employees in Ireland and more than 1000 worldwide, is looking for a skilled professional to join its team. Due to recent business developments, the company require a Senior Automation Engineer to support on manufacturing activities.

The Role:

Reporting to the Business Unit Engineering Manager, you will support design process improvement and lead in-house automation initiatives to reduce cost and increase efficiency. Supported by your team, the Senior Automation Engineer will:

  • Provide technical guidance from concept to design commissioning and validation.
  • Liaise with the Engineering team to improve automation systems, keeping up-to-date on industrial automation technologies.
  • Lead initiatives to improve productivity and cost savings site-wide.
  • Support and maintain process lines through implementation of automation procedures and improve OEE through participation in Preventative and Corrective Maintenance programmes.
  • Assist in introduction of new equipment to clients plants and internally.
  • Deliver automation solutions on time and within budget.

The Person:

A Senior Automation Engineer must be qualified to, at minimum, Diploma level in Mechatronics/Electrical. Additionally, to perform the role effectively, the Senior Automation Engineer must:

  • Have 5-8 years relevant industrial automation experience.
  • A working knowledge of Allen Bradley PLC, HMI, VB
  • Proficiency with troubleshooting hardware and software designs
  • Keen familiarity with motor drivers and knowledge of regulatory requirements of machine building.

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Aidan Toner on +353 91 782 110 for a confidential discussion.

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