Machine Setter - 3 Shift Cycle

Posted 18 July 2022
Salary Negotiable
LocationTullamore
Job type Contract
DisciplineEngineering CareersIndustrial Careers
ReferenceBBBH548217

Job description


Job Title: Machine Setter (3 Shift Cycle)
Location: Tullamore
Summary:
Our Leading Medical device company in Tullamore are looking to recruit an experienced Machine setter. The ideal candidate will have experience in EHS, Quality, SOPs, and machinery experience to minimize down time in the production areas.


Responsibilities:
Ensure compliance with and assist in the maintenance of a safe company culture
Report any equipment or process problems as appropriate
Highlight and work to eliminate unsafe methods/equipment/hazards as appropriate.
Ensure quality in all aspects of work by following SOPs and SWIs
Set-up all machines as per relevant procedures.
Ensure machines are set-up and run within validated parameters at all times.
Complete first-piece checks and all related paperwork.
Carry out on-line quality checks as per relevant procedures.
Ensure equipment is set-up correctly 1st time to maximize quality and minimize potential for defects.
GMP and 5S compliance is essential.
Ensure equipment and benches are cleaned to high standard after every set up
Correct set-up, general maintenance, and preventative maintenance of production equipment.
Troubleshoot mechanical problems and repair or replace parts as appropriate.
Ensure proper identification and storage of tools, gauges etc.
Ensure equipment set-up is running within standard time and produces 100% efficiency in order to achieve associated OEE targets.
Minimise downtime and work closely with Supervisors and Engineering to ensure maximum utilization of equipment.
Ensure set ups are completed in a timely manner and participate in SMED projects, to continuously reduce set up times.
Monitor scrap levels to ensure they do not exceed standard for any operations and reduce defects off machines and thereby reduce scrap in the plant.
Identify process, equipment, and documentation improvements where possible and take part in improvement projects as assigned (e.g., Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma/SMED)
Complete all identified training and development activities as required including allocated MyLearning courses.
Adhere strictly to company policies, procedures and plant key behaviors as notified.
Assist in the maintenance of a safe company culture by working within the company's environmental, health and safety guidelines and Safety at all times.
Report any hazards, equipment, or process issues in line with plant escalation procedures


Qualifications and Experience:
Leaving Certificate or equivalent
Senior Trade / Recognised Mechanical / Plastics qualification or Mechanical / Electrical Engineering Diploma - Desirable
Experience in an automated environment supporting high volume mechanical / pneumatic manufacturing system is desirable
Experience of automated equipment, PLCs, electro pneumatics, servos, lubrication systems, preventative maintenance programmes
Experience in a high-volume manufacturing environment.

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