IRL : Ireland
Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at Bausch + Lomb, where we have brought visionary ideas to eye health since 1853. With products available in more than 100 countries worldwide and with nearly 14,000 employees, Bausch+ Lomb offer the world’s most comprehensive portfolio of eye health products to consumers and eye care professionals.
Based at our site in Waterford , Ireland we are looking for an Design Engineer to support the roll out of our biotrue launch project. In this role you will report to the Engineering Manager, Global Engineering and be part of our Development Process Engineering team.
This engineer will participate in process development activities; writing protocols, data gathering, and analysis. The candidate will write protocols and reports. Candidate will analyze data and provide recommendations on trends, correlations, response variables, DOE’s etc in an effort to better understand process interdependencies. The candidate will work with and help define automation requirements. They will also participate in process capability finalization and process transfer to manufacturing. The candidate may be interfacing with an internal cross functional team while working on these programs.
Specific Job Duties
o Support new produce/process validations.
o Design, execute, and analyze experiments.
o Provide process optimization.
o Develop and support new manufacturing processes and technologies.
o Support existing manufacturing processes, quality improvements and cost reductions.
o Ensure product quality and all tasks are in accordance with established SOPs, GMPs, Divisional Specifications, and EHS standards.
o Train manufacturing and junior personnel in required operations.
o Will not have direct reports, may lead small project teams.
o Education: Degree in Scientific or Engineering Discipline.
o Experience: 1-7 years in Engineering, Process Development, and/or Quality Engineering setting. Hands-on experience and technical expertise in a development environment a must. ISO -9000, GMP , medical device manufacturing experience a plus. Statistical analysis required within a development or manufacturing setting. Experience with high volume and/or high precision manufacturing a plus.
o Special Skills: Computer Literacy with skills in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access, plus MiniTab, JMP (or equivalent software) Experience & expertise in Statistical Analysis including DOE and SPC . Communication, Organization, Report Writing, and Presentation skills a must. Must be able to develop working relationships with various internal core competencies and work as a team member.
o Specialized Training: Six Sigma Black Belt and DFSS experience desirable. MiniTab/JMP Statistical software desirable.
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