Be part of an innovative and progressive company in the West!

Composites Testing Laboratory (CTL) is a global leader in the field of accredited mechanical testing of composite materials. CTL provides testing for blue chip international clients in the aerospace, renewable energy, industrial and medical device industries. CTL is a subsidiary of ÉireComposites, an innovative design and manufacturing company, involved in lightweight, high-performance fibre-reinforced composite materials.

Specialties: Static testing, fatigue testing, environmental testing, physical thermal and microsection testing, specimen preparation and panel manufacturing.

CTL is looking to recruit a Composites Testing Sales Manager to join its business.  Based in Inverin, Galway, Ireland and will involve travelling to serve international clients. Due to expansion, a vacancy now exists for a Composite Testing Sale Manager.

Responsibilities:

·         Identifying and closing revenue streams across new and existing accounts.

·         Developing a market strategy to grow revenue streams and profitability.

·         Participating in Trade Exhibitions.

·         Responding to RFQ’s and offering competitive solutions to customers.

·         Preparation and presentation of sales reports/metrics.

·         Preparation of research and development proposals.

Reporting to the Chief Commercial Officer, the successful candidate will be responsible for developing sales of composite testing throughout Europe. The role will require technical and commercial aptitude combined with the ability to communicate effectively. The successful candidate should have a proven background in Technical Sales and the preferred candidate will meet the job role requirements outlined.

 

 

Requirements:

·         5+ years of sales experience.

·         Detailed knowledge of composites markets would be advantageous.

·         Solid technical knowledge of composite materials.

·         A target driven attitude with the desire to succeed.

 

The independent Composites Testing Laboratory, CTL Taistail Teo (CTL), is affiliated with Eirecomposites. http://compositestestinglab.com/

 

To be a part of a growing, successful organisation, please send a CV to hr@eirecomposites.com. Job descriptions are available in full in both English and Irish on www.eirecomposites.com, where you will also find out more information about our business.

 

Benefits:

·         Competitive Salary.

·         Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra.

·         Permanent role.

·         On-site parking & canteen.

·         Early finish on a Friday.

·         Wellness and team events/initiatives.

·         Training & development.

·         Career development.

·         Death in service/life assurance/PRSA deductions.

·         Work wear provided.

JWR are working with an exciting battery technology company in Galway to recruit a CNC Machinist.

About the Company

Our client is a leading battery technology company who are making an impact on a global scale in industrial electricfication. Located in Claregalway, Galway, this company is going to strength to strength and has massive growth plans for the next number of years. Working in this company will offer experience working with some of the best in business in a high energy, fast paced environment. Opportunities like these don’t come up very often!

About the Position:

Duties of the role include;

  • Produce high precision, quality injection mould tools and bespoke manufacturing machine equipment.
  • Design and manufacture of electrodes and mould die inserts.
  • Ownership of 5S housing keeping ethos ensuring the CNC centre is a clean and safe working environment.
  • Manual machining (turning, milling, grinding).
  • Take responsibility for the day to day running of our new CNC machine centre.
  • Mentor and train junior members of the team, helping them to up skill as and when required.
  • Help to create and review the CNC Shop related work instructions.
  • Manage / support all the machine tooling equipment.

Skills and experience required

  • Experienced CNC Machinist
  • 3 – 5 years’ experience on 3 and 5 axis CNC programming, preferably within injection mould tooling. (DMG and Mazak preference)
  • EDM Wire and Spark Erosion experience. (Sodick EDM experience preferred)
  • Experienced with Auto CAM software systems and tools. (Preferably with Solidworks)
  • Excellent trouble shooting ability to resolve all tooling issues quickly working in conjunction with our Mould design team.
  • Excellent Health and safety awareness and procedures.
  • Experience bench toolmaker – fitting, assemble, repair and service of all in-house designed mould tools Experience working with PFMEA and DFM.
  • Moldflow analysis experience
  • Familiarity of TS16949 Automotive quality standard.
  •  The successful candidate must be willing to work shifts.

What does the role offer

  • You will be working in a diverse inclusive environment where your input will be valued and where ideas are welcomed.
  • The company offers excellent career progression opportunities.
  • Attractive salary and benefits including full Private Health Insurance, and Pension Contributions
  • Work and grow with some of the best minds in the industry. Be part of something big!

JWR are working with an exciting battery technology company in Galway to recruit an Executive Assistant.

About the Company

Our client is a leading battery technology company who are making an impact on a global scale in industrial electricfication. Located in Claregalway, Galway, this company is going to strength to strength and has massive growth plans for the next number of years. Working in this company will offer experience working with some of the best in business in a high energy, fast paced environment. Opportunities like these don’t come up very often!

About the Role

  • Working as key link between the CEO and the wider business.
  • Proactively support the CEO – using own initiative when required – with all routine queries and business tasks.
  • Manage hectic and complex calendars.
  • Work alongside all departments to ensure all workflows are managed according to deadlines.
  • Demonstrate ownership by tracking and following through to resolution on all queries and issues.
  • CEO diary control, including calendar, event and meeting management.
  • General office duties as needed, including assistance with ad hoc administration and/or project work.
  • Minute taking for CEO in critical meetings.
  • Build cross-functional relationships between departments.
  • Demonstrate ownership, tracking and follow through to resolution on all queries and issues.
  • Manage multiple busy inboxes.
  • Manage external stakeholders effectively.
  • Travel coordination.

Skills and Experience Required;

  • 5+ Years Executive Assistant experience reporting into a CEO or similar.
  • High level of initiative and self-motivation.
  • A sense of urgency and ability to prioritize tasks effectively.
  • Excellent attention to detail, with the ability to work on various tasks and projects simultaneously.
  • Exceptional time management, organization, communication, and problem-solving skills.
  • Track record of driving organizational and cross-functional alignment to produce positive outcomes.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels.
  • Effective, versatile and action-oriented.
  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.

  What does the role offer

  • You will be working in a diverse inclusive environment where your input will be valued and where ideas are welcomed.
  • Attractive salary and benefits including full Private Health Insurance, and Pension Contributions
  • Work and grow with some of the best minds in the industry. Be part of something big!

JWR Employment Specialists are working with an exciting battery technology company in Galway to recruit an Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) Coordinator.

About the Company

Our client is a leading battery technology company who are making an impact on a global scale in industrial electricfication. Located in Claregalway, Galway, this company is going to strength to strength and has massive growth plans for the next number of years. Working in this company will offer experience working with some of the best in business in a high energy, fast paced environment. Opportunities like these don’t come up very often!

About the Position;

  • The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a proven track record to influence others, have strong knowledge of safety programs and be a convincing communicator with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Developing, implementing, and executing H&S objectives, systems & improvement plans.
  • Perform risk assessments and eliminate / reduce health & safety risks and identify workable solutions.
  • Rollout of new processes and procedures.
  • Drive to engage others and have excellent interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.
  • Identify site H&S training needs and deliver training sessions for employees and management as required.
  • Safety related reporting and investigation of incidents, near misses and observations to prevent recurrence / reduce the number of incidents.
  • Coordinating and carrying out safety and security audits; investigate non-conformities and ensure completeness and timeliness of investigations.
  • Lead the investigation of H&S incidents/accidents onsite.
  • Managing aspects of the induction process for new starters across the site.
  • Liaising with relevant authorities and bodies such as the HSA etc as necessary.
  • Ensuring all employees, contractors, third parties and visitors are compliant with H&S requirements of the site.
  • Conducting internal audits and ensuring the site is always audit ready.
  • Ensure that all necessary procedures, PPE, signage, and training are complete and available.
  • Serve as a leader in demonstrating and implementing a strong EHS culture across the site.
  • Develop and lead the companies’ environmental programmes.

Requirements:

  • You have recently been working in a similar position for at least 3-5 years.
  • Relevant third level qualification.
  • Detailed knowledge of H&S legislation.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to influence and motivate peers, management, and external vendors.
  • Be able to build relationships & work collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.
  • Be innovative, by creating new & better ways for the organisation to be successful.
  • Self-starter with ability to complete work independently as well as successfully lead others if needed.

  What does the role offer

  • You will be working in a diverse inclusive environment where your input will be valued and where ideas are welcomed.
  • Attractive salary and benefits including full Private Health Insurance, and Pension Contributions
  • Work and grow with some of the best minds in the industry. Be part of something big!

JWR Employment Specialists are working with an exciting battery technology company in Galway to recruit a Project Manager.

About the Company

Our client is a leading battery technology company who are making an impact on a global scale in industrial electricfication. Located in Claregalway, Galway, this company is going to strength to strength and has massive growth plans for the next number of years. Working in this company will offer experience working with some of the best in business in a high energy, fast paced environment. Opportunities like these don’t come up very often!

 

About the Role; 

  • Oversee the planning and delivery of key internal projects onsite.
  • Define, implement, and maintain project management methodologies.
  • Set project timelines and monitor project deliverables.
  • Update relevant stakeholders / team members on the project progress, and ensure all stakeholders are following the critical path and are in alignment with key business priorities.
  • Coach and support project team members with tasks you assign them.
  • Capture the requirements of new projects/ tasks outside of the main project and communicate this to key stakeholders.
  • Create a clear roadmap aligned to business goals and objectives, and translate the purpose, vision, deadline, and key priorities of each project and create a delivery strategy.
  • Ensure that all team leads can answer key strategic questions, such as:

o  Are we clear on the company’s critical path and current key priorities?

o  What will the company’s look like in the next 6-months? And how do we get there?

o  How can we smartly separate what needs to be done now vs. what can be done later?

o  Can we execute effectively with our current level of capability and capacity? If not fully, what can we execute and in what order?

o  How can we respond quickly to emerging issues impacting our critical path?

o  How do we get the right people involved in critical decision-making at the right time?

o  How will we really know if things are on track or not? And if we are not, how will we turn it around?

o  What does “complete” look like? And how will I know when we will be there.

 

Skills and Experience Required:

  • PMP, Prince or similar training or certification beneficial.
  • 5+ years of project management experience, preferably within the automotive / manufacturing industry (preferred, but not critical).
  • Ability to drive projects forward and plan ahead as far as possible and checking back regularly as the project progresses.
  • Understand a typical product development lifecycle in a high-tech product.
  • Have experience in multiple project management methodologies and implement the best system most appropriate to company.
  • Be cable of creating efficient real time status reporting systems.
  • Experience in line implementation and / or line transfers preferred but not required.
  • Organisation skills, time management skills, attention to detail, and prioritisation of work is essential.
  • Strong experience of managing scope, timeframes, and resources to achieve objectives

What does the role offer

  • You will be working in a diverse inclusive environment where your input will be valued and where ideas are welcomed.
  • Attractive salary and benefits including full Private Health Insurance, and Pension Contributions
  • Work and grow with some of the best minds in the industry. Be part of something big!

JWR Employment Specialists are delighted to be recruiting a Production Support Technician. This role will be based in Co. Galway.

Our client:

Our client offers its employees a fun work environment, flexibility and career opportunity. They power the trusted identities of the world’s people, places and things. They make it possible for people to transact safely, work productively, and travel freely. With 70 locations on five continents, we are seeking self-motivated, talented and forward-thinking people from all walks of life, to share in a growing diversity that is unleashing new opportunities within our clients’ company.

Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

  • Maintain a safe place of work for all employees and visitors in accordance to the company’s systems of work.
  • Provide comprehensive 1st line technical support to production lines and facilities.
  • Manage spare parts and stock of consumables within the stock control system
  • Interface with other departments in the resolution of technical problems.
  • Carry out planned and unplanned maintenance on plant and equipment.
  • Provide feedback to engineering, product management regarding product problems and possible enhancements.
  • Resolve and communicates performance problems by telephone and e-mail.
  • Maintain accurate records of technical information, summary of problem resolution.
  • Assist in continuous improvement of products and procedures.
  • Complete and retain technical documentation.
  • Develop process/ equipment documentation
  • Adhere to company policies and procedures.
  • Complete CPD as required
  • Attend training sessions when required.

Other duties may be assigned.

 

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 Education and/or Experience:

  • The successful candidate must have at least 3 years working in a production equipment environment and have proven skills in one or more of the following; PC Control: Electrical Control Systems: PLC’s: Pneumatics.
  • The successful candidate must possess a “can-do” attitude, be a good team worker, and be flexible in relation to production demands and duties.
  • Previous experience in RFID card manufacturing or secure printing industry a distinct adavntage

 

Language Skills:

  • Ability to effectively communicate in the English language, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to communicate in German an advantage
  • Ability to read and interpret product drawing, specifications, international technical standards, etc.

 

Computer Skills:

  • Proficient in MS Office applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Familiar with operating systems, such as Windows, etc.

JWR Employment Specialists are delighted to be recruiting a Warehouse Operator. This role will be based in Galway.

The Role:

The Warehouse Operator is responsible for the effective control of all receiving process, incoming inspection, goods organisation and generation of relevant documentation for the shipment of goods, invoicing and financial stock reconciliations and maintaining the incoming/shipping area in accordance with GMP requirements.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform receipt of all incoming shipments, transfer all stock items to incoming inspection and notify relevant owners of receipt of non-stock items.
  • Perform relevant incoming inspections and record the receipt of same and the system.  Transfer of all stock items to the correct location in the warehouse.
  • Support the inventory control system as per the quality system. Ensure accuracy of inventory through cycle counting effective location management and accurate record keeping.
  • Organise the shipment of finished product, samples, and equipment through packing for safe transportation.  To prepare and issue all relevant documentation, as stated in the quality system.
  • Preparation of customs documentation where required and ensuring shipments (incoming or outgoing) are on-time and complete, to customer door.
  • Organise and support the movement of product to and from the manufacturing areas of the plant.
  • Organise and support the movement of product to and from the contract sterilisers, ensure accuracy and accountability of shipping documentation and that the integrity of sterile and non-sterile product is maintained.
  • Support the invoicing for all goods in/out through the department & invoicing from Design & Development Galway site ensuring that all reconciliations are completed in a timely fashion.
  • Maintain incoming/shipping areas to a high level of GMP, housekeeping and safety.
  • Resolution of queries from customers, couriers etc in relation to shipments, documentation, invoicing etc.
  • Monitor warehouse/production consumables, maintain a buffer to ensure no ‘stock-outs’ and re-order where necessary.  Actively work to minimise stock adjustments through effective warehouse control and procedure implementation.
  • Transfer components into production (using FIFO) ensuring that production do not have ‘stock outs’

Education and Experience:

  • Experience in a shipping/warehouse environment, preferably in a medical device/pharmaceutical organisation or 3 years’ experience in a similar manufacturing environment.
  • Preferable (but not essential) to have a forklift license.
  • Ability to effectively manage a wide range of diverse activities simultaneously.
  • Self starter with good organisational, motivational and inter-personal skills and the ability to follow standardised procedures where applicable.
  • Must be able to demonstrate IT proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) and the use of the Internet.

JWR Employment Specialists are delighted to work alongside the world’s leading networks of independently owned and managed accountancy and business advisory firms, to recruit several candidates for our client’s growing tax team.

Roles include:

–       Tax Manager

–       Tax Senior

**ROLES BASED IN GALWAY OR DUBLIN**

The successful candidates will be ambitious and highly motivated people who enjoy direct client contact. The roles will involve working across all tax heads including Income Tax, Corporate Taxes, Capital Gains Tax, VAT, Capital Acquisitions Tax and Stamp Duty, as well as working on consultancy and restructuring assignments.

These are excellent opportunities for people looking for a firm that will offer continuous growth, career progression opportunities and access to training programs.

Responsibilities include

  • Building and maintaining client relationships.
  • Managing successful delivery of tax services to clients.
  • Managing the preparation and review of corporate and income tax returns for our client base of family-owned businesses and high net worth individuals.
  • Assisting with preparation of detailed consultancy projects.
  • Working with other managers, directors and Partner on all tax matters arising for our clients.
  • Coaching and mentoring of trainees.

Who we are looking for?

  • CTA / CTC Qualified team players who enjoy working in a fast paced environment.
  • Strong technical and problem solving skills.
  • People who are willing to learn and exceed.
  • Client focused candidates with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Be part of an innovative and progressive company in the West!

ÉireComposites is an innovative design, manufacturing, and testing company, involved in lightweight, high-performance fibre-reinforced composite materials, with an international blue-chip customer base of over 70 companies in the aerospace, renewable energy, and automotive sectors. ÉireComposites (www.ÉireComposites.com) has established accredited aerospace composites manufacturing and testing facilities in Galway, Ireland and has significant intellectual property in manufacturing and tooling for composite materials.

 

A vacancy now exists for a CNC Machinist (evening shift) to join the Production and Engineering team in ÉireComposites. This role will report to the CNC Operations Manager. Due to the nature of EireComposites’ blue-chip client-base, and affinity towards working with innovative companies, the selected candidate will have the opportunity to work on ground-breaking technologies. This role would suit a highly competent machinist that is looking for a challenging but exciting role in machining composites for the aerospace and renewable energy industries. Specific machining of composites experience is not a pre-requisite for this role.

 

Responsibilities (will include but are not limited to):

·        Responsible for manufacture of both series production and custom prototypes for the aerospace and renewables sectors.

·        Manufacturing of cutting-edge composite parts, working to tight deadlines machining highly complex 3D components as well as special purpose jigs and fixtures.

·        Implementation of process control and quality management systems.

·        Working as part of the engineering and production teams to plan and deliver projects.

 

Competencies:

·        Self-motivated and willing to work on own initiative.

·        Effective team member and contributes to their own team and cross functionally.

·        Strong communication, interpersonal, organizational skills.

·        Comfortable in managing competing priorities.

·        High levels of motivation and ambition.

 

Requirements:

Be time served in a relevant technical or engineering discipline, to a minimum of FETAC Level 6.
Have at least 3 years previous experience on CNC milling machines.
Previous experience with working to tight tolerances.
Be highly proficient with engineering drawings.
Good general technical skills and a willingness to learn new skills.
Willingness to work evening shift
Please submit your own C.V. format.  Unfortunately, we cannot respond to all CVs received due to volumes. However, we will respond to candidates who attend for interview and provide feedback if requested.  All our job descriptions are available in full in both English and Irish on www.eirecomposites.com, where you will also find out more information about our business.  Please submit your CV to hr@eirecomposites.com.

 

Benefits:

·        Competitive Salary depending on qualifications and experience.

·        Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra.

·        Permanent role.

·        Early finish on Fridays.

·        Death in service/life assurance.

·        Wellness and team events/initiatives.

·        Training & development.

·        Career development.

·        On-site parking & canteen.

–        We are hiring multiple positions

 

Be part of an innovative and progressive company in the West!

Bí páirteach i gcuideachta nuálach agus forásach san Iarthar!

 

ÉireComposites based in Connemara, is an innovative design, manufacturing and testing company, involved in lightweight, high performance fibre-reinforced composite materials, with an international blue-chip customer base of over 70 companies in the aerospace, renewable energy and automotive sectors. ÉireComposites has established accredited aerospace composites manufacturing and testing facilities in Galway, Ireland and has significant intellectual property in manufacturing and tooling for composite materials. Remote work is not available for this position.

Please submit your own C.V. format, as indeed CV formats are not accepted.  Unfortunately, we cannot respond to all CVs received, we will regret all short-listed candidates from interviews only.  All our job descriptions are available in full in both English and Irish on www.eirecomposites.com, where you will also find out more information about our business.

Responsibilities include:

Follow detailed assembly instructions, processes, and procedures to correctly assemble composite parts
Report problems with quality, processes, equipment, or materials to the Production Supervisor
Complete routine tasks with minimal supervision
Maintain a clean and organized work area to facilitate manufacturing functions.
Work in a cleanroom environment
Other duties as assigned by the Production Supervisor
Requirements:

Full Driver’s License
Excellent manual dexterity i.e., experience in carpentry/crafts/hairdresser.
Work experience in a manufacturing team environment is preferred.
Excellent attention to detail is required.
Individual will be required to be mobile, with frequent standing, bending, reaching grasping, stooping and walking
Leaving certificate or equivalent.
Positive can-do attitude
The prospective candidate must be able to demonstrate a professional approach, self-motivation in completing assigned tasks, and must be willing to update their skillset and work in the company’s core business areas as required.

Salary: From €24,000.00 per year

Benefits:

·        Competitive Salary.

·        Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra,

·        Permanent role

·        On-site parking & canteen

·        Work wear provided

·        Early finish on a Friday

·        Wellness and team events/initiatives

·        Training & development

·        Career development

·        Death in service/life assurance

·        PRSA deductions

·        Twenty days annual leave.