Manufacturing Operator

–        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.

Responsibilities include:

·        Follow detailed assembly instructions, processes, and procedures to correctly. manufacture and assemble composite parts to meet individual customer requirements.

·        Complete all records required as per processes/procedures and training provided.

·        Report problems with quality, processes, equipment, or materials to the Production Supervisor/Operations manager immediately.

·        Support the movement of materials and use of lifting equipment.

·        Operate machinery, tools, and aids with ease.

·        Complete routine tasks with minimal supervision.

·        Maintain a clean and organized work area to facilitate manufacturing functions.

·        Work in a cleanroom environment/industrial production area.

·        Undertake all other duties as assigned by the Production Supervisor/Operations manager.

Core Job Requirements:

·        Full European/Irish Driver’s License is required.

·        Excellent attention to detail is required.

·        Individual will be required to be mobile, with frequent standing, bending, reaching grasping, stooping and walking are requirements for role.

·        Excellent manual dexterity i.e., experience in carpentry/crafts/hairdresser/making things with your hands is preferable.

·        Leaving certificate or equivalent is preferred although not essential.

·        Proficiency in the English language is required.

·        Work experience in a manufacturing team environment is preferred although not essential.

·        Ability to learn on the job and have a willingness to update skills and versatility in core business areas as required.

·        The prospective candidate must be able to demonstrate a positive can-do attitude, professional approach and self-motivation in completing assigned tasks.

·        Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

·        Demonstrates good problem-solving capability.

 

 

Salary: €26,000.00 per year.  Salary and Job role requirements are reviewed as part of the six month probation process and thereafter annually in line with the company performance management process and business performance.

 

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.

·        Easily accessible – 25 mins from Knocknacarra,

·        Permanent role.

·        Pension plan.

·        Early finish on a Friday.

·        Death in service/life assurance.

·        Twenty days annual leave.

·        Wellness and team events/initiatives.

·        Training & development.

·        Work wear provided.

·        On-site parking & canteen.

 

 

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’

Requirements
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.

• Knowledge of Android HAL or Linux OS is beneficial

• Ability to effectively communicate product architectures, design proposals and negotiate options at senior management levels

 

Scope & Impact

 

Impact of decisions can often alter product timelines by multiple quarters.

 

Impacts efficiencies and delivery times across all software teams takes responsibility for the quality of deliveries.

 

Proactively and effectively interacts and partners across different departments within and outside the software engineering function.

 

Complexity:

 

Moderate to high

 

Education & Experience:

 

Bachelor’s degree in relevant area or demonstrated competence. Typically, 10 years or more of General/owner experience.

partners across different departments within and outside the software engineering function.

 

Complexity:

 

Moderate to high

 

Education & Experience:

 

Bachelor’s degree in relevant area or demonstrated competence. Typically, 10 years or more of General/owner experience.

development teams.

 

Complexity:

 

Moderate: Some senior management interface; frequent cross-functional/cross-organizational interaction on the execution of tactics.

 

Applies developed subject matter knowledge to solve common and complex business issues within established guidelines and recommends appropriate alternatives. Works on problems of diverse complexity and scope. May act as a team or project.

 

Leader providing direction to team activities and facilitating information validation and team decision-making process. Exercises independent judgment within generally defined policies and practices to identify and select a solution.

 

Education & Experience:

 

Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area or demonstrated competence. Typically 4-6 years of General/owner experience.

Job Summary

The production operator is responsible for manufacturing balloons, catheters and delivery systems using appropriate quality control procedures to ensure delivery of quality product to our customers. This role is based in a controlled environment and will involve training on multiple steps and supporting product development / commercial builds.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assure that the weekly schedule is completed.
  • Assist with production inspections and testing and other tasks as assigned.
  • Ensure that any non-conforming product at any stage of production is properly identified and controlled.
  • Conduct final inspections and product release activities.
  • Keep work areas clean and organized as per required procedures.
  • Assist in maintaining traceability of products.
  • Work as part of the team.
  • Work with team members to maximize productivity and efficiency.
  • Follow all company rules and policies.
  • Follow all safety rules, Quality and ISO requirements.
  • Implement good working practices and procedures.
  • Assure that all products are built to the highest standard of quality.

Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent communication skills and organisation skills.
  • Attention to detail is a necessity, the ability to demonstrate sound judgement/rational.
  • Highly motivated and the ability to work within a team-based environment, flexible and willing to learn

Job Summary

  • The Supply Chain PAO is responsible for the effective control of all incoming/outgoing goods and inventory in the warehouse, and maintaining the warehouse in accordance with GMP requirements.
  • In doing so, helping in creating a customer led organisation
  • Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • Perform incoming inspections and record the receipt of raw materials and supplies in accordance with the Nordson Medical quality system.  Transfer of all stock items to the correct location in the warehouse.
  • Support the inventory control system as per the Nordson Medical quality system.
  • Ensure accuracy of inventory through cycle counting, effective location management and accurate record keeping.
  • Minimise stock adjustments through effective warehouse control and procedure implementation.
  • Monitor warehouse/production consumables, maintaining a buffer to ensure no ‘stock-outs’ and re-order where necessary, Maintain Extrusion consumables using the Kanban system and process monthly consumable works orders
  • Allocation & Confirmation of incoming & outgoing extrusion raw materials.
  • Transfer components into production (using the FIFO system), ensuring that Production do not have ‘stock outs’.
  • Support the movement of product to and from the contract sterilisers, schedule sterilisation in conjunction with the contractors, ensure accountability documentation is complete and that the integrity of sterile and non-sterile product is maintained.
  • Organise the shipment of finished product, samples and equipment through packing for safe transportation, using the most appropriate cost-effective transportation.  To prepare and issue all relevant documentation, as stated in the Nordson Medical quality system.
  • Preparation of customs documentation where required and ensuring shipments (incoming or outgoing) are on-time and complete, to customer door.
  • Complete the invoicing for all goods in/out through the department ensuring that all reconciliations are completed in a timely fashion in supporting the Finance department on a daily, weekly and monthly basis
  • Support the management of waste/recycling.
  • Provide cover for the Shipping Administrator
  • Maintain warehouse areas to a high level of GMP, housekeeping and safety.
  • Other duties may apply

Company Growing 3-fold by 2026 – Manufacturing Sector – Commutable from County Galway, County Mayo or County Roscommon – No previous manufacturing sector experience required

My client is a $16bn global organisation spread across 30 countries, with almost 200 manufacturing facilities worldwide. Their Irish operation in County Galway is seeking a career-driven Qualified Accountant to support the New Business team in their site of 800 staff.

Your job as Financial Analyst for New Business Projects

Working under the direction of the PL Management Control Manager and the R&D Director, you will have responsibility for validating new business costs.  You will liaise with each department involved, validating the quotation of new projects to customers and support Operations in building new business cases.   You will consolidate project performance reviews (costing progress, budget, resources) , benchmarking and standardizing costings.  By maintaining a standard tool to monitor project performance, you will provide regular project evolution to the management (variance vs budget, month N-1 on all P&L and activity analysis lines). You will also monitor the customer contributions & revenues related to specific projects.

Other tasks will include:

Support R&D and Finance teams with funding & grant submissions
Monitor profitability by product stages & technologies
Perform Business Case reviews
Review P1 Profitability
Benchmarking & standardization of costings

What you need for this exciting job:

If you are a recently Qualified Accountant (CIMA, ACA, ACCA) who is eager to learn and develop rapidly in the manufacturing sector, this is an excellent opportunity for you. You will be an analytical individual who is commercially focused and seeking more exposure to R&D and strategic business decisions. A people person with strong analytical skills, you will be comfortable working under your own direction and having the autonomy to make decisions, in a highly innovative and exciting industrial manufacturing environment.

Galway/Home Hybrid: The company envisage a 3 days onsite / 2 days at home arrangement, which may suit candidates travelling from Co Roscommon, County Mayo or any part of County Galway.

What you need to do next:

To investigate this amazing opportunity further, apply now or contact Edel Vahey on +353 9495 57033 for a confidential, exploratory conversation.

Due to phenomenal growth, we are looking to add an experienced Project Manager to join one of Ireland’s fastest-growing M&E Building Services companies. King and Moffatt have successfully delivered multiple large scale projects in Ireland, the UK & multiple locations in Europe. This Project Manager role is joining an experienced team in a very fast paced environment. We pride ourselves on being a full building services solutions provider.

King and Moffatt have a vast portfolio of projects in the following sectors: industrial, commercial, pharmaceutical, food processing, logistics distribution centres. We are looking for an experienced Project Manager based in Cork at one of our client sites. This role is a full-time contract role.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Attend project start-up meetings, become familiar with all details and specifications of the project.
Input on tech submittals as required, raising and manage RFI’s and manage labour tracker.
Progress Report to be maintained weekly and report any changes/variations.
Resourcing responsible for direct and specialist sub con
Coordination and delivery of project plant and equipment
Ensure adequate materials are always available to complete the project.
Update program gains/losses to Con Manager weekly
Assisting CM in developing commission plan and implement the commission plan on site.
Generate biweekly/monthly snag list and improvements.
Manage K&M handover process and maintain K&M Document Management System.
Meetings as required with Sub Contractors to ensure on time delivery.
Attend general site meetings and action points raised.
This list is not exhaustive or exclusive.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Trade or Engineering Background
5 years post qualification experience in Construction/Project Management is preferred
SUPERVISORY REQUIREMENTS AND DEPUTY

This role has Foremen, Site Supervisors, and Specialist Sub-Contractors reporting to them.

TRAVEL

Some travel may be required. The expectation is that this would not exceed 80% of total working time on average.

What’s in it for you:

Professional Development support
Employee Assistance Program
Health and Wellness programs
Free parking
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Schedule:

 

Monday to Friday

Education:

 

Bachelor’s (preferred)
Experience:

 

Project management: 3 years (preferred)
Work authorisation:

 

Ireland (preferred)

About the Job:

We are looking for a hard-working, highly motivated Internal Auditor to join our recently established Internal Audit team. You will assist RTR’s Audit Committee of the Board of Directors in their risk oversight responsibilities and will specifically support the company in its SOX compliance program. You will report to the VP, Internal Audit.

What You’ll Do:

Play a key role in the company’s Internal Audit team and support compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (“SOX”)

  • Evaluate RTR’s internal control environment, focusing on critical business processes and technologies and making recommendations for improvement.
  • Analyze and document business process flows and related control documentation and understand the technology supporting business processes.
  • Identify and assess risks and evaluate key control activities within business processes in collaboration with key business stakeholders.
  • Perform fieldwork to test internal controls as part of the SOX process and document your work.
  • Identify and develop recommendations to enhance control effectiveness.
  • Track and follow-up on the remediation of open control deficiencies.

Execute internal audits:

  • Assist in the planning of audit projects and in developing audit programs to meet audit objectives.
  • Perform audit program steps and document your work.
  • Assist in the communication of findings and recommendations verbally and through written reports.
  • Assist with other special projects and various administration tasks as they may arise

About You:

  • You have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Accounting.
  • You have or are currently working towards a certification relevant to auditing: CPA or CIA.
  • You have a minimum of one year’s experience in public accounting. While in public accounting, you must have worked for public company clients, where part of your time was specifically spent on SOX compliance over business process and entity-level controls.
  • You have a detailed understanding of SOX testing methodologies and experience designing, monitoring, and evaluating internal controls and SOX compliance programs for public companies.
  • Experience working with technology driven, growth, start up companies is a plus.
  • You have experience reviewing and documenting financial processes.
  • You are a strong communicator, both written and verbal, with the ability to work with both subject matter experts and senior level management.
  • You are a highly-organized, detail-oriented self-starter with the ability to work independently and within a team environment.
  • You are able to execute and follow-through on tasks while ensuring attention to detail.
  • You have an investigative and curious nature and enjoy problem-solving.

Benefits:

At Rent the Runway, we’re committed to the happiness and wellbeing of our employees, and aim to create a workplace that fosters both personal and professional growth. Our inclusive benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Generous Paid Time Off including annual leave, paid bereavement, and family sick leave – every employee needs time to take care of themselves and their family.
  • Universal Paid Parental Leave for both parents + flexible return to work program  – because we know your newest family member(s) deserve your undivided attention.
  • Paid Sabbatical after 5 years of continuous service – unplug, recharge, and have some fun.
  • Competitive Stakeholder Pension – taking care of your future.
  • Comprehensive health, dental care and dependents care from day 1 of employment – Your health comes first and we’ve got you covered.
  • Company wide events and outings – our team spirit is no joke – we know how to have fun!
  • Hybrid Work – our corporate employees have the option to work remotely 3 days a week, in accordance with Company policies.

Rent the Runway is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with applicable law, we prohibit discrimination against any applicant or employee on any legally-recognised basis, including, but not limited to: gender, marital status, family status, age disability, sexual orientation, race, religion, and membership of the Traveller community.