Engineering Project Lead - Cork
Responsibilities. Co-ordination of effective resourcing of project and the management of individual performances to defined objectives across Global Orthopaedics. Definition and execution of individual performance improvement and development plans for team members in-line with the Project Implementation timeline & objectives. Management, motivation and development of staff to meet project goals. Provision of continuous support and mentoring to the team members. Identification of training needs of staff and opportunities for development to maximize their potential. Management of day-to-day deliverables of the Project teams. Work with the project team members on a continuous basis to ensure objectives are met or exceeded. Consolidate and communicate project status updates as per stakeholder expectations. Manage communication and work commitments with teams’ external to the core team. Co-ordinate project meetings manage attendance and ensure defined behavioural norms are sustained. Facilitate issue resolution through strong and consistent leadership and the application of leadership development tools. Facilitate technical problem resolution through the application of best practice tools such as 8-D, DMAIC, etc. Ensure that all changes and activities conform to local and corporate, statutory, legislative and regulatory requirements for GMP, HSE and Quality. Create and maintain an environment of innovative continuous improvement, focusing on quality, cost reduction, process development and supply. Education & Experience. 3rd Level Degree, preferably in mechanical or manufacturing engineering. Experience in high volume medical device manufacturing environment. Project Management Certification desirable. Track record in team leadership including mentoring & coaching skills demonstrated in a business environment. Strong communication, reporting and presentation skills. Familiar and experienced in problem solving methodologies. Interested candidates should submit an updated CV. Please click the link below to apply, call Emma on 0214297900 or alternatively send an up to date CV firstname.lastname@example.org. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
160 days ago