£50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum + WFH, pension, flexi time
Are you experienced with Project management of Continuous improvement initiatives? Do you have an understanding of injection moulding and/or medical device manufacturing? If yes, then this role could be for you.
iO Associates have partnered with a growing medical device company based in the Cotswolds who are looking for a Engineering Project Manager to join the team. This newly created role has come about due to growth of the NPI department and business as a whole. The role sits within the New Product Introduction team and you will be reporting to the Senior Project Manager. It has been created to ensure a robust infrastructure onto which new products can be launched.
If successful you will project manage large scale Infrastructure changes, ensuring resource is prioritised and levelled across engineering projects. You will also facilitate effective planning with the team to define scope, timelines, critical path and identification of resources responsible to execute the plan.
This role is focused on Infrastructure changes, mainly looking at reducing costs across the business. You will be responsible for the project management of all engineering projects across the business such as engineering & infrastructure changes, cost-efficiency, continuous improvement initiatives and regulatory projects. One of the major project for example will be to select a new tooling supplier which will involve the revalidation of all associated tooling. Critically you will monitor the Project performance through appropriate KPI's and you will carry out all role responsibilities in accordance with MDD/MDR, 21 CFR, ISO 13485 and internal Quality Management System.
If you have experience of Continuous Improvement initiatives, as well as medical device validations and verifications processes then this role would be an great fit for you. The products are plastic injection moulded, so experience with plastics would be a big advantage. To be considered you will also need:
- Degree or equivalent in an engineering, medical or scientific discipline.
- 5 years (minimum) relevant experience involving the manufacture of medical devices to design controls within a QMS (MDD/ MDR, ISO 13485 and 21 CFR).
- PRINCE2 / APM qualification preferred or able to demonstrate 'best practice' methods of working within Project Management.
- Knowledge of design and manufacturing within the requirements of the current medical device regulatory landscape.
In return you will be joining a great company with a supportive and inclusive culture. The salary on offer is £50,000-£60,000 and you will also get:
- 25 days holiday
- 8% pension
- Life assurance
- Flexi time/WFH
- Relocation Package if applicable.
If you would like to find out more about this opportunity, don't hesitate to get in touch and apply today.