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Packaging Engineering Manager

Packaging Engineering Manager
Permanent position

Exciting new role for a Packaging Engineering Manager to join one of our leading medical devices clients in working in a global function based in Galway. This company stands out for their culture, exceptional career development pathways and unrivalled rewards and recognition packages. This new job opportunity is located Galway. Galway, voted "Europe's most Friendliest City 2020"!

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In this role as Packaging Engineering Manager you will lead an experienced and ambitious team in the specialised function of Packaging Engineering and Labelling Development. As well as being an expert in your field key aspects of the role will include providing and developing a strategic approach to your team's development. This role will offer a hybrid working model.

Key Responsibilities:

Lead technical advancement projects, providing guidance and approval regarding technical strategies and approaches.
Work closely with various personnel and divisions to ensure an improved, practical, and consistent approach to packaging and labelling.
Provide guidance and training to staff to progress towards defined career goals, motivate individuals to achieve results, and recruit and maintain a high-quality team.
Develop strong team skills, including optimised communication, teamwork, and initiative while supporting deliverables.
Assist with and manage functional deliverables, ensuring technical excellence throughout the process.
Ensure continued intellectual property development from self and staff.
Assist with and complete the development of budgets; monitor spending.
Assist in the identification and development of department tools.
Determine appropriate staff levels, schedules, and resources.
Work with project managers to understand priorities and plan resource and time allocation accordingly.
Collaborate with project staff to develop assignments and schedules that will meet completion dates for R&D deliverables.
Continuously monitor and evaluate project and department progress and goals.
Assure that appropriate resources (personnel, tools, etc.) are maintained to maintain Quality System compliance and adherence to the Quality Policy.
Foster a diverse workplace that enables all participants to contribute to their full potential in pursuit of organisational objectives.Qualifications and Experience:

HETAC Level 8 in a relevant discipline
Minimum 5 years experience in a similar role.
Expert technical capabilities.
Proven ability to lead a team and develop employees.
Good technical capabilities, communication skills, teamwork abilities and initiative.
Project Management, Stakeholder Management and strong business acumen.For further information on this role in please contact Elaine Ferguson at or (phone number removed)

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