Manufacturing Engineer - HID5572

Manufacturing Engineer - HID5572





HID Global, EMEA Fulfilment is seeking a Manufacturing Engineer to work amongst and support our Production Team. The Manufacturing Engineer will work in HID's Production space collocated with our partner's Shannon, Ireland facility. The Manufacturing Engineer will be responsible for providing a world class level of service to the Fulfillment Operations, ensuring Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost targets are achieved. Additionally, the Manufacturing engineer shall offer a seamless industrialization of new products and processes (NPI). The engineer will foster a data driven, Continuous Improvement culture and will be asked to manage associated improvement activities and projects. The engineer should have a strong mindset for quality and the 'can do' attitude to ensure rigorous validation and verification prior to production sign-off.  


Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. 

• Ensuring seamless introduction of new products, machines and processes into the operations environment. 

• Working closely with global product managers to facilitate the industrialization processes and becoming an ambassador for the site, ensuring the process is followed and owning any fall out as well as feeding back into the process. 

• Take a prominent role in new capital equipment acceptance to support capacity improvements for new product launches.  

• Has the ability to identify areas of improvement, specifically on department process. Needs to be able to engage a team and manage the projects to a satisfactory conclusion, presenting the quantifiable improvements.  

• Proactively escalate potential issues in order to minimize safety, quality, delivery issues and operational inefficiencies. 

• Establish and maintain strong relationships with the global manufacturing and product management teams.  

• Able to look at the department from a strategic stand point and work towards long term departmental goals on top of daily operations.  

• To be an ambassador for lean manufacturing principles as well as developing a culture of 'standard work'. 

• Supporting machine repairs, including diagnosing through effective root cause analysis and implementing containment and corrective actions where appropriate.  

• Maintain compliance to all Site policies and procedures (in particular Health & Safety and Quality)  


Personal Competencies: 

• A highly motivated and driven individual, who is able to engage and change behaviors to implement best practices and drive continuous improvement.  

• Is customer focused (both internal and external) and has a desire to provide the customer with high quality products, on time, every time.  

• Able to look at problems and quickly identify the root cause, containment and corrective actions.  

• Able to input, retrieve and analyse data in an efficient way to show problem areas and monitor while facilitating or leading the improvements.  

• Able to give and receive feedback in a proactive way to better the performance of themselves, the team and the company.  

• Highly organized and able to manage multiple priorities (both important and urgent), escalating any conflicts clearly and quickly.  

  Qualifications / Experience, Knowledge & Skills Requirements: 

• B.Sc education in an Engineering discipline or equivalent 

• Minimum 2 years' experience in an Operations environment is required 

• A great understanding of PLM processes and systems is essential. 

• Familiar with Oracle R12 ERP or similar ERP systems 

• Familiarity with Electrical, Electronic and Mechanical production machinery. 

• Experience in 'lean' methodology is required, inc. Process Mapping, 5S etc. 

• Proficient in MS Office applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. 


Language Skills: 

• Ability to effectively communicate in the English language verbally and in writing. 

• Ability to read and interpret technical journals, specs, international technical standards, etc.  


 Work Requirements: 

• Must be legally eligible to work in the United Kingdom and Ireland. 

• Role may require travel throughout EMEA, NA and APAC regions, as required by the Business, so the successful candidate must have, or can obtain, a valid passport with no restrictions. 

• Candidate may be subject to additional background checks and training consistent with HID's partner's employment policies and procedures 



Final Application Date

22th March 2019


HID Global is an equal opportunities employer



HID Global powers the trusted identities of the world's people, places and things. We make it possible for people to transact safely, work productively and travel freely. Our trusted identity solutions give people secure and convenient access to physical and digital places and connect things that can be accurately identified, verified and tracked digitally. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, HID Global has over 3,000 employees worldwide and operates international offices that support more than 100 countries. HID Global® is an ASSA ABLOY Group brand.   




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