Production Supervisor

Shannon // Full Time // Negotiable
  • Production Manufacturing

Job Summary: 

The Production Supervisor will manage, lead, and motivate a group of enthusiastic and committed production staff involved in moulding, automated assembly, configuring, kitting and packing processes. ​They will develop and maintain plans for the resourcing, training, and management of staff within the facility, to ensure sufficient quality product is produced on time in a fully compliant manner. They will deliver key goals in conjunction with Engineering, Quality, Supply Chain, Finance, Health & Safety and HR. 


  • Ensure compliance to GMP and safety standards.
  • Supervise and organise successful day to day running of the of moulding, automated assembly, configuration and packing processes.
  • Close project tasks on time and to specification, performance and cost.
  • Ensure that all products manufactured meet the specifications, performance & quality criteria of end users, customers, regulatory authorities, and the company.
  • Demonstrate and lead a quality culture within a team environment, ensuring that procedures, GDP, GMP and work methods are accurate and fully complied with
  • Assisting the operations training in distributing new up rev of documents to the line
  • Manage performance of direct reports and ensure actions, improvements and decisions emanating from these reviews are carried out in a timely manner.
  • Work in conjunction with Engineering and Quality departments in managing resources to support technical trials/new product/new technology introduction.
  • Develop efficient and effective production plans in conjunction with supply chain and ensure release of job orders
  • Lead and participate in continuous improvement projects


  • HETAC Level 7 or 8 in a relevant discipline
  • Minimum of 5 years supervisory/management experience in a medical manufacturing environment is essential
  • Ability to read and understand complex manufacturing and production information, including production drawings, work orders, and related manufacturing and quality specifications
  • Proficient in MS office applications (Word, Excel & Outlook)

Specific Requirements:

  • Experience leading teams
  • Medical device manufacturing experience.
  • Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
  • Ability to work well with others and pay attention to detail.
  • Sound decision making and organisational skills.
  • Self-starter with good motivational and inter-personal skills.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Flexible and willing to work within changing priorities and promote change.
  • Ability to effectively manage a simultaneous range of diverse activities


  • Flexibility to support shift patterns required 

  • Shift premium applies


  • Competitive salary (Negotiable D.O.E.)
  • Benefits – Pension, Health Insurance and more

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Job Overview

  • JO-2204-491682_3
  • Aine Kennedy
  • June 1, 2022
  • Shannon
  • Negotiable
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