Manufacturing Design Engineer

Contact Ryan O'Grady
  • Salary: €30,000-€45,000
  • Location: IrelandLeinsterDublin
  • Sector: Construction & Civils

We are assisting our client based in Dublin who are looking for a Manufacturing Design Engineer.

Our client is a family owned Irish Company, based in Dublin. They are specialists in Stainless steel & Mild Steel Fabrications and Powder coating

This is a unique opportunity for a dynamic self-motivated individual to join a well-established business.  We are seeking to hire a qualified Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineer who will take the lead role within our Engineering team.

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  • Take responsibility for the Engineering team
  • Work closely with and assist the Production Manager
  • Lead in new product development, process efficiencies, etc
  • Work closely with our Customer base on current and new projects – taking a lead role in developing new business, Project quotations, etc.
  • Lead the team in terms of preparing jobs for production – outputting to our BySoft production system
  • Develop fabrication drawings and instructions for production
  • Prioritize projects/workload for the team.


  • BSc in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering
  • Experience in Sheet metal, Solid Works, Autocad, Revit, etc.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience in SS and/or Mild steel fabrication will be an advantage.
  • Strong work ethic.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Meticulous attention to detail.
  • Computer literate.
  • Proactive nature.


If this role sounds like something you would be interested in perusing contact me today




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