My client is a growing Medical Device company in Mahwah NJ. They are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer. The work schedule is a hybrid one.
HYBRID SCHEDULE: 3 days in office and 2 days remote
Do not have to come from medical but must come from a Manufacturing environment. Will see junior people out of school as well.
Job Summary: Design and implement all phases of the contract manufacturing process at New Jersey facility. Define and maintain all technical documentation required to test, inspect, refurbish, package, label, reprogram and assemble high-end medical equipment and PC based products. Essential Functions:
Introduce new products to the company throughout North America. Create manufacturing documents for all conversion, software, and test processes for ultrasound, anesthesia and patient monitoring products. Perform verification on all manufacturing related procedures for products. Specify, validate and maintain production equipment and fixtures.
Help to train manufacturing operators and testers in basic troubleshooting techniques. Instruct manufacturing operators and receiving on how to inspect, test, evaluate, program, repair and rework products. Support production activities to meet high demand for end of quarter objectives.
Work on project teams to introduce new products and update existing products. Provide feedback to Program Coordinators on any process related issues. Attend team meetings on assigned projects, monitor all technical and mechanical problems.
Support quality through failure investigation of returned goods, aid with disposition of discrepant material, and create identification and additional inspection documentation.
Work with marketing, purchasing and planning to coordinate product integration and obsolesce issues.
Create and maintain standard operations procedures to provide guidelines for manufacturing and logistics.
Work with the operation managers and more senior manufacturing engineers to discuss product priorities and issues to meet the goals of the operations department.
Work with quality in a regulated medical device industry regarding disposition of products and accessories.
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), Mechanical Engineering (BSME) or similar.
At least 4 years related experience and/or training in a manufacturing environment, could be in an intern or co-op capacity.
Good understanding of electrical theory and principles as they apply to the testing and troubleshooting of complex electrical and electro-mechanical systems.
Basic understanding of mechanical design and assembly processes.
Working knowledge of Microsoft applications software.
Strong PC and networking knowledge.
Experience with SAP or similar ERP system
Skills and Abilities
Electronic testing/ troubleshooting at board level and resolving mechanical issues.
Ability to multitask effectively and manage deadlines.
Requires analytical and mathematical ability, excellent verbal and written communications skills, creativity, problem-solving and technical skills.
Physical Demands/Work Environment
Normal work environment with frequent time spent in manufacturing environment.
Hours can be extensive due to production issues or end of quarter production activities.
1. Internal Contacts
Program Coordinator - work on project teams for new product development
Operations Management and production workers (assembly, testers, inspectors)
Quality Engineering and Regulatory Assurance
Operations Support – Purchasing and Planning
Logistic - Warehouse Management and Material Handlers
Vendors; Contact with vendors through the Purchasing Department.