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Senior Manufacturing Engineer (Electrical)

Company Name:
Employment Partners Group
Engineer the Next Level of Medical Technology
Lead a team of dedicated designers that take medical equipment test procedures to new levels. We are a world class medical equipment design company looking for a dedicated engineer who lives and breathes the medical manufacturing process. Work alongside a team of engineers to refine and develop the next generation of medical equipment that improves the quality of life for a host of medical situations.
If you are the type of engineer who loves to roll up your sleeves and dig into improving test procedures, developing tools and procedures on CAD systems and can drill down into the details to find solutions, we want to talk to you. From working with cross-functional teams to building prototypes and production units our manufacturing engineering team resolves problems and innovates solutions. Make your knowledge count; help us to implement medical equipment that can change lives.
Interested? Here are some of the responsibilities:
o Provide End-Of-Life (EOL) and part obsolescence management and support of product lifecycle management.
o Knowledge of project management techniques
o Knowledge of CAD systems: Orcad (or equivalent), Electrical Simulation Tools
o Develops, maintains and improves test procedures, tools, fixtures, and programs on existing printed circuit boards, electro-mechanical assemblies, and final products.
o Reviews supplier change notices, works with cross-functional team to determine proper part and assembly procurement actions, and executes ECO's to process changes and phase into production.
o Knowledge of x-ray equipment and/or other capital equipment.
o Familiar with the FDA's Design Control process, the CE Mark process, and ISO requirements. Able to complete all necessary design control documentation related to a project.
Realistically, we need someone that is an Electrical Engineer (BSEE), (there's a lot of development and manufacturing of x-ray and other capital medical devices in a LEAN environment) but a Masters in Electrical Engineering would create a lot of credibility. The most important is a strong knowledge and experience in End-Of-Life (EOL) processes and analysis.
While above sounds pretty good; the proven track record, financial stability and the focus the company puts on their teams is where they stand apart from their competition.
Desired Skills & Experience:
If you have these skills and experiences, then you got what it takes. Realistically, you'll need a minimum of a BSEE. Also, proven experience of End-Of-Life (EOL) in the medical device industry and knowledge of project management techniques and CAD systems: Orcad, and electrical Simulation Tools to name a few. If you have these or if you almost have them, let's talk either way.


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