Mechanical Engineer, Instrument Industrialization
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Localisation: Salt Lake City, UT, États-Unis
Type de Contrat: Unfixed Term
Description Position Summary
This engineer is responsible for ensuring that designs of new diagnostic instrument products have been optimized for cost, ease of assembly, and manufacturability. This individual works within a team under the leadership of a project manager and is expected to work and communicate well with other team members and leadership.
- Uses engineering concepts, follows company SOPs/WIDs, department SOPs/WIDs to solve a variety of defined engineering problems.
- Analyzes designs of products for manufacturability, including, but not limited to, optimization of mechanical joints/fasteners, optimizing assembly part count, tolerance stack analysis, and optimization of manufacturing methods.
- Writes WIDs, design documentation, test cases, validation documentation, engineering investigation reports, and other documents associated with industrialization of products.
- Responsible for the design and implementation of assembly and test fixtures for sub-assemblies and complete assemblies.
- Interfaces with program management, project management, engineers, manufacturing line personnel, quality assurance, and others in the development of manufacturing processes.
- Reports to project and program management on all tasks and timelines.
- Works with vendors to define, create, and develop processes.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Works on problems of limited scope and complexity.
- Receives moderate oversight from a senior engineer.
Training and Education
Requires a minimum of a bachelor's degree in Engineering or equivalent.
Two years minimum mechanical/industrialization engineering experience required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Strong analytical skills.
- Experience with mechanical design (SolidWorks experience preferred).
- Experience with risk analysis and FMEAs.
- Knowledge and practical application of Design for Manufacturing, Assembly, Service, Testing, and Cost
- Skilled in Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, etc.).
- Knowledge of GD&T principles preferred.
- Knowledge of FDA design controls preferred.