Orange County Metro Area, CA
Responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:
Major responsibilities will be to perform equipment/tool design and evaluation of existing equipment to identify any wear or deficiencies in PM scheduling. You will work across multiple product lines to determine fixture upgrade priority and with vendors to quote and purchase new or replacement tooling/parts.
Additional responsibilities include:
Process ownership to ensure manufacturing processes remain in a validated state and yields products that adhere to all specifications, requirements, and controls technical evaluation of product line issues, including formal and/or informal root cause investigation and corrective action of product, equipment, material, or process non-conformances, anomalies, observations, etc.
Technician support- Availability to technicians to answer technical questions, provide guidance, and receive feedback.
Identifies and implements initiatives that improve customer facing quality, reliability, or cost reduction.
Identifies and implements initiatives that improve manufacturing yield, cycle time, supplier performance, flow, operator safety & ergonomics, process simplicity, clarity, repeatability, and robustness
Critical thinking and problem solving
Attention to detail
Communication and teamwork
Solid works/CAD experience
Experience with vendors and suppliers
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (Mechanical preferred) or scientific field
1+ years experience preferred in an engineering role within Medical Device Operations or Manufacturing environment, entry level with no prior experience acceptable.