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Staff Engineer

Orange County Metro Area, CA

Job Type: Engineering Job Number: JN -012020-26315 Region: Orange County Metro Area

Job Description

Staff Engineer

Lifesciences Industry

Irvine, CA


Key responsibilities include:


Create mechanical models of design concepts and drawings in

SolidWorks

Drive ideation, design, hands-on prototyping, and feasibility

testing of new concepts

Lead the design, development, and testing of capital equipment and

cable designs

Generate test protocols, reports and supporting documentation for

formal design verification

Identify, evaluate, manage, and provide technical guidance to suppliers

Mentor junior-level technical staff

An effective candidate must have hands-on skills with the proven

ability to independently apply deep technical knowledge, perform detailed

design analyses, and employ sound judgement to lead complex initiatives. We re

looking for creative mechanical engineers with the following experience and

attributes:


Electro-mechanical integration and electronics exposure

Knowledge of design and manufacturing of electro-mechanical

medical devices

Solid understanding of general manufacturing processes including

machining and injection molding

Demonstrated innovation, curiosity, and ability to tackle complex

technical problems

Established track record of delivering on projects in a high

energy environment

Strong mechanical aptitude

Strong problem-solving, organizational, analytical, and critical

thinking skills

Knowledge of and proven experience in design, manufacturing, and

commercial release of capital equipment

Strong design skills including 3D CAD solid modeling software and

other analytical tools (Solidworks, Creo, FEA, Matlab)

Hands-on experience with 3D CAD data management systems

Deep knowledge of materials for use in medical devices

Experience with DFM methodologies and a passion for delivering

highly-manufacturable products

Motivated self-starter able to achieve results with minimal ,direction

Effective communicator


Qualifications

A bachelor s degree in mechanical engineering and a minimum of 7

years of relevant engineering experience are required

Non-invasive patient sensor design and development experience is

required

Experience with electro-mechanical medical devices

Deep knowledge of injection molding, machining, and thermoforming

design methodologies for reusable, capital equipment, and cable assembly

components

Solid understanding of general manufacturing processes including

injection molding, machining, thermoforming, extrusions, additive

manufacturing, surface treatments, and various plastic part joining

technologies

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