Medical Device Engineer
Qualification: Bachelor's Degree
- Works as part of a team performing standard engineering work requiring application of standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria.
- Apply specialized theoretical knowledge in a creative way to a broad range of difficult problems.
- Performs routine engineering assignments of related tasks which are typically a focused portion of larger projects. These tasks provide experience and familiarization with engineering staff, methods, techniques, theories, Corporate and division SOP’s, policies and projects.
- Document development work including writing specifications for manufacturing or scientific test results.
- Ability to solve routine design and engineering tasks with some assistance. Able to solve problems with periodic monitoring.
- Assists in the preparation and participation in technical reviews and responsible for organizing data preparing appropriate documentation for assigned projects
- Develop products/ processes (design, research techniques, etc) incorporating multiple tasks within area of expertise.
- Complete complex design and technical tasks, integrating information from a variety of disciplines.
- Provide technical input to strategic plan
- Incorporate Knowledge of customer use and product design to predict product effectiveness/ anticipate potential failures.
- Utilize engineering tools to solve straightforward problems (e.g. FMEA, Finite Element Analysis, process Molding, Design of experiments, Mold flow, SPC
- Lead project teams and laboratory activities as needed to accomplish project objectives.
Bachelors degree required in Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering or Biochemical Engineering