Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Sustain products already in production, addressing scrap issues, specification or safety issues, or potential efficiency improvements, including the response to DCR’s (Document Change Requests) that come from the Production group.
- Use customer-provided drawings or specifications, and consider Medbio quality requirements, to develop and automate needs for the project/product.
- Work with Production Managers, Director of Engineering, Program Managers, Project Engineers, and/or Process Engineers to conceptualize, research, and implement new ideas, processes, and technologies for the advancement of Medbio, Inc. and its customers. The Manufacturing Engineer will provide guidance on quotes or new product developments as necessary, particularly where post-mold processing is required.
- Develop requirements/specifications for any custom fixturing or equipment. and manage procurement. installation, and qualification of that equipment. Create/assemble and file all associated documentation for each fixture.
- Work with internal teams to develop and implement procedures that increase the quality of Medbio-provided services.
- Work well with others In the organization to identify solutions and manage complex or difficult tasks.
- Provide training and/or insights to any junior engineers in the organization to the betterment of the individual and the company.
- Perform any other related duties as requested by the Production Managers or the Director of Engineering.
- Provide operational leadership, support, maintenance on new system installations.
- Manage automaton projects using internal department resources and extend supplier.
- Engineering or relevant degree, or a minimum three (3) years of relevant experience.
- (Prefer) 2-3 years experience in plastic injection molding.
- Good understanding of automation systems and equipment. (FANUC, SEPRO, PLC’s)
- Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office, MS Project).
- Strong product and tool ‘blueprint’ reading skills, with working knowledge of GD& T. Strong written/verbal communication skills.
- Good understanding of ISO and FDA regulations and GMPs.
- Must be able to work a standard 40-hour workweek with occasional overtime including weekends a possibility. Sitting and/or standing for extended periods of time as well as some walking within the facility. Must be able to see with or without corrective lenses and distinguish color differences and depth perception for product and safety issues. Hearing ability should be sufficient to hear and react to audible alarms from distances up to 100 feet. The ability to lift and carry various items up to 50