Greatbatch Medical, located in Plymouth, MN, is a leading OEM supplier of stimulation leads, advanced delivery systems and venous introducers to the CRM and Neuromodulation markets. Its Manufacturing Engineering Group is seeking a 1 st Shift Manufacturing Engineering Intern. The primary purpose of this short-term (three to four month) position is to document and implement 3-4 new FG’s into the Operational System. This function will report directly to the Manufacturing Engineer of the Area . The Manufacturing Engineering Intern will provide the project plan, execute most of the documentation activities and will support the labeling qualifications. This position will provide engineering support to Value Stream 1: Leads with the focus on creation of a new finished goods product.
Essential functions/activities include developing and generating documentation relates to BOM’s, manufacturing instructions, labeling qualifications, as well as developing and generating ECOs and documents in support of manufacturing. Functions also include label management which encompasses creation of new labeling and program validation, creation of routers, Bill of Materials (BOM) and Manufacturing Traveler as well as Specification generation.
Education: Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in related field
Experience: 0-1 year of experience in related field
Specialized knowledge needed for performance of job: Understanding/use of statistical analysis techniques: DOE/SPC, process capability metrics (use/expertise with MiniTab), technical writing skills must be strong (ECO generation, validation/qualification documents). Finished medical device experience preferred (experience in FDA regulated facility). Good understanding of Good Document Practices, drawing and specifications, and process flow charts.
Special Skills: Excellent interpersonal communication, follow-through and organizational skills. Will demonstrate strong communication skills between cross-functional teams (Quality, Production, Regulatory, and PD&E & Management). Self motivation as well as the ability to function comfortably in a team environment is critical.