The Process Engineer is responsible for:
Developing and supporting process and equipment technologies in the manufacturing of l.V. catheters,
Design improvements to processes, product and equipment technologies throughout the entire Southington facility.
Defining the process/product specifications through the use of statistical tools and designs of experiments.
Managing the validation of new processes/product in an FDA regulated environment.
Ensure compliance with company policies and business practices including FDA (Food & Drug Administration) regulations, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and ISO (lnternational Organization for Standardization) requirements.
Position Description & Requirements:
Skills in automated assembly techniques and processes such as positioning, thermal forming, bonding, inspection.
Skills in plastics processing methods such as injection molding and extrusion.
Knowledge of mechanical design and/or circuit design.
Knowledge of mechanical system design (knowledge with automated assembly equipment).
Fundamental knowledge of physics and engineering required to develop processes (Thermal, material and fluid sciences).
Knowledge of statistical tools used to develop processes.
Independent judgment and problem solving and ability to make decisions based on relevant information.
Ability to manage projects with limited supervision.
Ability to clearly communicate both written and verbal.
Bachelor Degree of Science in Engineering
Skills in Computers relative to data and statistical analysis.
Skills in Microsoft office products
3-5 years related Engineering experience with a Bachelors Degree of Science in Engineering
O-3 years related Engineering experience with a Masters Degree of Science in Engineering
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