Who we want-
Detail-oriented process improvers. Critical thinkers who naturally see opportunities to develop and optimize work processes – finding ways to simplify, standardize and automate.
Dedicated achievers. People who thrive in a fast-paced environment and will stop at nothing to ensure a project is complete and meets regulations and expectations.
Self-directed initiators. People who take ownership of their work and need no prompting to drive productivity, change, and outcomes.
Collaborative partners. People who build and leverage cross-functional relationships to bring together ideas, data and insights to drive continuous improvement in functions.
What you will do-
You will be responsible for the equipment and processes including, but not limited to, equipment qualifications (3D printers, ancillary and support equipment, tooling, etc.), process characterizations, validations (overall and part specific), project coordination of NPI products as well as cross-cultural interactions and relationship building. In this role, you are a part of the Advanced Operations team interacting cross functionally, within Stryker and outside of Stryker– both on the global level.
Equipment qualifications and validations for 3D printers, ancillary and support equipment, tooling, etc.
Will coach and mentor others on functionally related topics such as Design for Manufacturability (Additive & Subtractive) as well as Design for Inspectability.
Provide engineering support for new product and process introductions, ensuring that all activities are completed and documented in accordance with the Stryker new product development procedures.
Measurement System Analysis (MSA) for variable and attribute gages
Project management of new product introductions (NPI), continuous improvements and sustaining activities
Participate in PFMEA, Control Plan, SOP and PPAP generation associated with product transfers and launches.
Assure that processes produce quality products in a timely and economical manner that maintains compliance with government regulations.
Lead capital acquisition activity from specifying equipment, contract negotiation, Installation and validation.
Will select components and equipment based on analysis of specifications, reliability and regulatory requirements. Work with quality engineers to develop component specific testing and inspection protocols.
Create clear and accurate equipment and process procedures and work instructions
Train other engineers, technicians, and production operators on the use of equipment / processes developed
What you need
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering or related engineering discipline, preferred
Equivalent experience in lieu of degree
6 years’ experience in a process engineer’s position
Minimum of one (1) year Additive manufacturing experience, preferred
Ability to handle increasingly complex project requirements with minimal supervision.
Good understanding of Design for Manufacturing (DFM), related statistical tools and validation/verification techniques.
Ability to independently define problems / opportunities and provide documented solutions.
Must be able to read and interpret complex engineering drawings and have a good understanding of geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing.
Good project management skills are required due to multiplicity of priorities and projects being handled at any one time
Experience in an FDA regulated or regulated industry beneficial.
Ability to handle “hands-on” work in evaluation and implementing projects.
Ability to travel 10% of the time.
High level of PC Skills required.