Mechancial Design Engineer

Mechancial Design Engineer is responsible for engineering and designing medical products and surgical instruments. This person will work closely with the Engineering Manager. This position includes interfacing with clients including; project status meetings, product development project planning, tracking and reporting. Working with other internal technical teams is a key responsibility, including clinicians, industrial designers, consultants, vendors, quality engineers and other support personnel, as needed. The Product Development / Design Engineer should have significant experience in the development of products for the medical device / healthcare industry. This person should have knowledge of creative concept development, clinical issues, prototype experience, analytical ability, materials and design for manufacturing (DFM).
Create, experiment with, and evaluate new product concepts
Participate in project brainstorming meetings
Perform engineering activities, including, ensuring customer requirements are met, prototyping, maintaining compliance with quality system requirements, and participating in project status meetings
Interface with clients regarding project status
Assure project proceeds in accordance with the Design Control system.
Perform according to detailed project timeline (start up to project completion).
Participate in clinical and engineering test method development and validation
Participate in material, component and device assessment and selection for devices and implants
Participate in process design and optimization, production scale-up and technology transfer, as applicable
Participate in project summary reports, as applicable
Extensive knowledge of medical product development and manufacturing within the mechanical medical device and surgical instrumentation industry
Proficient with recent versions of 3D CAD applications (SolidWorks or ProEngineer preferred),
Basic knowledge of classic stress analysis, Finite Element Analysis and mold flow analysis
A minimum of a four year college degree in engineering or science, or equivalent experience, is required. Strong listening, verbal and written communication skills required both with technical and non-technical people
If you are interested in learning more, please send resume to:
Mike Toohey
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mtoohey at careersinct dot com

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