Manufacturing Engineer

Job Site
Mills River, NC (USA)
Area of Responsibility
Production / Engineering
Type of Employment
Permanent Position

The position of Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for supporting manufacturing by developing, qualifying, implementing and maintaining manufacturing equipment, processes and procedures. 

Job Description

  • Lead the validation/qualification effort for equipment and processes (IQ, OQ & PQ).
  • Define and document equipment & process requirements.
  • Develop/improve and maintain specifications and procedures for manufacturing, test and inspection processes, tooling and equipment.
  • Develop and execute test protocols (e.g., validation protocols), author test reports, technical memos, investigations and document changes in accordance with regulatory and corporate requirements.
  • Perform risk assessments.
  • Perform root cause analysis. Develop and implement corrective actions.
  • Support existing manufacturing product line(s).
  • Responsible for the production line efficiency improvements (processes, layouts, fixtures/tooling, etc.). Utilize Lean tools to eliminate waste, increase capacity, and drive cost out of the process
  • Trouble-shoot processes, designs, equipment and quality systems.
  • Participate in product, design and/or technology transfers. Concurrently develop assembly and testing methods.
  • Serve as technical expert for existing products/processes as well as product transfers. Will be the primary technical interface to the design division regarding design for manufacturing and service.
  • Participate in design reviews representing manufacturing and service as required
  • Responsible for the identification, planning and execution of cost improvement projects.
  • Maintains working knowledge of company policies and procedures, ISO and FDA requirements.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline.
  • Familiarity with FDA regulatory requirements, GMP, ISO, lean, process validation and six sigma methodologies
  • Experience in process and equipment validations for medical product assembly.
  • 5+ years’ experience in a manufacturing environment in a regulated industry, medical device preferred.
  • Experience with hands-on electro-mechanical, manual assembly and troubleshooting.
  • Ability to read and understand mechanical drawings and electrical schematics.
  • Demonstrated ability to gather, analyze and evaluate data as well as recommend actions.
  • Computer skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • PFMEA/Risk analysis.
  • Fixture design experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Time management and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated problem solver & team player.
  • Experience with drafting/CAD/3D modeling.



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