Candidates must possess skills in object-oriented software engineering, embedded software development, agile programming methodologies, unit testing, and verification and validation software. Candidates must be able to work independently and as a team member. Good written and verbal communications skills are essential. Some travel may be required
The manufacturing systems engineer (MSE) will assess and evaluate parts, materials and processes (PMP) and implementation; will consolidate, develop, and coordinate PMP audit and discrepancy reports; will perform and capture risk analyses associated with PMP audits.
The Division of Medicaid Health and Financing, under the management of the Utah State Department of Health, operates the Medicaid Management Information System (MMCS) which is responsible for claims processing for Managed Care.
Performing emergency troubleshooting to restore failed processes both during regular business and after hours; provide end users with ad-hoc queries, and work closely with DOH staff members to design new functionality are required.
This position is for a highly qualified Software Engineer (Designer/Developer) with excellent experience designing and developing (coding) enterprise level user interfaces/experiences and related applications.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the design of laminates, sandwich structures, and bonded and bolted assemblies. Skills should include relationally linked modeling, establishing datum schemes for assemblies, and performing tolerance stackup analysis.
The Manufacturing Engineer will work closely with manufacturing personnel to solve production issues on highly automated processes using data based problem solving techniques.Learn and understand requirement to determine product impacts and recommend disposition of the parts.
Management responsibilities include supervision of design and drafting staff, coordination with clients and associates, and organization of design and construction administration activities to meet established schedules and budgets.
The Design Compliance Quality Engineer will be responsible for supporting the New Product Introduction (NPI) by providing input to the development teams, authoring or approving Design Control deliverables such as Design FMEA, Quality Plans, and Design Verification and Validation Plans.