Provide hands-on support for internal service and assembly staff as related to the assigned projects; employ in continuous improvement of the controls design and programming standards within a team environment.
The Software Developer is responsible for the development, implementation, and support of applications that support patient care, medical faculty, clinical staff and departments, administrative staff and departments, and information services.
Schedule equipment to be taken off line so that preventative maintenance can be performed; demonstrate the proper use and care of tools and instruments, giving hands on instruction in basic maintenance, safety and troubleshooting procedures.
Develop specific, task-based plans to execute projects with clearly established Estimated Completion Dates (ECDs) for each task. Ensure project plans are incorporated into the Engineering Department integrated schedule.
Initiate and lead the development of processes and material for HTI utilizing fundamentals of electrochemistry and electrochemical processing (plating, etching, etc.). Actively participate in the complete experimentation cycle: design, perform, analyze, and communicate results. Contribute to HTI's intellectual property portfolio (patents and trade secrets).
Apply scientific principles such as physical/chemical laws (e.g., Raoults Law and Henrys Law), to formulate emission factors as they relate to air emissions, and model them to determine controls for point source units where needed.
Develop and maintain manufacturing capacity models and analyze resources needed to meet production requirements.Design and implement long range facility layouts using Systematic Layout Planning methodology.
Analyze and interpret all complex data & business rules on all target systems and analyze and provide resolutions to all data issues; responsible for providing end to end solution and on time delivery of project including implementation and support in production.